A just-published study of tens of thousands of identical twins around the world confirms that genetics are a poor, if not purposeless, prognostic of the chance of getting a disease.
A long-time Apple fan and customer expresses his deep gratitude to the big man in Cupertino, providing a brief history of the company's many products along the way
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The newspaper relied on dated descriptions of the diagnosis, stages, and heredity factors of the disease in a story about Ronald Reagan
Why has the U.S. government response to the events in Cairo been so quiet?
Looking to give the gift of laughter this holiday season? Here are some favorite funny series.
I love the new MacBook Air, but watch a lot of Hulu and Netflix and the volume never gets loud enough. Here's how to fix that.
They should have considered how the documents might harm our nation's interests
Are there hidden components to innate aptitude that might help explain success?
How the New York Times misunderstands the Broadway show's synthesis of high and lowbrow entertainment
Reviewing some of the iPad's most useful add-ons to help maximize its mobility and minimize its vulnerability
With exquisite writing, acting, and staging, the play opening this week on Broadway is a must-see
Non-stop recording device, the Looxcie, demonstrates our society's growing obsession with surveillance
Why the new iPod Nano may be much more revolutionary than it seems
Head to Edinburgh's international event to see how its done
A look at some thousand-year-old chess pieces housed in Edinburgh's National Museum of Scotland
If rumors are true, Mac will introduce your favorite products in better sizes
Why renowned inventor Ray Kurzweil is wrong about the claim that we are roughly a decade away from being able to digitally simulate a human brain