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Small Island In The Philippines Has 4 New Species Of Worm-Eating Mice

Scientists have found that a small island in the Philippines was able to host four different species of mice that developed over time. It is the smallest space ever documented to have evolved new mammals.

Science May 16, 2018

Stephen Hawking's Final Book 'Brief Answers to the Big Question' Will Be Released In October 2018

UK publisher John Murray announced it is releasing Stephen Hawking's final book in October 2018. The book will cover artificial intelligence, black holes, and alien intelligence.

Science May 16, 2018

Echo Dot Kids Raises Privacy Concerns: Why Parents Shouldn't Buy The New Smart Speaker

Amazon recently went under fire over some concerns about the potential harm of Echo Dot Kids. Amid the issues presented by experts and lawmakers, should parents still buy it for their kids?

Tech May 16, 2018

More Children Ending Up In Hospitals For Suicidal Tendencies

Researchers found that children’s hospital and emergency room visits for suicidal tendencies have increased more than twice since 2008. They also found that schools may have played a role in the increased rate of hospitalization.

Health May 16, 2018

Rumor: 'iPhone X 2' Might Be $100 Cheaper

A rumor sourced from the iPhone X 2 supply chain insiders has it that a price drop might be on the way. A recent letter from Ralph Nader likewise suggested to Apple to lower the price of its next flagship phone by at least $100.

Tech May 16, 2018

HTC’s Latest Android Smartphone Is Powered By Blockchain

HTC’s upcoming Blockchain phone, called Exodus, will support all sorts of cryptocurrencies. These phones might even serve as nodes for HTC’s vision of a native blockchain network.

Tech May 16, 2018

AI-Powered Google News App Replaces Google Play Newsstand In The App Store: What iOS Users Can Expect

Google launched its News app on the iOS app store to replace the older Play Newsstand app. The updated program divides relevant news into sections that will hopefully make it easy for readers to choose the news that matters

Tech May 16, 2018

Physically Exhausting Jobs May Shorten Men’s Lifespan: Study

Working out is good for your health. Or is it? A new study has found that physically demanding jobs may actually endanger your overall health.

Health May 16, 2018

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Gets Bluetooth SIG Certification: Launch Imminent?

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 made its way to the Bluetooth SIG on May 15, receiving the necessary certification. This indicates that it might soon hit the market, so here's what to expect.

Tech May 16, 2018

Mr. Robot’s Rami Malek Turns Into Freddie Mercury In ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Biopic: Check Out The Trailer

Rami Malek is Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in the upcoming biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,' the trailer for which has now been released. Will the film explore the iconic musician’s bisexuality?

Culture May 16, 2018

On The Way To Mars, NASA Satellite Snaps A Photo Of Earth And Moon

The MarCO CubeSats accompanying the InSight lander headed to Mars wanted to check if the journey is going well, so it snapped a photo of its antenna. But there were a couple of photobombers.

Science May 16, 2018

How Did Dinosaurs Hatch Their Eggs Without Crushing Them? Carefully, Researchers Say

Researchers believe that they have figured out how dinosaurs hatched their eggs without crushing them, beyond the answer of 'carefully.' Scientists were able to understand the incubating behavior of oviraptorosaurs by studying 40 fossils of their nests.

Science May 16, 2018

Autistic Trait In Early Humans Linked To Ice Age Art Revolution

Experts concluded that early humans with autistic trait led an art revolution during the Ice Age. Their ability to focus on detail, an aptitude attributed to people with autism, also helped them create complex hunting tools for their survival.

Science May 16, 2018

‘Lost’ And Found Asteroid Safely Sweeps Past Earth On May 15

Asteroid 2010 WC9, an Apollo-type space rock, made a safe flyby close to Earth on May 15. NASA said it is the closest distance it can get for at least two centuries.

Science May 16, 2018

WHO Wants Trans Fat Out Of Food Supply: Types Of Food To Avoid To Cut Back On Trans Fats

World Health Organization recently released a plan to help countries wipe out trans fats from the global food supply in the next five years. Here's how one can restrict the consumption of the artery-clogging fat.

Health May 16, 2018

PlayStation Vita Physical Games Will End Production In 2019: Death Of PS Vita Draws Near

Sony will soon end production of PlayStation Vita physical games, but digital distribution will remain. Fans of the portable console, however, should start saying their goodbyes, as the death of the PlayStation Vita draws near.

Culture May 16, 2018

The Microsoft Surface Hub 2 Is A 50.5-Inch Digital Whiteboard With Extremely Thin Bezels

Microsoft is trying to reinvent office collaborations with its follow-up to the Surface Hub, called Surface Hub 2. It’s a 50.5-inch touchscreen whiteboard with a resolution higher than 4K that specializes in team-based workspaces.

Tech May 16, 2018

Fortnite Players Keep Taking Their Complaints To 'Epic Loot Games' Instead Of Epic Games

Confused 'Fortnite' players kept taking out their frustrations and voicing their complaints to a hobby shop instead of the game developer. The confusion stemmed from Epic Loot Games being so close to the name of Epic Games.

Culture May 16, 2018

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Linked To Hormone Imbalance Before Birth, Possible Treatment Developed: Study

Researchers found the specific hormone that may be responsible for the development of PCOS. Fortunately, they were also able to find a potential treatment for it.

Health May 16, 2018

Nintendo Will Release A Famicom Mini Loaded With Manga Games, But Only In Japan

A Weekly Shonen Jump edition of the Famicom Mini is headed to Japan on July 7. Interested customers from America will have to ship it, though, as Nintendo doesn’t seem to be planning on a stateside rollout.

Culture May 16, 2018

Here's What's Coming To Chrome OS: SD Card Support, Gboard, Picture-In-Picture Mode, And More

Google announced a host of new features coming to Chrome OS. The Chrome OS 69 update will arrive in mid-September and will bring Picture-in-Picture mode, SD card support, and more.

Tech May 16, 2018

If Your Body Clock Is Messed Up, Your Mental Health Is At Risk

A new study established a link between biological clock disruptions and increased risk for mental health issues. People with increased nighttime activity, decreased daytime activity, or both were more likely to have symptoms of major depression or bipolar disorder.

Health May 16, 2018

'Pokémon' On Nintendo Switch Rumors Heat Up: 'Pokémon Yellow' Remakes, 'Pokémon GO' Connection, 2018 Launch

New 'Pokémon' for Nintendo Switch leaks are heating up the rumor mills. According to the latest leaks, the next 'Pokémon' games will be remakes of 'Pokémon Yellow,' and that they will somehow be connected to the 'Pokémon GO' mobile app.

Culture May 15, 2018

Apple Music Subscribers Surpass 50 Million, Says Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple Music subscribers have surpassed 50 million, Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an interview with Bloomberg TV that also involved Donald Trump and Apple original content. How soon will Apple Music overtake rival Spotify?

Tech May 15, 2018

Changes In Body Odor Can Indicate Malaria Among Asymptomatic Carriers

An international team of researchers classified the changes in the odor of people infected with malaria. The team hopes that the scent they identified could help them detect infections among asymptomatic carriers.

Health May 15, 2018

A Mysterious New Disease Is Destroying Florida's 360-Mile-Long Coral Reef

The 360-mile-long coral reef in Florida is in danger due to an unknown disease that is killing it. Scientists are researching on the corals to develop a cure for the disease.

Science May 15, 2018

Scientists Discover New Archaeal Lineage At Yellowstone National Park That Could Possibly Explain The Origin Of Life

Scientists have just discovered a new archaeal lineage at Yellowstone National Park. The discovery could help explain how early life began on Earth and possibly on Mars as well.

Science May 15, 2018

Facebook Reveals That It Eliminated 583 Million Fake Accounts, According To New Report

Facebook released its Community Standards Enforcement Report to showcase what the company did to protect its users. The report stated that it took down 837 million pieces of spam in the first quarter of 2018.

Tech May 15, 2018

Apple Strengthens Its Self-Driving Car Collection In California

Apple has increased its autonomous vehicle fleet with 55 self-driving cars. Eighty-three of the technology company’s employees are registered with the California Department of Motor Vehicles to operate the cars.

Tech May 15, 2018

Eating Yogurt May Help Reduce Chronic Inflammation, Study Says

A study done by a team from the University of Wisconsin at Madison found that consuming yogurt could reduce chronic inflammation. The university recruited premenopausal women for a nine-week experiment.

Health May 15, 2018

Scientists Say Earth's Acidic Streams Suggest 12,000 Olympic-Sized Pools Of Evidence Of Life On Mars

Scientists believe that there is a connection between the acidic streams on Earth and potential life on Mars. They studied acidic streams in Dorset, an area in the United Kingdom.

Science May 15, 2018

Scientists Transfer Memories From One Sea Slug Into Another Via Injection: How Are Memories Stored?

Scientists have achieved what seemed impossible, they have transferred a memory from one living organism to another. They were able to transplant the memories of sea slugs by moving genetic material from one to the other.

Science May 15, 2018

NASA Finds Evidence That Spacecraft Flew Through Water Plume On Jupiter's Moon Europa Back In 1997

Old data from the Jupiter probe Galileo shows that it flew through a water plume on the moon of Europa. Although the data has been available for more than 20 years, scientists were just able to see this now.

Science May 15, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus Deliver The Fastest Download Speeds

Ookla crowned the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus as the fastest phones in terms of download speeds. The figures revealed that the handsets performed better than iPhone X and Google Pixel 2.

Tech May 15, 2018

Offline Mode For Gmail Starts Rolling Out To Users: Here’s How To Enable It

Gmail’s offline mode, announced alongside the email client’s major redesign, now started rolling out to more users. With it, users can compose, read, and send emails even without a Wi-Fi connection.

Tech May 15, 2018

San Francisco, Chicago About To Get Amazon Go Cashierless Stores

Amazon Go, Amazon's cashierless convenience store, is coming to San Francisco and Chicago. The retailer confirmed the news after recently putting up an ad seeking for store managers for outlets in both cities.

Tech May 15, 2018

Snapchat Six-Second Ads Are Here, And You Can't Skip Them

The new type of advertisements that the company hinted about last month is now live on Snapchat. Unlike its predecessors, users can't skip the six-second ads.

Tech May 15, 2018

Researchers Say Most Tropical Species In Latin America Originated In The Amazon

A May 2018 study discovered that most of the tropical species currently found throughout Latin America came from the Amazon rainforest. The species had to evolve over time to adapt.

Science May 15, 2018

Confirmed: 'Rocket League' Cross-Platform Play Is Coming This Summer

Pysonix just revealed its plans for 'Rocket League' for this summer. One of the highlights is the cross-platform party support and the Rocket Pass system that will let users earn rewards.

Culture May 15, 2018

Guillermo Del Toro Is Making A Horror Anthology Series For Netflix

Netflix has ordered a horror anthology series to be helmed by Guillermo del Toro, famed for his iconic monsters and masterful command of the fantasy/horror genre. The show has yet to receive an episode count and premiere date.

Culture May 15, 2018

Microsoft’s Accessibility Controller For Xbox Leaks Ahead Of E3

Microsoft is reportedly unveiling a new Xbox accessibility controller at its upcoming E3 controllers. As with everything these days, the peripheral just got leaked on the internet.

Tech May 15, 2018

Blood Donor Saved Millions Of Babies: What Are The Benefits Of Donating Blood?

An Australian man with unique antibodies in his blood saved the lives of million of babies over the past 60 years. You do not need special blood to become a donor though, and donating blood comes with several benefits.

Health May 15, 2018

World's Fastest Water Heater Won't Be For Making Coffee: 100,000 Degrees In An Instant

Scientists created the world's fastest water heater, capable of heating water to 100,000 degrees Celsius in an instant. It is safe to say that it will not be used to make coffee, so what will the researchers do with it?

Science May 15, 2018

Future Android P Beta Confirmed To Bring Back The 'Clear All' Button

When the Android P beta removed the Clear All button from Recents, users asked for it back. Now an Android engineer has confirmed that it will come back in a future beta.

Tech May 15, 2018

This Robot Teaches Itself How To Help People Get Dressed

A robot at Georgia Institute of Technology is successfully helping people get dressed through simulations. Rather than relying on the sense of sight, the robot uses its sense of touch to perform the task.

Science May 15, 2018

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