Research shows most men don't like to let their minds wander. They need to be doing something -- even something horrible.
Zapping your brain with spark plugs to improve your videogaming skills and other tales of transhumanism on the rise, inside Jack White's plan to singlehanded bring music back to vinyl, a startup that encourages SF residents to auction their parking spaces, and Nintendo skins deeper into financial sludge.
Zapping your brain with spark plugs to improve your videogaming skills and other tales of transhumanism on the rise; inside Jack White's plan to singlehandedly bring music back to vinyl; a startup that encourages SF residents to auction their parking spaces; and Nintendo skims deeper into financial sludge.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Mark Hamill discusses his surprise at reprising the Luke Skywalker role in "The Force Awakens," and how he really isn't a beard person.
Nokia has suspended sales of the Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet around the world over fears that the charger could give you an electric shock -- leaving current owners with a device Nokia admits is "virtually useless."
The French government has summoned the US ambassador to respond to revelations of massive data gathering reported by Le Monde.
In ongoing research with children and adults, an Oxford University researcher finds that stimulating the brain with low-dose electrical currents could help improve learning.
$649 is certainly a lot to pay even for an unlocked and unsubsidized smartphone. Sony's Z Ultra Google Play Edition does its best to entice you with pure Android 4.4 KitKat, a massive 6.4-inch screen, plus a thin and waterproof chassis.
Never mind the sticker-shock price. If you're a hard-core headphone enthusiast with deep pockets, the Apex Teton will be impossible to resist.
No one wants to meet a four-digit phone bill. Whether it's calls or data that sneak up on you, here are just a few ways to make sure you never have to find one in your future.