Saturday, January 11, 2014
Gabriel Bestard-Ribas got tired of his house keys scratching his smartphone in his pocket, so he combined them.
While many of the digital glitterati thronging this week's Consumer Electronics Show were wearing Google's new Internet glasses, rival online eyewear products abounded among the trade stands.
Even over the moonscape Nevada desert, even in a 1950s seaplane, the Internet is there.
Thursday, January 9, 2014
Scientists in Switzerland said Tuesday they can create electronic chips so flexible they can be wrapped around a human hair. The technique entails building an electronic circuit on top of a sandwich of polyvinyl layers perched on a hard base. The wafer is then placed in water, which dissolves two of the polyvinyl layers and causes the base to be released, sinking to the bottom of the lab dish.
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Slowly the light dims and via a nozzle, the space is filling up with countless, barely visible grains of salt. The walls are alive with the flashing and gleaming of the tiny crystals during this unconventional health treatment.
Sunday, January 5, 2014
Friday, January 3, 2014
Unlimited vacation policies, which have so far been adopted by only a handful of U.S. businesses, have been embraced by both workers and their employers, who say the flexibility increases profitability.
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Crowds jammed Times Square on Tuesday to ring in 2014, braving bone-chilling cold and ultra-tight security for the chance to see Miley Cyrus, a final countdown from a U.S. Supreme Court justice and the drop of the shimmering crystal ball.
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Polaris, the landmark blue dome that once dominated Atlanta's skyline, will soon reopen, nearly half a century after it was built.