Prostate Cancer Cured? Top 5 Stories from Today’s Headlines

#1 Prostate Cancer Cured using Experimental Treatment A man suffering advanced prostate cancer has been cured of the disease after undergoing a shocking new treatment...

Airlabs Start-Up Fights Pollution at London Bus Stops

Airlabs, a UK startup, will install filters at London bus stops, underground stations and on the sides of buildings in an effort to reduce...

Intel Joins Delphi, Mobileye, Using Chips for Self-Driving Cars

Intel, the computer hardware manufacturer is set to collaborate with two companies, Delphi and Mobileye, to provide computer chips for self-driving cars. The companies hope...

New Study: 3 Ways New Skin Patch Tracks Your Health

Researchers from Northwestern University’s Center for Bio-Integrated Electronics are inventing a new skin patch to track a person’s health and fitness, sending data to...

How Hackers Hit San Francisco’s Rail System

San Francisco was the target of a cyberattack that began on November 25 as hackers managed to lock down key parts of the city’s transport...

New Study: Overcoming Fear with AI Therapy

Researchers from the University of Cambridge, UK, have discovered a way to remove memories involving fear from patients’ brains, using artificial intelligence. AI and brain...

Motorola VerveCam+ Review

Motorola recently launched VerveCam+, a wearable camera that incorporates a sociable and live-streaming filming experience. This is one of the products from the VerveLife...

Facebook Follows LinkedIn with New Job Feature

Facebook is testing a new jobs feature that allows page administrators to make job postings, immediately receiving applications directly from candidates, which could develop...

Swedish Eye-Tracking Firm Tobii Raises $50 Million for VR and Smartphones

Tobii, a Swedish eye-tracking firm, has raised $50 million to invest in virtual reality and smartphones which assist disabled people in using computers. The technology...

New Study: Twitter Bots Amount for One-Fifth of US Election Conversation

According to Emilio Ferrara, computer scientist at the USC Information Sciences Institute (ISI) and USC Viterbi School of Engineering, software robots have been influencing...