First Dates, True Love

First Dates, True Love

Spring is on the way and love is in the air, and no other month is as focused on the celebration of romance quite like February. While many content couples celebrated anniversaries and the ease of commitment, other brave souls took the plunge into the dating waters. Studies show that more American sign up for dating sites between January and February more than any other time of year, showing that as challenging as fo...

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First Human-Pig Chimera Is a Step Toward Custom Organs

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First Human-Pig Chimera Is a Step Toward Custom Organs

Every day, 22 people in America die while waiting for an organ transplant. But when scientists can grow replacement livers or kidneys or pancreases inside of animal hosts, medicine’s organ shortage ...

From self-walking shoes to full-body Airblades, the amazing tech 2017 should deliver

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From self-walking shoes to full-body Airblades, the amazing tech 2017 should deliver

2016 was a year full of possibility. From new wireless earbuds to virtual assistants built into speakers a lot of what we saw seemed like a glimpse of a better future. But what if someone actua...

Geocaching: GPS treasure hunt on shifting ground as Australia changes coordinates

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Geocaching: GPS treasure hunt on shifting ground as Australia changes coordinates

Australia is on the move. The continent drifts in a north-north-east direction at rate of 7cm a year. But, from this year, its recorded latitude and longitude will move 1.8[1] metres – a scheduled u...

Samsung Triumphs Over Apple in Supreme Court Appeal

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Samsung Triumphs Over Apple in Supreme Court Appeal

Image Source | Youtube.com On Tuesday the U.S. Supreme Court threw out a lower court’s judgment in a unanimous decision that involved a supposedly $399 million lower court judgment against Samsung f...

NASA Robots will Be Made of Metallic Glass to Better Withstand the Rigors of Space Exploration

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NASA Robots will Be Made of Metallic Glass to Better Withstand the Rigors of Space Exploration

Image Source | Youtube.com In its quest to give robots human-like grace but strength even in the frozen wastes of space, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is looking at exotic gears made out of...

Famed Astronaut John Glenn Honored as an Inspiration After Passing Away

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Famed Astronaut John Glenn Honored as an Inspiration After Passing Away

Image Source | Youtube.com Famed astronaut John Glenn passed away[1] at the age of 95 in Columbus, Ohio. He was the first American astronaut to orbit the earth. He has been admitted at the James Can...

Facebook’s Weapon Against Trolls and Extremists: College Students

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Facebook’s Weapon Against Trolls and Extremists: College Students

Image Source | Pixabay.com Online harassment, trolling, and religious and violent extremism is growing at an alarming rate on social media. People online are getting ridiculed, sexually harassed, th...

John Glenn, First US Astronaut to Orbit Earth, Has Died at 95

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John Glenn, First US Astronaut to Orbit Earth, Has Died at 95

John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth and, later, the oldest human to leave the planet, died on December 8, 2016. He was 95 years old. In 1962, Glenn became the face ...

Become a Sneaky Urban Fox in This Entrancing 360-Degree Video

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Become a Sneaky Urban Fox in This Entrancing 360-Degree Video

Filming nature documentaries is a singular pursuit—often terrible conditions, lots of things biting you, and lots of waiting for your subject to show up. And it doesn’t get much more challenging tha...

Apple flips out with clamshell iPhone patent

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Apple flips out with clamshell iPhone patent

It’s time to party like it’s 1999: Apple[1] has patented a flip-phone. Admittedly, the phone depicted in the patent, spotted by AppleInsider[2], is rather more advanced than 2004’s Motorola Razr. Th...

iPhone 'prank' video crashes Apple smartphones

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iPhone 'prank' video crashes Apple smartphones

A link to a video, which when watched slows down any iPhone until it crashes, is being used as the latest iPhone crash prank.[1] The video from the Sina Weibo-backed video-sharing app Miaopai plays ...

Apple to replace some iPhone 6S batteries free of charge

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Apple to replace some iPhone 6S batteries free of charge

Apple will replace the batteries on its iPhone 6S free of charge after discovering a fault with the 2015 top-end smartphone.[1] The company has started a free repair programme for iPhone 6S[2] smart...

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