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This dress becomes transparent when it detects you're turned on

17d ago - Although research showed us this week that one-third of users are abandoning wearable tech device... | Culture

NASA must immediately cease contact with Russia

18d ago - A leaked memo from NASA HQ this morning instructs NASA employees and contractors to sever communi... | Culture

Do coffee and tea really dehydrate us?

18d ago - Every day people around the globe drink 1.6 billion cups of coffee and around twice as many cups... | Culture

Scientists smash barrier to growing organs from stem cells

18d ago - A team of researchers from the University of Virginia just made scientific history: They figured... | Culture

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Americans losing (religious) faith thanks to the Internet, according to study

18d ago - A study conducted by Allen B. Downey, a computer scientist at the Olin College of Engineering in... | Culture

Why do zebras have stripes? Scientists have the answer

18d ago - There have been many explanations for the zebra’s impressive stripes. New research strongly sugge... | Culture

To Fight Climate Change, the Entire World Will Have to Eat Less Meat

18d ago - Serious about battling climate change? Then you might want to consider going vegetarian. That's b... | Culture

Clothes with hidden sensors act as an always-on doctor

18d ago - Everyday clothes with invisible sensors woven in can monitor your vital signs. Future designs cou... | Culture

Scientists Convince People Their Hands Are Rocks

18d ago - No matter how much of a critical thinker you consider yourself, your brain is pretty gullible. Wi... | Culture

The science of memory (and 4 uncommon ways to enhance it)

19d ago - I have a pretty bad memory, it seems. I know people say that all the time, but here’s why I think... | Culture

Hack ‘N Slash; Learning how to hack

20d ago - Hack ‘N Slash in development at the esteemed game studio Double Fine, the core gameplay of this t... | Culture

Meteorite narrowly misses Norwegian skydiver

20d ago - A Norwegian man narrowly avoided being hit by a meteorite while skydiving and has captured the fi... | Culture

Vast ocean found beneath ice of Saturn moon

20d ago - Scientists have uncovered a vast ocean beneath the icy surface of Saturn's little moon Enceladus.... | Culture

How old is the moon? True age is finally revealed

20d ago - A new study has revealed the moon is 4.47 billion-years-old, after a team of planetary scientists... | Culture

Google's Project Loon balloon circles Earth in a record 22 days

20d ago - CNET: Google's Project Loon Wi-Fi broadcasting balloons can feasibly circle the Earth in 33 days... | Culture

Old habits at Samsung, LG embarrass them abroad

20d ago - When Samsung unveiled a new smartphone at the storied Radio City Music Hall, the Broadway-style s... | Culture

Maybe Your Great-Great-Great-Great-Great Grandkids Will Live On One Of These 10 Exoplanets

21d ago - Colonize Mars? Meh. While some space enthusiasts are vying for a chance to create a human colony... | Culture

Which? Convo "I have no time for smartwatches"

21d ago - Which? Convo: There’s been a lot of talk of smartwatches, but as much as they might make me look... | Culture

If Twitter existed at the beginning of time, these would be the top tweets

21d ago - Ever wondered what some of the Tweets would be like if Twitter existed when mankind first ruled t... | Culture

Microsoft scam man is sentenced in 'landmark' case

21d ago - BBC: A man who ran a Microsoft computer scam tricking people into paying for free anti-virus soft... | Culture

Sweeney: VR Will Change The World, Bigger Than Smartphones

22d ago - Epic Games' Tim Sweeney strongly believes that VR will change the world, eventually becoming an e... | Culture

A Bandage That Senses Tremors, Delivers Drugs, and Keeps a Record

22d ago - Offering a preview of what future wearable medical devices may look like, researchers in Korea ha... | Culture

What Happens When Everyone In Japan's Busiest Intersection Walks While Looking At Their Phones

22d ago - In recent years, Shibuya’s scramble intersection has shot to international fame as a symbol of th... | Culture

In space, the human heart becomes spherical

23d ago - New research into the biological effects of living in zero gravity has found yet another reason t... | Culture

(Satire) Twitter Helmet Pecks at Google Glass, Facebook’s Oculus Buy

23d ago - In the jokiest, April Fools-y way possible, Twitter has fired some shots at immersive, wearable t... | Culture