Study reveals how ballet dancers' brains adapt to suppress dizziness during spins, and researchers say the findings could help lead to treatment for chronic dizziness.
Scientists at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland spun a man-made sphere of calcium carbonate at 600 million revolutions per minute.
Action sports footage captured by an advanced 360-degree video camera lets viewers take control of the camera angles while watching.
MIT's Media Lab is working on a robot that may one day spin its own webs and cocoons. A boon for manufacturing? Or: "Welcome to my web," said the robot to the human.
Sony launches a new line of Vaio machines, Google Maps can now be sent to your Ford Sync navigation system, and Activision announces DJ Hero 2 with Lady Gaga of course.
With snow at one of its Olympic venues running low, Vancouver organizers have taken to using stacks of straw to augment the powdery stuff.
The Apple head is rumored to have had a meeting at the gaming company, which recently posted a job opening for some hardware people. Hmm...
Where would you go if all your neighbors turned into New Balance-wearing, speed-walking zombies? The CDC (unaffiliated with Harold Camping) has some tips on how to survive the zombie apocalypse in a manual released on its Web site yesterday that uses the undead as a metaphor for disaster preparation.
An enterprising marketer is attempting to persuade geeks that the new geek chic consists of wearing Apple's Spinning Wheel of Doom on their chests. Will it work?
Where would you go if all your neighbors turned into New Balance wearing, speed walking zombies? The CDC (unaffiliated with Harold Camping) has some tips on how to survive the zombie Apocalypse with a manual released on their Web site yesterday that uses the undead as a metaphor for disaster preparation.