A man reads a comic then writes a program based on it.
Many solutions have been proffered to help stop violence against women. Few seem like as much of a non- sequitur as India’s. It’s a watch.
Researches have coded a bunch of information on DNA, including all 154 Shakespeare sonnets.
Though my doctor doesn’t seem to have gotten the note, needles are increasingly becoming a thing of the past.
For the first time, all 100 United States Senators have a Twitter handle so folks can learn everything from new bill information to what they had for lunch.
Though most gym floors fit the dimensions of various courts, there's been that long-standing struggle of painted lines. That's where LED lights come in.
Cornell University has digitized the world's largest natural sound archive and placed it online.
Isao Echizen and Seiichi Goshi decided to put an end to facial recognition by creating a pair of glasses that will thwart any facial recognition attempts.
DARPA's Upward Falling Payloads (UFP) program would plant stealthy robotic pods on seafloors that could float to the surface and deploy themselves on demand.
This week, Google secured a new UK headquarters in central London by spending a cool $1 billion on a 2.4-acre plot of land.