In the movie Horrible Bosses, Jennifer Aniston plays a sexually harassing boss. The male character tells this to his friends and they think that he doesn't have it bad at all. This new research suggests that the effects on men are much more troubling than we think.
Our brains can correct the grammar of the person sitting across us at dinner. And its doing this in the background. A University of Oregon study have found evidence that the brain processes and compensates for errors in grammar and syntax without you being aware of it.
You've most likely heard of the "elevator pitch". Where you keep your conversation so short, simple, and interesting it'll only last three minutes or less. So what do you do when you're riding the elevator with a CEO? A cold long silence isn't good if you want to impress.
Nike's latest interaction promotions will allow you to use your entire body to create what might be considered as living art.
The art installation, created by U.K. based interactive design firm Universal Everything, the Nike Flyknit "Fit" installation was recently debuted at Milan Design Week. The four sided video cube lets visitors watch their movements as they get mirrored through a life sized multicolored lighting patterns.
Fraunhofer Research Institution for Modular Solid State Technologies EMFT has developed a sensor glove that can detect and alert employees to harmful substances around them.
The sensor activated dyes are triggered on the glove and it turns blue if something hazardous is present in the air. Dr. Sabine Trupp from Fraunhofer EMFT Sensor materials group says that the sensor materials could be deployed for the quick detection of leaks in gas lines too. Another use:
It's only natural to assume that Google will be offering a music subscription service in the future. And if the rumors can be believed, Google has been plotting some kind of music subscription service along the lines of Spotify of Pandora.
How does an actual transaction with bitcoins work? It's a bit more complicated than the usual kind of transactions we're used to. In fact, there are a lot of steps where it involves wallets, addresses, verification, cryptography, and more.
It seemed apparent that we would see Chrome and Android merge into one operating system, but we're not seeing that happening just yet. In the aforementioned Wired interview, Pichai basically evaded the question, saying it's not going to happen—or at least not yet.
Have we finally cured cocaine addiction? Researchers combined particles that mimic the structure of cocaine with the common cold virus and the new vaccine will trick your body into recognizing cocaine as a threat.
Bill Gates sat down in an interview with CBS' 60 minutes and answered a few questions about his long time rival Steve Jobs.
He reminisces about their last meeting in May 2011 - when Jobs was already very ill. He remembers Jobs fondly and highlights that his design ideas and the fact that he was still very enthusiastic about the future despite being sick.
Samsung has a new mobile data transfer technology that is potentially several hundred times faster than current 4G networks. The company announced "the world’s first adaptive array transceiver technology operating in the millimeter-wave Ka bands for cellular communications."
An app called MedRef for Glass — was designed for hospital employees. But its facial recognition technology lets Google's Glass pull patient folders with photo, voice and text notes. Making it a whole lot easier than traditional charts.
Joerg Sprave is back and this time with an M16 gun hacked to a crossbow. It is terrifying. The kit supplied by PSE, a crossbow maker makes it possible to repurpose an M16A1 so that it fires hard arrows.
Nike+ is a household name already for active people. It was the first athletic company to really dive into wearable tech. But it seems some athletes are turning away from Nike, since the app s mainly aimed at runners and is pretty basic.