Determination. Willpower. Courage. Overweight people need all of these characteristics. But what they may need most is guts. Their guts may not be communicating certain messages to their brains, like "We're full! Stop eating now! We can't hold any more! Now, studies conducted at the Imperial College London suggest that there may be a solution to this problem.
The launch date for Asus' followup to its popular “dockable tablet” has been set, and we've got a new exterior design coming alongside a few upgraded hardware features.
Until now, a condition known as 'lazy eye,' or amblyopia, was considered virtually un-reparable after the age of 10. But Dr. Somen Ghosh has used an ingenious and no doubt, immensely fun, treatment for lazy eye - video games - and it has shown promise in his test groups.
Leave it to Suck UK to advance the cause of scratch music by creating the ultimate scratcher for the ultimate cool cat. Here's DJ Fellix with the latest in scratch technology - the Cat Scratch deck.
Amazon's Kindle Fire has been officially announced, and the company is currently taking pre-orders for the device. Should you purchase one over the formidable Apple iPad? I hope this comparison article will help you with your decision.
Kids with any trait that's not the norm often get teased or mocked by other children. It's an unfortunate fact of life. But a new study conducted by psychologists at Kansas State University had some surprising results regarding which children are most likely to be chided by their peers.
Water cooling used to be a pretty dangerous addition to a PC. While it still is, alternative self-contained designs such as Corsair's Hydro Series bring much of the advantages of liquid cooling, while allowing easy installation and zero maintenance – and now, for an even lower price than before – with the new Hydro H40 and H70 CORE.
A new tablet computer, assembled by a company in the UK, is being made available to folks in India, with a price tag of just US $35 for students, and $60 for the others.
For millions of people with diabetes, daily finger pricking with needles in order to get a measurement of their blood glucose is an accepted, but unpleasant, part of their lifestyles. Though physicists have been trying to come up with laser beam technology that effectively substitutes for the needle, the accomplishment has evaded them for the past 20 years. Now, physicists at the University of Toronto (UT) have found a way to get around the most prickly problem with using a laser beam....