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Already responsible for one of the most popular mobile operating systems in the world, Google is now preparing to take on a new facet of the tech industry: wireless service.
A new iPhone app could help calm your fears about flying (or make them worse, depending upon the situation) by telling you the odds that the plane you’re currently on will crash.
New 'smart' keyboard uses your exact typing patterns as an extra layer of security.
President Obama has proposed legislation to bolster cybersecurity and increase prosecution of crimes perpetrated via computers. The changes are now so broad that it legally makes something as simple as sharing a password illegal, and you would face prison time of up to 20 years. (Yikes! tell your roommate to stop mooching off your Netflix account!)
SkyMall files for bankruptcy as airline passengers opt for WiFi instead of the catalog of wonders.
Those awkward Thanksgiving Dinner conversations asking, "So when are you going to get married?" will soon be a thing of the past.
On this day in 1984, Apple unveiled its iconic Apple Macintosh computer.
Yesterday, Microsoft announced their newest addition to the wearable market: the HoloLens augmented reality goggles. We're looking forward to watching Jurassic Park through them.
Scientists at the University of Rochester have developed a way to create permanently, super-hydrophobic metals through laser patterning. It's one of the most fun things we've ever watched.
Resident tech nerd Mark Lee Rollins looks at the science of deflated footballs, and what could account for such a discrepancy (aside from plain, old-fashioned cheating).
The more time college students spend on Facebook, the more their grades suffer, according to a new study. Just don't blame it all on social media, yet.
Boom goes the...book? One rich and daring Patterson fan can buy “Private Vegas” for a cool $294,038, but it will explode 24 hours after it’s opened.
Pacemakers and other artificial medical implants can often cause medical complications by triggering the body’s natural defenses, but researchers at ETH Zurich have found a way to make these implants more biocompatible by coating them with fabricated cellulose-sheaths.
Scientists at Yale have created a new semiconductor laser which could significantly enhance image production. The development could mean major improvements in several areas of science and medicine.
A man who crashed his expensive, radio-controlled plane into the ocean at least got some cool underwater footage--especially of a shark.
With green laser lights flashing, a team of undergraduate students from Ithaca College traveled to Washington D.C. and captured a digital version of President Abraham Lincoln’s Cottage using 3D laser scanning technology. It sounds like something out of Oceans 12, but in actuality it was just an act of preservation.
If Thorin Oakenshield and Company had made the trek to the Lonely Mountain in an Apache AH-64 helicopter armed with sixteen Hellfire missiles, Peter Jackson’s "The Hobbit" franchise might not have spanned three films (because it would’ve been directed by Michael Bay and adapted into five films, instead).
According to a new report, researchers at the University of California at San Diego have successfully tested these tiny machines inside the stomachs of laboratory mice.
Everyone’s favorite princess-rescuing video game plumber is finally breaking free of controller-based commands and doing his own thing, thanks to a new artificial intelligence (AI) project at the Cognitive Modeling Group at Germany's University of Tubingen.
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