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Regular Use Of Herbal Supplement Kratom May Lead To Drug Dependence

A 2014 study showed that half of those who regularly used kratom for six months developed kratom dependency. Besides addiction, here are other potential side effects of using the herbal supplement.

Health February 9, 2018

You Should Really Tell Your Doctor About Your Bucket List: Here’s Why

A bucket list is an important list of goals one hopes to achieve before they leave Earth permanently. According to a new study, it’s better if your doctor knows what’s in your list.

Health February 9, 2018

Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition Review Roundup: Mobile Version Keeps The Game's Heart In Cute Little Package

'Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition' is now available for iOS and Android devices, with the first chapter free to play. Early reviews say that it is a must-try game and worth the $20 price to unlock all chapters.

Culture February 9, 2018

Google Maps Go Beta Now Open For All: What Does It Bring?

The Google Maps Go beta expanded its availability to more markets including the United States. The app is now available for download, so here's what it brings.

Tech February 9, 2018

Deep-Sea Marine Animals Use Heat From Hydrothermal Vents To Hatch Eggs Faster

Deep-sea skates, relatives of the sharks and rays, were laying their eggs near hydrothermal vents. The marine animals are strategically placing their eggs in warmer water likely to speed up the development of their embryos.

Science February 9, 2018

Murder-Suicide Case Linked To New Mother's Postpartum Depression?

A Missouri family was found dead in their home in an apparent case of murder-suicide. Could a pregnancy-related mood disorder possibly be to blame for the tragedy?

Health February 9, 2018

Say Hello To The Royole Selfie Stick, Goodbye To The Traditional Selfie Stick

The Royole selfie stick won the Innovation on Honoree Award during this year's CES 2018 event. We sat down with Bill Liu, Royole's Founder and CEO, about winning the award at CES 2018, the Royole selfie stick, and its new technology.

Tech February 9, 2018

Google Could Soon Let Users Text From The Web With Android Messages

A future version of Android Messages could allow users to pair their smartphones with their PCs and send texts from the web. More features are in the works, an APK teardown suggests.

Tech February 9, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9 Headphone Jack Seen In New DeX Pad Leak

A new leak shows the upcoming Galaxy S9 and Samsung DeX Pad ahead of their debut on Feb. 25. Based on these images, the Galaxy S9 will retain the 3.5mm headphone jack.

Tech February 9, 2018

Tiny 3D Glasses On Mantis Reveal New Form of Stereo Vision

Praying mantises evidently have a unique way of utilizing their 3D vision. Instead of looking at all the details like human eyes do, praying mantises are only concerned with one thing: their moving prey.

Science February 9, 2018

Snapchat Create Your Own Lens Tool Unleashed: Here's How It Works

Snapchat rolled out a Create Your Own Lens tool that allows users to make customized Lenses. The usage of the tool is free, but making the custom Lens available to other users will come at a cost.

Tech February 9, 2018

Scientists Grow Human Eggs Ready To Be Fertilized

For the first time, researchers grow human eggs from the earliest stage to a point these are ready to be fertilized. How can the technology help girls with childhood cancer?

Health February 9, 2018

Customers Now Suing Google For Google Pixel Microphone Defects

There’s now a class action lawsuit against Google over microphone issues on the original Pixel and Pixel XL handsets. If you don’t have a defective Pixel handset, here’s how you might still qualify.

Tech February 9, 2018

Contagious Stomach Bug Hits 2018 Winter Olympics In South Korea

The norovirus, which causes diarrhea and vomiting, infected security personnel hired for the 2018 Winter Olympics. Some 1,200 individuals are now quarantined to contain the spread of infection.

Health February 9, 2018

Google Chrome Will Soon Mark HTTP Websites As 'Not Secure': Time To Switch To HTTPS?

Starting with Chrome 68, Google will blatantly mark all HTTP websites as 'not secure.' This should further push the owners of these websites to upgrade with HTTPS encryption, which provides protection against information interception and malware injection.

Tech February 9, 2018

Millions Of Mosquitoes Released In Miami: Here's Why This Is A Good Thing

Millions of mosquitoes were released in South Miami's Brewers Park. The mosquitoes, however, are special, as they are bred in a laboratory to carry the naturally occurring Wolbachia bacteria, which will help control the insect's population.

Health February 9, 2018

You Will Soon Be Able To Buy Nintendo Switch Games With My Nintendo Gold Points

Members will soon be able to use their My Nintendo Gold Points to buy Nintendo Switch games and downloadable content. My Nintendo subscribers earn 5 percent of the amount that they pay when buying digital titles.

Culture February 9, 2018

Facebook Reportedly Testing A Feature Everyone Has Always Wanted: A Downvote Button

Some users are seeing a new downvote button on Facebook, which apparently should be a nice alternative to the much-requested dislike button. However, Facebook doesn’t want you to think it’s anything close to a dislike button.

Tech February 9, 2018

The First Woman To Win A Major 'StarCraft II' Tourney Is Sasha 'Scarlett' Hostyn

Starcraft II finally got its first female champion during the Intel Extreme Masters tournament in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Sasha 'Scarlett' Hostyn was victorious and established a new diversity milestone for eSports.

Culture February 9, 2018

Facebook Messenger Is Getting A New Feature Called 'Your Emoji' To Let Your Friends Know Your Mood

Facebook confirmed that its Messenger app is about to get a new feature. The company currently calls it 'Your Emoji' and is designed to flaunt the user's mood via icons.

Tech February 9, 2018

Twitch Updates Guidelines: ‘Hate Simply Has No Place In The Twitch Community’

Twitch just laid down a revised set of policies to combat harassment, sexual content, and hate speech proliferating the site. Surprisingly, the policies extend beyond its own platform.

Tech February 9, 2018

Fortnite's Valentine's Day Goodies Revealed: Skins, Crossbow, And More

Epic Games released updated patch notes for Fortnite regarding its Valentine's Day update. The new version will include new skins, weapons, bug fixes, and more.

Culture February 9, 2018

Twitter Still Loses Users In US, But Has Its First Profitable Quarter In 12 Years

Twitter posted its financial results and for the first time in 12 years, it actually had a profitable quarter. On the downside, the social network is still losing users in the United States.

Tech February 9, 2018

This New Drug May Reverse The Damaging Effects Of Alcohol On The Brain

Tandospirone is already used as a treatment for depression and anxiety in Japan and China. Now, researchers who conducted animal studies found it may also help reverse the effects of heavy alcohol use on the brain.

Health February 9, 2018

Destiny 2 Crimson Days Event For Valentine's Day Is Coming With Lots Of Rewards

Bungie revealed the latest details on 'Destiny 2' Valentine's Day special event. Called Crimson Days, it will reportedly offer new loot and cosmetic items.

Culture February 9, 2018

Sorry, Broadcom: Qualcomm Isn’t Giving In On Your $121 Billion Acquisition Offer

Qualcomm has once again rejected Broadcom’s takeover bid, regardless of the significantly increased purchase price at $121 billion. But the shareholders might have a final say early March.

Tech February 9, 2018

After Pornhub, Reddit Is Also Banning Communities That Share AI-Generated ‘Deepfakes’ Celebrity Porn Videos

Reddit has shut down the deepfakes subreddit and other similar communities who share and distribute fake celebrity porn. These types of videos are made without the consent of the actors and powered by artificial intelligence.

Tech February 9, 2018

Scientists Create 'Superionic Ice' That May Also Exist On Uranus And Neptune

Scientists have recently created superionic ice on Earth, believed to be found on icy giant planets. It is a strange form of ice that is simultaneously liquid and solid.

Science February 8, 2018

President Trump Faces Off Against Kim Jong-un In Winter Olympics Game By theScore

theScore, a news app that provides the latest sports scores, has updated its mobile app for iOS and Android. The app now features a mini-game where users can watch Trump go skiing in the Winter Olympics.

Tech February 8, 2018

13 Best Valentine’s Day Gifts For The Tech Geek In Your Life

Valentine’s Day is coming up quickly after January took more than two months to come to an end. Getting a gift for the tech geek of your life can be tough, look at this list to get an idea of something that they will love.

Sponsored February 8, 2018

The Sun Will Be Dimmer By 2050

Physicist predicted that the sun will emit less radiation by the mid-century because of an event known as Grand Minimum. What happens when the sun emits less UV radiation than normal?

Science February 8, 2018

Millions Of Viruses And Bacteria Raining Down On Earth Every Day And We Don’t Even Know It

For the first time, scientists were able to measure the quantity of viruses and bacteria in the Earth's atmosphere. They were surprised to know that enormous viruses and bacteria are falling down on Earth daily.

Science February 8, 2018

Ozone Layer Depletion Caused By Ancient Volcanic Eruptions Contributed To Earth's Largest Mass Extinction

The depletion of the ozone layer caused by periodic volcanic eruptions has contributed to the largest mass extinction event Earth has experienced. How did the phenomenon lead to the collapse of the biosphere?

Science February 8, 2018

TRAPPIST-1 Planets Are Rocky And May Have Water

A new study shows that the planets found in the TRAPPIST-1 system are more Earth-like than previously thought. The planets were found to possibly have as much as 250 times more water than Earth.

Science February 8, 2018

Last Piece Of Fatberg Now Being Displayed In London Museum

The last remaining chunk of the 130-ton fatberg found in the sewers of London is now being displayed at the Museum of London. It clogged sewers and was made up of oil, sanitary wipes, and trash.

Health February 8, 2018

Apple Tells GitHub To Remove Leaked iOS Source Code 'iBoot'

Apple has ordered the leaked iOS source code iBoot removed from GitHub. The company insisted there is no security threat following the leak, which could lead to the discovery of system vulnerabilities and creation of iOS jailbreak.

Tech February 8, 2018

Google Video Game Streaming Service In The Works: Google Yeti Will Challenge PlayStation Now

Google is working on a video game streaming service similar to Sony's PlayStation Now for the PlayStation 4. Codenamed Google Yeti, the service will likely launch with a Google-made console and controller.

Tech February 8, 2018

Cow Urine Being Planned To Be Sold As A Health Drink In India

In India, where cows are sacred, cow waste is seen to have various practical and health benefits. Cow urine may soon be sold as a health drink in one of its states.

Health February 8, 2018

Google Entices Android Owners To Use Google+ With 'Brand New' Version

Google is scheduled to update Google+ for Android soon. The new version reworked the core program and other useful features.

Tech February 8, 2018

Fake Doctor Arrested After Allegedly Infecting Dozens Of People With HIV In India

A fake doctor in India infected dozens of people with HIV by using the same syringe on multiple patients. He was arrested by the authorities and is set to face several charges in court.

Health February 8, 2018

Amazon Prime Now Adds Whole Foods Groceries For Free 2-Hour Delivery

The Amazon Prime Now delivery service now covers Whole Foods groceries as well, with free two-hour deliveries. The option is only available in four markets for now, but Amazon plans to expand it nationwide.

Tech February 8, 2018

Goodbye, Starman: Floating Tesla Roadster Now Heading Toward The Asteroid Belt

Starman has officially gone dark. The mannequin astronaut riding a Tesla Roadster through space is now heading toward the Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter.

Science February 8, 2018

Take-Two: Grand Theft Auto V Sells 90 Million Units, CEO Says Company Is ‘Focused On Players, Not Payers’

Take-Two Interactive has confirmed that ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ has shipped 90 million copies globally. So what makes the game such a success? CEO Strauss Zelnick explains.

Culture February 8, 2018

Google Makes Booking Hotels, Flights On Your Phone A Lot Easier

Google announced an incoming update intended to make traveling manageable via a smartphone. The new function will keep flights and hotel reservations accessible on a single page.

Tech February 8, 2018

Limiting Consumption Of Amino Acid Found In Asparagus Stopped Spread Of Breast Cancer To Other Organs

Researchers discovered that limiting the intake of the amino acid asparagine also slowed down the spread of breast cancer. Food intake has been linked to cancer growth in the past, and this new study is another example of the connection.

Health February 8, 2018

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