We all do it. We text our partners when they're in the next room. We take an elevator for just one floor. And we FaceTime with the stovetop to make sure water isn't boiling over while we watch TV in the other room.
So... the first fortnight of 2016 was pretty sweet, right? Supposedly there was some big convention this week in Vegas that got busted by the feds. Heard of any cool new apps?
I will admit, I have never even heard of "the meat sweats" until I saw them mentioned in a commercial. It's a little-studied struggle that apparently strikes carnivores after a gratuitously meaty meal. Is it a legit scientific phenomenon, and if so, what happens to your body?
Today the work chat program Slack suffered intermittent outage for hours, becoming a trending topic on Twitter as workers fought to remember alternative routes for communication. How did you survive without Slack?
Last week we learned that the 2015 El Niño may end up being most powerful on record, eclipsing three other major El Niño years over the past century. So....why doesn't this beast of a weather phenomenon have a goddamn name yet?
Yesterday we looked at how Steve Jobs flopped at the box office -- but it's hardly a disaster of filmmaking. What's the worst movie made with tech as a major plot element?
Going to Pluto was incredible, but as we continue to soak in the glorious images, NASA's already trying to figure out which celestial target to hit next. The space agency revealed five finalist concepts this week, including missions that would take us to Jupiter's asteroids and the surface of Venus.