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Eewww...the reaction of kids when they try out rotary phones on 'Kids React'

An online media production that has experimented on how kids react to things that are not familiar to their generation, gave kids a rotary phone. The result was total chaos and hilarious.

Life March 6, 2014

Wello iPhone case keeps track of blood pressure, heart rate and more - Who needs an iWatch?

Wello can measure your heart rate, blood pressure, electrocardiography (ECG), blood oxygen and more. It sounds like a fitness wearable, but it's not. It's an iPhone case. With capabilities like these, who needs an iWatch?

Tech March 6, 2014

Antibiotics overuse in U.S. hospitals is a growing problem, CDC warns

CDC has recommended new practices to curb poor prescription practices as health experts found that antibiotic overuse and misuse are prevalent in the U.S.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Digital heist prompts shutdown of bitcoin bank Flexcoin

Flexcoin shuts its doors after hackers make off with bitcoins worth $600,000.

Business Tech March 6, 2014

Apple on engineer hiring spree in Asia: What's cooking?

Apple has been hiring engineers and other professionals in Asia. Can you smell global domination?

Business Tech March 6, 2014

10-year old Ohio boy suspended by school for pointing gun-like fingers at friends

A 10-year old student was suspended from school after pointing gun-like fingers at his friends. The boy's father said no one felt threatened and the adults are acting childish in their response to a typical 10-year-old's error.

Life March 6, 2014

Survey shows decline in early baby deliveries

Many doctors warn against early scheduled births, saying that babies may not have fully matured by the time of delivery.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Fish die from chilly reception in Missouri

Missouri residents are calling wildlife authorities, reporting large numbers of dead fish in waterways across the state. Some people think it's caused by pollution, but Missouri officials have another explanation.

Science March 6, 2014

3D printer makes custom pacemaker

Atrial fibrillation affects three to five million people in the U.S. each year. Now, researchers hope a new heart "sleeve" will help with detecting heart conditions.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

PlayStation 4 eclipses the 6 million mark after the console's launch in Japan

Sony PlayStation 4 is in a world to itself with almost no real competition, as it makes the Xbox One eat dust.

Tech March 6, 2014

No escape from allergies: study shows prevalence doesn't vary

A new study finds that allergies tend to cluster in groups.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

New optical imaging platform lets you peek at biomolecules inside live cells

Scientists have developed the capability to view tiny biomolecules inside live cells. Using a new optical imaging platform, it is now possible to look at biomolecules with minimum disturbance to living cells.

Science March 6, 2014

Yosemite bears forage less for human food but still got a taste for it

If Yogi Bear lived in Yosemite park, he'd have a lot more to content with than a hapless Ranger Smith. Yosemite park officials have finally outsmarted the local human food-loving black bears.

Science March 6, 2014

Gilead Sciences' blockbuster $84k Hepatitis C drug has just made its CEO a billionaire

Gilead's earnings generated mostly by its hepatitis C drug Sovaldi benefit its CEO John Martin as well, as he owns 4.2 million shares of the company.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Texas abortion provider shuts down last two clinics

Some abortion clinic advocates argue that the closings will result in more women turning to illegal providers.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Facebook users unite, an updated News Feed with bigger photos is on the way

Facebook announced today that each users' News Feed would receive a refresh. In an attempt to make its users happy, instead of reaching for their virtual pitchforks, the company noted the change was limited to enlarging News Feed photos.

Tech March 6, 2014

Facebook frequenters may be at higher risk of disordered eating

A recent study demonstrates a link between frequent Facebook use and disordered eating.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Thoratec issues warning about heart pump controller linked to four deaths

Thoratec has issued a warning about its popular heart pump, the HeartMate II, after four people died due to misuse of the controller.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Efforts increase to clarify controversial stem cell technique

A new technique for creating stem cells is stirring up controversy, but that isn't stopping scientists from taking it a step further.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Pop quiz! Which awesome iOS app is now available on Android? You guessed it: QuizUp!

QuizUp is now available on Android. This is: a) the greatest news ever b) amazing c) fabulous d) all of the above. Get your game face on, Android users!

Tech March 6, 2014

First Meta bitcoin exchange CEO found dead, preliminary investigations suggest suicide

Singaporean authorities have found the top executive of First Meta dead in her apartment. A probe is ongoing to know the real cause of her death.

Life March 6, 2014

Europe's biggest and baddest dinosaur gets named after Dinotopia author

Scientists have named the biggest and baddest carnivorous dinosaur to have ever walked Europe after the author of Dinotopia. The 10 meter long predator stalked its prey over 150 million years ago.

Science March 6, 2014

Take a spin through the setup of Cortana: Windows Phone 8.1's answer to Siri and Google Now (Video)

A leaked video shows how Windows Phone 8.1 users will setup Cortana, the OS' new virtual assistant. Coming up with a true competitor to Apple's Siri has been an uphill struggle for Android and Windows Phone developers.

Tech March 6, 2014

E-cigarettes don't discourage teen smoking, study claims

While some say e-cigarettes are less harmful than regular cigarettes, others cite a lack of information on their long-term safety.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Yikes. Another day another asteroid zips past Earth

For the second day in a row an asteroid will narrowly miss Earth, however, NASA does have a plan in place that may some day give a level of protection against the massive destruction that could be caused by a direct hit..

Science March 6, 2014

Something fishy going on: bacterial infection linked to New York's Chinatown districts

The aquarium granuloma infection, from the mycobacterium marinum, has surface in New York City's three Chinatowns - in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens. The fish is still safe to eat, but those handling it have been advised to take precautions to prevent the development of lesions and pain in hands and arms.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

HTC Desire 310 to take on Moto G in entry-level smartphone war

HTC has unveiled its Desire 310, which is targeted at the entry-level smartphone market. It brings a larger display and more processing horsepower to this price point.

Tech March 6, 2014

New U.S. guidelines successful in making school kids eat more veggies and fruits

Kids in schools are eating more fruits and vegetables, thanks to new guidelines released by USDA.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Angry outburst may trigger heart attack

A new study has shown that angry outbursts can increase your risks of having a heart attack, giving you another reason why you should avoid losing your temper and keep your cool even if you're under stressful situations.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Prostate surgery reduces death risk, study claims

A new study is causing doctors to question previous beliefs on the effectiveness of prostate cancer surgery.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

No guns for you - Facebook shoots down illegal gun sales

Trying to sell a gun? Don't do it on Facebook. The social media site announced that it will start policing private and illegal gun sales that take place on Facebook. Advertisements and posts that promote gun sales will also be affected by the rule change.

Tech March 6, 2014

Testosterone replacement drug Aveed gets the FDA's stamp of approval

Endo Pharmaceutical's testosterone replacement drug, Aveed, has been approved by the FDA. Aveed is used in cases of male hypogonadism, characterized by a lack of testosterone production.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Dell Latitude 13 laptops are childproof and ready for school

Dell's milspec testing of its new Latitude 13 Educational Series laptops may have gone above and beyond what the computers will have to endure in a classroom, but the company said these battlefield-ready devices are able to stand up to whatever a milk spilling, sticky-fingered kid can dish out.

Tech March 6, 2014

TV in children's bedroom may make them obese

A new study suggests that children's weight is influenced by whether or not they have a television in their bedroom and regardless of the amount of time they spend watching TV.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Microsoft injects social DNA in Office 365

Microsoft has announced new features to make most of its Office 365 suite and has highlighted how working like a network can do wonders for businesses.

Tech March 6, 2014

Hepatitis C cases fall in the U.S. but it's not because of any cure

It may appear that the declining number of hepatitis C cases is due to the availability of new and better treatments but researchers think otherwise as most patients with the disease will find them too expensive.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Are clinical researchers neglecting women? Probably

Even when diseases primarily affect women, they are ignored in studies. Here's why that might happen.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

Verizon all-new Allset plan looks to attract prepaid users

Verizon Wireless has announced a new set of prepaid plans that can help consumers stretch their hard-earned money to enjoy their digital experience and lifestyle.

Business Tech March 6, 2014

Oscar Mayer wants you to wake up to sound of alarm...ummm, whiff of bacon

Oscar Mayer has come up with a quirky device that wakes you up with the smell of bacon.

Tech March 6, 2014

WHO wants you to cut down daily sugar intake to 5 percent of total calories

In order to combat the ill effects of too much sugar intake, such as obesity, diabetes and dental problems, the World Health Organization (WHO) has proposed that daily sugar intake be reduced to just 5 percent of a person's total calorie intake.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 6, 2014

New feathered dinosaurs found in Chinese Jurassic Park Jehol Biota

A new biota of dinosaurs has been discovered in a Chinese fossil bed. Remains include fossilized soft tissue, and the finding could change much of what we know about evolution.

Science March 6, 2014

Mystery of sea turtle 'lost years' finally solved

Scientists have finally figured out where sea turtles spend their time after hunting. A sea turtle's mysterious "lost years" has baffled experts for decades.

Science March 6, 2014

Another one bites the dust - Flipboard buys Zite from CNN

Flipboard bought its rival and fellow news reader Zite from CNN on Wednesday. The purchase eliminates one Flipboard rival and simultaneously delivers a whole bunch of new users to the popular app.

Tech March 6, 2014

No entry: Yahoo bans Google and Facebook log-ins

Yahoo has started the implementation of its new sign-in process. While it might be seen as a small change, it might have big implications to Yahoo's business.

Tech March 6, 2014

$50 Roku stick may have just killed the Chromecast

Move over Chromecast, Roku has a new product that might offer more value to consumers who want to stream content to their HDTVs. The $50 Streaming Stick resembles a USB drive, and ports into a device's HDMI slot.

Tech March 6, 2014

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