East Europeans can't let go of XP

Hanging on to Windows XP is making east Europeans vulnerable to hacker attacks

Quantum Cognition, why we make bad decisions

Are the laws of quantum physics influencing our decisions?

The Saturn moon Enceladus could be an ocean world

There could be life beneath Enceladus's icy surface.

Christopher Nolan may be involved in an "Akira" Trilogy

Rumor has it that Christopher Nolan might be reviving the 1988 cult animation movie, Akira

A home appliance that can count calories for you

GE is making a device that can count the calories in your food using microwaves.

Samsung’s foldable phone, Project Valley, could come as early as January

Samsung may bring the first telephone with a foldable screen to the market, a hybrid phone-tablet.

Matt Damon is Bourne again

Matt Damon is back as Jason Bourne

Paper airplanes, from the playground to World Records

Drones, World records and World Championships - paper airplanes have come a long way

Harley Davidson is going green

Arnie has to make room for the new generation.

The Cicret behind the futuristic bracelet

The Cicret bracelet could be a smart watch killer.

The seductive mouse

Female mice sing back when they want sex

Space bound GoPro found after 2 years

An amazing story about some guys, a balloon, a camera and a long, long trip through the atmosphere.

Samsung snubs Apple with a well-timed ad

Samsung takes a hit at Apple after their big event

American Gods TV series is taking shape

The TV adaption of Neil Gaiman's novel is showing signs of life.

DoJ wants Microsoft to turn over Leprechaun emails

Department of Justice trying to force Microsoft to violate international law

Feds are chasing Apple unicorns

The Justice Department is considering suing Apple over iMessage encryption

Is the new iPad Pro really faster than a Surface Pro 3?

Comparing Apples to all things not Apple