Researchers explain that your movements on your mouse can show your emotional state.
The algorithm is being hailed as the first step towards the long-cherished goal of machines attaining human-like intelligence.
Checking your Facebook, Instagram or Twitter feed in class is the quickest way to failing grades, according to a new study. Researchers said even the smartest college students suffer academically when they use the Internet for non-academic purposes.
Researchers have discovered a new method of trapping rubidium atoms in a lattice of light. With the new technique, researchers were able to couple a lone atom of rubidium, a metal with a single photon -a light particle.
Two new studies tied TV and computers to less happy and heavier children.
Scientists have figured out a new approach to make integrated circuits more efficient by using a different class of magnetic materials called "multiferroics." The material would reduce the energy consumed by logic devices and increase the power efficiency for processing by nearly 1,000 times.
Researchers reported that TVs, computers and cars could drastically increase obesity and diabetes rates in developing nations.
A new study found that food and beverage advertisements found on popular children's websites still do not fit the nutritional standards set by the government.
A new survey revealed that the majority of parents are not worried about how long their children use media screens.
Researchers found that children who paid more attention to the content on television had the highest body mass indexes in comparison to children who did not pay attention to the television shows.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.