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Black Friday Smartphone Deals: Verizon Samsung Galaxy S5 Free With Contract

Black Friday Smartphone Deals: Verizon Samsung Galaxy S5 Free With Contract

If you're in the market for a free flagship smartphone, Verizon has got you covered on Black Friday. The carrier will offer the 16 GB Samsung Galaxy S5 for free after mail-in rebate.

Best Headphones for Budget Buyers, Flush Digital Aficionados

Best Headphones for Budget Buyers, Flush Digital Aficionados

Headphones are an important part of media consumption and they, like other gadgets, are replaced every few years. Here is a list of the best headphones for each price point.

EU Pressures Google to Expand 'Right to be Forgotten' Coverage Globally

EU Pressures Google to Expand 'Right to be Forgotten' Coverage Globally

The European Union has issued a new set of guidelines that will push Google to extend the coverage of privacy requests from EU residents on the Google.com site. Though not legally binding, these steps may be taken to make Google comply.

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SCIENCERevolutionary Material Cools Building by Dumping Heat into Outer Space

Energy

Revolutionary Material Cools Building by Dumping Heat into Outer Space

Stanford engineers have developed a new material that can cool buildings without requiring electricity. The photonic radiative cooling process reflects much of the sunlight, which strikes the material, then sucks internal heat from the building.

SCIENCEJapanese Firm Plans to Create Underwater City Ocean Spirals. Modern-day Atlantis?

Japanese Firm Plans to Create Underwater City Ocean Spirals. Modern-day Atlantis?

An underwater city? It’s certainly not as far-fetched as it sounds anymore, given the range of technologies already available today. Should Ocean Spiral succeed, people will be living underwater by 2030.

LifeEbola Vaccine by GlaxoSmithKline Shows Promise in Clinical Trial

Health

Ebola Vaccine by GlaxoSmithKline Shows Promise in Clinical Trial

With desired results achieved, GlaxoSmithKline’s first clinical trial is a success. The experimental Ebola vaccine will require further fine-tuning but it’s definitely headed in the right direction.

SCIENCEFirst Ever 'Made in Space' 3D Printed Object: 3D Printer Spare Part

Space

First Ever 'Made in Space' 3D Printed Object: 3D Printer Spare Part

The 3D printer at the International Space Station has produced its first object in space, a spare part of itself. The extruder plate will be sent back to Earth to verify if three-dimensional printing works the same way in microgravity as it does on Earth.

SCIENCEWormhole Travel in 'Interstellar': Improbable but not Impossible

Space

Wormhole Travel in 'Interstellar': Improbable but not Impossible

Theoretical physicist Kip Thorne, who is also executive producer of Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" movie, said that while wormhole is possible, based on Einstein's general relativity theory, space travel through traversable wormholes will not likely go beyond science fiction.

LifeGarlic, Broccoli Boost Immune System and Help Fight Aggressive Cancers

Health

Garlic, Broccoli Boost Immune System and Help Fight Aggressive Cancers

If you've never found a reason to like broccoli, you've got one now. It has cancer-fighting abilities, which is something everyone can take advantage of.

LifeNew FDA Calorie-Labeling Rules will Apply in Restaurant Menus and Vending Machines: Farewell, Obesity?

Health

New FDA Calorie-Labeling Rules will Apply in Restaurant Menus and Vending Machines: Farewell, Obesity?

Restaurants, movie theaters and vending machines will soon post calorie counts on their menus in compliance with the labeling rule on food and beverage products under the Affordable Care Act. Health experts hope the move will help combat the country's obesity problem.

LifeProportion of American Adult Smokers Has Hit New Low: CDC

Health

Proportion of American Adult Smokers Has Hit New Low: CDC

The number of cigarette smokers in the U.S. has significantly fallen from 2005 to 2013 but the prevalence of smoking is still high in certain groups particularly among those living below poverty levels. Smoking rate is also high among persons with disability as well as lesbian, gay or bisexual adults.

LifeVultures Can Feast on Decaying Meat and Other Animals Cannot. Here's Why

Health

Vultures Can Feast on Decaying Meat and Other Animals Cannot. Here's Why

Scavenging is serious business and vultures have just the stomach for it. Gross doesn't even begin to describe the birds’ eating habits but vultures actually contribute to human well-being as a result.

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