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Love It Or Hate It, The iPhone X Is Important For Android

The iPhone X is Apple’s newest iPhone, but it’s also the company’s most radically redesigned phone yet. Even so, does it deserve a place in the smartphone landscape?

TECH September 18, 2017

Verizon Is Dropping 8,500 Rural Customers From Its Network: Here's Why

Verizon will drop 8,500 customers by Oct. 17, offering them no options to continue their plans. The company says these customers are using more data than they’re paying for.

TECH September 18, 2017

AI Arrives As The Newest And Most Powerful Weapon For Early Alzheimer's Disease Detection

Medical researchers have found artificial intelligence as a valuable ally in the early detection of Alzheimer's disease. An algorithm developed by a team from the University of Bari proved that AI can be a powerful weapon against the dreaded disease.

HEALTH September 18, 2017

Waymo vs Uber: Alphabet Pushes To Postpone Legal Battle Over Self-Driving Car Secrets

After acquiring the 'due diligence' report from Uber, Alphabet is now asking to postpone the trial scheduled in October, saying it needs 'additional time to pursue this mountain of new evidence.'

TECH September 18, 2017

Your Poop May Reveal Why Your Diet Does Not Make You Lose Weight

The high-fiber New Nordic Diet may not work for everyone who want to lose weight. A person's stool and gut bacteria may tell if this diet will work for weight loss or not.

HEALTH September 17, 2017

There's A Hidden NES Game In The Nintendo Switch: Can You Unlock It?

An emulated copy of the NES game 'Golf' has been found to be hidden in all Nintendo Switch units. Is it possible for average gamers to unlock and play the classic 1984 title?

CULTURE September 17, 2017

The Fall 'Battleborn' Update Will Be Its Last: 'Overwatch' Reigns Supreme

The fall 'Battleborn' update will be its last, but the multiplayer shooter's servers will remain up and running for the foreseeable future. 'Battleborn' simply could not keep up with rapid rise in popularity of 'Overwatch.'

CULTURE September 17, 2017

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Breaks Steam Record For Most Number Of Players At The Same Time: Now What?

'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' has set the all-time Steam peak player count record of 1,348,374 players, beating the figure set by 'DOTA 2.' With that achievement accomplished, what could be next for the multiplayer shooter?

CULTURE September 17, 2017

The Pirate Bay Gives Torrent Links, But Hijacks PC In Return With A Bitcoin Miner

The Pirate Bay gives torrent links, but it is now also taking back from its users by hijacking their computers to mine Bitcoins. Here's what you can do to stop the Javascript code from slowing down your PC.

TECH September 17, 2017

Bald Men Viewed More Confident And Dominant: Study

A new research has found that bald men are perceived as more dominant, stronger, and having more leadership potential. Could head shaving be the new solution to thinning hair?

CULTURE September 17, 2017

Friends, Family Help Ease Stress From Marital Conflict: Study

Having strong relationships outside of the marriage helps people to experience marital conflicts as less stressful. These close friendships also tend to protect people from stress-related ailments.

HEALTH September 17, 2017

Writing Down Feelings Helps Reduce Stress And Worry: Study

Researchers have found that expressive writing may help offload worries and stress, and help an individual perform tasks more efficiently. The research provides the first neural evidence for James Pennebaker's 1986 research.

HEALTH September 16, 2017

This Skin Patch Melts Fat In Mice (No, You Can't Use It Yet)

The new medicated skin patch promotes fat browning in mice and holds promise in burning unwanted fat deposits such as love handles. It may also treat diabetes and obesity.

HEALTH September 16, 2017

Tobacco Still One Of World's Top Killers: Here Are The Other Top Causes Of Death Worldwide

A new report revealed that smoking remains one of the leading killers in the world. Here are the other causes of deaths worldwide in 2016, according to the Global Burden of Disease study.

HEALTH September 16, 2017

South Park Messed With Everyone's Amazon Echo And Google Home: Here's What Happened

The premiere episode of 'South Park' season 21 tackled the white nationalist movement that rocked Charlottesville, Virginia. To lighten the mood, the episode also triggered Amazon Echo and Google Home devices multiple times.

TECH September 16, 2017

The Nintendo Switch Outsold The PlayStation 4 And Xbox One In August: That's 4 Out Of The Past 6 Months

The Nintendo Switch has outsold the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One in four out of the past six months. The hybrid console may have found even more success if not for the ongoing Nintendo Switch supply shortage.

CULTURE September 16, 2017

LOOK: 500-Million-Year-Old Sea Creature Comes To Life In 3D Sculpture

A 500-million-year-old miniscule creature was brought to life in the form of an extremely detailed 3D sculpture. Now people will be able to see in detail the 1-centimeter sea creature that scientists love for many reasons.

SCIENCE September 16, 2017

iPhone X To Have Supply Problems Well Into The First Half Of 2018, Says Analyst

An analyst has speculated that it will be very hard to find an iPhone X all the way through the first half of 2018. There are a couple of reasons why Apple is facing supply constraints.

TECH September 16, 2017

Vevo Just Got Hacked: 3.12 TB Of Videos, Documents, And More Released By OurMine

Over 3 TB of data were stolen from Vevo by OurMine and uploaded online briefly. It wasn’t supposed to be published publicly, but Vevo made a huge mistake.

TECH September 16, 2017

Farming Fish: Parrotfish Harvest From Their Favorite Corals

Parrotfish allow their favorite feeding spots to grow before making another harvest. This is not just beneficial to the fish, but to the coral reef as well.

SCIENCE September 16, 2017

Facebook Has Reportedly Given Special Counsel Robert Mueller More Details About Russian Ad Spending

Facebook has reportedly given special counsel Robert Mueller more information about Russian ad spending on its network during the 2016 presidential election. This is the latest development in the investigation of President Donald Trump’s alleged ties to Russia.

TECH September 16, 2017

Ancient Amphibians Had Fangs And Thousands Of Tiny Teeth

Ancient amphibians were found to have thousands of tiny teeth protruding from the roof of their mouths. The tiny teeth have a hook-like structure that points backward into the mouth.

SCIENCE September 16, 2017

Google Chrome To Automatically Block Autoplay Videos With Sound And Allow Users To Mute Sites

Google will soon bring changes to Chrome that will make users less annoyed with autoplaying videos. The browser will soon block autoplaying content with sound and let users mute sites individually.

TECH September 16, 2017

North American Ash Tree, Madagascan Grasshopper On Brink Of Extinction

Five North American ash tree species and almost half of the Madagascan grasshopper species are now listed as Critically Endangered. A bat from Australia officially goes extinct, as snow leopards bounce back.

SCIENCE September 16, 2017

Craig Federighi Tells Everything You Need To Know About Face ID On iPhone X

Face ID is quite probably the biggest feature on iPhone X, but it has raised several security concerns. Apple exec Craig Federighi has addressed such concerns in a new interview, explaining how accurate, fast, and secure Face ID is.

TECH September 16, 2017

Pitch Black Exoplanet: Hot Jupiter WASP-12b Reflects No Light

Albedo measurements of the exoplanet WASP-12b suggest that the hot Jupiter, located about 1,400 light years away, appears pitch black. What causes the gas giant to reflect no light?

SCIENCE September 15, 2017

Shape-Shifting Bacteria: Behavior Of E.Coli Aboard ISS Could Pose Risk To Future Space Explorations

E.coli bacteria sent to the International Space Station were observed to change shape after being subjected with the antibiotic that kills them on Earth. What does this mean to future space explorations?

SCIENCE September 15, 2017

Ana, Junkrat, And The Volskaya Map From 'Overwatch' Will Soon Join 'Heroes Of The Storm'

Healing sniper Ana and explosives maniac Junkrat from 'Overwatch' will join 'Heroes of the Storm' in an upcoming update. The Volskaya map from the multiplayer shooter will also soon arrive to Blizzard's MOBA.

CULTURE September 15, 2017

Apple Kills Watch Series 2: It’s Either The Original Apple Watch Or Series 3

The Apple Watch Series 2 is now officially dead. With the new Apple Watch Series 3 having LTE, Apple simply couldn’t see the relevance of its second-generation smartwatch.

TECH September 15, 2017

Google Pays Women Less Than Men, Puts Them In Positions Where They’re Less Likely To Be Promoted, Lawsuit Claims

Former Google employees have filed a lawsuit accusing Google of paying women less for the same work as men and assigning them positions where they’re less likely to get promoted. This is the latest rupture in Silicon Valley’s sexism problem.

TECH September 15, 2017

The iPhone X Can Keep Up With The MacBook Pro, Thanks To The A11 Bionic Chip

Benchmark scores have shown that the iPhone X is capable of keeping up with the latest 13-inch MacBook Pro. The amazing performance is made possible by the latest Apple processor, the A11 Bionic chip.

TECH September 15, 2017

Google Parent Alphabet Adds To Uber's Problems With Rumored $1 Billion Investment In Lyft

Google parent Alphabet is reportedly considering to make a $1 billion investment into ride-hailing startup Lyft. This would make it an even bigger thorn on the side of Uber, which is in a legal battle with Alphabet's self-driving unit Waymo.

TECH September 15, 2017

Let’s Talk About That Notch On The iPhone X: Worst Design Decision By Apple In Years?

With an almost bezel-less display and a notch at the top, the iPhone X is perhaps Apple’s most radically designed iPhone yet but radically doesn’t always mean good.

TECH September 15, 2017

WATCH: Biologist Shocks His Arm With Electric Eel For Science

A researcher found that electric eels can deliver a larger amount of electricity out of the water than in. He found out by allowing a juvenile eel electrocute his arm 10 times.

SCIENCE September 15, 2017

Hospital Staff Cited, Doctors Suspended For Photos Of Patient's Genital Injury

The staff of a Pennsylvania hospital were cited after photographs and videos of a patient's genitals circulated among staff members. The patient was under anesthesia when the photos and videos were taken.

HEALTH September 15, 2017

Nintendo Unleashes Shirtless Mario For 'Super Mario Odyssey': Here Are The Funniest Reactions Online

Nintendo has unleashed shirtless Mario to the world in promotional images for 'Super Mario Odyssey' for the Nintendo Switch. Here are some of the funniest reactions online to Mario's nipples.

CULTURE September 15, 2017

New Xbox One Tech Will Give You More Hard Drive Space And Make Downloads Faster

Microsoft is reportedly working on new Xbox One technology known internally as Intelligent Delivery. The system will open up hard drive space and make downloads faster by allowing users to download only the assets that they need for their games.

CULTURE September 15, 2017

Here’s A List Of Motorola Phones Getting Android Oreo: No Moto G4 And Moto G4 Plus, Sorry

Motorola has published a list of phones that are getting an Android Oreo 8.0 update. It’s quite a hefty list, sure, but compatibility will still depend on carriers.

TECH September 15, 2017

Rumored Bose QuietComfort 35 II Headphones Will Have Google Assistant And Here's What You Can Do With It

Bose will release a new pair of smart wireless headphones. Several leaks suggest that the company’s new QuietComfort 35 II will be powered with Google Assistant, cost the same as its predecessor, and also have 20 hours of battery life.

TECH September 15, 2017

Experts Name New Species Of Prehistoric Crocodile From Texas

Researchers describe a new species of a massive prehistoric dinosaur that was found in a prime fossil area in Texas. The Deltasuchus motherali was so large it could grow up to 20 feet.

SCIENCE September 15, 2017

Here's How The Armor Emblazoned With A Hate Symbol Got Into 'Destiny 2' According To Bungie

Bungie now has an explanation for the hate symbol that made it into 'Destiny 2,' from how it happened to how it got past its watchful eye.

CULTURE September 15, 2017

Teen Dies From Hairball Infection: What Is Rapunzel Syndrome?

A teenager from the UK died from complications brought about by an infected hairball in her stomach. How did this happen, and what exactly is Rapunzel syndrome?

HEALTH September 14, 2017

The Essential Phone Will Bring Back The Headphone Jack; Android 8.0 Oreo Update Coming Soon

In a Reddit AMA with Andy Rubin, it was revealed that the Essential Phone will revive the headphone jack through an accessory, and that the Android 8.0 Oreo update is coming soon. Will you be buying the $700 smartphone now?

TECH September 14, 2017

Google Puts Up Billboard For Oct. 4 Event: Can The Pixel 2 Take The Spotlight Away From The iPhone X?

Google has put up a billboard confirming an event on Oct. 4 that’ll be about asking more of your phone. This is most definitely the reveal date for the new Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2.

TECH September 14, 2017

Hormone Replacement Therapy Won’t Cause Early Death, Long-Term Study Finds

Hormone therapy might be safe after all. A new study has found that hormone replacement therapy, which is linked to premature death, did not significantly affect death rates of women who participated in the Women’s Health Initiative’s hormone therapy trials.

HEALTH September 14, 2017

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