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.
You'd be stumped too if you saw this oozing out of nowhere. This snapshot shows random bypassers staring at a foul-smelling foam-like substance creeping out of a crack in the street located in the Pukou district in Nanjing, China.
It took awhile, but the blatant discrimination against the ladies in the workforce finally seems to be balancing out. More women are being hired for important positions at major companies. However, some male employees feel as though they're being left out.
Everything seems to be so artsy and futuristic in Japan. Even their escalators look cool. While the moving staircase may have been an American invention, this new blog shows just how the Japanese might have really perfected them.
If you’re in a tropical country and looking to avoid malaria, you might be better off not wearing stinky socks. A new study done by scientists at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine shows that mosquitoes can't resist the smell socks that stink.
You can pretty much learn to do anything online these days. A few days ago, I learned how to play Adele's Someone Like You on piano, all by looking at a YouTube video. But what if you need to learn something fast? 6 second fast?
Ever wonder just how much work goes into creating a burger using samples grown in a lab? The New York Times recently spoke to Dr. Mark Post, a researcher at Maastricht University in the Netherlands, who revealed more about the process of creating the world's first cultured hamburger:
Here's something interesting about Japanese culture. While men might earn a salary from their company, those who are married will sometimes hand over that salary to their wife and receive only pocket money to cover their needs.
You'll most likely recognize this Google Glass model. But what you don't know, is that he's also a developer. His name is Steven Yau, and he's one of the most widely circulated press photos of Glass. Yau is a programmer on the project.