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  • Will Your Smartphone See Android 5.0 Lollipop Upgrade, And When?
  • Industry Support In Wake Of Apple CEO Tim Cook Coming Out
  • Interactive Website Helps Boost Smartphone Battery Life

Will Your Smartphone See Android 5.0 Lollipop Upgrade, And When?

Will Your Smartphone See Android 5.0 Lollipop Upgrade, And When?

If you own a Moto X, Moto G, or recent Verizon Droid you're probably wondering when you can expect all the sweetness that comes along with Android 5.0 Lollipop. Motorola has created a page where you can check out what smartphones are getting Lollipop.

Industry Support In Wake Of Apple CEO Tim Cook Coming Out

Industry Support In Wake Of Apple CEO Tim Cook Coming Out

The tech sector is moved by Tim Cook's public announcement regarding his sexuality. On Wall Street, it's all business.

Interactive Website Helps Boost Smartphone Battery Life

Interactive Website Helps Boost Smartphone Battery Life

A new interactive website allows you to choose the exact make and model of your smartphone and then gives specific interactive tips on boosting the battery life for that handset.

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SCIENCENASA's Hubble Space Telescope spots ghost light from stars of long-dead galaxies in Pandora's Cluster

Space

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope spots ghost light from stars of long-dead galaxies in Pandora's Cluster

The Hubble spotted ghostly light coming from stars that were ejected from within ancient galaxies in Pandora's Cluster. The observations will allow astronomers to understand the evolution of galaxy clusters.

FUTURE TECHOrion spacecraft construction complete, ready for deep space

Space / Aviation

Orion spacecraft construction complete, ready for deep space

NASA puts finishing touches on Orion capsule set to take astronauts into deep space. First unmanned test of the spacecraft set for December.

SCIENCEKiller fungus could wipe out salamander population

Earth

Killer fungus could wipe out salamander population

Fungus disease similar to one devastating frogs and toad species around the world found in European salamanders. Scientists fear it could spread to the U.S., a salamander hot spot.

SCIENCEMale bird self medicates with poisonous beetle to attract the ladies

Male bird self medicates with poisonous beetle to attract the ladies

Males of a species of bustard bird may consume a toxic beetle to look more attractive during mating season, a new study shows. A toxic blister beetle can clear parasitic infections in birds.

SCIENCEBaltimore restoration project unearths 100-year-old time capsule

Baltimore restoration project unearths 100-year-old time capsule

Restoration workers unearthed a century-old time capsule while renovating Baltimore's Washington Monument. The insides of the time capsule, however, remain unknown.

LifeWhy no one wants to open this 100-year-old time capsule

Society

Why no one wants to open this 100-year-old time capsule

A 100-year-old time capsule was discovered recently in Baltimore. However, it is so damaged that opening the capsule may destroy its contents.

LifeQuarantined Ebola nurse goes for bike ride in Maine, public shuns Bellevue workers in NYC

Health

Quarantined Ebola nurse goes for bike ride in Maine, public shuns Bellevue workers in NYC

Kaci Hickox went for a bike ride in Maine, after treating Ebola patients in Africa, fueling a political and legal battle.

LifeWonder why some people die from Ebola while others survive? Ask the mice

Health

Wonder why some people die from Ebola while others survive? Ask the mice

A study done on a special kind of mice could explain why some people die from Ebola and others survive. While almost 5,000 people have been killed by the virus, thousands have also recovered.

LifeKetogenic diet, high in fat and low in carb, helps control epilepsy seizures

Health

Ketogenic diet, high in fat and low in carb, helps control epilepsy seizures

Study shows a high-fat diet may be good for epileptic patients. Think bacon, eggs, and heavy cream. Controlling epilepsy seizures has never been this appetizing.

SCIENCEScratching an itch is like salt on a wound, it'll go from bad to worse

Health

Scratching an itch is like salt on a wound, it'll go from bad to worse

Itching may just become worse after it is scratched, but what could this discovery mean for those suffering from chronic scratching?

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