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Your First Look At Red Hydrogen One, The First Holographic Smartphone

Red is making big promises with its upcoming Hydrogen One phone, chief of which is the device’s supposedly holographic display. Can the camera maker deliver?

Tech May 21, 2018

Screen Sharing Comes To Google Duo: Here’s How It Works

Tech support, now on Google Duo. The video calling app now lets users share whatever is happening on their screens, but for now the feature doesn't seem to be working as well as Google wants.

Tech May 21, 2018

TeenSafe Isn't Safe: Teen Monitoring App Usernames And Passwords Stored Without Encryption

Teen phone monitoring app TeenSafe suffered a major data breach that leaked thousands of Apple ID usernames and passwords.The app allows parents to monitor their kids' phone activity, including text messages, phone logs, location, and web browsing history.

Tech May 21, 2018

The Fifth Element Director Luc Besson Accused Of Drugging, Raping Woman In Paris

Luc Besson is the latest to be accused of rape, adding to the growing list of men in Hollywood alleged with sexual misconduct. Besson denies the allegations against him.

Culture May 21, 2018

Doctors Are Convincing More Men With Low-Risk Prostate Cancer To Reject Aggressive Treatment: Study

A study found that men who choose not to undergo aggressive treatment for their low-risk prostate cancer are increasing. The study highlighted the importance of active surveillance versus overtreatment.

Health May 21, 2018

You Can Now Order The Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor All-Drive

Elon Musk finally announced the highly anticipated dual-motor, all-wheel drive, and performance versions of the Tesla Model 3. The Tesla CEO made the announcement via a series of tweets on Saturday, May 19.

Tech May 21, 2018

Scientists Confirm Adolf Hitler Died In 1945: Study Of Hitler’s Teeth Suggests Probable Causes Of Death

French researchers were hopeful that they could finally put an end to numerous conspiracy theories regarding the real cause of Adolf Hitler’s death. The team was given the special privilege to examine fragments of Hitler’s teeth.

Feature May 21, 2018

Study Says Tinder Users Don’t Have More Casual Sex Than Nonusers

Researchers surveyed the Tinder usage of 600 students ranging from ages 19 to 29. The survey revealed that users do not acquire more casual sex partners than those who are not Tinder users but similarly engage in casual sex.

Health May 21, 2018

Banned Ozone-Depleting Chemical Possibly Still Being Produced: What Are Chlorofluorocarbons?

Why is it important to keep chlorofluorocarbon emissions down? The chemicals actively destroy the ozone, which could potentially lead to our exposure to harmful radiation.

Science May 21, 2018

Paper Suggests Octopuses Came From Space: Here's Why Octopuses Are So Fascinating

Is it possible that octopuses really originated from outer space? Many scientists disagree, but the creatures are so unique, intelligent, and complex that they're really out of this world.

Science May 21, 2018

Research Finds How Long-Term Social Isolation Changes The Brain

Socially isolated mice were found to be more aggressive, persistently fearful, and hypersensitive to threat stimuli. Researchers found specific brain chemistry changes associated with social isolation-related behavior, but they also found a potential treatment.

Health May 21, 2018

Apple HomePod Under Beats Brand With Cheaper $199 Price Tag In The Works?

A cheaper Apple HomePod is reportedly on the way, with a price tag of $199 compared to $349 for the current version. The new device will also allegedly be released under the Beats brand.

Tech May 21, 2018

3D Headphones Start-Up Ossic Shuts Down After Raising Almost $6 Million: New Entry In List Of Crowdfunding Failures

The Ossic X 3D audio headphones will no longer be released after start-up Ossic said that it was shutting down. The closure of Ossic comes despite raising nearly $6 million from crowdfunding initiatives.

Tech May 21, 2018

Laser Blasts From Ant Nebula Signal ‘Dramatic’ Death Of A Twin Star System

Unusual laser beams were detected in the core of Ant Nebula as shown in the data by the Herschel Space Observatory. Astronomers said this phenomenon could mean the presence of a two-star system.

Science May 21, 2018

Artificial Intelligence May Help Prevent Thousands Of Cancer Deaths Per Year By 2033: UK PM Pledges Funding

Artificial intelligence may help prevent 22,000 cancer deaths every year starting 2033 through early diagnosis of the disease. UK Prime Minister Theresa May pledged millions of British pounds in government funding to help in the development of the AI technology.

Health May 21, 2018

The First Private Rocket Launch In China Reaches 127,000 Feet: Following The Footsteps Of SpaceX

OneSpace Technologies became the first among private space companies in China to launch a rocket, after the successful maiden flight of the OS-X. OneSpace is following the footsteps of SpaceX, which is behind the Falcon 9 rocket.

Science May 20, 2018

North Korea Hackers Use Android Apps With Malware To Harass Defectors

A North Korea hacking team used Google Play Store apps with malware to track, threaten, and blackmail people who escaped from the authoritarian country. The defectors were invited to download the seemingly innocent apps through Facebook.

Tech May 20, 2018

Sea Of Thieves Update Lets You Form A Crew With Only Your Friends

Rare released a 'Sea of Thieves' update that added one of the most requested feature: having a private crew. Players now have the option to form an open crew with random people or a friends-only crew.

Culture May 20, 2018

DirecTV Now Is Getting Beefier With Cloud DVR And New UI

A new announcement made by AT&T confirmed the arrival of its promised Cloud DVR service for DirecTV. The new update will allow users to record up to 20 hours of content and access them remotely with its new UI on iOS and tvOS.

Tech May 20, 2018

Australian Marsupials That Die After Sex Are Now Endangered, And Humans Share The Blame

Two species of antechinus, best known for males dying after reproduction, are now on the endangered list. However, it is not their suicidal reproduction method that is threatening their survival.

Science May 20, 2018

Google Chrome 66 Autoplay Policy Removed After It Broke Web Games And Apps

Google updated Chrome to remove the autoplay policy affecting web-based games and applications. Chrome 66 introduced this feature to combat annoying ads, but users may have to wait until October for Google to remedy this issue.

Tech May 20, 2018

Microsoft's Latest Windows 10 Update Bricks Some PCs: How To Roll Back To Previous Version

The first cumulative patch for the Windows 10 April 2018 update is bricking some PCs, so wait for Microsoft to fix the issue before updating. If it's too late, here's how to roll back to a previous Windows 10 build.

Tech May 20, 2018

Radical Heights Won't Be Around Long As Dev Boss Key Productions Closes Up Shop

Boss Key Productions announced the end of its three-year life. According to co-founder Cliff Bleszinski, both the studio's titles 'Lawbreakers' and 'Radical Heights' failed to gain enough traction.

Culture May 20, 2018

Rabies Alert: Health Officials Issue Warning In Indian River County After Cat Tests Positive

The Florida Department of Health in Indian River issued a rabies alert in Indian River County on Tuesday, May 15 after a stray cat tested positive for rabies. The alert is set to last 60 days.

Health May 20, 2018

How A New App Called Siempo Will End Your Smartphone Addiction Once And For All

Siempo is an app that allows users to end their smartphone addictions. It offers a white background and bland icons that help prevent smartphone distractions.

Tech May 19, 2018

Google Wifi's Network Check Can Now Tell You Your Devices' Connection Strength

Google just announced the new Network Check update coming to Google Wifi. The new feature will let users test each device's quality of connection to the Wi-Fi network.

Tech May 19, 2018

Salmonella Outbreak From Caterer Sickens 70 People And Hospitalizes 4 In Newton County, Georgia

At least 70 people in Newton County, Georgia received medical treatment following a salmonella outbreak. Officials believe that a local catering company caused the outbreak.

Health May 19, 2018

Google Chrome To Say Farewell To ‘Secure’ URL Label For HTTPS Websites

Google Chrome announced that it would remove a security feature in September. The web platform will automatically assume that HTTPS-powered websites are safe for internet users to enter.

Tech May 19, 2018

Nokia X6 Launches With Dual Cameras, Display Notch, Android 8.1 And 19:9 Screen

HMD Global officially unveiled the new Nokia X6, its first smartphone with a display notch. The handset also has a 19:9 aspect ratio, dual cameras, and more neat specs on a budget.

Tech May 19, 2018

Amazon Prime Perks: Subscribers Get 10 Percent Discount On Sale Items At Whole Foods

A new perk from Amazon Prime is extended for shoppers at Whole Foods Market. Members can apparently avail an additional 10 percent discount on items that are on sale on a weekly basis.

Tech May 19, 2018

Netgear's Arlo Security Light System Will Keep Your Home Safe From Intruders

Netgear has launched a new smart home security product: the Arlo Security Light. The motion-activated light system will work in tandem with Arlo's security cameras and will be available for purchase on May 25.

Tech May 19, 2018

Fortnite Gaming Tips: Where Can You Find Rubber Duckies?

Now that Fortnite season 4 was officially launched, a new list of weekly challenges is up for grabs. There are 10 rubber duckies scattered around the map, and this guide will show players where to find them.

Culture May 19, 2018

Cheaper Microsoft Surface Tablet To Challenge Apple's $329 iPad: Report

Microsoft is reportedly working on a redesigned Surface line, aiming to launch smaller and cheaper tablets in the second half of this year. The new Surface tablets will purportedly compete against Apple's $329 iPad.

Tech May 19, 2018

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Features Will Include Bixby 2.0 Instead Of In-Display Fingerprint Sensor

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9, instead of the in-display fingerprint scanner, will debut Bixby 2.0. The digital assistant, however, fails to inspire the same excitement for the Galaxy Note 8 successor.

Tech May 18, 2018

'Fortnite Mobile' Android Release Date Set For Summer: New Features On The Way Too

'Fortnite Mobile' will finally launch on Android this summer, but Epic Games did not provide a specific release date. The developer also revealed new features and improvements for the mobile game, including voice chat.

Culture May 18, 2018

Researchers Say More Young People Are Selecting Marijuana As Their First Drug

Researchers discovered that teenagers today are more likely to choose marijuana as their first drug instead of tobacco or alcohol. The number of teens abstaining from drugs has also increased.

Health May 18, 2018

Google May Have Faked Its Duplex AI Demo That Freaked Everyone Out

Google came under fire for creating AI so advanced that it mimicked a human voice down to the speech patterns. This outrage may have been in vain as the company is skirting questions about the demonstration.

Tech May 18, 2018

‘Kingdom Hearts 3’ Brings Classic Disney Characters, ‘Toy Story' In Gameplay Teaser

Square Enix debuted exclusive gameplay from the highly anticipated 'Kingdom Hearts 3.' The game trailer featured several familiar characters and worlds, plus it marked the debut of several Pixar characters.

Culture May 18, 2018

NASA Exoplanet Hunter TESS Takes Test Image As It Gets Gravity Boost From The Moon

NASA's exoplanet hunting spacecraft TESS snapped a photograph as it made its way pay the moon, thanks to a gravity assist. TESS will be hunting for exoplanets and is expected to find thousands.

Science May 18, 2018

How Teachers Are Using Emojis To Help Students Learn About Shakespeare

Some educators are incorporating emojis into lesson plans to teach students about Shakespeare. Other educators oppose the concept, saying that it will cause students to fall behind.

Tech May 18, 2018

China Launching Satellite To Study Far Side Of The Moon On May 21

China is getting ready to launch its satellite that will study the far side of the Moon, which is tidally locked and perpetually facing away from Earth. The satellite is a preparation for a rover China will send in the future.

Science May 18, 2018

A Third Of The World’s Wildlife Areas Are Vulnerable To Human Activities

The University of Queensland released a new study that revealed that over one-third of the planet’s wildlife conservations are vulnerable to human activities. The activities include road building, grazing, and urbanization.

Science May 18, 2018

NASA Will Test A New Method To Fix Mars Curiosity Rover's Drill On May 19

NASA is testing a new technique that might allow the Mars Curiosity rover to drill again. In 2016, a mechanical failure with the brake caused the drill to stop working.

Science May 18, 2018

Bill Gates Tells Story About The 2 Times He Explained To Donald Trump The Difference Between HPV And HIV

Bill Gates told a story to an audience where it showed that the current president of the United States doesn't know the difference between HPV and HIV. Gates had to explain the difference between the two on two separate occasions.

Health May 18, 2018

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Believes That The Internet Will Have Its Own Currency

Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey announced his vision of a united internet currency during his visit to the 2018 Consensus blockchain conference. Dorsey revealed that he championed bitcoin as the preferred internet currency.

Tech May 18, 2018

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