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Great Style And Winning Designs: Interview With Serkan Ozturkcan, VP Of Marketing, Solo New York

Since 2008, Solo New York has been one of the best designers of laptop bags and backpacks. It is introducing three new collections: Varsity, Roadster, and Highland.

Life & Style August 6, 2018

VPN vs Web Proxy: 9 Reasons Why VPN Is Better Than Web Proxy

A VPN can provide more security and is better than an average web proxy. One of the best VPN service providers is HideMy.name because of its data security and anonymity.

HideMy.name August 3, 2018

Google's 'Dirty Secret' Allows Third Party Apps To Read Gmail Messages

Reports say Google lets third-party developers read private Gmail messages of users. Google said that the developers have been vetted before reading the messages.

Google July 3, 2018

11 Incredible Facts About Nvidia You Probably Didn't Know

Nvidia has created some of the most important technologies for videos games and other consumer products. Here are 11 incredible facts about the tech giant's history since the beginning of the company in 1993.

Company July 3, 2018

20 Ways You Are Slowly Destroying Your Laptop Without Realizing It

Some people take their laptops for granted and carelessly put it in harm's way. Here are 20 ways you are destroying your laptop without realizing it.

Computers July 2, 2018

Astronomers Capture The First Verified Image Of An Alien World Being Born

Scientists discovered the first images of a baby planet, PDS 70b, being born. They used the SPHERE instrument on the ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) to capture it.

Space July 2, 2018

Ex-NASA Scientist Says That UFOs Are Real And The Government Covers Up Alien Life

Physics Professor Kevin Knuth, an ex-NASA scientist, claimed that there are real UFO sightings covered up by the government. He wants scientists to study aliens.

Space June 30, 2018

Orangutans Have Spent The Past 70,000 Years Adapting To Humans Trying To Kill Them

A new study discovered that humans have greatly influenced orangutans over 70,000 years. This study could teach humans how to save orangutans from extinction.

Animals June 29, 2018

How A Quiz App Exposed The Data Of 120 Million Users Without Facebook Knowing About It

A security researcher discovered that a quiz app likely exposed the data of 120 million Facebook users. It was part of Facebook's Data Abuse Program, and there was an $8,000 bounty.

Apps/Software June 29, 2018

Samsung Messages Glitch Sends Your Private Photos To Random People Without Your Permission

A glitch in the Samsung Messages app results in the device sending photos to random people. Samsung has not fixed it and it has not acknowledged the bug.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 29, 2018

How A 28-Year-Old Transgender Man Received A Penis Made Out Of Forearm Skin

Elijah Stephens recently had New Jersey's first female-to-male genital reassignment surgery. Doctors removed skin and tissue from his forearm to make a penis.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 29, 2018

Study Reveals That Earth's Rivers Cover 44 Percent More Land Than What Scientists Thought

A new study has found that rivers and streams cover more land than what scientists originally conceived. More space for rivers could play a role in climate change.

Earth/Environment June 28, 2018

How A Vending Machine Experiment Proved That Crows Can Create Tools From Memory

A new study found that crows can use their memories to remember how to make tools and they can pass on that information. An experiment with a vending machine and paper was used to discover this.

Animals June 28, 2018

Google Maps Forecasts The Best — And Worst — Times To Travel On 4th Of July

Many people will be traveling on the road to celebrate Independence Day 2018. Google Maps released a platform that can guide drivers in cities about what times to avoid on the road.

Google June 28, 2018

Scientists Discover That The Milky Way Is Smothered In Gross 'Space Grease'

Scientists discovered the existence of 'space grease' and the quantity of it in the Milky Way galaxy. They recreated it in the lab to see how it absorbs certain kinds of light.

Space June 28, 2018

Slack Went Down And Users Are Complaining About It

On June 27, Slack went down due to connectivity issues and took a few hours before being restored. Users from around the world vented their frustrations with clever posts on Twitter.

Apps/Software June 27, 2018

UNESCO Praises Belize For Its 'Visionary Plan' To Save The 190-Mile Barrier Reef

UNESCO and other environmental groups praised Belize for saving its barrier reef. The Central American country passed new laws to stop oil drilling to protect the Belize Barrier Reef.

Earth/Environment June 27, 2018

Researchers Discover That Ancient Egyptians Were 100 Times Less Likely To Get Cancer Than People Today

Scientists discovered the types of cancer that some ancient Egyptians had. People in ancient Egypt were less likely to get cancer than people living in modern times.

Ancient June 26, 2018

Professor Studying Self-Esteem Wants Men To Submit Photos Of Their Penises With Sizes

Professor Alicia Walker of Missouri State University wants men to send her photos of their penises for a study. She is researching the link between penis size and self-esteem.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 26, 2018

Researchers Discover The Link Between Men's Testosterone Levels And Childhood Environments

A new study has found that childhood environments play a big role in testosterone levels later in life. Higher levels of testosterone are linked to prostate cancer, and lower levels are linked to a low libido.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 25, 2018

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