A prestigious scientific journal, faced with pressure from paper-sharing sites on the Internet, has made it possible for subscribers to grant others access.
Google wants to cement its position in wearable technology by taking on both the watch and glass markets.
The gravity-defying Techno Trousers of "Wallace & Gromit: The Wrong Trousers" could actually work -- albeit for only a short period of time.
Exposure to hydrogen sulfide, commonly found in rotten eggs and human flatulence, could have amazing health benefits in small doses, researchers at the University of Exeter say.
If you're looking for power features, Write doesn't have them. Otherwise, it's a perfect app for tablet owners who want to get focused on their writing.
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Privacy International files legal complaint that accuses GCHQ of installing malware on millions of devices without their owners' permission.
Physics students at the University of Leicester designed a concept for fully operational deflector shields, but there's one problem: they'd blind whoever they protect.
A study finds that video games may cause aggressive behaviour, but the trigger isn't violent content, it's frustration.
After the International Studies Association proposes a ban on blogging for editors of its journals, faculty groups raise their swords.
It's been tested on only a handful of kids, but using MRI with a diagnostic dye to look for cancer may work just as well as using PET and CT scans.