What if tattoos could talk? That's what Nate Siggard, CEO and founder of Skin Motion, is trying to do with his soundwave tattoo app. It works like this: users can upload sounds and voices to the app,
The battle for quantitative talent has turned some of the richest money managers into underdogs, pitting them against the likes of Google and Facebook for hiring the world’s top minds.
Snapchat hooked the masses on sending friends photos that disappear. Now teens and millennials do whatever it takes to keep daily messaging streaks alive. ‘Some people overreact a little’
Support for Siri, Alexa and Google Assistant expected as early as this summer.
Oculus rift could soon have the capability to display truly 3D looking objects thanks to advances made by its research team.
Before Elizabeth Thomas was allegedly kidnapped by Tad Cummins, her mother beat her, banged her head into a washing machine and threw her down the basement steps and locked her there, according to co
“Clerks” star Lisa Spoonauer died Saturday in New Jersey at the age of 44. A cause of death was not immediately known. Director Kevin Smith mourned the actress in a lengthy Instagram post Tuesday.
Destiny 2 won’t support 60 frame-per-second gameplay on consoles, and experts at Digital Foundry suggest the game’s non-dedicated servers may be a limiting factor with regard to PS4 Pro. The statem
Researchers from the University of Texas at San Antonio and Southwest Research Institute modelled the 'water-cracking' process, known as radiolysis.
Monthly subscription available to all Xbox owners June 1, but rolls out Wednesday if you are a Gold member.
“Arrow” Season 5 will wrap up with Wednesday’s epic finale, and luckily, The CW doesn’t wait long to release their shows on Netflix. Oliver Queen and his team will be on the streaming giant just a we
In claiming responsibility for the attack in Manchester at an Ariana Grande concert on May 22, the Islamic State group has sunk to a new low.
Nobody puts Baby in the corner, and ABC is making sure both she and everyone else made famous from the iconic “Dirty Dancing” are getting their chance in the spotlight again with a bran
In our recent Education Next report, “Why Most Teachers Get a Bad Deal on Pensions,” my colleague Kelly Robson and I analyzed state pension plan turnover assumptions to look at two key milestones, the
We’re still several weeks away from the release of “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” but to hold fans over until then, Marvel and Sony have released a new trailer for the upcoming movie.
Researchers in Germany have run some of the largest-ever galaxy simulations using models they hope will reveal new details about the Milky Way's evolution.
“Dancing With the Stars” fans were delivered one final blow in the Season 24 finale. After dominating the competition all season long, Normani Kordei and Val Chmerkovskiy found themselves placing thi
The new crash-proof drones, tested in narrow caves in Sicily this week, could help Martian settlers explore lava tubes on the planet by mapping out places that humans cannot reach.
Technology companies will now be able to introduce the flag to their software.
Will be opened for citizens in a phased manner
Intellect Design Arena Ltd, a Chennai-based digital technology product solution provider, has signed a multi-year deal with one of the ‘Big Four’ banks in Australia to provide a digital solution for
Samsung Electronics has reportedly started working on the next entry in its “S” flagship series. The tech giant is said to already be in the early development phase for the Galaxy S9, which is schedu
Burned after reading: subtitles for at least four popular media playing apps could be loaded with malware.
Call Of Duty: WWII has a campaign that aims to offer a realistic depiction of one of the most gruesome wars in history, but its narrative won’t allow you to play on the Axis side of the conflict. Sl
Harriet Dempsey-Jones a researcher in clinical neurosciences from the University of Oxford explores three theories behind why we feel the need to fidget and fiddle.
Installed in a cemetery in Maribor, Slovenia's second largest city, the futuristic gravestone can show pictures, video and other digital content. The futuristic device costs 3,000 euros ($3,189/£2,5
Scientists have observed snakes hunting in groups for the first time. Researchers found Cuban boas coordinate bat hunts.
Samsung’s latest 360-degree camera comes cheap, even cheaper if you snag it with a Samsung Galaxy S8.
Microsoft has announced a subscription service that will give Xbox owners unlimited access to hundreds of titles.
We all know what YouTube is, but here are some handy tips for watching with your kids.
A mother of three answers her children's questions about the tragic events in Manchester.
Ron Baalke, a space explorer at Nasa's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California tweeted the worrying predictions.
Hexadite provides technology to automate responses to cyber attacks that it says increases productivity and reduces costs for businesses.
Experts say its success will depend on how much people are willing to pay to indulge their nostalgia.