Policy that would make it easier to carry concealed weapons into schools could have meant “the difference between life and death for many innocent bystanders,” a spokesman for Michigan House Speaker Jase Bolger said after last week's shooting at Sandy Hook. Does research bear that out?
Athletes in the U.S. suffer 3.8 million sports-related concussions each year. While helmet makers dither with small improvements, Swedish scientists have built something that could protect us all.
So much is less important, obviously. But these things especially.
The futurist and inventor famous for his predictions on the technological singularity will be Google's new chief of turning the theoretical future into consumer products.
In the future, the great Pixel Wolves Of The Sky will look down below on the mutated fish. The wolves will be hungry but also weirded out.
Including surreal pictures of food, a rarely seen "singing" dog, and more
A lot of them! And that's just if you know how to stack them for optimal use.
DARPA's plan to recycle the orbiting satellite graveyard
People save more for retirement when they see older versions of themselves, so Merrill Edge is more than happy to make you look old and wrinkly.
As long as you reset a weight every 30 minutes, you can have a continuous, battery-free light source.
A recently filed patent details the (scary dystopian) handcuffs of the future.
Give the pixel five years, researchers say, and it'll be dead--cast aside for a vector format.
The new DARPA-developed technology is aimed at buying soldiers enough time to get medical care.
A map of when artist Marcin Ignac used his computer, when he didn't, and what he was seeing