Lawyers in Canda are aiming to defend their client by asking the judge to don a virtual reality headset and experience the life of a pig.
The company has disproved its own "It Phone" business model, and now it's paying the price.
In May 2008, Nakamoto published an online paper outlining how the cryptocurrency would work. Then he vanished.
It's hard to tell – but the iTunes Terms and Conditions seem to cover the company even if it does.
The engine could form the basis of futuristic tiny robots with real-world applications.
Apple’s Night Shift feature filters out the blue light on your screen. But that still doesn't mean we should use our phones at night.
We look away from the suffering in humanitarian crises because it’s so vast. Virtual reality invites us to look at individuals’ experiences again.
One thing’s for sure: not everything is being intercepted.
Empathy isn’t easy to teach.
Using magnifying glasses, they peered at the phones of passerby.
There are more possibilities in a game of Go than we would get by considering a separate chess game played on every atom in the universe.
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