US Senator Intends To Ban Lithium-Ion Batteries From Aircraft Transportation

Only weeks after a United Nations committee recommended a global ban on transporting lithium-ion batteries via cargo airplanes, a U.S. senator has stated his intention to introduce a bill that would legally bar the batteries from planes on a national level.

Legal February 11, 2016

Star Trek Fans Have A Dating Site To Call Their Own

There is a new and interesting dating app that is related to none other than Star Trek.

Apps/Software February 11, 2016

The British Government Can Now Record The Internet History Of Every UK Citizen

Parliament has decided to pass a piece of legislation that would allow the government to record the Internet history of every citizen in the United Kingdom.

Internet February 11, 2016

Someone Trolled The University Of Michigan By Spamming Its Students With 'Hotline Bling' Lyrics

Someone sent spam emails throughout the University of Michigan, under the name of 'Hotline Bling Bling Boi.'

Internet Culture February 11, 2016

Thomas Edison's First Patented Invention Was An Electric Voting Machine

Thomas Edison is best known for inventing the lightbulb and for being one of the fathers of movie-making and sound recording. There's a less-recognized invention the Wizard of Menlo Park designed that in many ways could have changed the course of American history - that is, if it had ever been given a chance.

Computers February 11, 2016

Now You Can Make Artificial Human Organs With A $40 Cotton Candy Machine

Researchers at Vanderbilt University think they have found the key to creating artificial capillaries, livers and other human organs - and it's all thanks to everyone's favorite state fair treat, cotton candy.

February 10, 2016

Johnny Depp Has Signed On For The Universal Remake Of 'The Invisible Man'

It looks like Johnny Depp will be joining Universal's remake of the studio's 1933 classic 'The Invisible Man.' Taking a cue from Marvel (and Sony), Universal plans to form its own expanded universe with Hollywood's classic monsters.

Movies/TV Shows February 10, 2016

Johns Hopkins Will Conduct The First HIV-Positive Organ Transplant

A team of scientists and surgeons has just gotten the go-ahead for a groundbreaking procedure: an organ transplant between an HIV-positive patient and an HIV-positive donor.

February 10, 2016

This Cosplayer Used A Hoverboard To Fly Around Taipei As Goku From 'Dragonball Z'

A cosplayer in Taipei decided to put a new spin on the much-maligned hoverboard by dressing up as 'Dragonball Z' fan favorite Goku and turning the board into a fluffy yellow nimbus cloud.

Movies/TV Shows February 10, 2016

Sonic The Hedgehog Will Finally Get His Own Live-Action Movie

Sega Sammy Group CEO Hajime Satomi has revealed a tentative release date for the 'Sonic the Hedgehog' live-action and animation 'hybrid.'

Movies/TV Shows February 10, 2016

According To Scientists, Sneezing Is A Lot Grosser Than You Think

Sneezing might not be the most dainty of bodily functions, but according to a recent study conducted by researchers at MIT, what actually goes on during during a big 'achoo!' is a lot more disgusting than what meets the eye. With a label like 'sneeze spray,' how could it not be grosser than what you ever imagined?

Life February 10, 2016

Sony Either Teases Or Trolls Fans About 'Crash Bandicoot' Revival

One of PlayStation's official Twitter accounts posted a photo that might hint at the return of one of the company's most beloved video game characters. Is it a massive tease, or a brilliant bout of trolling?

Geek February 10, 2016

Scientists Genetically Modified Fruit Flies By Keeping Them In The Dark For 60 Years

For more than six decades, scientists at Kyoto University have been studying the effects of external factors on the genome of the typical fruit fly — and if it can change particular factors of its genetic makeup. The answer? Yes.

Animals February 9, 2016

Google Has Officially Pulled Flash Ads

R.I.P. Flash: Google announced that it has done away with Flash ads for its Google Display Network and more, with plans to revamp both networks as solely HTML5-compatible.

Internet February 9, 2016

Jughead And Betty Have Been Cast For The CW's Live-Action Archie Show 'Riverdale'

More than six months since the announcement that a live-action version of the beloved Archie comics would be adapted for the CW, 'Riverdale' has cast two of its major players, Jughead and Betty.

Movies/TV Shows February 9, 2016

Scientists Have Discovered What Glues Concrete Together

Scientists at MIT have discovered the chemical makeup of one of the most widely-used substances on the planet, and more importantly, what binds the material in the first place.

Animals February 9, 2016

Android Founder Andy Rubin Wants To Monopolize AI With A Dash Cam And Your Data

Former Google exec and Android co-founder Andy Rubin has announced his latest designs for the tech industry -- and plans to take over what he considers the most important technological frontier of the decade: artificial intelligence.

Start Ups February 9, 2016

The New 'Archer' Trailer Reveals The 'Magnum, P.I.'-Inspired Seventh Season's Hollywood Location

The FX cult classic show about our favorite animated spy has released the trailer for its seventh season, proving that Sterling Archer is once again back in business.

Movies/TV Shows February 9, 2016

A Hacker Has Leaked The Department Of Homeland Security's Personal Directory

An unidentified hacker has leaked the names and contact information of over 9,000 employees who work for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security — and claims that the Department of Justice and the FBI are next.

Society February 8, 2016

Netflix Purchased The Rights To A Black Comedy Starring Adolf Hitler

Netflix has purchased the distribution rights to the German film 'Look Who's Back,' which centers around a protagonist who may or may not be one of the most reviled figures in history — Adolf Hitler.

Movies/TV Shows February 8, 2016

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