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Spotify Hardware In The Works? Job Posting Reveals Ambition To Create Wearables, Smart Home Devices

A job listing revealed that Spotify is thinking about getting into the hardware business. The device that the music streaming service is planning is apparently inspired by the Snap Spectacles, the Amazon Echo, and the Pebble Watch.

TECH

At 91 Overdose Deaths A Day, Opioid Epidemic May Still Be Underestimated: CDC Report

A new CDC report has warned that the total number of opioid-related deaths may still be underestimated and a few cases may be missed. Find out more from the example of Minnesota drug overdoses.

HEALTH

Meet Kitty Hawk: A 'Flying Car' That Does Not Look Like A Car

Kitty Hawk, a startup backed by Google’s Larry Page, has just piloted its first flying aircraft prototype. But its vehicle of the future is not meant to hit roads, to be clear.

TECH

Trump Congratulates Peggy Whitson In Call To Space Station, Says NASA Should Send Humans To Mars By His Second Term ‘At Worst’

During the White House call to the ISS on April 24, President Donald Trump told record-breaking NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson and crewmate Jack Fischer he would like to send people to Mars during his first term. Find out the other discussed topics.

SCIENCE

Verizon's Fios Gigabit Connection Could Give Google Fiber A Run For Its Money

Verizon launched it Fios Gigabit Connection on April 24. The network operator promised that the new connection would provide customers with download and upload speeds of 940 Mbps and 880 Mbps, respectively.

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Stealthing: What You Need To Know About New Trend Of Men Removing Condom Without Partner's Consent

What is stealthing? In her new study, Alexandra Brodsky answers this questions and explains why this disturbing new trend in the bedroom looks bad from any angle.

HEALTH

Global Warming Behind Record-Breaking Climate Events Worldwide: Here's The Evidence

Could global warming be the culprit behind extreme weather events such as droughts, heat waves, and intense storms? A new study from Stanford University gives us the answer.

SCIENCE

Here's A Complete List Of Movies And TV Series That Will Keep You Glued To Netflix In May

This May, there’s a ton of movies and TV shows coming to Netflix. Here’s a complete list of films and series that’ll turn you into a couch potato.

CULTURE

Modern Architecture: Dutch Building Has Emojis As Gargoyles Of The Internet Age

A building in Dutch city Amersfoort sports a unique design: one of its sides has 22 emoji gargoyles. The architect used the iconic digital symbols in a bid to memorialize the current age and contemporary society.

CULTURE

First Galaxy S9 Rumors Claim Snapdragon 845 Horsepower As Samsung And Qualcomm Reportedly Team Up Again: More Exclusivity?

The Galaxy S8 has barely hit the market and the rumor mill is already churning about its successor, the Galaxy S9. Samsung and Qualcomm reportedly teamed up again to work on the Snapdragon 845 chip, which would power the next-generation flagship.

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Teen Initially Denied Lung Transplant Over Marijuana Use Dies After Failed Surgery

The young man who was declined a spot on the transplant list of the University of Utah Hospital because of marijuana use has passed away. The 19-year-old received a lung transplant just four weeks ago.

HEALTH

Cassini Spacecraft Flies By Saturn Moon Titan For The Last Time

Cassini spacecraft has made its prelude to the Grand Finale with its last flyby of Titan. The probe's last encounter with the moon changed its orbit so it will pass through the gap between Saturn and its rings.

SCIENCE

Motorola Held A Pitch Event For Moto Mods: Here’s A Look At Your Future Modular Add-Ons

Motorola is betting big on its Moto Mods, having recently held a pitch event where third-party hardware designers showcased their unique ideas. Here are a few of them worth noting.

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iPhone 8 Will Suffer From Severe Supply Shortages Upon September Release: How Bad Will This Affect Apple?

A note by KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that mass production for the iPhone 8 will be delayed by up to two months. The premium smartphone will still launch in September, but it will initially suffer from severe supply shortages.

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Ignore Trump’s Lead On Climate Change, Billionaire Michael Bloomberg Urges World Leaders

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg urged world leaders to ignore President Trump's stand on climate change. The debate about the Paris Agreement on greenhouse gas emissions is still ongoing.

SCIENCE

Could This 3D-Printed Patch Heal A Damaged Heart?

Biomedical researchers have produced a novel 3D-bioprinted patch that could help renew scarred tissue and assist heart attack patients. Could this be the breakthrough that study of heart failure is waiting for?

HEALTH

Three New Standard Maps Will Likely Be Added To 'Overwatch' This Year

Game director Jeff Kaplan revealed that there are three new standard maps in development for 'Overwatch.' In addition to these maps, which will be added to the Quick Play and Competitive rotations, Blizzard is working on three more non-standard maps.

CULTURE

Here Are Some Of The Coolest Protest Signs At The March For Science

Protesters gathered at the March for Science on Earth Day this year and stood up for the importance of science in everyday life. Many of them carried funny protest signs showing witty puns and slogans, turning the event into an absolute delight.

SCIENCE

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Getting Android 7.0 Nougat Update On T-Mobile

T-Mobile has confirmed that its Galaxy Note 5 is ready to get a tasty treat. Android 7.0 Nougat is rolling out early this week, so keep an eye on those notifications.

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DJI Ronin 2 Unveiled: What Does The New Camera Stabilizer Offer To Filmmakers?

DJI has unveiled the Ronin 2, a camera stabilizer that could very well be the perfect one for filmmakers. The Ronin 2 can carry cameras weighing up to 30 pounds and remain stable at up to 75 miles per hour.

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Oregon Teen Sells $1 Million Worth Of Custom Socks: Here's How He Did It

A teenager from Sherwood, Oregon built his custom sock business from scratch. Find out what it took for it to become the million-dollar success it is today.

TECH

Campbell's Voluntarily Recalls Chicken Soup Over Label Mixup And Undeclared Allergen

The Campbell Soup Company has issued a voluntary recall of more than 4,000 pounds of chicken soup because of discovered errors in labeling. Affected products also have an undeclared allergen.

HEALTH

Climate Linked To More Drinking, Alcohol-Related Liver Disease

Cold climate with poor sunshine drives up craving for alcoholic drinks and escalates liver cirrhosis in people, according to an international study. The urge for alcohol stems from the misleading perception that a drink adds more warmth.

HEALTH

Health Officials Fear Another Zika Outbreak On Texas Border

Zika virus, which leads to severe neurological birth defects in pregnant women, may rear its ugly head in Texas. According to health experts, with the onset of monsoons, Texas could experience another Zika outbreak.

HEALTH

Bandai Namco Releases 'Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition' For PS4, Xbox One, And PC

Bandai Namco released the complete edition for Dark Souls III, titled 'Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition' on April 21. This version of the game included both the DLCs along with the base game.

CULTURE

Elon Musk's Personal Life Is Usually Private, But His Relationship With Amber Heard Is Now On Instagram

Elon Musk and Amber Heard have officially confirmed their relationship, ending months of rumors. Both Musk and Heard took to Instagram in a coordinated strike, simultaneously posting photos of them together at a restaurant in Australia.

CULTURE

Whale And Boat Collisions Happen More Commonly Than Thought: Study

Collisions between whales and boats are happening more frequently than previously believed, as evidenced by injury marks found on humpback whales. Almost 15 percent of whales coming to New England had scars of vessel strikes.

SCIENCE

Take-Two Kills Fan Project To Bring 'Red Dead Redemption' Into 'Grand Theft Auto V'

Take-Two Interactive ordered the shutdown of 'Red Dead Redemption V,' a fan-made project that looked to recreate 'Red Dead Redemption' within 'Grand Theft Auto V.' The move could be related to the pending release of 'Red Dead Redemption 2.'

CULTURE

Ghana, Kenya, And Malawi Get World's First Malaria Vaccine

The WHO announced the start of a pilot program to test the world’s first malaria vaccine, Mosquirix, developed by GlaxoSmithKline. The real-life trial will begin in 2018 in three African countries with a high prevalence of the mosquito-borne disease.

HEALTH

Here's Why The IllumiBowl Comes With A Multi-Color Toilet Night Light

Building on the success of its first toilet light, IllumiBowl has taken that popularity in stride, announcing its attempt at a sequel. Here’s what the second-generation device, called the IllumiBowl: Anti Germ, can do.

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Italian Court Rules Cellphone Use Caused Brain Tumor: What Do Cancer Experts Say?

An Italian court ruled that heavy mobile phone use caused a former telecom worker's brain tumor. What do scientific studies and cancer experts say about this link?

HEALTH

Here's A Quick History Of NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson Breaking Records In Spaceflight

Astronaut Peggy Whitson has officially spent more time in space than any other American today, and President Donald Trump is congratulating her via a call to space. Take a look at her stellar career at NASA.

SCIENCE

Tim Cook Threatened To Remove Uber From Apple App Store In 2015: Why?

Apple CEO Tim Cook threatened to remove the Uber app from the App Store in a 2015 meeting with Uber CEO Travis Kalanick. What was the ride-haling company doing that prompted the serious threat?

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NES Classic Edition To Go Back On Sale At Best Buy On April 24

Best Buy will sell units of the NES Classic Edition on Monday, April 24, but stocks will be limited. Take note, as this is probably the last chance you can get it from a legit retail store.

CULTURE

Here's How Much It Costs Samsung To Manufacture A Galaxy S8

The Galaxy S8 is a gorgeous device, but a gorgeous phone also comes with a gorgeous price. Guess how much it costs to manufacture Samsung’s new flagship.

TECH

Meet Steve: Scientists, Aurora Enthusiasts Find New Mysterious Light In The Night Sky

Citizen scientists discovered an unusual new feature of the northern lights and called the mysterious atmospheric phenomenon ‘Steve.' ESA’s Swarm satellite also studied the purple gas stream, initially dubbed a proton aurora borealis, and finally uncovered its secret.

SCIENCE

Microsoft Might Be Developing Its Own Take On The Chromebook, Leaked Doc Suggests

Microsoft might indeed be set to release a Windows 10 Cloud device, which many expect to be its own take on the Chromebook. Here’s why such a move makes sense.

TECH

Call Of Duty WWII Leak Reveals Release Date, Co-Op, Story Details, And More

Activision confirmed that it will detail the latest 'Call of Duty' game this week, but a new leak just spilled the beans. Leaked marketing materials reveal the 'Call of Duty: WWII' release date, story line, co-op mode, private beta, and more.

CULTURE April 24, 2017

Defending Science: Why America’s Scientists Were Marching This Weekend

The 'March for Science' rallies took place last weekend. The event, which started as a social media initiative, is a response to President Trump's budget cuts.

SCIENCE April 24, 2017

'Super Bomberman R' For Nintendo Switch Patch Brings New Features, Improves Frame Rate

Konami released a new patch for 'Super Bomberman R' that has transformed the game into a must-own multiplayer title for Nintendo Switch owners. This was made possible by Nintendo's new stance on game updates.

CULTURE April 24, 2017

China’s 1st Cargo Spacecraft Just Docked With Its Orbiting Space Laboratory

China’s Tianzhou-1 cargo spacecraft has successfully docked with the Tiangong-2 space station last April 22. This is considered a major step toward the nation's goal of putting up its own manned space station by 2022.

SCIENCE April 24, 2017

Genetics Could Influence Our Eating Behavior: New Research Reveals

A study revealed that the eating behavior of a person largely depends on genetic factors. This research may lead scientists to develop diets tailored to a specific person.

HEALTH April 24, 2017

Crack In Larsen C Ice Shelf In Antarctica Set To Produce One Of The Largest Icebergs When It Breaks Off

The Larsen C ice shelf is seen to produce one of the biggest-ever icebergs ever recorded once it breaks off. How grim are predictions for this Antarctic ice shelf and its effects on the environment?

SCIENCE April 24, 2017

iPhone 8 Prototype Leaks: Edge-To-Edge Display, No Rear Touch ID, And More

Leaked images of the iPhone 8's dummy models showed off a device with edge-to-edge display and no physical rear-mounted Touch ID sensor. The impending smartphone may instead incorporate the biometric technology underneath the display itself.

TECH April 24, 2017

Breast Cancer Rates Rising Among Asian-American Women

Research from California’s Cancer Prevention Institute reveals that women from six out of seven Asian-American ethnic groups have seen an overall rise in breast cancer incidences. Lead researcher recommends further investigation.

HEALTH April 24, 2017

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