Let’s get real: We have a password problem. So why not turn your entire body into an authentication device?
Health & Science
Remember Star Trek‘s tricorder? Someone’s making the early 21st century version of one.
If you think 3D printing’s overhyped, you clearly haven’t seen this.
From Las Vegas to Arctic glaciers, navigate through time and space as you explore changes to Earth’s surface over the last three decades.
What if diabetics only had to inject themselves with a special insulin cocktail once a week?
The Bluetooth audio maker is letting other apps and services talk to its Up band, and adding BodyMedia’s products to the lineup.
Contemporary listeners have never been able to hear what telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell sounded like — until now.
New research suggests that using screens may in fact yield slight benefits to very young children when it comes to learning
Science hasn’t been easy on the paranormal, routinely deflating fantastic claims by hucksters purporting psychic abilities. So wouldn’t it be ironic if scientists were on the verge of making paranormal-like abilities a reality?
File this under unexpectedly cool: organs you don’t harvest, but instead print using an honest-to-goodness printer, just as you might words on paper, except in this case, the “words” are actual stem cells that could save someone’s life.
No surprise — those Facebook photos of your friends on vacation or celebrating a birthday party that can make you feel lousy.
Firefighters in Oz take the red pill because it might save their lives.