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OnePlus 7 Pro Ghost Touch Issue: Is It Happening To Your Phone?

OnePlus is aware of ghost touches occurring on some OnePlus 7 Pro handsets. It’s not clear just how widespread this is, but the company is urging affected users to leave feedback to better pinpoint the cause.

Tech May 27, 2019

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Isn't That Exciting, According To Multiple Insiders

Going by what reliable insiders and leaksters are saying, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 won't be much of a smartphone to be excited for. However, it's still expected to deliver when it comes to performance and internals.

Tech May 27, 2019

Amazon Rolls Out Intercom Feature ‘Announcements’ To All Alexa Devices

Announcements, Amazon’s intercom-like features, is rolling to all Alexa-compatible devices after initially rolling out just to Echo speakers. The feature is perfect for those who don’t have a dedicated intercom system at home.

Tech May 27, 2019

All Xbox Games Will Be Playable On xCloud Streaming Service — Yes, All Generations Of Xbox

Microsoft’s xCloud game streaming service might give Google Stadia a run for its money. Apparently, the platform will be able to host some 3,500 games across all Xbox generations.

Culture May 27, 2019

Check Out This Purple Xbox One S With A Special ‘Fortnite’ Skin, Perks

This limited-edition Xbox One S model for 'Fortnite' fans just leaked ahead of Microsoft’s E3 presentation. It is said to come in this sleek purple colorway and include 2,000 in-game V-Bucks, plus neat extras.

Culture May 27, 2019

This Is How Missing Hiker Amanda Eller Survived Two Weeks In Hawaii Forest

Maui hiker Amanda Eller went for a three-mile run in the woods and found herself lost for 17 days. Here's how she survived without food, water, and even shoes for more than two weeks in the wild.

Culture May 27, 2019

Google Is Making Chrome OS And Android More Integrated Like iOS And macOS

Uncovered lines of code suggest Google is working for a more integrated ecosystem shared by both Chrome OS and Android. There’s no guarantee of these improvements ever coming out, of course.

Tech May 27, 2019

Health Officials Proposing 'No-Fly' Measures To Prevent Spread Of Measles

Eight individuals who might be infected with measles have been warned that they might be placed on the CDC's Do Not Board List. The measure was adopted to prevent people who are contagious from traveling on a plane.

Health May 27, 2019

New Wood Processing Technique Produces Material Stronger Than Aluminum And Can Passively Shed Heat

Researchers removed a component of the wood that absorbs heat from the sun, cooling a building passively and providing a sustainable material for construction. They estimated that the processed wood can save up to 20 percent on cooling cost.

Science May 27, 2019

Mount Everest Climber Robin Haynes Fisher Warned Of Summit Overcrowding Before Dying From Altitude Sickness

Prior to his death, Robin Hayes Fisher was concerned about overcrowding in the summit of Mount Everest. The British mountain climber posted a video on his Instagram that described the dangers of climbing the summit.

Science May 27, 2019

New Home-Testing Kit Measures Stress Levels In Sweat And Blood

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati have created a new diagnostic that can measure just how stressed out a person is. The simple test was specially designed so that people can do it even in the comfort of their home.

Health May 27, 2019

Florida Woman Nichole Tillman Suffers Serious Injury After She Was Attacked By Alligator In Lake

A large alligator more than 8 feet long attacked a woman swimming in Florida on Saturday, May 25. While the injuries are not life-threatening, officials say that she suffered severe wounds from the gator attack.

Science May 27, 2019

Amazon Giving $25 Gift Card In Exchange Of Taking 3D Scan Of Your Body

Amazon Body Labs is inviting New Yorkers to take part in an ongoing research on different body shapes. Participants will be given a $25 Amazon.com gift card for answering a survey and letting themselves be 3D scanned.

Tech May 26, 2019

American Tourist Contracts Rat Lungworm In Hawaii After Eating Slug On A Dare

Three tourists from the mainland contracted rat lungworm while visiting Hawaii. One contracted the illness after eating a slug on a dare. How does the parasite Angiostrongylus cantonensis infect humans?

Health May 26, 2019

Tiny Jellyfish Carrying Paralyzing Toxin Invade Jersey Shore, Researchers Warn

Watch out for clinging jellyfish in Jersey Shore in the coming summer months, because this jelly has an especially excruciating sting. Unfortunately, research shows that their populations are increasing worldwide.

Science May 26, 2019

Samsung Launches Free Disney And Pixar Galaxy S10 Wallpapers That 'Hide' Its Hole-Punch Camera

Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10E owners can get official Disney- and Pixar-themed wallpapers for free. The best part is, these background images 'hide' the Infinity-O Display's hole-punch cutout in a clever way.

Tech May 26, 2019

Eating Egg Everyday Does Not Raise Stroke Risk Even In APOE4 Carriers

Researchers found that neither dietary cholesterol nor daily consumption of eggs is associated with risk of stroke. They did not find a link even in individuals who are genetically predisposed to greater effects of dietary cholesterol.

Health May 26, 2019

Seawater From The Ice Age Squeezed Out Of Ancient Rock From Maldives

The ancient water was squeezed out of rock samples drilled from underwater limestone deposits that form Maldives islands in the Indian Ocean. What hinted the water was from the Ice Age?

Science May 26, 2019

24-Inch Plastic Hose Found Inside Dead Dolphin

A dolphin that washed ashore in Florida was found to have a 24-inch plastic hose in its stomach. It is the second dolphin with plastic in the stomach found stranded in the area in the past month.

Science May 26, 2019

Exotic Matter In Sun's Atmosphere Could Be Key To Safe And Clean Nuclear Energy Generators

Studying how plasma behaves in the sun's atmosphere may help researchers learn how to control this exotic matter on Earth. This could pave way for more efficient and safer nuclear energy generators

Science May 26, 2019

Study Identifies Dog Breeds Most Likely To Bite Children

Researchers have identified the dog breeds that pose the highest risk of biting children. They also found that large dogs with wide and short head tend to bite children.

Science May 25, 2019

Dog Owners Warned Of Serious Hand Injury Risk From Misusing Leads And Collars

Improper use of dog leads and collars may lead to serious hand injuries, which may require long and even costly treatments. How should pet owners handle their dogs to avoid injury?

Health May 25, 2019

10-Year-Old's Leg Torn Off During Shark Attack

A 10-year-old boy's leg was torn off after an attack by what is suspected to be a bull shark. In the United States, Florida had the most unprovoked shark attacks in 2018.

Science May 25, 2019

Female Crickets More Attracted To Older Crickets But Have Less Sex

Female crickets are evidently more attracted to the older males of the species for mating. However, they end up having less sex than those who choose the younger males.

Science May 25, 2019

High-Intensity Exercise May Reverse Heart Function Loss In Type 2 Diabetes Patients

HIIT could be an inexpensive way to improve heart health of type 2 diabetes patients. High-intensity interval training is also beneficial for the elderly and obese individuals.

Health May 25, 2019

Chinese Space Program Suffers From Launch Failure

The Thursday launch of China's Long March 4C rocket ended in failure. The mission was meant to place a Yaogan satellite, which analysts believe is used for military reconnaissance purposes, into orbit.

Science May 25, 2019

Formation Of Volcano Under The Indian Ocean Causes Strange Hum Heard All Over The Planet

French researchers found a massive volcano sitting on the floor of the Indian Ocean. They made the discovery after investigating what is causing the swarms of earthquakes that have been rocking the island of Mayotte since May 2018.

Science May 25, 2019

Oldest Meteorite Collection On Earth Found In Chile's Atacama Desert

A collection of well-preserved meteorites was found in the driest place on Earth: the Atacama Desert in Chile. Some of the space rocks are older than 2 million years.

Science May 25, 2019

FDA Gives Thumbs Up To 2 New Extragenital Tests For Gonorrhea And Chlamydia

Two new devices that detect chlamydia and gonorrhea in the throat and rectum have received the approval of the FDA. These are the first devices to test for sexually transmitted infections using extragenital specimens.

Health May 25, 2019

FDA Hopes To Reduce Food Waste With ‘Best If Used By' In Expiration Labels

The FDA urged the food industry to use the phrase 'best if used by'in date labels of packaged food. This can give consumers more autonomy in deciding when a food has gone bad.

Health May 25, 2019

Baby Birds In Trash Bag Rescued From Portland Dumpster

A nest full of baby birds was discovered inside a plastic trash bag in a dumpster in Portland. Someone had discarded the nest, and the chicks would have died if a passerby did not rescue them.

Science May 25, 2019

World's Most Expensive Gene Therapy Zolgensma Treats Rare Genetic Disease In Infants

The Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of Zolgensma in treating a rare genetic disease in infants. At a one-time treatment, Zolgensma costs at least $2.1 million.

Health May 25, 2019

China Emitting Large Amounts Of Banned Greenhouse Gas: This Is How CFC Destroys The Ozone Layer

An international study points to several Chinese factories as primary sources of CFCs. The banned chemical compound is known to accelerate the destruction of the ozone layer in the Earth's atmosphere.

Science May 25, 2019

Human Activity Causing Wildlife To Shrink, Larger Animals To Face Extinction

Researchers of a new study find that human activity is causing animals to shrink. Habitat loss, deforestation, and climate change are just some of the impacts of human activity.

Science May 25, 2019

New Study Suggests Leonardo da Vinci May Have Had ADHD

Polymath Leonardo da Vinci, who became known for his inventive mind and many creations, also became notorious because of his abandoned works and lack of discipline. Scientists now suggest Da Vinci may have suffered from ADHD.

Health May 25, 2019

Violent 'Wedge Tornado' Ravaged Missouri Capital: Here's What You Need To Know

A large and powerful tornado tore through Jefferson City in Missouri on May 22. Several tornadoes that struck the state in the past days left an extensive trail of devastation.

Science May 25, 2019

Ground Penetrating Radar Hints At Massive Amount Of Water Beneath Polar Region On Mars

Researchers just discovered a large reservoir of water ice underneath the surface of Mars. They believe that the slabs of ice sandwiched between alternating sand layers are remnants of ancient polar ice caps.

Science May 25, 2019

Stepping On The Scale Daily May Help You Avoid Weight Gain

People tend to overindulge during the holidays. Results of a study from the University of Georgia indicated that daily self-weighing is a potentially effective approach in preventing holiday‐associated weight gain in adults.

Health May 24, 2019

LOOK: Passenger Lights Cigarette On Spirit Airlines Flight

A seemingly intoxicated man was caught on camera lighting and smoking a cigarette on a flight. What are the general rules regarding smoking on airplanes?

Feature May 24, 2019

Fugitive Jose Simms Makes Deal With Police To Turn Self In If Wanted Poster Gets 15K Likes On Facebook

Police in Connecticut are searching for a fugitive who made a deal to turn himself in if his wanted poster gets 15,000 likes on Facebook. The deal was reached, but the suspect is still on the run.

Culture May 24, 2019

Scientists Junk Previous Genome Sequence Of Widely Researched Worm In Favor Of Newer And More Accurate One

Researchers found that the genome of the C. elegans, a worm used in many studies, is flawed. In a study, they described a single genetically clean strain where every individual is identical.

Science May 24, 2019

62,000 Pounds Of Beef Recalled Before Memorial Day Over Fears Of E. Coli Contamination

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that more than 62,000 pounds of raw ground beef products are getting recalled due to potential contamination of E. coli. An E. coli infection could be severe and even life-threatening.

Health May 24, 2019

Study Shows Tiny Short-Lived Fish Bolster Reef Ecosystems

The small cryptobenthic fishes are the cornerstones of a thriving coral reef system. In a new study, researchers found that the creatures provide a steady stream of new generations to be eaten by larger reef animals.

Science May 24, 2019

Tal Melenboim On The Latest Computer-Generated Imagery Influencers Trend

The online marketing arena is fiercely competitive. Companies routinely jockey for position to gain an edge over one another. The paradigm shift from print media advertisements to online media has been ably assisted by social media.

Tech May 24, 2019

Female Egyptian Fruit Bats Trade Morsels Of Food For Sex

Food in exchange for sex? Scientists discovered the behavior is common among Egyptian fruit bats, with females mating with the males that they scrounge food from the most.

Science May 24, 2019

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