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Space Radiation Is Getting Worse, Placing Future Astronauts In Danger

Researchers from the University of New Hampshire discovered that space radiation is increasing at a much faster pace than expected. This places future astronauts in danger of experiencing the negative health effects of space radiation exposure.

Space March 16, 2018

Android Wear Renamed To Wear OS By Google: More Changes To Follow, Hopefully

Google has officially rebranded Android Wear into Wear OS, confirming previously reported rumors. Fans of the wearable operating system are hoping that the name change will lead to more attention for the software, and maybe even a Google-made smartwatch.

Google March 16, 2018

'PUBG Mobile' Beta Now Online: Here's How To Play 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' On Your Android Phone

'PUBG Mobile' quietly started beta testing on Android devices, following the recent announcement of 'Fortnite Mobile' for the iOS and Android. Here's how to get the mobile version of 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' up and running on your Android phone.

Video Games March 15, 2018

'Sega Genesis Classics' Collection With 50 Retro Games Coming Soon To The PlayStation 4 And Xbox One

'Sega Genesis Classics' will launch on May 29 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The collection will include 50 retro games from the 30-year-old console, which remains popular to this day.

Video Games March 15, 2018

NASA Kepler Spacecraft Nears Death: Fuel To Run Out Within Several Months

The Kepler space telescope will run out of fuel and end its mission within several months, NASA said. The spacecraft, which has survived through several close calls, has detected 2,245 exoplanets and will continue collecting data until it shuts down.

Space March 15, 2018

Microsoft Teases 'Biggest Showing Ever' For E3 2018: Is This The Year Of The Xbox One?

Microsoft teased that it will have its 'biggest showing ever' in the upcoming E3 2018. What does the company have planned for the annual event, and what could we expect for the Xbox One?

Video Games March 15, 2018

Michigan Teen Dies From Rare Sinus Infection That Attacked The Brain

A teenager from Michigan passed away after being initially diagnosed with a sinus infection. In a rare form of the infection, it penetrated the bone and entered the blood vessels, leading to blood clots that cut off the brain's oxygen supply.

Medicine March 15, 2018

Samsung Galaxy Smartphone Repair Service No Longer Lags Behind Apple

Samsung Galaxy smartphone owners may now easily avail of same-day repairs for their devices. Samsung teamed up with uBreakiFix for the service, which eliminates the advantage that Apple had with its Apple Stores.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 15, 2018

'Devil May Cry' Invades 'Monster Hunter: World': Players Will Soon Be Able To Hunt As Dante

Dante, the hero of the 'Devil May Cry' series, will soon be available in 'Monster Hunter: World' as an unlockable skin. The crossover was announced alongside the launch of the 'Devil May Cry' HD Collection.

Video Games March 14, 2018

Here's How To Sign Up For The 'Fortnite' iOS Version Waiting List, And The Chances That You'll Be Picked

Gamers can now sign up to get the chance to play an early version of 'Fortnite' for iOS. Epic Games also revealed the criteria on how it will choose the people who will receive the invites.

Video Games March 14, 2018

Lead Exposure Kills 10 Times More People In The US Than Previously Thought

A new study reveals that lead exposure is a much more deadly killer in the United States than previously thought. The findings revealed that almost 412,000 people in the country die from lead contamination every year.

Public Health March 14, 2018

Ancient Shark Tooth Stolen From Secret Location In Australia

A fossilized tooth belonging to the Megalodon shark was stolen from a secret location in a World Heritage site in Australia. What would a thief do with an ancient shark tooth?

Ancient March 14, 2018

The Fitbit Ace Was Designed For Children: Will The Fitness Tracker Really Help Kids Stay Healthy?

Fitbit unveiled the Fitbit Ace, a fitness tracker created for kids of ages 8 years old and up. The device, which will remind children of their daily fitness goals, is now up for preorders at $99.95 each.

Wearable Tech March 14, 2018

Sony Does Not Want 'Fortnite' Cross-Play Between PlayStation 4 And Xbox One To Happen: Here's Why

Microsoft wants to enable 'Fortnite' cross-platform play between the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Sony, however, is blocking the feature, and this is not the first time that it has done so.

Video Games March 13, 2018

Mom Loses Arm, All Fingers, And Both Legs After Sepsis Misdiagnosis

A 31-year-old mother of two was forced to have an arm, all fingers, and both legs amputated due to medical staff failing to make the proper diagnosis for sepsis. She has now filed a lawsuit against the English hospital.

Medicine March 13, 2018

The Next 'Hearthstone' Expansion Is Coming Soon: Are You Ready To Enter The Witchwood?

Blizzard announced The Witchwood as the next 'Hearthstone' expansion. The Witchwood will kick off the Year of the Raven with 130 new cards, with three legendary minions already previewed, two new mechanics, and the Monster Hunt single-player mode.

Video Games March 13, 2018

Sleepiness During The Day May Be A Sign Of Alzheimer's Disease

A new study confirmed the link between sleepiness during the day and the buildup of amyloid in the brain. The accumulation of amyloid is one of the first pre-clinical stages of Alzheimer's disease.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 13, 2018

You Now Have More Than An Hour To Delete Any WhatsApp Message Sent By Mistake

WhatsApp quietly updated the Delete for Everyone feature to extend the time allowed for users to delete the messages that they sent. From seven minutes, the time was extended to a strangely specific one hour, eight minutes, and 16 seconds.

Apps/Software March 13, 2018

Google Rumored To Rebrand Android Wear As Wear OS: Why Change The Name?

Google is rumored to be rebranding Android Wear into Wear OS, as spotted in the most recent Google Play Services beta update. Why is Google changing the name of its operating system for wearable devices?

Google March 12, 2018

Third-Hand Smoke Exposure May Lead To Higher Lung Cancer Risk, Especially For Babies

A study revealed that third-hand smoke, the pollutants left in dust and surfaces even after smokers have stopped, may lead to a higher lung cancer risk. Babies were identified as the most susceptible to the negative effects of third-hand smoke.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 12, 2018

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