Published January 11, 2011
Looking for a change of pace, a new job perhaps? If you’re ready to swim with the sharks then the Discovery Channel has the perfect opening for you.
Published December 06, 2010
The swirling rumors of pedophilia involvement in the latest viral Facebook campaign appear to be unfounded, according to a company spokesman.
Published November 24, 2010
When it comes to computer power, more is most definitely better ... isn't it? Researchers from Intel have announced a way to bring 1,000 core processors to consumers. But experts say the extremely powerful hardware simply won't make our computers faster. What gives?
Published November 18, 2010
The latest video from Grammy-award winning viral video specialists OK Go features a unique application of stop-motion technology -- involving lasers and 3,000 pieces of toast.
Published November 01, 2010
In the past week, China has swept headlines for its engineering efforts, unveiling the world’s fastest supercomputer, the fastest bullet train, and the world’s largest hydroelectric dam. It’s a fresh indication of the growing science and technology prowess of the world’s most populated country, leaving many experts wondering if China could eclipse the U.S. in the race for tech supremacy.
Published October 24, 2010
Embarrassing photos, questionable "friends," and sneaky applications abound on Facebook. Don’t let gaffes like these unravel your social-networking experience -- or worse, your life. Here's how to stay safe.
Published September 30, 2010
A pair of Dutch researchers who discovered that symptoms of asthma can be treated with a roller-coaster ride are among this year’s winner of the Ig Nobel awards, the annual tribute to scientific research that seems wacky but has real world applications.
Published September 23, 2010
In 2004, Duke University gave every incoming freshman a brand new iPod loaded with practical information: schedules, campus tours, and even the Duke fight song. The school is taking a more cautious approach with the iPad -- and it's not the only one hesitant to adopt the magical new device.
Published August 19, 2010
Scientists have discovered an oil plume at least 22 miles long, 3,000 feet deep in the Gulf of Mexico -- suggesting that the tens of millions of gallons of oil that leaked from a broken BP well could persist far longer than expected.
Published August 18, 2010
Scientists have told us for years that Wi-Fi is safe. But concerned parents can be tough nuts to crack.