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Milky Way may be home to more than we know, given expansive extraterrestrial living conditions

Checklist for conditions under which extraterrestrial life could exist needs to be expanded, scientist says. Findings on Earth suggest more possibilities than thought, he notes.

Science June 10, 2014

Honeywell Lyric is one smart home thermostat that adjusts to your lifestyle thanks to GPS capability

Honeywell aims to get back to the top of the smart home sector. And the company's new Lyric smart thermostat hopes to do just that.

Smart Home June 10, 2014

SteelSeries' Sentry Eye Tracker could be a game-changer for game lovers

New gaming technology should help new gamers better track their skills. SteelSeries believes it will bridge the gap for those just getting into video games.

Tech June 10, 2014

Salesforce moves into wearables with 'Wear' app, developer tool kit

Salesforce.com jumps into the wearables sector with a new app. It is aimed to help developers get better access to creating their apps for wearable tech.

Tech June 10, 2014

Human male face evolved to take a beating

Researchers suggest shape of male face the result of evolutionary changes that allowed better odds of winning fights over resources. Study ignites debate over evolutionary pressures.

Science June 10, 2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime / Galaxy F (SM-G906) passes through the FCC

Samsung's premium version of the Galaxy S5 has just passed through the FCC. The listing reveals the smartphone's dimensions, which lines up with previous reports.

Tech June 10, 2014

U.S. cybersecurity firm accuses China's secret military unit of espionage

A security firm has revealed that China has been doing cyber espionage targeting America's vital agencies and installation. CrowdStrike accuses the former of using a special unit of its military to know the secrets of United States in the fields of aerospace, among others.

Defense June 10, 2014

Taking tomato pill daily benefits people with heart disease: Study

A tomato pill, which has lycopene - an antioxidant found in tomatoes - can benefit people with heart diseases. Lycopene is considered 10 times more potent than vitamin E.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 10, 2014

59 percent of breast cancer patients don't meet recommended physical activity guidelines

Engaging in physical activities can improve the survival odds of breast cancer patients. Unfortunately, more than half of breast cancer patients do not exercise enough.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 10, 2014

Secret Dens is a new gossiping tool for companies. Hussssh.

The popular Secret app has a new feature called Secret Dens for organizations, companies and universities. Secret Dens aims to share company-specific information within the confines of the workplace without making outsiders privy to the conversations.

Tech June 10, 2014

FDA approves Biogen's Eloctate for hemophilia A therapy

Hemophilia A patients have a new therapeutic option following FDA's approval of Biogen's Eloctate. Prophylactic infusions with the therapy can be done every three to five days.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 10, 2014

Facebook hires PayPal president as VP for messaging products

PayPal is going to lose its chief to Facebook, which wants a new person to turn its Messenger app into a viable business product.

Business Tech June 10, 2014

New technology may make smartphones project 3D hologram by Christmas 2015

Mobile or smartphones are no longer as simple as they used to be. Now, manufacturers can convert these devices easily into a microscope and the latest into a 2D or 3D hologram projector.

Tech June 10, 2014

Exercise helps with diversity of gut bacteria, lowers obesity risk

Increased variation of gut bacteria is associated with reduced obesity risks and the prevention of other health problems.Exercise and diet appear to have an impact on the diversification of these microbes.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 10, 2014

Citrus genome analysis suggests need for genetic diversity

Citrus fruits evolved over millions of years, but they could be in danger from a lack of genetic diversity.

Science June 10, 2014

E3 2014: Sony wants to wow, will have 70 games on show floor

Sony is looking to build on its early success over rival Microsoft by sticking to their promise of the PlayStation 4 being primarily a gaming machine. Sony will showcase 70 games on its E3 booth.

Tech June 10, 2014

All time high: 3.2 million people in Britain diagnosed with diabetes

Around 3.2 million people in the UK suffer from type 2 diabetes. The country's health department says that by 2030 around 8.8 percent of the population may suffer from diabetes.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 10, 2014

Cost of caring for people suffering from autism can reach $2.4 million per year

Special education, wages lost and other expenses incurred in caring for individuals with autism can be reach up to $2.4 million. This number does not even cover the expenses associated with raising kids, which is around $241,000.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 10, 2014

LG LifeBand Touch reviews are in. Will it give you a run for your money?

The new LG Lifeband Touch doesn't put your heart on your sleeve but measures your heart on your wrist. It is an early entrant in what should be a booming market for wearable health monitors.

Tech June 10, 2014

Moto X 'Try Then Buy' sales promotion starts, ends just as quickly

Motorola 'flash mobs' Moto X promotion, makes 'Try Then Buy' models available for about 10 hours. The promo helps introduce the new 64 GB high-capacity model.

Tech June 10, 2014

Rats regret making poor decisions. No wonder we're in a rat race

Scientists have found that rats can express regret when making a poor decision. This was once believed to be a uniquely human emotion.

Science June 10, 2014

E3 2014: EA announces 'Battlefield Hardline' beta. Are you playing cop or criminal?

EA announces the beta version of Battlefield Hardline at the E3 2014. Gamers will be able to play the latest game both as cops and criminals.

Tech June 10, 2014

Eugene Goostman beats Turing Test: The '13-year-old Ukrainian kid' who duped humans

The Turing Test was developed in 1950, as a test of artificial intelligence. A computer passed the exam for the first time.

Science June 10, 2014

'McLaren' Windows Phone will feature 3D Touch technology. Here's what we know so far

The "McLaren" Windows Phone will feature 3D Touch technology that will allow users to control their phone through gestures, without the need to touch the screen of the phone.It is viewed as the successor to the Nokia Lumia 1020.

Tech June 10, 2014

Sony opens E3 2014 conference with 'Destiny' trailer, announces white PS4 bundle

Is the future of gaming here already? That’s what Sony and Activision wants to think so as E3 2014 opens with a new MMORPG and a white PS4 to go with it.

Tech June 10, 2014

Young boy battling cancer becomes superhero for a day

South Florida got their own Striker Boy when Make-A-Wish Foundation gave a 9-year-old boy with leukemia a chance to be a superhero for his birthday. Jaylen Hyde saved many lives on June 6.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 10, 2014

Google mobile search has new enemy: Apps

Google is losing search revenue and market share on the mobile front, and this has a lot to do with apps such as Yelp, Foursquare and more.

Tech June 10, 2014

Sony PS4 powers company to top of game console sales chart after 8 years

Sony is back on top after years, and it should be seen as a well deserved victory. However, the company has a lot of work left to be done before it can truly celebrate.

Tech June 10, 2014

Apple joins Cloud Wars with iCloud Drive: Will it survive?

Apple isn't going to sit around while the cloud market disappears. This is why the giant from Cupertino launched its new iCloud Drive service, designed for cloud storage and computing.

Tech June 10, 2014

With Spotsetter, Apple Maps may finally get to beat Google Maps: Here's why

Apple is working hard to improve its mapping app and it might just find the very thing that might help Maps compete better with Google's own offering.

Tech June 10, 2014

OpenSSL flaw is scary but it's no Heartbleed

The latest discovered OpenSSL vulnerability is considered more dangerous than Heartbleed. Hackers can exploit the OpenSSL flaw to obtain personal and sensitive data of others.

Tech June 10, 2014

Here's why Dropbox bought Droptalk (and 'Drop' has nothing to do with it)

Dropbox goes chatty, could possibly include messaging features into its cloud storage service after the quiet acquisition of a messaging-cloud storage startup whose name sounds a lot like Dropbox.

Business Tech June 10, 2014

Google Project Tango 3D-mapping tablet is very much real but only for developers

Google is on a roll where innovation is concerned, and it appears the company is about to innovate again in a big way with its Tango tablet.

Tech June 10, 2014

Astronaut Vine video from space goes viral

The first Vine video in space, showing a full orbit of Earth, has gone viral on the internet.

Science June 10, 2014

E3 2014: Microsoft announced 'Crackdown 3' exclusive for Xbox One: What to expect?

"Crackdown 3" is making its outing on the Xbox One, and it appears the game is going to be explosive as ever. No real-time gameplay, but the trailer should be enough to hold gamers over.

Tech June 10, 2014

Sony edges Nintendo in game console sales, first in eight years

Nintendo is no longer the world’s favorite gaming console. That title has been usurped by Sony, whose PlayStation 4 sold more than 7 million units since it was released in November.

Tech June 9, 2014

USDA Wildlife Services killed 4 million animals in 2013. Justified or just too much?

In 2013, the federal government culled more than 4 million wild animals. The state-sanctioned culling included black bears, prairie dogs, coyotes, bobcats and even a bald eagle and golden eagles.

Science June 9, 2014

Computer passes Turing Test, poses as 13-year-old boy and fools humans

In a historic moment for AI development, a supercomputer named Eugene Goostman has finally passed the Turing Test. The computer can successfully fool humans into thinking that it is a 13 year old boy.

Tech June 9, 2014

Rats feel regret, recognize missed opportunities: Study

Neuroscientists have determined that rats may also be capable of feeling 'regret.' This marks the first time that this type of emotion was scientifically verified in an animal.

Science June 9, 2014

Alexander Imich, world's oldest man, dies at 111

Imich managed to live through World Wars 1 and 2 as well as the era of the internet. In April this year, he was declared the oldest man alive.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 9, 2014

Nokia Lumia 2014 through 2015 roadmap leaks with details on new Windows Phone smartphones

A roadmap of Nokia's reported smartphone plans from now through 2015 has leaked. The company is set to release new entry-level and flagship smartphones, along with a new phablet codenamed "Cityman."

Tech June 9, 2014

Chobani 'Nature got us to 100 calories, not scientists' slogan draws fire, prompts apology

Chobani yogurt just tried a new advertising campaign that backfired. Maybe science DID help it get to 100 calories, after all.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 9, 2014

iPhone 6 rear case leak shows new cutout for Apple logo that might be used for notifications

Several images of what is reportedly the rear case of the iPhone 6 have leaked. The most notable discovery is this will be the first iPhone to have a cutout for Apple's logo, which could be used for light up notification alerts.

Tech June 9, 2014

New images and details of the QHD 2560 x 1440 Samsung Galaxy F leak

Several images of the Samsung Galaxy F have just leaked. The images confirm the Galaxy F name and that the smartphone is expected to be released in September.

Tech June 9, 2014

Rats regret bad decision making. No wonder we all say "Rats!"

A new study has shown rats regret poor decisions. The new research debunks the myth that only humans have feelings of regret.

Science June 9, 2014

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