Twenty years ago, in April 1999, Microsoft introduced an update to its IntelliMouse line of input devices. On top it didn't look much different than its predecessors--it still had a few buttons and a scroll wheel--but underneath it introduced a technology to the masses that brought an end to the prehistoric days of...
The Jason Group, an advisory panel of scientists and academics that have conducted studies for the Pentagon since 1960, might not be dissolving after all. The Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has stepped in to keep the group alive until January 2020.
Just a few weeks ago, President Donald Trump, the most powerful man on the planet, posted an insane video on Twitter smearing freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar and connecting the Muslim Congresswoman with the 9/11 attacks. Unsurprisingly, a deluge of death threats against Omar followed.
Fifteen years of feature creep have left Gmail feeling a little cluttered and over-burdened for some users, including Michael Leggett, who served as the product's lead designer from 2008 to 2012. (Fast Company has an interview with Leggett about the extension.) So who better to help strip Gmail back to its simpler...
Twitter notched a small win last quarter, adding users for the first time in a year.
Climate change creates winners and losers. Norway is among the winners; Nigeria among the losers.
Not everybody hears the same. Numerous studies have shown people who become blind early in life can experience enhanced auditory powers compared to sighted people, but a new experiment appears to have revealed the neural basis of this phenomenon for the first time.
The company undoubtedly had a busy Easter weekend.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk made a series of bold predictions today about the ability for his company's cars to completely drive themselves.
The thief had reportedly used his ID, which didn't have a photo.