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Scientists Use Lasers To Refrigerate Water

11/23/2015, Who would have thought that lasers are useful when it comes to cooling down stuff? Yeah, most of the time the image that we have about lasers would be to see them blow things up or cook bacon, simply because lasers can get really, really hot. It looks...

Spiders Invade North Memphis

11/23/2015, It does look like a scene from a horror movie – especially those who suffer from arachnophobia. Apparently, millions upon millions of small spiders have descended upon North Memphis, spinning a massive spider web so much so that it looks like a...

Target Cyber Monday 2015 Will Last For The Entire Week

11/23/2015, It’s not uncommon for retailers to launch their Cyber Monday deals before Thanksgiving arrives, this time around Target is going one step further by announcing its Cyber Monday deals will be available for the entire week, aptly called Cyber...


A Bloody Jon Snow Teases Game Of Thrones Season Six

11/23/2015, Game of Thrones season five finale raised more questions than it answers, then again, it wouldn’t be Game of Thrones if that didn’t happen. We were also concerned about the fate of that one particular character that we all love, spoilers ahead...

Researchers Create An Electronic Circuit Inside A Rose

11/23/2015, The idea of technology being implanted into humans isn’t new. We already have devices like pacemakers, and recently we’ve also started seeing people “hack” themselves by embedding LED lights under their skin. However when it comes to electronics...

Google’s “Star Wars” Promo Lets You Choose Your Side

11/23/2015, In life there is usually more than one side to things, and what better way to demonstrate that philosophy than with Star Wars, with the universe consisting of those who are on the Light Side (such as Jedi) and those who are on the Dark Side (like the...

54 Starwood Hotel Chain Properties Infected By Credit Card Malware

11/22/2015, Starwood, the luxury hotel group that owns and operates dozens of properties across the globe, has confirmed that 54 of its properties were caught in a malware attack designed to harvest credit and debit card information from cash registers and payment...

Apple Publishes Guided Tour Video Of Apple Pay

11/22/2015, Apple’s mobile payment service is only available in a handful of markets right now, most recently the service went live in Canada and Australia courtesy of a partnership with American Express. The company would like potential users in supported...

SpaceX Gets First Crewed Mission Order From NASA

11/22/2015, Elon Musk’s SpaceX has already been conducting resupply missions for NASA to the International Space Station using its own rockets and capsules but it has now clinched something that it has longed for a very long time. NASA has ordered its first...

HBO Now Finally Gets Support For Android TV

11/22/2015, HBO’s standalone streaming service was launched earlier this year and initially the service was limited to Apple’s devices. The cable giant has gradually expanded it to other platforms, Android included, but it has taken a considerable amount...

Upcoming Jeremy Clarkson Show On Amazon Will Be In 4K

11/20/2015, Several months ago, the BBC’s former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May signed a deal with Amazon. This deal would basically see them bring a show, presumably similar to the likes of Top Gear, onto Amazon for Amazon Prime...

Hillary Clinton Speaks Up About Mobile Encryption

11/20/2015, Recently Senator John McCain spoke up out encryption in which he basically said that the government should outlaw encryption that they are unable to break. It seems that McCain isn’t alone in his opinion as Hillary Clinton has expressed her thoughts on...

Researchers Develop Ingestible Sensor To Track Your Vitals

11/20/2015, There are many ways that one can track their health and fitness. You can rely on activity bands to count your steps, distance run, and some can even measure your heart rate to see if it is within a healthy range. However if you wanted more complex and...