It's good for what ails you. Researchers at Plymouth University and Queensland University of Technology in Australia found that people who played Tetris reported reduced desires for drugs, food, and even sex.
The display creates numbers by switching magnetic fields on or off behind the screen. When these electromagnetic zones are selectively switched on to form the clock's individual digits, the ferrofluid follows and settles into pools wherever the magnetic field…
The school year is just around the corner, and that means back-to-school shopping is upon us. We're not focusing on No. 2 pencils and notebooks here, so we’re counting down the best car gadgets for the upcoming school year.
In an astounding video recently released by scientists at Cambridge University, a "mother" robot is shown constructing her own "children" out of mechanized blocks, then testing them to see which ones are most well-suited for survival.
Hate mowing the grass? Roomba-maker iRobot is one step closer to bringing its robot lawn mower to market, thanks to a waiver from the FCC, which will now allow the firm's devices to transmit low power radio signals.
When Aussie Adam Lancaster sent his drone skyward recently, the last thing he expected was for an angry bird to come from nowhere and take it down with a powerful "punch." Despite the high-speed collision, the bird, unlike the drone, was fine.
Getting into someone's brain has never been as exciting or looked as beautiful as it does through the futuristic lens of GE's Neuro VR, which uses MRI scans to create a 3D experience of the brain like never before.
Google has announced a partnership with medical device company DexCom to build a wireless glucose monitor the size of a bandage. It'll connect to the Cloud for health analyses and is designed to be "disposable."