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Google Issues Fix For Locked Docs Files, But Mishap Leaves Privacy Concerns

Google Docs locked out some users from their files, which is caused by a glitch. The company already rolled out a fix, but nonetheless, the issue raised some privacy concerns.

TECH November 1, 2017

Fast Pair Will Quickly Connect Bluetooth Devices To Android Smartphones: Here's How It Works

The new Fast Pair feature will allow users to quickly connect Bluetooth devices to their Android smartphones. It currently has limitations, but the feature is very similar to how Apple's AirPods work when pairing with iPhones.

TECH November 1, 2017

Best Buy No Longer Sells Overpriced iPhone X After Wave Of Customer Complaints

Best Buy received complaints from customers after it decided to add an extra $100 charge for outright purchases of the iPhone X. The retailer has succumbed to the backlash and is now only offering the iPhone X through carrier-specific plans.

TECH November 1, 2017

Corals Are Eating Plastic Because They’re Delicious, Study Says

Oceans continue to be polluted with factory-made plastic because of human neglect, causing great danger to marine life, such as corals. A new study suggests an even more problematic scenario in which corals think plastic is delicious.

SCIENCE November 1, 2017

Speedrunner Beats ‘Super Mario Odyssey’ In Less Than 90 Minutes, But Says That’s Still ‘Bad’

A speedrunner has finally managed to complete ‘Super Mario Odyssey’ in under 90 minutes, making it the fastest a person has finished the game thus far. Still, the player himself says his completion time is bad.

CULTURE November 1, 2017

Halloween Playlist: NASA Releases Playlist Of Spooky Space Sounds In The Universe

NASA has released a playlist containing tracks that feature the sounds of space. The musical piece has been curated especially to celebrate Halloween.

SCIENCE October 31, 2017

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Xbox One Release Date, PC Version 1.0 Progress Finally Revealed: Mark Your Calendars

'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' will finally launch on the Xbox One next month, under the Xbox Game Preview program. The 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' full release on the PC, meanwhile, remains on schedule after its initial delay.

CULTURE October 31, 2017

Aloy From 'Horizon Zero Dawn' Will Be In 'Monster Hunter: World': Beta Launch On Dec. 9

'Monster Hunter: World' has two things in store for PlayStation 4 gamers. An armor set will bring Aloy from 'Horizon Zero Dawn' into the beast-slaying series, and the game's beta will only be open to PlayStation Plus subscribers.

CULTURE October 31, 2017

Is Facebook Secretly Listening To Your Conversations Via Mobile Apps?

Facebook might be listening to its users’ private conversations to target relevant ads for them based on keywords. True or not, fear of consumer technology being able to spy on its owners is a legitimate fear.

TECH October 31, 2017

SpaceX Successfully Lands Another Rocket After Launching Korean Communication Satellite

SpaceX has successfully launched the Koreasat-5A satellite on a Falcon 9 rocket. The first stage of the rocket saw it landing on a drone ship, and the second stage saw it launching the satellite into geostationary orbit.

SCIENCE October 31, 2017

Nintendo On A Roll: Profit Outlook Doubles As Nintendo Switch May Take Just A Year To Outsell Wii U

Nintendo has regained its place at the top of the video game industry, with its ascension fueled by the success of the Nintendo Switch. The console is expected to beat lifetime Wii U sales in just its first year.

CULTURE October 31, 2017

YouTube TV App Rolls Out To Xbox One, Apple TV, Roku, Smart TVs, And More

YouTube TV is officially rolling out to more platforms, especially streaming devices, set-top boxes, and smart TVs. YouTube TV wants more presence in people’s living rooms, it seems.

TECH October 31, 2017

FDA To Revoke Authorized Health Claim That Soy Protein Can Reduce Heart Disease Risk

For the first time in its history, the FDA attempts to revoke a previously authorized health claim. Here's why the federal health agency may no longer allow companies to claim soy protein may reduce heart disease risk.

HEALTH October 31, 2017

Brain Scans May Help Identify People With Suicidal Thoughts

Suicidal people were found to exhibit distinct brain activity patterns. Brain scans hold potential in preventing suicide, which claimed more than 41,000 lives in the United States in 2013.

HEALTH October 31, 2017

iPhone X Impressions, Videos Are Out Early As Apple Takes Odd Release Strategy

More and more details of the iPhone X are turning up online after Apple sent out a few review units and invited a couple of YouTubers over its New York penthouse to take the handset out for a spin.

TECH October 31, 2017

Sephora Lawsuit: Woman Claims Lipstick Tester Gave Her Herpes

Can you get infected with viruses when you try on lipstick and makeup samples? A woman sues Sephora claiming she contracted herpes from a lipstick sample at one of their stores.

HEALTH October 31, 2017

Essential Phone Update Improves Touch Response And Patches Up Security Vulnerabilities, But It's Not Perfect

A new Essential Phone update improves the device's touch response and patches up certain security vulnerabilities, among other things. Installing the update, however, might cause trouble for some users.

TECH October 31, 2017

The Mystery Of The Glowing Ball Over Siberia Solved: Not Aliens, But You Might Wish It Was

The mystery of the glowing ball over the skies of Siberia has finally been solved. The explanation for the phenomenon, however, is not from science fiction but rather from something that is very real.

SCIENCE October 31, 2017

PlayStation's Paris Games Week 2017: Here Are The Biggest Announced Games We're All Excited For

Sony kicked off the Paris Games Week 2017 with an extensive list of PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR games, including but not limited to 'Ghost of Tsushima' and 'The Last of Us Part II.'

CULTURE October 31, 2017

New OnePlus 5T Render Shows Bezel-Less, Curved Glass Display, Rumored To Launch Nov. 16

The OnePlus 5T is almost there. With its Nov. 16 launch date edging nearer, leaks are starting to circulate online, one of them being a render shared by Evan Blass showing the device’s bezel-less display.

TECH October 31, 2017

Nintendo Outs Its Best-Selling Switch Games, And The Number 1 Title Isn't Surprising To Anyone

The numbers are in, and Nintendo's best-selling Switch games have been revealed. As expected, 'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' is at the top.

CULTURE October 31, 2017

Shadow Of The Colossus Remake Gameplay Trailer Unleashed At Paris Games Week 2017: Release Date Finally Revealed

Sony showcased a couple of trailers for the 'Shadow of the Colossus' remake at Paris Games Week. The official release date of the game for the PlayStation 4 has also been announced.

CULTURE October 30, 2017

Opioid Crisis: Georgia Mourns Death Of Two Friends On Same Day And Just Half A Mile Apart

Two teenagers died of fentanyl overdose in Georgia. The pair, who were friends, had reportedly bought the opioids from the same dealer.

HEALTH October 30, 2017

Doctor Spots Own Cancer With Pocket-Sized Ultrasound Connected To An iPhone

A new electric razor-sized ultrasound device, connected to a smartphone, helped a doctor diagnose his own cancer. The gadget called Butterfly iQ will be launched in the United States in 2018.

HEALTH October 30, 2017

Google Put An Easter Egg Mini Game In The Pixel 2 That'll Get You Squeezing Your Phone

The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have a mini-game Easter egg related to Active Edge. From the look of things, Google wants you to have fun giving your phone a good squeeze.

TECH October 30, 2017

Scientists Pinpoint Date Of Oldest Solar Eclipse Recorded: Here's Why This New Calculation Is Significant

A research team has been able to identify the earliest recorded date for a solar eclipse. The finding, which may have an implication on the timeline of the ancient world, was based on a Biblical text that has long puzzled researchers.

SCIENCE October 30, 2017

The iPhone 9 Supply Will Not Be Dragged Down By Face ID Components: Good News For Apple

The iPhone X supply shortage has been well-chronicled, and attributed to issues with Face ID components. According to famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, next year's iPhone models will not suffer from the same problem.

TECH October 30, 2017

Another ‘Fable’ Game In The Works? Here’s What Xbox’s Head Of Publishing Has To Say

'Fable Legends' was unfortunately pronounced dead when Microsoft shut down Lionhead Studios last year. But 'Fable' might be coming back because Xbox’s head of publishing says the company loves the franchise.

CULTURE October 30, 2017

GameStop Announces Rental Service: $60 Gives You 6 Months Of Unlimited Access To Pre-Owned Games

GameStop has unveiled a new rental service called PowerPass that lets players rent all the pre-owned games they want in a six-month period for $60. The program starts in Nov. 19 and requires a PowerUp Rewards membership.

CULTURE October 30, 2017

Destiny 2 Endgame Updates Revealed: Will The Planned Changes Bring Back The Players?

'Destiny 2' is the best-selling game of the year, but its players base is declining significantly. Will the planned endgame updates for the shooter be enough to solve the biggest challenge yet for the nearly 2-month-old game?

CULTURE October 30, 2017

Apple Engineer Fired After Daughter's iPhone X Hands-On Video Goes Viral

An Apple engineer has just been fired after his daughter uploaded an exclusive hands-on video of the iPhone X. Apple really hates leaks, especially if it’s about a flagship phone that’s yet to be released.

TECH October 30, 2017

Early ‘Call of Duty: WWII’ Copies Begin Shipping, Requires 9 GB Day-One Patch

Some players have gotten hold of 'Call of Duty: WWII' days before its official Nov. 3 release, but it remains unplayable without a day-one patch. PlayStation 4 owners, however, can now play through the game’s single-player campaign.

CULTURE October 30, 2017

Google Pixel 2 Problems Continue With Android Auto Crashing Randomly: Here's What You Can Do

Another Google Pixel 2 problem has surfaced, this time involving the Android Auto platform. Reports claim that the system keeps crashing randomly when the Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL is connected to a vehicle.

TECH October 30, 2017

Google Doesn’t Care What Domain You’re Searching From, It’ll Give You Local Search Results Anyway

Google announced that it has optimized the way search results work. Now, the search engine automatically determines the whereabouts of its user, delivering more relevant localized search results depending on where they are at any given moment.

TECH October 30, 2017

Amazon’s Cheapest Kindle Will Soon Have Audible Support, But There’s A Catch

Owners of Amazon’s cheapest Kindle will soon be able to enjoy audiobooks on their device. Amazon has now confirmed that Audible support will arrive for its entry-level e-reader in the coming months.

TECH October 30, 2017

You Can Get An Essential PH-1 For Just $299: Here's What You Need

The Essential PH-1 or Essential Phone is available for just $299, but you're going to have to jump through a few hoops to get it at that price.

TECH October 29, 2017

'Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus' Finished In Under 80 Minutes: Here's How The Speedrunner Did It

DraQu, a speedrunner from Finland, finished 'Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus' in just under 80 minutes. He now holds the record for beating the controversial anti-Nazi first-person shooter at the fastest time.

CULTURE October 29, 2017

Early iPhone X Videos, Images Give A Glimpse Of What To Expect From Apple's 'Future Of The Smartphone'

Apple fans everywhere can now get a close look at the highly anticipated iPhone X by way of early packaging and unboxing images and videos.

TECH October 29, 2017

The Google Cheeseburger Emoji Debate Is Ripping Up The Internet: Here's What It's All About

A debate involving the Google cheeseburger emoji has started ripping up the internet. Here's what the fuss is all about, and how you can join in on the fun like Google CEO Sundar Pichai did.

TECH October 29, 2017

Final Fantasy XV PC Requirements Revealed: You Won't Need A Monster Machine

Square Enix has released the minimum and recommended system requirements for 'Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition.' It appears that gamers will not need expensive builds to enjoy the RPG on the PC.

CULTURE October 29, 2017

Boiling Water May Cause Sands To Levitate On Planet Mars

Boiling water under low pressure causes sand and sediments on the surface of Mars to levitate. What are the factors that cause liquid water on the Red Planet to boil?

SCIENCE October 29, 2017

Puppy Saved After Accidental Opioid Overdose: What To Do If It Happens To Your Pet

A puppy was saved by veterinarians from accidental opioid overdose with the help of an overdose reversal drug. What are the symptoms of opioid poisoning in pets?

HEALTH October 29, 2017

Look Up! It's 'International Observe The Moon Night'

Since 2010, every person on the planet has been invited to participate in International Observe the Moon Night, usually celebrated in the fall. Experts say the best views of the moon will be at the 'terminator.'

SCIENCE October 29, 2017

NASA Twins Study: Space Travel Alters Gene Expression 'Like Fireworks'

Preliminary results of NASA's Twins Study showed that space travel results in an explosion of alterations in gene expression. Identical twin brothers and astronauts Mark and Scott Kelly are at the forefront of this first-of-its-kind study.

SCIENCE October 29, 2017

Astronomers Spot First Interstellar Visitor From Outside The Solar System

Researchers have spotted the first interstellar object that could be detected from Earth. The astronomers are trying to determine whether the object, referred to as A/2017 U1, is an asteroid or a comet.

SCIENCE October 29, 2017

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