We're still a long way more to go to cure Alzheimer's but the scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies have developed a drug that may just reverse memory deficits and slow the disease. In elderly mice that is.
Google CEO Larry Page appeared at the company's I/O developers conference today, and capped off the lengthy keynote presentation with a speech about the future of technology. He also talked about how negativity in the press and between rival companies are hurting innovation.
BlackBerry announced at the BlackBerry Live Keynote today that it will be launching BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) for iOS and Android this summer. It is a big move for the company. What would this mean for their devices?
Google Glass is just a pair of weird looking specs that can take photos and videos and search things and give you directions. But the promise of it is bigger. And developers have been getting their hands on Google Glass and have begun to see what they can build with it.
Smartphones are great because they keep you connected, but all the programs used to run them can really drain the battery life. But one innovative teen might have just come up with a potential solution that could solve this annoying problem once and for all.
This is just too creepy. The rapper is making headlines again after pulling off this stunt which involves projecting his disembodied head on the side of a building (because that's the only thing that can fit his huge ego):
Seriously, we've never seen so much hype over a fetus. In the upcoming June 2013 issue, British mag Tatler has decided to dedicate both the cover and feature to the unborn heir of the British throne. And something tells us that the graphic designers had to resort to morphing the first-time royal parents together in order to guess what the baby would look like. But at least they threw a bunch of baby corgis in the shot as well.
CoverGirl has recently announced its sponsorship of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. In addition to more couture, you can also expect things like eye shadow, lip gloss, blush, who knows. Because nothing screams "beauty products" more than kids being forced to kill each other. Here's more from the official press release:
New research on the health of immigrants has found that foreign-born Americans tend to live longer than their American-born peers. Why? Because people born in the United States smoke more, drink more, eat worse, and kinda just laze about.
Did you know that in China, some
76,000 children go missing each year, with as many as one
million currently listed as lost? Sad but true. However, one lost boy has finally made his way back home with the help of Google Maps.
No matter how famous you are, you should never piss off the help especially when they know where you sleep. Case in point is this unbelievable story shared by Adam Sandler during an appearance on Jay Leno. And you'll never guess why she did it:
Here's proof that any monkey with a camera can take better shots than you can. These snapshots by Mikki The Chimpanzee are part of an interesting project done by Russian-born American conceptual artists Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid. The purpose is to document how the monkey learned to use a polaroid, analogue, and antique large-format camera. The pics below were were snapped at Moscow’s Red Square and other city sights.
Remember back in 2012 when everyone was excited over the butt-kicking, redheaded heroine from Brave? While the movie turned out to be a bit of a let down, the traits of the central character stood out among the other less gutsy princesses in Disney's lineup. However, Disney has since revealed their decision to give the tomboyish princess a typical girly makeover, which included
a sparkly dress, small waist and more makeup.