Researchers at Fermilab are using a device called “The Holometer” to test whether our universe is actually a 2-D hologram that just seems 3-D.
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New research finds we get more excited to buy experiences than we do to buy material things.
The nationwide Internet crash resulted in millions of customers’ internet connection to go out for hours.
Google Inc said it bought Zync Render, the visual effects cloud-rendering technology company behind “Star Trek Into Darkness”. Google product manager Belwadi Srikanth wrote in a blog, announcing the deal, “Together Zync and Cloud...
A mammoth skeleton was discovered in a gravel pit on Wayne McEwen’s Texas farm back in May. It’s now being donated to a museum.
Pin Drop – an iPhone app and website which lets you save, organize, and share locations – has now launched on the US app store with new collaborative mapping features and the ability to...
Facebook is tweaking the algorithms that run its users’ news feeds in order to hide posts deemed “clickbait” by the company.
Ralph Lauren, partnering with OMsignal, is testing out new biometric-reading shirts called “Polo Tech” on ball boys at the U.S. Open.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is the latest group pushing for middle schools and high schools to start later, for the sake of their kids.
Two Tesla owners took out a full-page ad to suggest a few changes to Tesla, and CEO Elon Musk responded by saying changes coming soon.
LG Electronics announced two new giant OLED TVs with ultra-high definition screens Monday, sticking with its strategy of using the exceptionally expensive OLED display technology. The South Korean company said it will ship 65-inch...