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LOOK: Alec Baldwin Is So Good At Playing Trump, Newspaper Runs Photo Of Him As President

A Dominican Republic newspaper accidentally uses a photo of Alec Baldwin in his SNL impersonation of President Donald Trump in a serious news report about the chief executive.

FEATURE February 12, 2017

Here's How Elon Musk Is Helping To Solve Los Angeles Traffic Problems

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is undoubtedly frustrated over Los Angeles' traffic situation. Here are the ways in which the great innovator helps improve L.A. traffic.

FEATURE February 12, 2017

LOOK: Newly Observed Beetle Species Pretends To Be Ant Butt To Hitch A Ride

One beetle species has been observed to pose as ant abdomen to hitch a free ride. Get to know the Nymphister kronaueri and its interesting adaptation strategy.

FEATURE February 12, 2017

5 Gift Ideas For Your Techie Valentine

Are you doing some last-minute shopping for your loved one on Valentine's Day? Here are some tech-related gifts that will surely be a hit.

FEATURE February 11, 2017

Art For Free: Met Museum Releases Thousands Of Artwork Images For Unrestricted Use

The Metropolitan Museum of Art gifts the world with 375,000 free high-resolution artworks from its open access collections all under the Creative Commons Zero license.

FEATURE February 12, 2017

It's Official: Tom Price Is Health Secretary But Is Obamacare In Trouble?

President Donald Trump’s nomination for Thomas Price as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services comes through. Price is victorious after a 52-47 vote. What does this mean for Obamacare?

FEATURE February 11, 2017

London's Science Museum Showcases Half A Century Of Robotics

London's Science Museum exhibits 500 years’ worth of human ingenuity in the field of robotics. Learn about the evolution of robots, from simple mechanical contraptions to humanoid androids.

FEATURE February 11, 2017

Fossil Record Could Aid In Conservation: Humanist Approach To Conservation Discussed By Experts

Experts in different fields believe fossils could give significant clues in the fight for wildlife conservation. Combining paleobiology with conservation biology could provide the best methods for conserving species.

FEATURE February 12, 2017

Asia's First Vertical Forest To Be Built In Nanjing To Combat China's Air Pollution Problem

Asia's first vertical forests will be built in Nanjing, China by Italian architects. What are vertical forests and how will this combat China's air pollution problem?

FEATURE February 12, 2017

Dead Sea Scrolls History: Why The Latest Discovery Is The Most Important In 60 Years

The discovery of a cave site that housed the Dead Sea scrolls has revived the discourse on the religious and historic importance of the ancient scrolls. The excavation team found some storage jars and fragments of wrapping materials at the cave.

FEATURE February 10, 2017

WATCH: An Ikea-Designed Refugee Shelter Being Built In Two Minutes

Better Shelter wins Beazley Design of the Year award for its Ikea-designed refugee shelters. The organization hopes to provide sustainable and cost-effective housing to refugees.

FEATURE February 8, 2017

Elon Musk Joins Tech Groups' Amicus Brief vs Trump Travel Ban - But Remains On Advisory Council

Elon Musk joins other tech companies in a legal brief that will oppose President Donald Trump's travel ban. The CEO has expressed that he will continue to be part of Trump's Economic Advisory Council.

FEATURE February 7, 2017

Queen Elizabeth II Celebrates 65 Years As Monarch: Look Back At Britain's Longest Reign

Queen Elizabeth II has become an enduring symbol of tireless devotion to her country. She is widely considered as the most-photographed and most-traveled leader and the world's longest-reigning living monarch.

FEATURE February 7, 2017

#DressLikeAWoman: Twitter Fires Back At Trump Pressure On Female Staff

The hashtag #DressLikeAWoman trended on Twitter after news broke out that President Donald Trump prefers women working for him to dress in a certain way. People took to Twitter to express their indignation over the alleged dress code.

FEATURE February 5, 2017

Amazon To Hire 100,000 More Employees After Ramping Up Workforce In 2016 [Analysis]

Amazon plans to open up 100,000 more jobs at its facilities all over the country in the next 18 months. The move is part of its commitment to growth.

FEATURE February 4, 2017

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

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