A new wave of brash young developers is posing challenges to the products—and the street cred—of the tech giants
There’s a mountain of anecdotal evidence supporting the idea that you’re more likely to be a grouch when you haven’t eaten enough. Take the proliferation of the term “hangry” (hungry + angry) or the Snickers ad campaign that sees the snack-deprived morph into famous curmudgeons like Don Rickles. Of course, science can’t rely on conventional […]
Improve your creativity with a short hike
Once upon a time, swimming in a municipal waterway wasn’t the shudder-inducing concept it is today.
The Wright brothers may have been first in aviation, but there are plenty of celebrities who fly just as high when it comes to marketing from beyond the grave
Even in the seemingly progressive world of high tech, women face outdated stereotypes. Female-friendly incubators are giving them a space to thrive.
You could call mosquitoes the scourge of the earth: They transmit some of the nastiest diseases known to man, including malaria, which kills hundreds of thousands of people a year
Japanese retailers are currently blazing a trail across the United States, causing some to ask: What do they have that we don’t?
According to Yelp, good eating is mostly about sex and drugs
Scientists use a handheld device to test for malaria
The generation of ideas has become a booming, billion-dollar business, but is anyone actually benefitting?
A joke-telling robot might not sound very useful, but there’s a lot more to an automaton’s standup routine than making people laugh
Tetris can help you control your cravings
Constructing the World’s Tallest Modular Building
It seems there are no problems too small for app developers to solve. But, in doing so, they may accidentally solve much larger ones, too.
The online fashion retailer that made it big by blurring the line between shopper and seller, then erasing it completely
Milk’s not the only thing that’s good for your bones. So is marriage.
Turning up the lights can change your attitude, but not always the way you think
Crowdsourcing is poised to change the way advertisements are made, which isn’t the best news for Madison Avenue
Predicting tsunamis with sound waves