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Astronauts To Mars May Protect Themselves From Cosmic Radiation Effects Like Memory Loss By Taking Drug

Astronauts in deep space missions may suffer from memory loss due to their exposure to cosmic radiation. Scientists, however, have identified a drug that will prevent the astronauts from experiencing impaired memory functions.

Space May 23, 2018

Overwatch Anniversary Event 2018 Now Online: Here Are All The New Skins

The 'Overwatch' Anniversary Event 2018 is now online, offering players new skins, dance emotes, and a Deathmatch map. Out of the 11 new 'Overwatch' skins in this year's version of the event, which one is your favorite?

Video Games May 23, 2018

Apple Quietly Drops USB-C To Lightning Cable Price: What Does This Mean For This Year's iPhones?

Apple quietly reduced the price of its USB-C to Lightning Cable from $25 to $19. The price change might look insignificant, but it may have something to do with what Apple is planning for this year's new iPhones.

Apple May 22, 2018

Fortnite Jetpacks Finally Available: Here's How They Work And When To Use Them

Jetpacks in 'Fortnite' are finally available, three months after the originally promised February launch date. Here's how to use the 'Fortnite' jetpacks as well as the best time to use them for both regular and skilled players.

Video Games May 22, 2018

Robots Growing Organs From Stem Cells: The New 'Secret Weapon' Against Disease

Scientists from the University of Washington developed a system that uses robots to grow human organs from stem cells. The automated process, which also tasks the robots to analyze the organoids, was described as the new 'secret weapon' against disease.

Biotech May 22, 2018

Apple To Unveil Siri Changes And New HomePod At WWDC, Siri Says

Siri is providing clues to what Apple has in store for this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, and all you have to do is ask. The digital assistant teases that WWDC 2018 will feature Siri improvements and a new Apple HomePod.

Apple May 22, 2018

Woman Suffers Brain Damage From Cosmetic Surgery: Doctor Charged With Medical Malpractice, Again

A woman suffered permanent brain damage from a cosmetic surgery procedure that was performed in Georgia. The doctor behind the operation was charged with medical malpractice, but it appears that this is not her first case.

Medicine May 22, 2018

OnePlus 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S9: Does The 'Flagship Killer' Deliver?

The OnePlus 6 launch is finally here, with the Samsung Galaxy S9 tagged as its most high-profile rival among flagship Android smartphones. Does the 'flagship killer' deliver when compared to the Samsung device?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 21, 2018

Apple HomePod Under Beats Brand With Cheaper $199 Price Tag In The Works?

A cheaper Apple HomePod is reportedly on the way, with a price tag of $199 compared to $349 for the current version. The new device will also allegedly be released under the Beats brand.

Apple May 21, 2018

3D Headphones Start-Up Ossic Shuts Down After Raising Almost $6 Million: New Entry In List Of Crowdfunding Failures

The Ossic X 3D audio headphones will no longer be released after start-up Ossic said that it was shutting down. The closure of Ossic comes despite raising nearly $6 million from crowdfunding initiatives.

Gadgets May 21, 2018

Artificial Intelligence May Help Prevent Thousands Of Cancer Deaths Per Year By 2033: UK PM Pledges Funding

Artificial intelligence may help prevent 22,000 cancer deaths every year starting 2033 through early diagnosis of the disease. UK Prime Minister Theresa May pledged millions of British pounds in government funding to help in the development of the AI technology.

Public Health May 21, 2018

The First Private Rocket Launch In China Reaches 127,000 Feet: Following The Footsteps Of SpaceX

OneSpace Technologies became the first among private space companies in China to launch a rocket, after the successful maiden flight of the OS-X. OneSpace is following the footsteps of SpaceX, which is behind the Falcon 9 rocket.

Space May 20, 2018

North Korea Hackers Use Android Apps With Malware To Harass Defectors

A North Korea hacking team used Google Play Store apps with malware to track, threaten, and blackmail people who escaped from the authoritarian country. The defectors were invited to download the seemingly innocent apps through Facebook.

Security May 20, 2018

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Features Will Include Bixby 2.0 Instead Of In-Display Fingerprint Sensor

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9, instead of the in-display fingerprint scanner, will debut Bixby 2.0. The digital assistant, however, fails to inspire the same excitement for the Galaxy Note 8 successor.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 18, 2018

'Fortnite Mobile' Android Release Date Set For Summer: New Features On The Way Too

'Fortnite Mobile' will finally launch on Android this summer, but Epic Games did not provide a specific release date. The developer also revealed new features and improvements for the mobile game, including voice chat.

Video Games May 18, 2018

Migraine Prevention Drug Receives FDA Approval: Aimovig By Amgen Is The First Of Its Kind

Aimovig, designed for long-term migraine prevention, will now go on sale after receiving approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The drug is the first of its kind, and it could soon mean the end of chronic migraines.

Medicine May 18, 2018

New 'Halo' Game Unveiled: Sorry, It's Not 'Halo 6'

Microsoft and 343 Industries have unveiled 'Halo: Fireteam Raven,' a new game in the 'Halo' franchise. It is not 'Halo 6,' but that does not necessarily mean that the highly anticipated title will not be announced soon.

Video Games May 18, 2018

Google Pixel 3 Notch Confirmed? Android P Public Beta May Have Leaked Pixel 3 Design

The Android P public beta has supposedly revealed the fact that the Google Pixel 3 will have a notch on its display. Will Google really place a feature popularized by rival Apple's iPhone X on its flagship smartphone?

Google May 17, 2018

International Space Station Privatization By 2025 Will Likely Not Happen, NASA Says

The Trump administration proposed to hand over the International Space Station to the private sector by 2025. A NASA inspector general, however, said that ISS privatization will likely not happen.

Space May 17, 2018

Romaine Lettuce Safe To Eat Again: Contaminated Lettuce Behind E. Coli Outbreak Now Past Shelf Life

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, citing the Food and Drug Administration, said that it is now safe to eat romaine lettuce. The vegetable was behind a recent E. coli outbreak that victimized 172 people across 32 states.

Public Health May 17, 2018

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