Rosetta’s Spacecraft Death Spiral

Rosetta’s Spacecraft Death Spiral

The Rosetta spacecraft has been trailing a comet for the last two and a half years, on a slow, spinning ride to it’s ultimate destruction. But science thanks you, Rosetta. 00

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Hiding Drones In The Ocean

Hiding Drones In The Ocean

The research arm of the United States Military, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), constantly has some new mind-blowing invention up their sleeves. This time, it’s an initiative that’s looking to hide drones on the seafloor. Here’s how DARPA thinks they could make it work. 00

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Why Syrup Bottles Have Tiny Handles

Why Syrup Bottles Have Tiny Handles

If brunch-time has you wondering about maple syrup packaging, you’re not alone. Who is Mrs. Butterworth anyway? What are all these waffle holes for? And perhaps most perplexing, what’s up with the teeny-tiny handle on the side of a maple syrup bottle? It’s called a skeumorph, and here’s why it’s...

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China’s Space Program

China’s Space Program

Over the recent years, China has stepped up their space game. The CEO of Space Angels Network, Chad Anderson, explains how China could rival with the leading forces in space explorations. 00

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App Start Your Shower

App Start Your Shower

Those mornings when you’re running late and you don’t have time for the shower to warm up before you hop in, next thing you know you’re drenched in cold water. “U” by Moen is a connected shower that lets you start your shower from an app, set presets for your...

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Telomere Science & Aging Effects

Telomere Science & Aging Effects

In 2009, Elizabeth Blackbrun — along with Jack. W. Szostak and Carol W. Greider — was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for her help in discovering “how chromosomes are protected by telomeres.” Telomeres protect our DNA, but over time our telomeres wear down. When this happens, we...

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Ruby Sea Dragon

Ruby Sea Dragon

In 2015, scientists at Scripps Oceanography stunned the oceanography community by announcing a new species of sea dragon, colloquially known as the ruby sea dragon. 00

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Surprising Facts About NASA

Surprising Facts About NASA

NASA has accomplished some amazing feats throughout the decades. However, there’s so much more about NASA that doesn’t hit headlines. Here are some bizarre, interesting, and amusing facts about NASA. 00

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New Nintendo Switch Console

New Nintendo Switch Console

The Nintendo Switch, the company’s new hybrid console, allows you to play games however you want at home on your big screen TV or on the go with the included portable tablet. 00

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How To Slow Down The Effects Of Aging?

How To Slow Down The Effects Of Aging?

Blackburn spoke to us about why this is, and how we can take better care of our telomeres to slow down the effects of aging. You can also read more about Blackburn’s work on telomere science in her book “ 00

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How Google Map Knows When There’s Traffic?

How Google Map Knows When There’s Traffic?

Google Maps is a very useful tool for navigating your way around the world and getting to your destination as quickly as possible. One way it accomplishes this is by predicting traffic and calculating the fastest route. But how is Google able to accurately monitor all of these cars? The...

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Application That Starts Your Shower

Application That Starts Your Shower

Those mornings when you’re running late and you don’t have time for the shower to warm up before you hope in, next thing you know you’re drenched in cold water. “U” by Moen is a connected shower that lets you start your shower from an app, set presets for your...

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iPhone Tricks

iPhone Tricks

You think you know everything about your iPhone? Think again. There are lots of hidden tips and tricks that will make some everyday tasks much easier. Here are a few simple ones that may change the way you use your phone. 00

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How To Identify A Lost iPhone

How To Identify A Lost iPhone

If you stumble upon a lost iPhone, there’s actually a quick way to identify whose it is using Siri. Here’s what you need to know, and how to set it up for your phone. 00

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How To Reset Your iPhone Or iPad

How To Reset Your iPhone Or iPad

If you think you have a virus and need to reset your iOS device, follow these steps. 00

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Polar Bear Pov

Polar Bear Pov

The USGS has attached a camera to a polar bear in order to study its behavior and feeding rates. The footage will serve to provide more information for scientists to understand how polar bears are responding to sea ice declines. 00

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Nintendo Switch Pre-Orders Go Live, January 13

Nintendo Switch Pre-Orders Go Live, January 13

The Nintendo Switch presentation is still a day away, but the Nintendo NY store announced via Twitter pre-orders at the store go live January 13 at 9 AM ET. 00

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Notebook Can Be Wiped Clean

Notebook Can Be Wiped Clean

What do you do with your notebooks when you’re finished with them — do you save them or just throw them away? A Kickstarter for the Everlast notebook aims to change all that with an innovative notebook that can be digitally scanned, then wiped clean when you’re ready to start...

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A Proper Bench Press

A Proper Bench Press

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 bench press. 00

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BMW’s Robertson On 5 Series, Electric Cars

BMW’s Robertson On 5 Series, Electric Cars

 BMW Management Board Member Ian Robertson discusses the 2017 5 Series, the future of electric vehicles, standards for autonomous driving and the company’s investment in a plant in Mexico. He speaks with David Westin on “Bloomberg Markets” from the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. 00

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Facebook To Start Showing Ads In Middle Of Its Videos

Facebook To Start Showing Ads In Middle Of Its Videos

Facebook wants to show more ads to people who watch its videos and start making money for the people who supply it with those videos. 00

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Snapchat Sets Up International Office In London

Snapchat Sets Up International Office In London

Despite the UK’s vote to depart from the European Union, Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, has established its London office as the company’s international headquarters. 00

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Windows 10 Creators Update Build 15002

Windows 10 Creators Update Build 15002

The Windows 10 Creators Update is due early this year, and Microsoft served up what you might call a hearty appetizer Monday morning: its massive Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15002, with so many improvements that we will limit this article to a discussion of front-end changes. 00

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Use The MacBook Pro Touch Bar From An iPad

Use The MacBook Pro Touch Bar From An iPad

Duet allows you to use your iPad as an external display and Touch Bar. I use it to employ closed-clamshell mode while retaining Touch Bar access. 00

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How To Survive Falling Through Frozen Ice

How To Survive Falling Through Frozen Ice

The winter season turns the outdoors into a frosty wonderland. But if you venture too far out onto that beautiful mirror-like frozen lake, it may crack apart beneath your feet. We hope it won’t but, if it does, here’s what to do. 00

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SpaceX Uses Deep-Cryogenic Lox

SpaceX Uses Deep-Cryogenic Lox

For nearly a year, SpaceX has been trying out something new: super-cooling the liquid oxygen (LOX) which is a key ingredient in rocket fuel. It’s called deep-cryo LOX, and the idea has been around since NASA began designing rockets in the first half of the 20th century. But no one...

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Inside Out Umbrella

Inside Out Umbrella

The KAZbrella is an ingenious umbrella which folds inside out, keeping the water off of you and making it easier to fold in tight spaces. The KAZbrella was invented by Jenan Kazim, an Aeronautical engineer from the U.K. It raised close to $400,000 during the project’s first Kickstarter campaign and...

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New Human Organ ‘Mesentery’

New Human Organ ‘Mesentery’

Two researchers — Dr. Calvin Coffey and Dr. Peter O’Leary — are forever changing the way we understand an important tissue in the human body called the mesentery. In a recent study, Coffey and O’Leary suggest that the mesentery deserves to be recognized as an new human organ. There are...

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Baby Elephant Learns To Walk Again

Baby Elephant Learns To Walk Again

Meet Fah Jam, a five-month-old Thai Elephant who is learning to swim as if her life depends on it. Because it just might be the only way she’ll learn to walk again. 00

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Honda Neuv

Honda Neuv

Honda thinks owners of its concept New Electric Urban Vehicle (NeuV) could have it pick up and drop off passengers when they’re not using it. 00

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Google Pixel Vs. iPhone 7

Google Pixel Vs. iPhone 7

Google’s first ever smartphones, the Pixel and the Pixel XL, are such good phones that they can go head-to-head with many iPhone features. In fact, the Pixel may even be a better phone. 00

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Razer Laptop Has 3 Screens

Razer Laptop Has 3 Screens

At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Razer unveiled a crazy concept laptop that has three monitors. It’s called Project Valerie — here’s what it’s like. 00

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Furrion’s Luxury RV

Furrion’s Luxury RV

One of the biggest attractions of the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show is the Furrion ELYSIUM. The concept luxury recreational vehicle has all the amenities of a penthouse apartment, assuming that penthouse also as a helicopter. 00

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The Highest Bridge In The World

The Highest Bridge In The World

The highest bridge in the world has opened over the Beipanjiang Valley in China. It’s 1,800 feet above the ground, or the equivalent of a 200-story building. 00

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Blind Taste Test Of Popular Salsas

Blind Taste Test Of Popular Salsas

We tested five mild, chunky, store-bought salsas to find out which is best for your next party. The contenders: Ortega, Tostitos, Chi-Chi’s, Old El Paso, and Taco Bell. 00

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How To Delete Audio History

How To Delete Audio History

Google Home and the Amazon Echo Dot were popular gifts this holiday season. The voice-activated assistants both provide a variety of services that can help you out around the house and entertain you. But to accomplish this task, they also keep audio recordings of everything you have ever asked them....

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Declawing Cat Is Actually Horrible

Declawing Cat Is Actually Horrible

Cats and scratches go hand-in-hand. Ever since we’ve started having indoor cats, about 40 years ago, we’ve been learning how to cope with their claws. Author of “The Lion in the Living Room,” Abigail Tucker, explains just how awful the practice of declawing is for them — and their animal...

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Xiaomi TV Is Thinner Than An iPhone

Xiaomi TV Is Thinner Than An iPhone

Xiaomi has amazed us before with their smartphones. Now they’ve done it again, this time with a TV that has an edge-to-edge screen and a top half that is thinner than an iPhone. 00

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Samsung’s Smart FlexWash

Samsung’s Smart FlexWash

Samsung is showing off its new FlexWash/FlexDry laundry machines at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, and they look amazing. The washer/dryer combo can handle four loads at a time — and the companion app allows you to control the machines from your phone. 00

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Astronauts Prepare For Space By Caving

Astronauts Prepare For Space By Caving

Astronauts are spending weeks in underground caves in Italy. The conditions are thought to help prepare astronauts for the harsh reality of spaceflight. 00

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Radiation Hot Spot Over South America

Radiation Hot Spot Over South America

The closest radiation belt to Earth roams above South America. It is called the South Atlantic Anomaly and gives off high levels of radiation that has been known to destroy satellites. 00

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Chrysler Portal Self-Driving Minivan

Chrysler Portal Self-Driving Minivan

Chrysler just showed off the Portal, its futuristic minivan concept, at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show. The vehicle is equipped with facial recognition and self-driving technology, but since it’s a concept, don’t expect to see it on the road anytime soon. 00

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BMW I Inside Concept Car

BMW I Inside Concept Car

At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, BMW unveiled a crazy concept car that is supposed to demonstrate what self-driving cars could look like in 2020 and beyond. It’s called the BMW i Inside Future. Here’s what it looks like. 00

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Tesla Rival Faraday Future

Tesla Rival Faraday Future

Faraday Future just debuted its first production model car — the FF 91 — at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show. Faraday chose an interesting way to show off the car, having it back itself into a parking spot 00

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Chinese Floating Walkway

Chinese Floating Walkway

On New Year’s Day, China opened up its 31-mile-long floating walkway, located in Luodian County of southwest China’s Guizhou Province. The walkway is twice as long as the city of Manhattan and has already received tens of thousands of tourists. 00

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Korean Company Built Walking Robot

Korean Company Built Walking Robot

This walking robot looks like it just walked out of Transformers. The Method-2 bipedal robot is a prototype from Korean company Hancook Mirae Technology. It can be piloted from aboard or remotely and stand 13 feet tall. The price on these robots? A cool $8.3 million. 00

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What You Don’t Know About Weight Loss

What You Don’t Know About Weight Loss

One of the most popular New Year’s resolution is to lose weight. Thousands will craft diets and hit the gym this January to drop some pounds, but what are they hoping for? While many think that a skinnier body will lead to happiness, science is suggesting this may not always...

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Game Of Thrones Season 7

Game Of Thrones Season 7

The next season of “Game of Thrones” doesn’t premiere until the summer of 2017, but rumors are already swirling about what we can expect. Here are some of the biggest moments some hardcore fans expect to see now that Winter is here. 00

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NASA Astronaut On Space Journey

NASA Astronaut On Space Journey

Astronaut Jeffrey Williams has spent 534 days in space so far, currently giving him the record for most days in space of any American astronaut. In this video, he shares his insights after observing the Earth from far away. 00

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Hukou Frozen Waterfall In China

Hukou Frozen Waterfall In China

Temperatures around the Hokou Waterfall in China recently dropped well below freezing, creating a spectacular view of icicles all around the water’s edge. The waterfall is part of the Yellow River, and even colder temperatures are expected — which means more icicles could form soon. 00

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