Unlike the rest of the company, Sony’s Cybershot line just seems to keep on growing. It’s unleashed another cluster bomb of cameras for your enjoyment, including the sexy-looking yet rugged TX20, and the 'world’s slimmest' 10x optical zoom point-and-shoot.
When Google announced it was to acquire Motorola, it was obvious it wanted patents but unclear how Android and Motorola would interact in the future. According to Andy Rubin, who heads up Android, there's going to be zero communication.
Apple sent out notice to its developers today of a new initiative called Developer ID, which will combat malware on OS X alongside the new-to-Mountain-Lion Gatekeeper. It's to keep us, the users, safe. But could it also be the next step toward a future where Apple decides what you can install on your Mac?
Until about 2004, most scientists believed that women were born will all the reproductive eggs they would have for the rest of their lives. Then a scientist named Jonathan Tilly published research that claimed women might actually replenish their supply of eggs throughout their lives.
Fiber optics are the future of data transfer. The problem is that when that light signal reaches a machine, it must be converted into an electrical signal copper-veined devices can handle, resulting in speed bottlenecks.
A 55-gallon tub of lube is funny. That's just science. But when you post to Facebook about it being a funny thing that exists in the world, there's a chance that your post might get turned into an ad for that specific lifetime supply of hand love enabler, visible to everyone you know.
An Australian company has created this AirHead helmet insert which helps reduce the embarrassing effects of 'helmet hair' for motorcycle riders. It also further solidifies Australia's position as the world leader in hair style preservation.
A replacement limb that moves, feels and responds just like flesh and blood. It's the holy grail of prosthetics research. The Pentagon's invested millions to make it happen. But it's been elusive - until, quite possibly, now.
For the perpetually un-growed up among us, ironing clothes without steaming in creases in the wrong places is mostly totally impossible. Iron one side, wrinkle the crap out of the other. Repeat.
I'm a big fan of Lil Wayne. I was with him before he became good (pre-Carter days) and totally support his placement atop the hip hop perch but Mr. Weezy F, I can't support you on this. What the hell are you doing wearing a $1 million diamond studded Beats by Dre headphones at a basketball game?
Heaps of sea creatures glow to produce light—often in order to see in the murky depths. But scientists have discovered that many bacteria glow for a very strange reason; they want to get eaten.
There are pros and cons to being a bat. Pros: can fly and catch prey in the dark, have a luscious fur coat. Cons: have possibly the ugliest nose in the known universe. Well, that is, if you're this newly discovered leaf-nosed bat from Vietnam.
Getting your head around public key encryption isn't easy, even if you're a dab hand at maths. Prime factors? Modular arithmetic? Say what? Instead, here's a totally straightforward explanation that starts from the basics, using paint mixing as an example.
The astronauts who landed on the moon brought back incredible souvenirs: over 380kg of moon rocks. Over the years many of those precious stones disappeared. Some were lost and others were sold for obscene sums of money on the black market. This is the story of the man who devoted his life to tracking them all down.