Facebook Copying Snapchat With These New Features

Facebook Copying Snapchat With These New Features

Facebook just introduced Stories to its app, and it looks an awful lot like what Snapchat has been doing for years. The company has begun rolling out new features to its in-app camera, which let you add various effects to photos and videos and share them with your friends. 00

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Jupiter Has Rings Like Saturn

Jupiter Has Rings Like Saturn

Jupiter’s rings aren’t as famous as Saturn’s but they’re just as fascinating! 00

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Hacker Kevin Mitnick On Password Managers And Online Safety

Hacker Kevin Mitnick On Password Managers And Online Safety

It’s very difficult to come up with and remember unique passwords for every single login. Cyber security expert Kevin Mitnick — author of the book “The Art of Invisibility” — explains why you shouldn’t even try to come up with your own passwords, and what you should do instead. 00

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7 Minutes Workout

7 Minutes Workout

This 7-minute workout is ideal if you have little time to exercise or don’t have access to a gym. 00

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5 Giant Chinese Infrastructure Projects That Are Reshaping The World

5 Giant Chinese Infrastructure Projects That Are Reshaping The World

Over the next 10 years, China plans to move 250 million people — the equivalent of Indonesia’s entire population — into the country’s rapidly-growing megacities. To accommodate that enormous migration, the country has invested billions of dollars in massive infrastructure projects. Some are already complete, while others are still in...

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What Happens When You Drip Water And alcohol Onto Oil?

What Happens When You Drip Water And alcohol Onto Oil?

Dripping a solution of water and alcohol onto oil creates a undefined solution that is not all to clear to scientists. The results of this new research, published in Physical Review letters and in collaboration with The Lutetium Project. 00

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Foods With Hidden Sugar

Foods With Hidden Sugar

Consuming large amounts of sugar could result in obesity, diabetes, liver diseases, and even cancer. However, it is becoming more difficult to monitor sugar intake as many food companies sneak sugar in their products. Professor at Pediatric Endocrinology, UC San Francisco and author of “The Hacking of the American Mind”...

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Transporting Wind Turbines

Transporting Wind Turbines

These trucks deliver 172-foot-long wind turbine blades to a site on a steep mountain in China. 00

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Runners High Explained

Runners High Explained

“Runner’s high” is a euphoric feeling that many people feel after a hard run. Dr. Wendy Suzuki, a neuroscientist at New York University, explains the chemical changes occurring in the brain. 00

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Why We Have Palm Lines?

Why We Have Palm Lines?

Do the lines on your hands provide insight to your future? Nope! Not even a little. This video explains the scientific reason for why we have multiple palm lines and why some people have fewer than others. 00

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Couple Travels The Country In Tiny Home

Couple Travels The Country In Tiny Home

Alexis Stephens and Christian Parsons are a “go big or go home” kind of couple. When Alexis wanted to simplify her life and her surroundings in 2015, they removed the clutter, stashed their old photographs and Christmas decorations in a storage unit, and built the tiny home of their dreams....

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China Is Fighting Off The Snow With A Massive Tank

China Is Fighting Off The Snow With A Massive Tank

The Turbojet Snow Blower is a jet engine mounted on a tank. It is used to clear snow in China. 00

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The Monowheel

The Monowheel

The monowheel exists, and it looks like a blast. 00

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Dangers Of Public WIFI

Dangers Of Public WIFI

Public Wi-Fi hotspots might seem like a convenience, but they can also be a threat to your privacy. One of the most famous hackers in the United States and author of the book “The Art of Invisibility” explains why you might want to think twice before connecting. 00

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Smart Hair Brush

Smart Hair Brush

The Kérastase Hair Coach is a hairbrush that connects to an app on your phone. 00

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Shocking New Study Disproves 130-Year-Old Theory About Dinosaur Origins

Shocking New Study Disproves 130-Year-Old Theory About Dinosaur Origins

A study, recently published in Nature, is the first to seriously question dinosaur evolution. Where and when did the first dinosaurs appear on Earth? For the last 130 years, scientists thought dinosaurs evolved 230 million years ago on an ancient continent called Gondwana. But this new study claims neither the...

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What White Marks On Nails Mean About Health

What White Marks On Nails Mean About Health

Most of us have not a clue about the cause of these spots. They actually have different shapes and causes. Here we explain what leads nails to show them. 00

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Why NASA Won’t Send Humans To Venus?

Why NASA Won’t Send Humans To Venus?

Although Venus is easier to reach than Mars, scientists and space agencies around the world show little interest in exploring the planet. Why is it that they have so much enthusiasm in examining Mars but not our neighboring planet, Venus? 00

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Luggage Jacket

Luggage Jacket

This coat for the airport lets you wear all your luggage. 00

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5 Robots Will Draw Your Portrait

5 Robots Will Draw Your Portrait

An interactive art installation called “Five Robots Named Paul” has five different robots that aim cameras at you and draw your portrait. 00

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Blue Fire Tornado

Blue Fire Tornado

Because blue flames burn cleaner than yellow flames, it may be a better alternative to cleaning up oil spills. 00

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A Nutritionist Explains What People Always Get Wrong About Salt

A Nutritionist Explains What People Always Get Wrong About Salt

Andy Bellatti is a registered nutritionist based in Las Vegas. He explains some common misconceptions about salt and reveals some surprising details about different foods that have the same amount of sodium. 00

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Ocean ‘Dead Zones’

Ocean ‘Dead Zones’

Scientists led by the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute have discovered dead zones in a place where they least expected them: the Caribbean. More specifically, the tropics. 00

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This Is What Google’s Incredible New Campus Will Look Like

This Is What Google’s Incredible New Campus Will Look Like

Google has submitted plans to the town of Mountain View, California for a brand new campus called “Google Charleston East.” This will be the first time Google has created a building from the ground up. Here’s what Google thinks the building could look like. 00

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The Best Time To Stretch

The Best Time To Stretch

Erica Fritz, a physical therapist and the manager of the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Center at Hospital for Special Surgery, explains the proper time you should stretch during your workouts. 00

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This Robot Is Made For Walking

This Robot Is Made For Walking

Cassie is a robot designed for “legged locomotion.” 00

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Why Taxicabs Are Yellow?

Why Taxicabs Are Yellow?

Why are most taxicabs yellow? A new study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, reveals a telling advantage. 00

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This Blooming Sunflower Collects Energy From The Sun

This Blooming Sunflower Collects Energy From The Sun

Smart flower is a smart solar panel that follows the sun. It produces 40% more energy than regular solar panels. 00

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Child Robot Can Be Taught Just Like A Human 4-Year-Old

Child Robot Can Be Taught Just Like A Human 4-Year-Old

iCub is an open-source robot, so it can be used to learn anything, like balance, object recognition, grasp, and crawling. 00

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Europe Has Banned Hundreds Of Chemicals That US Still Uses

Europe Has Banned Hundreds Of Chemicals That US Still Uses

McKay Jenkins, author of “ContamiNation” and “Food Fight,” explains the disturbing truth that certain products in the US contain chemicals that Europe banned due to health concerns. 00

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Nasa’s Grippers

Nasa’s Grippers

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab created these super-strong grippers that can anchor and grip rocks at any angle. 00

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Dancing Excavator

Dancing Excavator

Chinese manufacturing firm XCMG makes the Spiderman, a walking excavator with 4 legs. 00

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Apple Might Totally Redesign The Next iPhone

Apple Might Totally Redesign The Next iPhone

Since the iPhone 7 was announced, rumors have been circulating about what Apple will cram into its next iPhone. Here’s a round up of everything we’ve heard that Apple might introduce in the next iPhone. 00

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How To Perform The Perfect Pull Up

How To Perform The Perfect Pull Up

Shawn Arent, the director of the Center for Health and Human Performance at Rutgers University and a Fellow in the American College of Sports Medicine, demonstrates the proper form for the pull-up. However, if you’re not ready for the pull-up, Arent has a few tricks to get you there. 00

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How To Enable The iPhone Magnifying Glass

How To Enable The iPhone Magnifying Glass

A new iPhone feature allows users to use it as a digital magnifier complete with color filters. Here’s how to enable it. 00

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Here’s What The Liquid  Is On Top Of Your Yogurt

Here’s What The Liquid Is On Top Of Your Yogurt

Smooth, cream yogurt is a delight. But, when you peel back the lid and find a pool of water, what should you do? Don’t pour it out. 00

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Watch As Frozen Utah Lake Builds Up Mountains Of Crumpled Ice

Watch As Frozen Utah Lake Builds Up Mountains Of Crumpled Ice

This is how frozen Utah lake builds mountains with a huge ratio of ice. 00

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Apple Is Turning The Next iPhone Into A Samsung Galaxy Phone

Apple Is Turning The Next iPhone Into A Samsung Galaxy Phone

In the early years of the smart phone wars, Samsung was accused of ripping features and design ideas from Apple. But now it’s rumored that Apple’s next iPhone will contain a lot of new features that Samsung has had for years. 00

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This Light-Up Bike Helmet Has Built-In Turn Signals

This Light-Up Bike Helmet Has Built-In Turn Signals

The Lumos bike helmet is a bike helmet that wants to save your life. Its 60 LEDs cover the front and back. In the rear, it has an automatic brake light that is controlled by an accelerometer. Left and right turn signals can be switched with buttons on the handlebars....

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The US Spends More On Its Military Than The Next 8 Countries Combined

The US Spends More On Its Military Than The Next 8 Countries Combined

According to 2015 estimates gathered by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, the United States was responsible for 36% of the entire world’s military spending. Even so, President Trump is calling for a $54 billion increase in US military spending which he says is needed to “rebuild the military.” In...

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A Navy Seal Explains Why You Should ‘Test Your Will’ At Least Once A Year

A Navy Seal Explains Why You Should ‘Test Your Will’ At Least Once A Year

Former Navy SEAL Clint Emerson, author of 100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative’s Guide to Eluding Pursuers, Evading Capture, and Surviving Any Dangerous Situation, explains why it’s so important to test your will and challenge yourself at least once a year. 00

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This Is How Humans Size Up In Comparison To Dinosaurs

This Is How Humans Size Up In Comparison To Dinosaurs

This is how humans size up in comparison to the dinosaurs featured in “Jurassic Park.” 00

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What Foods Look Like Before They’re Harvested

What Foods Look Like Before They’re Harvested

Having the modern conveniences of just running out to the store and picking up whatever you could possibly want to eat has very few drawbacks. However, you never really get to see what goes into making your food or how it’s harvested. Many foods look very different before they are...

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How Hippos Aalmost Became A Common American Food

How Hippos Aalmost Became A Common American Food

Today, most Americans wouldn’t know what hippopotamus tastes like. This might not have been the case if the ambitious plan to import great numbers of hippos to the United States was implemented in the early 1900’s. Here’s the full story of how hippos almost became a staple of American dinner...

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Telescoping Camper Doubles In Size

Telescoping Camper Doubles In Size

This expandable camper from RV-maker BauER doubles in size. 00

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Newly Declassified Films Show US Nuclear Tests

Newly Declassified Films Show US Nuclear Tests

The US government recently declassified films showing some of the 210 atmospheric nuclear tests it conducted between 1945 and 1962. 00

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Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung Galaxy S8

The latest iteration of Samsung’s flagship phone hasn’t officially been announced yet, but there are plenty of rumors about what it will look like. Here’s a roundup of everything we’ve heard so far in advance of its rumored launch on March 29, 2017. 00

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How To Become A Millionaire?

How To Become A Millionaire?

For most people, becoming a millionaire by 30 is not an easy task. However, it can be done with the right mindset. Here are 5 tips from people who became millionaires at a young age, as well as those who have studied hundreds of self-made millionaires. 00

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A Look At The New, All-Electric Chevy Bolt

A Look At The New, All-Electric Chevy Bolt

Take a look inside the new $37,500 all-electric Chevy Bolt. 00

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This Robot Can Sew

This Robot Can Sew

Sewbo is a seamstress robotic arm that controls a regular sewing machine to create entire garments. 00

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