Science editor Alan Boyle’s blog: Engineers, athletes and TV types have teamed up for a 10-part video series that highlights the scientific angles of the London Olympic Games.
Scientists, engineers, and technology gurus make crucial contributions to the Olympic Games, bringing fresh insight to coaches and athletes at each new round of the international competition.
Hearing-impaired and non-English-speaking moviegoers know that finding a close-captioned movie to go to can be a pain. But Sony has made a pair of cinema glasses that show customizable subtitles only to the wearer.
Dolphins may use complex nonlinear mathematics when hunting, according to a new study that suggests these brainy marine mammals could be far more skilled at math than was ever thought possible before.
Google on Tuesday added historically significant imagery to its map of Antarctica so people anywhere are able to explore this remote destination.
The website “Fat, Ugly or Slutty” posts the most offensive comments made to gamers to try to draw attention to harassment online. In-Game’s Todd Kenreck reports. (In-Game)
If you’ve ever felt sleepy after sex, you’re not alone. New research finds that after a long bout of mating, squid are too tired to do much swimming.
The latest update to Microsoft’s My Xbox Live app adds a bit of handy functionality for iPads — or rather, brings iPads up to date with the rest of the devices supported by the app. You can now launch games, view achievements, and send messages using your iPad.
The appliance that changed the way we cope with hot weather is 110 years old. NBC’s Brian Williams reports. (Nightly News)
Facebook users in Washington state will have something else to brag about to their online friends: that they registered to vote on Facebook.