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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Catches Fire: Galaxy Note 7 All Over Again?

A woman from Long Island sued Samsung after her Galaxy Note 9 burst into flames while inside her purse. It is too early to say, but hopefully the situation does not devolve into another debacle like the Galaxy Note 7.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 18, 2018

Global Warming Made Hurricane Florence Much Worse

Experts believe that climate change likely made Hurricane Florence more dangerous. According to a senior scientist from the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Hurricane Florence brought as much as 50 percent rainfall, compared to if it happened 100 years ago.

Earth/Environment September 18, 2018

OnePlus TV In The Works: Here's What We Know About It So Far

The OnePlus TV is in the works, with CEO Pete Lau claiming that it will be a premium device with artificial intelligence features. The name of the OnePlus TV is not yet final, with a contest now open for suggestions.

Gadgets September 18, 2018

Amazon Alexa Will Power 8 New Devices Coming This Year

Amazon will release at least eight new Alexa-powered devices within the year, including a microwave oven, receiver, subwoofer, amplifier, and in-car device. The new hardware will place Amazon in competition with companies such as Sonos and GE.

Gadgets September 18, 2018

'Fortnite' Addiction Destroying Marriages: Game Showing Up In Divorce Filings

A UK service noted that 'Fortnite' is one of the online games that have recently been mentioned as a reason for divorce. Relationships are changing over time, with married couples now having to share their relationship with a video game.

Video Games September 17, 2018

Google China Prototype Allows Government To Track Search Queries Of Citizens

Google's new search engine for China will allow the government to track the search queries of its citizens. Codenamed Project Dragonfly, it will also prevent Chinese people from accessing information deemed sensitive by the ruling Communist Party.

Google September 17, 2018

Pins And Needles Found In Strawberries In Australia: Manhunt Launched For Culprit

Strawberry lovers, beware: pins and needles have been found inside the fruits in Queensland, Australia. Authorities have launched the manhunt for the culprit behind the dangerous scheme, while the public is urged to slice strawberries before eating them.

Public Health September 17, 2018

Man Dies From Shark Attack In Cape Cod, First In Over 80 Years In Massachusetts

Arthur Medici, a 26-year-old, died from a shark attack in Cape Cod's Newcomb Hollow Beach. The incident, the first death due to a shark attack in over 80 years in the state, was believed to be due to mistaken identity.

Public Health September 16, 2018

BPA-Free Plastic May Not Be Safer After All

BPA-free plastic products were supposed to be safer compared to those that contained the infamous ingredient. However, researchers accidentally discovered that BPA alternatives are still as dangerous, resulting to chromosomal abnormalities in exposed mice.

Public Health September 15, 2018

Spotify Song Download Limit Increased To 10,000 Tracks, To Fight Back Against Apple Music

Spotify has increased its song download limit from 3,333 tracks on up to three devices to 10,000 tracks on up to five devices. The move addresses one of the biggest complaints that users have against the music streaming service.

Apps/Software September 14, 2018

'Diablo III' Invades 'Overwatch' With Demon Hunter Sombra Skin: Here's How To Get It

Gamers who purchase the BlizzCon 2018 Virtual Ticket will receive a legendary skin for Sombra of 'Overwatch' based on the Demon Hunter class of 'Diablo III.' Fortunately, there is another way to get it.

Video Games September 14, 2018

Young Turtles More Prone To Death For Eating Plastic In Ocean

A new study revealed that young turtles have a higher risk of dying from eating the plastic polluting the oceans. This is because young turtles swim nearer the surface, where the plastic pollution floats.

Animals September 14, 2018

Nintendo Direct September 2018: New Nintendo Switch Games, Nintendo Switch Online, And Wireless NES Controllers

The latest Nintendo Direct revealed several new Nintendo Switch games, including 'Animal Crossing,' 'New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe' and several 'Final Fantasy' games. The video also revealed new wireless NES controllers for the classic games in Nintendo Switch Online.

Video Games September 14, 2018

Hurricane Florence Looks Downright Terrifying From Space

Hurricane Florence is raging toward the East Coast of the United States. The Category 4 storm is frightening, and looks even more terrifying in images and videos taken from space by NASA and astronauts on the International Space Station.

Space September 13, 2018

Americans Getting Fatter: Obesity Rates Over 35 Percent In 7 States

The State of Obesity 2018 report revealed that Americans are getting fatter. Seven states had obesity rates of more than 35 percent in 2017, compared to five in 2016 and none in 2012.

Public Health September 13, 2018

Apple Shows Off The iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, And iPhone XR

Apple finally unveiled the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR. Here's a quick rundown of what the three 2018 iPhone models offer, along with their release dates and prices.

Apple September 13, 2018

Apple Watch Series 4 Unveiled: Here's What's New

Apple kicked off its Sept. 12 iPhone event by unveiling the 'redesigned and re-engineered' Apple Watch Series 4. The new Apple Watch offers a larger display, fall detection, an ECG reader, and a faster processor.

Apple September 13, 2018

Nintendo Switch Online Release Date Set For Sept. 18: Gamers Get 1-Week Free Trial

The Nintendo Switch Online launch is finally happening, after a delay of one and a half years. The service will roll out on Sept. 18, and will offer a one-week trial to Nintendo Switch gamers.

Video Games September 13, 2018

Shopping On eBay Made Easier With iPhone X: Buy Stuff By Moving Your Head

A team from eBay created HeadGaze, which is technology that allows iPhone X owners to buy things online using only head movements. The software may be fully appreciated by knowing the true purpose behind its development.

Apple September 12, 2018

NASA May Sell Naming Rights For Rockets: Here's Why That's A Bad Idea

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has tasked the agency to study the possibility of selling naming rights for rockets to private companies. The proposal, which comes with several limitations, may be a bad idea.

Space September 12, 2018

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