Prince George is officially a big brother.
Kensington Palace announced on Saturday that Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to a healthy baby girl
As with all big announcements, people are flocking to Twitter to share the news. As of early Saturday, tweets were pouring in by the thousands every minute, according to the microblogging service:
See how the world is flocking to Twitter for news of the
With LG’s new flagship G4 Android smartphone, life really is good. No, scratch that, life is great.
The best Android smartphones all have compromises. The Galaxy S6 has a fantastic camera, but dumped the removable battery and storage expansion Samsung so proudly trumpeted on the GS5HTC’s One M9 has great speakers and a sleek design, but it’s camera is junk. The Nexus 6 runs unaltered Android and has a big screen, but it’s too damn big.
The G4 cuts no corners. I dare say, it’s the first…
Microsoft smartly waited until the end of its excruciatingly long keynote to give us a second look at the HoloLens, the company’s forward-looking take on virtual reality. Before a packed crowd of developers and press, the device’s architect, Alex Kipman, showed how the HoloLens could litter a wall with virtual displays and create detailed objects — like a Tyrannosaurus’ skull — that weren’t really there.
HoloLens is futuristic, potentially game-changing and incredibly cool. It’s also a…
While the desperate effort to save lives in earthquake-ravaged Nepal intensified on Monday, residents and rescuers remain uneasy over the more than 40 aftershocks that have rattled the region since Saturday
Simon Rogers, a data editor at Google’s News Lab, used data from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) that show the location of aftershocks since Friday’s devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake.
The data show there have been…
As the Apple Watch shipping date gets closer (10 days and counting), people who are thinking about buying one are starting to get antsy about the lingering questions regarding the device.
The big question for a lot of would-be buyers is about the longevity of the Apple Watch. After all, this is a first-generation Apple product. The past dictates that Apple frequently makes big changes (and substantial improvements) to subsequent versions of its products, often just a year after release.
Professor Alice Dreger is no newcomer to the study of human sexuality. In 2010, she hosted a TED talk focused on how anatomy often determines fate, and in 2015 she published Galileo’s Middle Finger, which covers controversies in academic medicine, specifically those related to sexuality.
When the author and bioethicist’s son invited her to sit in on his abstinence-focused sexual education class, she knew she was stumbling into a situation ripe for live-tweeting