A wearable eyepiece measures physiological responses such as pupil dilation and heartbeat to find content on the web that will interest you.
Scientists have revived a giant virus after it laid dormant in the Siberian permafrost for over 30,000 years.
It doesn't take long for avid runners to wear down a new pair of shoes. But some day runners and walkers alike may be able to pop protocell shoes into a vat of liquid to regenerate overnight.
With the goal of being able to better study neurological diseases, researchers create a lab-grown brain with stem cells.
The Web site governmentattic.com just released a list of words, phrases, and configurations you're not allowed to put on a vanity license plate. Join us as we run through a few of our favorites, George Carlin style. Plus hacker T-shirt collections, Amoeba Music's new online Vinyl Vault store, and another bookmark in our ongoing conversation about video game violence.
Custom ringtones made easy
The Audiophiliac talks with a few music lovers who grew up in a mostly digital world and are just now starting to play LPs.
No, Samsung is not paying Apple its $1 billion fine in truckloads of nickels. Not everything you read on the Internet is true, but unfortunately this statistic is: 51 percent of people believe stormy weather will interfere with cloud computing. We'll sort through the truth and lies on today's 404 episode.
Frustration over the App Store approval process led one developer to call it quits and go back to developing only Mac applications.
Apple top-level exec Phil Schiller defends the company's role as application gatekeeper for the App Store, telling BusinessWeek that it ensures a good experience for customers.