Those handy Android apps on your smartphone are apparently mining your personal information, according to a new study.
A new method could turn seawater into drinking water for millions around the world without access to clean water.
“I’m all lost in the supermarket I can no longer shop happily I came in here for that special offer A guaranteed personality”- The Clash
Some days it seems the floodgates have opened and we are all but drowning in information tossed at us. We do our best to swim, but then it can seem like we are fish swimming through a gauntlet of hooks.
Even something that is supposed to bring you peace, like meditation, can ironically cause anxiety if it becomes an intellectual exercise. There are so many ways to meditate that vary from teacher to teacher. Do I keep my palms up or down? Do I keep my eyes open or shut? Am I focused on my breath, the mantra, my heart or my “third eye”? Is walking in the woods or doing the dishes my form of meditation, or do I need to sit for ten minutes or three hours in order to calm my being?
WASHINGTON - It sounds like science fiction, but a cap-like device that makes electric fields to fight cancer improved survival for the first time in more than a decade for people with deadly brain tumors, final results of a large study suggest.
"This is nice, it tickles me," Kaspar the social robot tells four-year-old Finn as they play together at an autism school north of London.
If you feel like you’re coming down with something, you might need to phone friend. In a new study in Health Psychology, participants who felt lonelier we more likely to feel worse common cold symptoms five days after being exposed to the cold virus. The lonelier they were walking into the study, the worse the symptoms they experienced.
CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA - SpaceX launched its first recycled rocket Thursday, the biggest leap yet in its bid to drive down costs and speed up flights.