Apple Campus In London: Move To Battersea Power Station Will Support A 'Neighborhood Rich With History'

Apple will consolidate its London offices into a campus that will occupy 500,000 square feet of the iconic Battersea Power Station. The upcoming office in this 'neighborhood rich with history' is expected to be ready by 2021 and will house Apple's 1,400 employees in the city.

Feature October 1, 2016

Facebook Apologizes For Exaggerating Video Traffic Figures, But Money Will Continue To Flow Into The Platform

Facebook made a mess of things due to exaggerating its video traffic figures. The company came out to apologize to advertisers, but will that be enough to regain their trust?

Feature September 24, 2016

Oculus Founder Palmer Luckey Funded Pro-Donald Trump Group But Says He's Not A Trump Supporter

Palmer Luckey, founder of Oculus VR, contributed $10,000 to a group that creates memes against Hillary Clinton. Amid backlash over his perceived support for Clinton's opponent Donald Trump, Luckey makes clear he doesn't support the latter.

Feature September 24, 2016

Here's Why Facebook Fired The Team Behind Trending Topics: It's Another Case Of Human vs Machine Intelligence

Facebook has fired the editorial team responsible for Trending Topics. The service, as always, will rely on a computer algorithm to vet the topics.

Feature August 27, 2016

Android 7.0 Nougat: Top 10 Features You'll Love

Google officially released its latest Android 7.0 Nougat, rocking a slew of neat tricks and improvements. We've compiled a list of the top 10 Android Nougat features, so here's what you get with the new OS.

Feature August 26, 2016

How NOT To Handle Classified Information: Lessons From The FBI Probe On Hillary Clinton's Emails

The FBI released on Friday a redacted summary of its investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server. The personal email account was used to communicate classified government information.

Feature September 3, 2016

6.2 Magnitude Earthquake Devastates Central Italy, Kills 37 People

At least 37 people have been killed while others remain trapped under the rubble after a magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck central Italy on Wednesday, Aug. 24. Italian officials are appealing for assistance and emergency services.

Feature August 24, 2016

What's Really Going On Between Olympic Swimmer Ryan Lochte And The Brazilian Government?

Inconsistencies in the statements of Olympic swimmers Ryan Lochte and James Feigen about an alleged armed robbery on Sunday have raised questions about the veracity of their claims. Two of their teammates, Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger, were prevented by Brazilian authorities from flying out of Rio in connection with the incident.

Feature August 18, 2016

Future Of Apple: Tim Cook Talks About Artificial Intelligence And Augmented Reality

Artificial intelligence and augmented reality are high on the list of Apple's next ventures, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook in his interview with The Washington Post. Cook had also made clear how A.I. and AR would figure significantly in Apple's future during the company's earnings call last month.

Feature August 15, 2016

Olympic Games Rio 2016: Why So Many Empty Seats At Major Events?

Could empty seats at the Olympic Games Rio 2016 be a sign that interest is waning? Organizers have sold only 84 percent of Olympic tickets.

Feature August 10, 2016

A Permanent Home For The Olympic Games: Should It Happen?

Should the Olympic Games find a permanent home? Experts argue that the prestigious sporting event may be a bane to a host country's economy, while others believe it is an investment for the future.

Feature August 4, 2016

Oldest Cancer Found In 1.7-Million-Year-Old Human Ancestor Bone Excavated In South Africa

A fossilized bone of a hominin child has evidence of the oldest malignant tumor. The mass, which was found in the metatarsal, is believed to be a form of an aggressive bone cancer called osteosarcoma.

Feature July 31, 2016

'Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force': 5 Beginner Tips/Tricks To Help Become The Ultimate Fencer

"Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force" is an enhanced version of "Fairy Fencer F" that brings all sorts of new content into the mix. Here are some tips to help you get started on your path to become the ultimate fencer.

Feature August 1, 2016

Bacteria In Our Gut Have Existed Even Before We Became Humans

Some of the bacteria in our intestines are already with us at least 15 million years ago, when humans were still pre-human apes. The research suggests gut bacteria is partly determined by evolution.

Feature July 22, 2016

Interview: Actress Lucy Griffiths Discusses AMC's 'Preacher'

On AMC's 'Preacher,' Lucy Griffiths portrays Emily, a character that doesn't appear in the comic books, but who was created specifically for the series. Griffiths recently spoke about the character and her relationships.

Feature July 22, 2016

World's Smallest Hard Disk Stores Data Using Chlorine Atoms

The world's smallest hard disk uses chlorine atoms to store data. The device has enough storage density to store each of all the books written by humans.

Feature July 19, 2016

Pokémon Go Users Become Targets Of Armed Robberies: Missouri Police

In their quest to catch 'em all, 'Pokémon Go' users reportedly became targets in a series of armed robberies in Missouri, police said on July 10. Here's what happened.

Feature July 11, 2016

9 Messaging Apps With End-to-End Encryption: Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, iMessage And More

Facebook Messenger is the latest messaging app to use end-to-end encryption. Here are nine apps that offer E2EE to keep messages out of prying eyes.

Feature July 9, 2016

2016 Set To Be A Long Year: Leap Second To Be Added To World's Clocks On New Year's Eve

The IERS, which keeps track of the world's time, announced that a leap second will be added on New Year's eve. Here's why.

Feature July 8, 2016

'Odin Sphere Leifthrasir' Recipe Guide: All The Recipes Hidden Throughout Erion And What They Do

Having trouble finding any recipes, or are you more more interested in their ingredients and what they do? Well, look no further, as this food guide has everything you need.

Feature July 3, 2016

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE: 5 Beginner Tips/Tricks To Set You On The Path To Stardom

'Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE' takes inspiration from 'Fire Emblem,' 'Shin Megami Tensei' and 'Persona' to give players a brand-new RPG experience. Here are some tips to help you get started on your path to stardom.

Feature June 26, 2016

Is There Life After Death? Hundreds Of Zombie Genes Come Alive After Life Ends

Among the genes that become active after death are developmental genes that sculpt embryos and those that promote cancer. Does this mean dead organisms can be brought back to life?

Feature June 24, 2016

We Pick Our Favorite E3 2016 Reveals

With E3 2016 now over, we survey the new video game landscape and choose which reveals were our favorites.

Feature June 17, 2016

Obama, Dalai Lama Meet At White House: Will It Damage Bilateral Ties With China?

On June 15, President Barack Obama met the Dalai Lama in a private meeting at the White House, despite a warning from China. A Chinese spokesperson warned the meeting could 'damage bilateral ties' between the two countries.

Feature June 16, 2016

'Odin Sphere Leifthrasir' Character Guide: Velvet Tips, Tricks And Recipe/Skill Locations

Missing any skills or recipes for Velvet, or are you in need of some skill recommendations? Either way, this guide has got you covered.

Feature June 27, 2016

'Odin Sphere Leifthrasir' Character Guide: Oswald Tips, Tricks And Recipe/Skill Locations

Missing any skills or recipes for Oswald, or are you in need of some skill recommendations? Either way, this 'Odin Sphere Leifthrasir' character guide has got you covered.

Feature June 17, 2016

Millennials' Best City: Philadelphia Ranks Best Place For Millennials To Work And Live

Move over, New York City: a new survey revealed that the best place fit for millennials to work and live is actually Philadelphia. Read on to find out why.

Feature June 16, 2016

How To Brew More Flavorful Coffee According To Science: Chill Coffee Beans

Brewing a more flavorful coffee is as simple as chilling the beans before grinding. How does colder temperature help boost coffee flavor?

Feature June 14, 2016

'Odin Sphere Leifthrasir' Character Guide: Mercedes Tips, Tricks And Recipe/Skill Locations

Missing any skills or recipes for Mercedes, or are you in need of some skill recommendations? Either way, this 'Odin Sphere Leifthrasir' character guide has got you covered.

Feature June 15, 2016

'Odin Sphere Leifthrasir' Character Guide: Cornelius Tips, Tricks And Recipe/Skill Locations

Missing any skills or recipes for Cornelius, or are you in need of some skill recommendations? Either way, this guide has got you covered.

Feature June 13, 2016

'Odin Sphere Leifthrasir' Character Guide: Gwendolyn Tips, Tricks And Recipe/Skill Locations

Missing any skills or recipes for Gwendolyn, or are you in need of some skill recommendations? Either way, this guide has got you covered.

Feature June 13, 2016

Traditional Canoe Sails Around The World Without Motor

A Polynesian crew is sailing the world without a motor on board a double hull traditional canoe called the Hōkūleʻa. The goal is to increase awareness of the Native Hawaiian culture and to demonstrate how the seas connect us all.

Feature June 10, 2016

Mother Of Child With Down Syndrome Writes Open Letter To Doctor Who Advised Abortion

'My child was perfect,' a mother of a child with Down syndrome recently wrote in a heartfelt open letter to her specialist who suggested she abort her baby. Here is her story.

Feature June 9, 2016

Forbes Names The World's Most Powerful Women

Forbes names German Chancellor Angela Merkel as the world's most powerful woman six years in a row. Forbes annual list of the world's most powerful women comprises of the top 25 'smartest and toughest female' professionals from various fields.

Feature June 9, 2016

Ramadan 2016 Begins: What Non-Muslims Need To Know About The Holy Festival

This week marks the beginning of the month-long observance of Ramadan. Here is what non-Muslims need to know about the holy festival.

Feature June 7, 2016

Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali Dies At 74 After Battling With Respiratory Illness

Muhammad Ali's fight with Parkinson's disease lasted for almost three decades and the boxing champion put up a good fight. Ali died on June 3 at 74 years old in a hospital in Phoenix, Arizona.

Feature June 4, 2016

Paris Floodwaters Prompt Louvre, Orsay Museums To Move Some Artwork

Precious artworks in Paris are in danger. The rising floodwaters in the French capital prompt Louvre and Orsay Museums to move several artworks to higher grounds as the water level in the Seine River continues to escalate.

Feature June 3, 2016

Prince Died From Accidental Overdose Of Opioid Fentanyl, Toxicology Tests Reveal

Toxicology tests reveal that the iconic singer Prince died from an accidental overdose of opioid fentanyl, which is 25 to 50 times more powerful than heroin and 100 times stronger than morphine.

Feature June 3, 2016

8-Year-Old Girl Receives New Kidney From Teacher

A first-grade teacher donated her kidney to save the life of her 8-year-old student. Natasha Fuller, who was suffering from chronic kidney disease, is now recovering well after the successful surgery earlier this week.

Feature May 30, 2016

Here Are The Top 10 New Species Of Plants And Animals Of 2016

A flower, a tree, a beetle, an ancient human, an ugly fish and more. Check out this top 10 list of new species of plants and animals and marvel at how much more we have yet to find.

Feature May 24, 2016

Yamuna Bug Causes India's Taj Mahal To Turn Green

The Taj Mahal is turning green, prompting officials to start investigations. The reason for the discoloration is said to be the Yamuna bugs.

Feature May 23, 2016

This Is How New Overtime Rule Could Affect Millions Of US Workers

Will the Obama administration's new overtime rule hurt the workforce? Here's how the new regulations could potentially affect millions of middle-class U.S. workers, and it doesn't look too promising.

Feature May 22, 2016

Obama Wants Children To Submit Science And Tech Ideas For New Advisory Committee

President Barack Obama wants kids to share their thoughts about science and technology. The leader set up a new children advisory panel as he believes the future of the country lies in these young scientists' innovations.

Feature May 21, 2016

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