A scientist believes he's close to perfecting the necessary technology to clone a Neanderthal — all he needs is a human woman to gestate it.
In a much-publicized interview, a Harvard geneticist says he can imagine cloning Neanderthals using genome sequencing. But the interview itself apparently got cloned all wrong.
MEanderthal allows you to feed your current features into it so that you can see what your prehistoric self might have looked like.
You might have missed a Samsung ad for its Evolution TV Kit. However, almost 9 million have analyzed its depiction of men as Neanderthal slobs on YouTube.
Australian scientists break new ground in embryonic cloning by bringing back a dead frog species using eggs from a distant cousin.
BroApp sends lovey-dovey messages to your beloved little dove, so that you can enjoy drinking with the boys. Really.
During the Yahoo shareholders meeting Tuesday, someone identifying himself as a "dirty old man" decides to tell CEO Marissa Mayer how attractive she is.
Kiera Wilmot, the 16-year-old who put toilet cleaner and aluminum foil together at school and it went bang will not be charged with a felony.
Some may be relieved that, post-Super Bowl, BlackBerry is no longer trumpeting what its Z10 can't do. But a new ad for the smartphone suggests merely that it can keep you moving. A bit generic perhaps?
For reasons not entirely obvious, Asus posts an image with a rather obviously sexist caption that attracts rather less favorable publicity.