Foods You Should Eat To Shorten The Length Of A Cold

Foods You Should Eat To Shorten The Length Of A Cold

We’ve all had a cold, and it can certainly set you back. But there are certain foods you can eat that can shorten the duration of a cold, according to science. 00

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Home With A Water Park At Backyard

Home With A Water Park At Backyard

10711 Strait Ln. in Dallas, TX is on sale for $32M and comes with its own water park. Multiple pools, cabanas, and slides are included. 00

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Here’s How New Amazon’s Echo Looks like

Here’s How New Amazon’s Echo Looks like

Alexa can already help you with lots of different things using just your voice, but now she can see you as well. The latest iteration of Amazon’s Echo now comes equipped with a camera that can take photos and video of you to help you decide what to wear in...

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IKEA Is Making Their Furniture Even Easier To Put Together

IKEA Is Making Their Furniture Even Easier To Put Together

Ikea is now making furniture that doesn’t require any tools to assemble. One of the reasons why? The company says younger generations aren’t that good with tools. 00

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Why Eating Garlic Makes Your Breath Stink?

Why Eating Garlic Makes Your Breath Stink?

Garlic smells and tastes delicious when you’re eating it, but it’s not so pleasant once it’s in your body. And brushing your teeth or chewing gum won’t do much to help freshen your breath. Here’s the reason why. 00

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Home Delivery Food Robot

Home Delivery Food Robot

Yelp’s new food delivery robot, created by robotics startup Marble, will deliver your food to you using self-driving technology. 00

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Army Of Gamers: Russian Troops Test New VR Combat Simulators

Army Of Gamers: Russian Troops Test New VR Combat Simulators

The Russian Defence Ministry tested new combat simulators, designed for the Russian Armed Forces. The VR-training system allows soldiers and military officers to practice a variety of military man oeuvres without entering the field. 00

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NASA Is Ready To Fly Its Own New Super Aircraft Which Costs $3.26 Billion

NASA Is Ready To Fly Its Own New Super Aircraft Which Costs $3.26 Billion

NASA is about to fly its $3.26 billion Cassini spacecraft where no spacecraft has flown before — in the deepest region of Saturn’s rings between the planet and its inner-most ring. NASA has wanted to study this region of space for decades, but each time it had the chance it...

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What Is Bermuda Triangle?

What Is Bermuda Triangle?

In recent years, theories have popped up that a rush of methane bubbles from the seafloor could be what’s causing ships to sink in the Bermuda Triangle. It might sound plausible at first, but bubble physicist Helen Czerski explains why this theory is completely false. 00

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Face Application Which Can Change Your Face Expressions As Well

Face Application Which Can Change Your Face Expressions As Well

A popular new app called FaceApp is taking over your Facebook and Twitter feeds. Users can apply various filters to their faces to make them look different ages or different genders. It can also give you a smile that looks surprisingly realistic. Here’s everything you need to know. 00

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Trump’s Budget & Nuclear Waste

Trump’s Budget & Nuclear Waste

In 1987, Nevada’s Yucca Mountain was designated as the place to store America’s nuclear waste. Millions of dollars went into researching the mountain and developing facilities to hold nuclear waste for thousands of years. However, waste has never actually been stored there. Red tape, local officials, environmentalists, and other parties...

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Ultrasonic Dryer With New Functions

Ultrasonic Dryer With New Functions

Scientists at Oak Ridge National Lab are finding ways to revolutionize dryers. Their technology will enable dryers to get rid of the moisture in your clothes, without using heat. 00

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One Simple Trick Helped This Runner To Run Upto 4:52 Miles

One Simple Trick Helped This Runner To Run Upto 4:52 Miles

A 4:52 mile time may seem like an impossibility to most. It also seemed to be out of the realm for Jacqueline Katzman, a cross country and track & field runner from Cornell University. Until she used this psychological trick to get out from behind the pack. 00

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The Reason You’re Not Supposed To Use The Bottom Button On Suits And Waistcoats

The Reason You’re Not Supposed To Use The Bottom Button On Suits And Waistcoats

There’s a basic rule when it comes to buttoning up a suit jacket: “Sometimes, Always, Never” — if you have a three-buttoned jacket, sometimes button the top one, always button the middle one, and never button the bottom one. 00

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This Race Car Drives Itself

This Race Car Drives Itself

This self-driving race car is a prototype from motorsport startup Roborace. It can go 200 mph. 00

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A Marine Shares Tips For Sustaining Confidence

A Marine Shares Tips For Sustaining Confidence

Angie Morgan, a Marine veteran who is a coauthor, along with Courtney Lynch and Sean Lynch, of the new book “Spark: How to Lead Yourself and Others to Greater Success.” reveals how to sustain confidence. 00

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This Animated Map Shows 550,000 Miles Long Cable Under Ocean

This Animated Map Shows 550,000 Miles Long Cable Under Ocean

Every time you visit a web page or send an email, data is being sent and received through an intricate cable system that stretches around the globe. Since the 1850s, we’ve been laying cables across oceans to become better connected. Today, there are hundreds of thousands of miles of fiber...

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Apple Is Looking Forward For Launching His New Own Car

Apple Is Looking Forward For Launching His New Own Car

California’s DMV recently confirmed that Apple, along with 29 other companies developing self-driving technology, has been issued a permit to begin testing autonomous vehicles. Business Insider recently sat down with Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak, who told us why he thinks Apple could become the company that will bring autonomous cars...

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Want To Take A Ride Of Flying Car ? Here It Is

Want To Take A Ride Of Flying Car ? Here It Is

Could this be the first flying car available? Alphabet CEO Larry Page believes so. He’s backed the flying car startup, Kitty Hawk. The project has been under secrecy, until now. This video shows the first view of the aircraft in action. 00

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Here’s What Would Happen If You Fired A Gun In Space

Here’s What Would Happen If You Fired A Gun In Space

Just in case things get ugly and the world erupts into a real Star Wars, yes, it is possible to shoot a gun in space. Here’s everything that would happen to you when you pull the trigger. 00

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Darpa Projects

Darpa Projects

DARPA, or the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is tasked with exploring some far out science and technology projects to benefit the United States. Since its inception in 1958, it’s been credited with a number of inventions you probably use every day, but it also has worked on some weird...

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These Are The Small, Agile New Aircraft Carriers Meant To Take F 35s Into Battle

These Are The Small, Agile New Aircraft Carriers Meant To Take F 35s Into Battle

The USS America is the first of its kind — a first America-class amphibious assault ship built for rapid mobility air assault. It is capable of supporting the traditional ‘storm the beaches’ operations by transporting marines ashore on aircrafts and supporting them by helicopter gunships and fighter jets. With a...

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Amazon’s Introduced New Spheres

Amazon’s Introduced New Spheres

“The Spheres” are Amazon’s latest addition to their downtown Seattle campus. The new spaces are intended to be used as parks for Amazon’s workers. The three new structures will open in 2018. 00

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The Navy’s LOCUST Launcher Fire A Swarm Of Drones

The Navy’s LOCUST Launcher Fire A Swarm Of Drones

The Navy’s new LOCUST (Low-Cost UAV Swarming Technology) launchers fire a swarm of drones that can jam enemy communications, and waste enemy resources by drawing fire. The launchers are capable of tube-launching 31 drones in just 40 seconds. The drones can fly autonomously but can also be controlled manually. 00

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Here’s How To Protect Your Phone Data At The US Border

Here’s How To Protect Your Phone Data At The US Border

How much power do border authorities actually have? How can you know when they may overstep that authority? Can you refuse to give them access to your phone? 00

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Apples In Your Market Could Be 10 Months Old

Apples In Your Market Could Be 10 Months Old

That apple you just ate is probably 5 months to nearly a year old. In the US, apples are harvested from August to November. Apples that will sell by December go into regular refrigeration. These giant warehouses are kept at 34-38 degrees. Apples that will be sold later go to...

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The Forgotten Exhibit At Chicago’s Field Museum

The Forgotten Exhibit At Chicago’s Field Museum

Emily Graslie is a Chief Curiosity Correspondent at the Chicago’s Field Museum. She also hosts The Brain Scoop Channel. Here, she reveals details of an exhibition that most visitors don’t know about. 00

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Radio Active Drink Of 20th Century

Radio Active Drink Of 20th Century

At the turn of the 20th century, people didn’t know or understand the dangers of radioactive decay. To them, radioactivity was a new, exotic material that some of the world’s leading scientists were hard at work studying. 00

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This Is What A $400K Ford Looks Like

This Is What A $400K Ford Looks Like

Ford is back with its legendary supercar, the GT. We got an up-close-and-personal look at the $400,000 machine that will only be owned by a lucky few. 00

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Here’s Why We Have That Little Groove Below Our Nose

Here’s Why We Have That Little Groove Below Our Nose

Have you ever wondered why humans have a little groove below the nose? This video explains what they are and their purpose. 00

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Antarctica’s Giant Waterfalls Are Changing The Sea Level

Antarctica’s Giant Waterfalls Are Changing The Sea Level

Antarctica is not the icy world scientists thought it was. A team of scientists recently compiled the most detailed map, yet, of liquid water across Antarctica. They found water in places where it was thought to be impossible. 00

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Working In A Chinese Phone Factory

Working In A Chinese Phone Factory

Dejian Zeng spent 12 hours a day attaching one screw to iPhones. As part of his summer project, the NYU grad student went undercover for 6 weeks at a Pegatron factory in Shanghai. He lived on-site in a dorm with 7 other people and got to experience what really goes...

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iPhone Vs Galaxy S8

iPhone Vs Galaxy S8

When I first picked up the Galaxy S8, it beckoned for a place in my heart and my pocket. The thing is gorgeous. Yet I saw that it had the same old problems as previous Samsung phones. If it weren’t for those problems, I’d switch to the Galaxy S8 from...

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Three Cyber Security Threats To US

Three Cyber Security Threats To US

There are a number of different ways someone could cripple the United States through hacking techniques, but there’s a good reason why this hasn’t happened yet. David Kennedy, a former Marine intelligence specialist , explains what he thinks would be the most devastating attack on the country and why it’s...

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Automated Shopping Basket

Automated Shopping Basket

How much time do you waste waiting in line in the grocery store? A company in Japan is testing a new kind of shopping basket — called the Regi-Robo — with hopes that it will eliminate long checkout lines. 00

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Treadmills Were Originally Used As Torture Devices For Prisoners

Treadmills Were Originally Used As Torture Devices For Prisoners

If you’ve ever been on a treadmill and thought, “This feel like torture,” you’re not far from the truth. 00

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North Korea: Missiles Sabotaged?

North Korea: Missiles Sabotaged?

North Korean missile tests have often failed recently. Have they been sabotaged by cyberattacks? Brian Todd reports. 00

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Sign Of Stroke

Sign Of Stroke

Strokes occur when blood flow to a certain area of the brain is cut off. If not treated, it can prove deadly, so knowing the signs is imperative. NYU Langone emergency room physician Dr. Reed Caldwell explains the symptoms and what to do in the event of a stroke. 00

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Walking Boat

Walking Boat

Hard Drive Marine made this walking boat. Its landing gates unfold and pull the craft to shore so you don’t have to go in the water. 00

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Why You Shouldn’t Upgrade To The iPhone 7 From The 6s

Why You Shouldn’t Upgrade To The iPhone 7 From The 6s

I bought the iPhone 6s Plus when it came out in September 2015 for $800-plus (with taxes), and I couldn’t be happier that I saved $800-plus in 2016 and 2017 by not upgrading to the iPhone 7 Plus. Here’s why. 00

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Car Tent

Car Tent

This tent unfolds with the push of a button to keep your car cool and protected. It also doubles as a beach or camping tent, and includes USB charging. 00

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Pakistan’s First Ever Electric Car

Pakistan’s First Ever Electric Car

KARACHI: Pakistan could soon see electric cars plying on its roads as the maker of Super Power motorcycles displayed two variants it intends to start selling within the next three months. 00

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Lucid Air Is A Futuristic Electric Car Created By Former Tesla Execs

Lucid Air Is A Futuristic Electric Car Created By Former Tesla Execs

We took a ride in the Lucid Air from electric-car startup Lucid Motors. It was developed by former Tesla executives, including Peter Rawlinson, the chief engineer behind the Tesla Model S and now the CTO of Lucid Motors. 00

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How To Use Your iPhone As A Wifi Hotspot

How To Use Your iPhone As A Wifi Hotspot

If your home internet ever goes down, or you’re traveling and need a connection for your laptop, don’t worry — your iPhone can share its connection with your devices. Here’s how. 00

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Samsung Frame TV

Samsung Frame TV

Samsung and design studio Fuseproject created “The Frame,” a TV that shows artwork when it is off. It has a 4K UHD screen and adjusts to ambient light. 00

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This Soft Octopus Robot Could Change The Robotics Industry

This Soft Octopus Robot Could Change The Robotics Industry

A team of scientists and engineers at Harvard University have built the first entirely soft, autonomous robot. The aptly named Octobot was built using 3D printing, molding, and soft lithography techniques. Octobot doesn’t have motors or batteries, instead it moves using a series of pneumatic tubes, in combination with gas...

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Alcohol Flush Reaction

Alcohol Flush Reaction

Some people’s faces tend to turn extremely red when drinking alcohol, and it is not a good sign. Those who do turn red after drinking alcohol have a condition called “alcohol flush reaction.” They’re literally poisoning their bodies whenever they drink. 00

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A Mathematician Explains Infinity

A Mathematician Explains Infinity

Infinity is an elusive concept that can often be difficult to comprehend. In order to better define what infinity actually is, we brought in Eugenia Cheng, a mathematician and the author of “Beyond Infinity.” 00

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Google And Levi’s Are Making A Smart Jacket

Google And Levi’s Are Making A Smart Jacket

Google and Levi’s teamed up to create a smart jacket. You can control your phone’s maps, music, and calls with a swipe of the sleeve. 00

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Robotic Bricklayer

Robotic Bricklayer

SAM stands for semi-automated mason. SAM can lay 800 to 1,200 bricks a day — compared to a human’s 300 to 500. 00

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