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Spend some downtime sharpening your mental tools with one of these casual puzzle games. Just be careful not to become addicted!
Package designers use art -- and a little magic -- to make your first glimpse of a new product an unforgettable experience.
An online quiz set up by British bookmaker Ladbrokes has found that iPhone users are quicker to answer problems correctly than other smartphone users.
The Internet giant will help bring "Beyond Rubik's Cube" online as lead creative partner for the Liberty Science Center's 2014 exhibit focusing on the famous puzzle.
Google's senior vice president of "people operations" reveals that grade point averages mean nothing in hiring. Oh, and Google's going to stop its silly brain teaser tests too.
A new Nokia ad slams Apple fans as braindead zombies, while also laying into the iPhone's photographic skills.
The new mechs-and-monsters movie has an ace sci-fi concept -- two human pilots are needed for each robot and they must meld their memories.
If you've ever wanted to live in a mathematical head-scratcher, the Moebius House is the home for you.
Users can navigate eight layers of brain anatomy, view cross sections and nerve pathways, insert notes, and peruse clinical findings.
In a New York Times op-ed, Steve Jobs' biographer, Walter Isaacson, describes how Jobs wasn't all that interested in, for example, rigorously solving classic tests of "intelligence," like brain teasers--which Bill Gates would have loved.