MSNBC: Tech & science
By copying the blueprints found in nature, Jeffrey Karp and his team of researchers at Brigham & Women’s Hospital are making advances in cardiac surgery, neo-natal care and drug delivery. The technique is called ‘biomimicry,’ and it can be found in everything from architecture to nanotechnology. Matt Rivera reports.
The two companies resume their long-running court battle over claims that Samsung copied the iPhone.
Falcons receiver Roddy White plans only to partially pay off a March Madness bet he made with a fan on Twitter.
Microsoft announced serious price cuts to its cloud service, right after Amazon and Google did the same thing.
Short Cuts: To protect personal details like your bank account info or your location, three security experts outlined simple steps you can take on any computer or device.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland goes over the apps that help you keep up with all of the latest and greatest apps available.
It’s opening day for Major League Baseball and Facebook has mapped out where fans live and who they are rooting for.
Apple and Samsung are back in court. It’s largely the same cast of characters as the 2012 trial, this time squabbling over different patents and newer devices.