In 1988, Who Framed Roger Rabbit hit theaters and introduced a magical world where your favorite cartoon characters live in the same world as humans. While animated characters had appeared side by side with live actors before Roger Rabbit took the effect to new levels, earning multiple Academy
Intel’s chief is riding over the Ivy Bridge into the sunset. Paul Otellini, who has served as company CEO since 2005, will step down after Intel’s annual stockholder’s meeting in May. Otellini, 62, has been with Intel for his entire career. He joined the company in 1974 fresh from getting his
To accompany the technological advancements of the computer world and the constant changing definition of a hacker, we thought it was time to look back at ten of the most notorious black hat hackers and the legendary hacks that earned them such a title. First, it should be known that a black hat
NASA has recommitted itself to landing humans on Mars by 2035, but has admitted that this is a project that will require the world to work together. NASA’s chief scientist Ellen Stofan gave a talk to the Royal Institution in London a fortnight ago, and video of the talk has now been released.
I’m not sure when I first heard the term ‘lifecasting.’ It may have been in the late 90s when the TV reality show Big Brother first reached our living rooms, or it could have been much later when Sarah Austin promoted her own brand of video journalism and became famous for being famous. Back in
Around 2 of those on the wait list for a donor kidney will ever receive the lifesaving call. Researchers have announced that they have grown a rudimentary kidney in the laboratory using
The Top 5 Apps Your Kids Will Love ABC Zoo Borns $2.99 Ages 3-upOverall rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars Why we like it: ABC ZooBorns turns your iPad or iPhone screen into an alphabet-themed visual encyclopedia. The photos, drawn from the growing number of royalty-free sources such as Flickr and