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LOOK: How Magazine Covers Portray Trump, America After Immigration Ban

Publications all over the world are reacting to U.S. President Donald Trump's anti-Muslim immigration ban through very creative magazine covers. Take a look at some of them here.

FEATURE February 5, 2017

What Is Misophonia? Scientists Discover Why Some People Lash Out Over Sounds Of Eating Or Breathing

Scientists uncover the reason why some people get excessively angry over sounds of someone chewing or dripping water. The condition, known as misophonia, is traced on the brain's anterior insular cortex -- the part of the brain that connects senses and emotions.

FEATURE February 6, 2017

Texas Bank Teller Stole $1.25 Million In Fraud Scheme

A former bank teller faces 30 years in prison for stealing $1.25 million over 10 years from a First National Bank branch in Texas. How did she steal the money?

FEATURE February 4, 2017

Fukushima Nuclear Plant Worker Sues Power Companies Over Leukemia Linked To Radiation Exposure

A welder diagnosed with leukemia after working at Fukushima nuclear sites damaged by the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami is suing two power companies. He demands around $524,000 in damages.

FEATURE February 3, 2017

Hitler's Phone Recovered From Berlin Nazi Bunker To Be Sold At Auction

Adolf Hitler's red phone recovered from a Nazi bunker in Berlin is set to be auctioned later this month. How much would it likely fetch?

FEATURE February 2, 2017

WATCH: Alien Worlds Circle Distant Star [GIF]

Photos of a distant star and the four plants around it have been collected and turned into an animated GIF. Watch the giant planets in motion as they orbit the star.

FEATURE February 5, 2017

How Trump's Immigration Ban Hinders Scientists From Pursuing Studies In US

How will President Donald Trump's sweeping executive order affect immigrant scientists, researchers, and students, particularly those from Muslim-majority countries? International science journal Nature spoke to several of them to find out.

FEATURE February 5, 2017

Quantum Computing: Scientists Unveil First Blueprint For World's Most Powerful Computer

An international team of researchers has unveiled the first ever practical blueprint to building quantum computers. These powerful computers can solve complex problems at speeds faster than regular ones.

FEATURE February 2, 2017

LOOK: This Graphene Dress Lights Up Based On Breathing Pattern

The world's first graphene dress is unveiled in Manchester. The little black dress that lights up based on breathing pattern gives a whole new meaning to wearable technology.

FEATURE February 5, 2017

Justin Trudeau PMO Slams Fox News Over False Tweet On Quebec Mosque Shooting

Fox News has deleted a tweet that said the Quebec mosque shooter was of Moroccan origin. This comes after the network was admonished by a staff of Canadian PM Justin Trudeau over Twitter.

FEATURE February 1, 2017

Box Office Thriller 'Split' Tells Harrowing Tale Of Multiple Personalities: But What Is Dissociative Identity Disorder?

The intriguing take of the movie 'Split' on Dissociative Identity Disorder has critics raving about M. Night Shyamalan's latest thriller. Learn about Dissociative Identity Disorder and the reality behind the mental illness.

FEATURE February 4, 2017

What Is Samsung Bixby? A Closer Look At Samsung's Upcoming Voice Assistant

With the upcoming launch of Samsung's newest flagship Galaxy S8, the company is also busy developing its voice assistant technology. Bixby will be incorporated into the Galaxy S8's native apps, among other things.

FEATURE February 5, 2017

LOOK: Mercedes-Benz Introduces Sleek Design 'Aesthetics A' In Concept Form

The days of creases are over with Mercedes-Benz's new sleek design in the form of Aesthetic A. The sculpture reconciles tradition and modernity in the new design.

FEATURE February 5, 2017

Xbox Backward Compatibility: Why The Initiative May Be Here For The Long Haul

Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, wants to keep the backward compatibility feature of Xbox One for as long as possible. Spencer replied to a fan’s tweet saying that the said feature is something the company would like to retain.

FEATURE February 5, 2017

Trump Temporarily Bans Millions From Entering The US: What You Need To Know About The President's First Week In Office

It has only been ten days since President Donald Trump was sworn into office but things are already messy. Here’s a look back at what the new administration has toppled so far

FEATURE January 29, 2017

Why BitTorrent Live Streaming On Android Might Not Last For Long

BitTorrent finally brings its live streaming service to Android but there is speculation that suggests the application may already be in trouble due to some issues in the company

FEATURE January 29, 2017

5 Ways Microsoft Is Enhancing Windows 10 Creators Update: Cortana, 3D, VR And More

Microsoft is bulking up the Windows 10 with powerful and amazing applications in order to get ahead of the competition. Find out the biggest improvements for the new OS

FEATURE January 29, 2017

How To Install Kodi And Transfer Files To Nvidia Shield Android TV

Nvidia’s powerful new Android TV box can be even more amazing with Kodi installed. Just follow the easy steps to install, configure, and transfer media to the Set-Top box

FEATURE January 29, 2017

Skeleton Of Pilgrim Sheds Light On How Leprosy Spread In Medieval Europe

A skeleton of a young pilgrim who died of leprosy during the Middle Ages has shown another means leprosy spread in Europe during medieval times. The man may have contracted the disease during his travels.

FEATURE January 27, 2017

New Genetic Recipe Can Make Once-Sweet Tomatoes Flavorful Again

Researchers have identified the chemical compounds that are linked to tomato flavors that people enjoy. The findings can help growers make tomatoes flavorful again.

FEATURE January 27, 2017

Doomsday Clock Moved 30 Seconds Closer To Midnight Largely Because Of Donald Trump

Growing disregard for scientific expertise and worsening security landscape influenced decision to move the Doomsday Clock, but US President Donald Trump particularly prompted scientists to act.

FEATURE January 26, 2017

George And Amal Clooney Expecting Twins Thanks To IVF: Here's The Science Behind In Vitro Fertilization

George and Amal Clooney are expecting twins, a boy and a girl, to complete their family. Learn the basic science behind the artificial reproductive technology that made this possible.

FEATURE January 29, 2017

Snap IPO: Why Everyone Is Eagerly Waiting For Snap To Go Public [Analysis]

Snap, Inc. could go public as early as March if plans to file for an initial public offering push through late next week, sources say. But how well can the Snap IPO succeed, considering how quickly Silicon Valley fads fizzle out?

FEATURE January 28, 2017

How Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Profile Stays Squeaky Clean: It's All Thanks To His PR Team

Mark Zuckerberg is committed to changing his image from an intense hoodie-wearing billionaire to a more mature and charismatic titan of industry -- all with the help of his Facebook PR team, of course.

FEATURE January 21, 2017

Mark Zuckerberg For President? Quartz Comes Up With To-Do List For Facebook CEO's White House Bid

Mark Zuckerberg recently announced his personal challenge to visit all 50 states of the country this year, fueling speculation that he is entering politics in the future. According to Quartz, here are some of the things that the Facebook CEO needs to do in order to have a successful presidential run.

FEATURE January 15, 2017

Conjoined Twins In Mexico With One Body, Two Separate Heads Die Prior To Any Treatment

The conjoined twins in Mexico who were born sharing the same body but having separate heads and brains have died. A video of the twins was earlier posted on YouTube.

FEATURE January 11, 2017

BuzzFeed Sparks Debate Over Media Ethics After Outing Unverified Trump Report

BuzzFeed published a dossier about Donald Trump alleging the president-elect's connections to the Russian government. The news organization's decision to publish the dossier created a backlash from other journalists and media outlets.

FEATURE January 12, 2017

You're Charging Your Smartphone The Wrong Way: 7 Charging Mistakes That Affect Battery Life

Smartphone batteries last longer when users know how to charge them correctly. It is not yet too late to learn the right way.

FEATURE January 15, 2017

Tesla vs Faraday Future: Should Elon Musk Be Worried?

While Elon Musk and Tesla are moving forward and innovating electric vehicles, Tesla's arch rival Faraday Future unveiled the FF91 at CES 2017. From the looks of it, the FF91 seems to be a worthy opponent of the Model X.

FEATURE January 8, 2017

Cannabis Cookies? Mother Shares How Medical Marijuana Helped Her Son With Autism

Marie Myung Ok-Lee shares how cannabis use has changed the life of her son with autism and a painful gut disease. She calls it a 'miracle' after seven years of successful treatment.

FEATURE January 7, 2017

Falcon 9 Is All Systems Go With January 9 Launch Attempt: What This Means For SpaceX And Iridium

The Falcon 9 is ready for another launch on Monday, Jan. 9. What does this mean for SpaceX and Iridium?

FEATURE January 7, 2017

Amazon's Alexa Is The Real Star Of CES 2017: Here Are Your Alexa-Enabled Devices

A wide range of products that have Alexa integration have been unveiled at CES 2017, making the voice assistant the star of the trade show. From smart TVs to refrigerators to cars, these products incorporate Amazon’s Alexa A.I.

FEATURE January 8, 2017

Can Humans Survive A Zombie Apocalypse? Studies Investigate Spread Of Zombie Infection

Human population could be down to just hundreds in the 100th day of a zombie infection. Survivors, however, can do something to save humanity from being wiped out.

FEATURE January 5, 2017

How To Reduce Noise Pollution At Home

A recent study shows that living near areas with busy traffic can increase people's risk for dementia. Find out how you can tackle the problem of noise pollution at home.

FEATURE January 6, 2017

Samsung Chromebook Pro / Plus Go Head To Head With Microsoft Surface Book / Surface Pro

Samsung has finally unveiled the Chromebook Pro and Chromebook Plus at CES 2017. See how these two hybrid laptops fare against Microsoft’s Surface Book and Surface Pro 4.

FEATURE January 5, 2017

In Depth: After Scientists Classify The Mesentery As An Organ, What Now? Here's A Closer Look At Mesenteric Science

Scientists have discovered a new organ in the body, bringing the total to 79. The mesentery, which is composed of membranes located in the digestive system, has been reclassified as an organ.

FEATURE January 5, 2017

Fraternal Twins In Arizona Born In Different Years

Everett and Sawyer Shay were born one minute apart but they ended up being born in different years. A spokesperson for the hospital where the twins were born said that the younger of the boys was a true new year's baby.

FEATURE January 2, 2017

First Intersex Birth Certificate Marks New Option For People With Non-Binary Gender

The first intersex birth certificate in the United States marks efforts to accommodate people with non-binary gender. This could simplify access to legal documents that more accurately reflect a person's sex.

FEATURE January 2, 2017

2017 Predictions: Why Do Nostradamus, Baba Vanga And The Failed 'Blood Miracle' Spell Doom For The World?

The prophets Nostradamus and Baba Vanga, along with the failed 'blood miracle' of a saint, all seem to point to tragedies in store for the human race in 2017. In the interest of knowledge, we raise questions on what they possibly mean.

FEATURE December 31, 2016

US Issues First Intersex Birth Certificate To Sexually Ambiguous Sara Kelly Keenan

Sara Kelly Keenan, who was born with male genes and female genitals, received the first known birth certificate in the U.S with intersex in the gender field. This is hailed as historically significant especially for sexually ambiguous people.

FEATURE December 30, 2016

What's The Best Smartphone Of 2016? These Critics Have Spoken

Experts reveal which among the smartphones released in 2016 get their vote as THE best smartphone of 2016. Here are their own unique choices: Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, and Moto Z Force.

FEATURE December 31, 2016

Leap Second On New Year's Eve: What Happens If We Don't Add Another Second To World's Clocks?

A leap second will be added on New Year's Eve, which will make 2016 longer. Why is it necessary to add another second to the world's clocks this year?

FEATURE December 30, 2016

Donald Trump Believes Computers Make Life Complicated: Here's Why

President-elect Donald Trump seems like he isn't a fan of computers. He believes people get more confused because of them.

FEATURE December 31, 2016

SpaceX: A Year Of Highs And Lows

2016 has not been an easy year for Elon Musk as SpaceX experienced some huge successes and epic failures

FEATURE December 31, 2016

A Decade Of iPhone: How Much Has It Evolved?

Take a walk down memory lane in Apple Inc.'s orchard as the iPhone nears its 10th Anniversary

FEATURE December 30, 2016

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