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Hormones may be partners in crime for unethical behavior

A new study claims that naughty behavior like fraud, cheating and lying could be predicted and reinforced by a rise in hormones such as testosterone and cortisol.

By July 29, 2015


Khan Academy for iPad adds 150,000 exercises

Now available: the entire library of Khan Academy videos, complete with Common Core exercises and instant feedback.

By January 23, 2015


With OpenStax, book learns you

Open textbook publisher OpenStax is developing algorithm-enhanced digital textbooks that adapt to the user's learning needs.

By August 20, 2014


Apple's Swift and Swift 2 explained: What it is and what it means

One of the biggest WWDC announcements was something most users will never see. CNET breaks down Swift and its successor, Swift 2.

By June 2, 2014


The complex beauty of a sine wave

A thesis animation project explores how universal building blocks evolve to form beautiful, complex structures.

By May 8, 2013


Haptic app helps visually impaired learn math

A Vanderbilt grad student wants the visually impaired to be able to use one of their strongest senses--touch--to better visualize algebra, geometry, and more.

By March 7, 2012


How to enter formulas in Numbers

It almost goes without saying that some sort of office productivity suite is required for a new Mac system, and while some might gravitate to Microsoft Office there are others available that can perform quite similarly.

By February 3, 2012


3D tech adds art, design to custom prosthetics

Bespoke Innovations is forever changing the way amputees feel about themselves--and altering how the world looks at them.

By November 5, 2011


TI accepts reality, adds color screen to latest calculator

Texas Instruments releases its first graphing calculator with a color screen, nearly 21 years after releasing its first graphing calculator.

By March 8, 2011


Three-deal Tuesday: A flash drive, a desktop, and a free download

Get an 8GB flash drive for 8 bucks, a Core i7 desktop for $779.99, and Microsoft's student-friendly Mathematics 4.0 absolutely free.

By January 18, 2011