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'Biggest iPhone Code Leak' On GitHub: Here's Why iBoot Leak Worries Security Experts

Someone has leaked iBoot on GitHub. There are missing files so it can’t be compiled, but hackers might still take advantage of this iPhone source code to find vulnerabilities in iOS and create jailbreaks.

Tech February 8, 2018

Square Enix Changed How Cloud Strife Looks In 'Final Fantasy VII Remake'

Screenshots posted at the 30th Anniversary Exhibition of the 'Final Fantasy' series revealed that Cloud will look different in the 'Final Fantasy VII Remake' after Square Enix made design changes. There is still no release date for the game though.

Culture February 8, 2018

The Asteroid That Killed The Dinosaurs Also Triggered Catastrophic Underwater Volcano Eruptions

A new study claimed that the asteroid crash 66 million years ago that wiped out the dinosaurs also triggered catastrophic underwater volcano eruptions. Some scientists, however, remain skeptical that the two events are connected.

Science February 8, 2018

Smart TVs Are Vulnerable To Hackers And Collect Too Much Data, Consumer Reports Says

An investigation by Consumer Reports revealed that smart TVs by Samsung and Roku carry easy-to-find flaws that hackers can exploit. The study also found that the internet-connected appliances may be collecting too much information from its viewers.

Tech February 8, 2018

Google Photos Has Got Your Back This Valentine's Day With Special Movies For Your Partner

Google has upgraded its Photos app in time for Valentine’s Day. Users can now create themed movies to celebrate the love shared with a special someone, and the new feature is available for the mobile and PC platforms.

Tech February 8, 2018

Cheddar Man: Britain's Dark-Skinned Ancestor Shows Pale Skin Of Europeans Is A Recent Phenomenon

The Cheddar Man, a hunter-gatherer who lived about 10,000 years ago, had dark skin and blue eyes. These traits are indicative of the physical characteristics of the population of Europe during his time.

Science February 8, 2018

Venus Flytraps Do Not Eat Insects That Pollinate Their Flowers

The Venus flytrap avoids eating bees and beetles that pollinate its flowers. How does the carnivorous plants avoid gobbling up pollinators that help it reproduce?

Science February 8, 2018

Apple Reportedly Discussing iPhone Financing Options With Goldman Sachs

Apple is reportedly in talks with investment bank Goldman Sachs, looking to offer financing options for customers who want to buy an Apple device. The talks are in the early stages for now, but could make Apple products more accessible.

Tech February 8, 2018

Brain Stimulation May Soon Help War Veterans With Memory Problem

An ongoing military project aims to help war veterans dealing with memory loss, especially those who have suffered traumatic brain injuries. The Restoring Active Memory project attempts to develop implantable technologies for memory restoration through deep brain stimulation.

Health February 8, 2018

Going to the doctor? Hundreds Of Physicians Are Now Using Google Glass In Their Visits

We recently had the opportunity to talk with Dr. Albert Chan, M.D., Sutter Health's Chief of Digital Patient Experience. He discussed why more doctors at Sutter Health are using Augmedix, a live transcription service that uses Google Glass, in addition to how it's changed the patient experience and allowed doctors more time to spend with their family members.

Tech February 8, 2018

Apple Watch And Other Wearables Can Detect Early Signs Of Diabetes, Study Finds

Apple Watch and other wearables are now capable of detecting diabetes early on. This is made possible by pairing the smartwatch with DeepHeart, an AI-based deep neural network with disease detection accuracy of 85 percent.

Tech February 7, 2018

Overwatch League's First Ever Female Pro Player Could Be Geguri

The 'Overwatch' League is rumored to get its first professional female player soon. Geguri, a South Korean Zarya player is reportedly in talks with the Shanghai Dragons.

Culture February 7, 2018

Snap Is Growing Faster Than Facebook In North America: Q4 Results Revealed

Snap posted its results for the fourth quarter of 2017 and it ended the year with solid stats. The company saw steady growth in North America, at a faster rate than Facebook.

Tech February 7, 2018

There's A New Tech Support Scam Around That Freezes Google Chrome

Malwarebytes confirmed that scammers have a new method that causes Google Chrome to become unresponsive. Users are prompted to contact a paid tech support number to help resolve the issue.

Tech February 7, 2018

Beetles Eaten By Toads Can Escape From Their Predators’ Stomach Using Hot Chemical Spray

The bombardier beetle uses a toxic chemical secretion to escape its predator even after it gets ingested. It can also survive up to 107 minutes inside the toad's stomach.

Science February 7, 2018

More Than Skin Deep: Acne May Increase Risk For Major Depression

People with acne are at greater risk of suffering from major depression compared with those without the skin condition. Experts have advice on how to deal with the emotional effects of acne.

Health February 7, 2018

Herbal Supplement Kratom Contains Opioid, FDA Issues Public Warning

The Food and Drug Administration warned the public against using the herbal supplement Kratom because of its addictive properties. The unregulated supplement, which is used to treat pain, anxiety and drug dependence, is linked to 44 deaths.

Health February 7, 2018

Nest Reunites With Google To Take On Amazon And Apple

Google is working with Nest again in an effort to supercharge the company’s range of smart home products and services, backed by artificial intelligence technology. The move will lead Google to take on Apple and market leader Amazon.

Tech February 7, 2018

New Yorker Claims He Lost His Virginity To Busty Aliens

David Huggins, a 74-year-old from New York, has encountered life outside of Earth since he was 8 years old. Huggins also claims he lost his virginity to a busty alien named Crescent.

Science February 7, 2018

SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket Appears For Sale On Craigslist

SpaceX completed a milestone achievement yesterday with the launch of its Falcon Heavy rocket. Now one of the rockets used to launch it into space has appeared on Craigslist.

Science February 7, 2018

Looking To Hookup? These Mobile Dating Apps Make It Easy To Meet Singles Nearby

Looking to meet singles for hookups, friendships, or long-term relationships? These mobile dating apps for iOS and Android make it easy to meet singles nearby.

Tech February 7, 2018

Vitamin D3 Can Help Reduce Cardiovascular Damage, Says Study

Vitamin D, also known as the sunshine vitamin, has been proven of helping calcium build stronger bones. A recent study shows one of its major forms can help reduce cardiovascular system damage.

Health February 7, 2018

Cheddar Man Reveals The Face Of Ancient Britons

After dying 10,000 years ago the face of Cheddar Man has finally been revealed. His face was recreated from the skeleton found more than a century ago.

Science February 7, 2018

Male Rats Exposed To Cell Phone Radiation Develop Cancer, Says Study

In a new study, male and female rats were exposed to high cellphone radiation, the finding of which showed male rats can develop cancer. However, the study found female rats didn't get cancer.

Science February 7, 2018

Elon Musk Says He Found Loophole To Ship Flamethrowers

Elon Musk created a flamethrower and began selling it through his website. Now that it’s sold out he’s run into problems, customs agencies don’t want to ship the product.

Culture February 7, 2018

Pornhub Bans AI-Created Celebrity Fake Porn Videos And Considers Them Revenge Porn

Pornhub banned the Ai-generated fake celebrity porn from its website. It said that since the videos aren't consensual, it's classified as a revenge porn.

Tech February 7, 2018

Microsoft Is Trying To Steal Dropbox, Google Customers With OneDrive Deal: What You Need To Know

Microsoft has revealed a new deal for users currently under competing cloud storage services. Businesses can now switch to OneDrive for free and use it until their contract with a competing service ends.

Tech February 7, 2018

Lenovo Recalling ThinkPad X1 Carbon Laptops Because Their Batteries Might Explode

Lenovo is recalling its ThinkPad X1 Carbon laptop due to a loose screw found inside the machine that could cause some serious damage to the battery. The recall could affect as much as 83,500 devices.

Tech February 7, 2018

How To Disable iPhone Throttling In Apple's Latest iOS 11.3 Beta

Apple promised new battery health features and options for customers with older iPhones, and the latest iOS 11.3 beta 2 delivers. Here's what you need to know about performance management and how to disable it.

Tech February 7, 2018

Success Of SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket Launch Signals Milestone for Commercial Space Technology

After the SpaceX’s successful launch of its flagship rocket Falcon Heavy, Elon Musk is setting sights on building the Big Falcon Rocket. The BFR, as Musk claims, will take man to the moon

Science February 7, 2018

Overwatch Year Of The Dog Event Details Revealed: New Thailand Map, Capture The Flag Changes, And 6 Legendary Skins

'Overwatch' game director Jeff Kaplan, in the latest Developer Update video, talked about the upcoming Year of the Dog event. The Lunar New Year celebration will launch a new map, tweak Capture the Flag, and release six legendary skins.

Culture February 7, 2018

Amazon Prime Exclusive Phones Will No Longer Have Lockscreen Ads, But There's A Catch

The Amazon Prime Exclusive Phones program offers Amazon Prime subscribers significant discounts on Android smartphones in exchange for lockscreen ads. Amazon is now removing the annoying feature, but with a catch.

Tech February 7, 2018

Apple HomePod Review Roundup: An Incredible Speaker, Just Not A Very Smart One

The HomePod secures Apple’s entry into the smart speaker race that’s currently dominated by Amazon Echo. Does Siri stand a chance against Alexa? Here’s what the critics are saying.

Tech February 7, 2018

Key Parts Of Earth's Ozone Layer Not Healing: Study

Scientists found that the ozone layer is not healing after all. In fact, the depletion may be more harmful than ever, according to a new study.

Science February 7, 2018

PlayStation 5.50 Beta Rolls Out: Here's What The Next PS4 Firmware Update Offers To Gamers

Sony launched the beta version of the PlayStation 4 system software update 5.50. The frimware upgrade offers new features such as Play Time Management, additional tabs on the Library, and a new graphics mode for the PlayStation 4 Pro.

Culture February 7, 2018

Another 'Rainbow Six Siege' Trailer Showcases Outbreak Event, Features Ash

Ubisoft posted another trailer for the Outbreak event on YouTube. 'Rainbow Six Siege' players will work with Ash and other operators to contain an unknown threat.

Culture February 7, 2018

Electrical Brain Stimulation Might Help You Be Less Forgetful, New Study Suggests

A group of researchers conducted a study whose results suggest that sending electric impulses to the brain may help boost memory in people with epilepsy. But what about other brain conditions?

Health February 7, 2018

Honor 9 Lite Debuts With 4 Cameras And FullView Display At An Affordable Price

The Honor 9 Lite made its debut in London, coming as a midrange smartphone with notable highlights. The handset sports four cameras, a FullView 18:9 display, a premium design, and an affordable price tag.

Tech February 7, 2018

Apple: iPhone X, iPhone 8 Won’t Be Impacted By Power Management Issues Because They Have ‘Hardware Updates’

Apple has confirmed that iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus users don’t have to worry about throttling or slowdowns. To be clear, though, the devices might still employ power management practices.

Tech February 7, 2018

Facebook Reportedly Beefing Up Its ‘Watch’ Tab To Become The Next YouTube

Facebook is trying to take on YouTube. Sources say the social network is beefing up its Watch tab by allowing more content creators in and employing a different monetization strategy.

Tech February 7, 2018

Microsoft Is Killing Windows 10 S, But Not Really: What You Need To Know About ‘S Mode’

Microsoft might be retiring its Windows 10 S operating system. Instead, it’ll turn it into a feature called S Mode within standard Windows 10 versions.

Tech February 7, 2018

HTC U12 'Imagine' Showcased At 5G Event: What To Expect

HTC showcased a smartphone at a 5G event and it's likely its next flagship, the HTC U12 codenamed 'Imagine.' The smartphone sports a large display with thin bezels and an 18:9 aspect ratio, and is expected to come with top-notch specs and features.

Tech February 7, 2018

Smartphones With Diamond Screens Could Launch Sometime In 2019

Industry experts shared their predictions regarding new technology for smartphones next year. In 2019, consumers could see Diamond screen on their mobile phones.

Tech February 7, 2018

1 In 20 US Kids May Have Fetal Alcohol Disorders

Up to one in 20 children in the United States may be affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, which is caused by prenatal drinking. What is the safe amount of alcohol to drink during pregnancy?

Health February 7, 2018

World's Largest Mercury Reserve Found Underneath Arctic Permafrost, And Climate Change Will Release It All

Researchers found the world's largest reserve of natural mercury hidden underneath Arctic permafrost. The discovery, however, comes with the warning that the toxic element may be released if the permafrost thaws due to climate change.

Science February 7, 2018

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