How Apple's CarPlay Could Shore Up the Car Stereo Industry
Study Finds US Is an Oligarchy, Not a Democracy.
Student Records Kids Who Bully Him, Then Gets Threatened With Wiretapping Charge.
Pollution In China Could Be Driving Freak Weather In US
Nokia's dirty secret: The untold story of a production-ready tablet from 2001
Children are arriving at nursery school able to 'swipe a screen' but lack the manipulative skills to play with LEGO.
5 Volcanos currently on Kamchatka Peninsula (Russian Far East) 17/4/14.
Hypothesis Article: Electricity and Life on the bottom of the Ocean
Humans Are Taking Jobs From Robots In Japan. Bloomberg reports that humans are taking the place of machines in plants across Japan so workers can develop new skills and figure out ways to improve production lines and the car-building process.
NASA Cassini Images May Reveal Birth of a Saturn Moon
Russia Wants To Establish a Permanent Moon Base.
Pluto May Have Deep Seas and Ancient Tectonic Faults
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CSIRO scientists create world's first fish-free prawn food Novaq. Intense global interest in Novaq because it solves one of the farmed prawn industry's biggest problems, its reliance on wild fisheries as a core ingredient in prawn food.
Can You Buy a License To Speed In California?
Ebola, one of the most deadly diseases known to humans, started killing people in Guinea a few months ago. The latest outbreak has now killed over 100 people across three countries.
Renewables, Nuclear Must Triple to Save Climate, UN Says.
New French Law Prohibits After-Hours Work Emails. A new labor agreement in France means that employees must ignore their bosses' work emails once they are out of the office and relaxing at home.
The same high-energy particles that light the night sky with colorful auroras, scientists think could also explain a longstanding problem in the process of lightning production.
Isolated Tribes Die Shortly After We Meet Them. Of those contacted, three quarters went extinct.
Navy Creates Fuel From Seawater. Naval Research Laboratory has announced a successful proof-of-concept demonstration of converting seawater to liquid hydrocarbon fuel.
Australia Declares Homeopathy Nonsense, Urges Doctors to Inform Patients.
The Large Hadron Collider collaboration announced results that confirm the existence of exotic hadrons, a type of matter that cannot be classified within the traditional quark model.
For the First Time, Organ Regenerated Inside a Living Animal.
Regeneration of the aged thymus by a single transcription factor
European Court of Justice Strikes Down Data Retention Law. 'invalid' the law requiring telecoms firms to store citizens' communications data for up to two years.
Online Skim Reading Is Taking Over the Human Brain. Humans seem to be developing digital brains with new circuits for skimming through the torrent of information online
A New Robo-Soldier Will Test Chemical Warfare Suits for the British armed forces.
Elite Violinists Can't Distinguish Between a Stradivarius and a Modern Violin
NASA Laying Foundation For Jupiter Moon Space Mission to fly an unmanned mission to Jupiter's intriguing moon Europa.
Australia May 'Pause' Trades To Tackle High-Frequency Trading. ASIC is reportedly contemplating the idea of implementing a 500 millisecond delay on trades.
Norwegian Skydiver Almost Gets Hit by Falling Meteor, and Captures it on Film
Cheaper Fuel From Self-Destructing Trees
Exposure To Morning Sunlight Helps Managing Weight. A new Northwestern Medicine study reports the timing, intensity and duration of your light exposure during the day is linked to your weight.
To Reduce the Health Risk of Barbecuing Meat, Just Add Beer.
Saturn's Moon Enceladus Has Underground Ocean
Why are we made of matter?
Scientists Solve the Mystery of Why Zebras Have Stripes. 'there was greater striping on areas of the body in those parts of the world where there was more annoyance from biting flies'.
US Car manufacturers are pushing for, the ability to replace sideview mirrors with cameras in 2018.
NASA Can't Ethically Send Astronauts On One-Way Missions To Deep Space
US Department of Transportation Makes Rear View Cameras Mandatory
Continued Rise In Autism Diagnoses Puzzles Researchers, Galvanizes Advocates. The rate of autism spectrum disorder diagnosis in the United States jumped 30% between 2008 and 2010, from one in 88 to one in 68 children.
Switching over to daylight saving time, and hence losing one hour of sleep, raised the risk of having a heart attack the following Monday by 25 percent, compared to other Mondays during the year.
Million Jars of Peanut Butter Dumped In New Mexico Landfill. Costco refused to take shipment of the peanut butter and declined requests to let it be donated to food banks or repackaged or sold to brokers who provide food to institutions like prisons.
Recording private conversations or activities using Google's Glass eyewear or similar wearable technologies without consent could become illegal under a push to overhaul Australian state and federal privacy laws. AFR
Reuters is reporting that the U.S. National Security Agency managed to have security firm RSA adopt not just one, but two security tools, further facilitating NSA eavesdropping on Internet communications.
This NYT adaptation from the book provides an in-depth and infuriating look at how the stock market is rigged. Brad Katsuyama of the Royal Bank of Canada couldn't understand why stock he was trying to buy would suddenly vanish
The impacts of global warming are likely to be "severe, pervasive and irreversible", a major report by the UN has warned.
A little-known U.S. space plane quietly broke its own space endurance record this week as its current unmanned mission surpassed 469 days in space.
Medical First: 3-D Printed Skull Successfully Implanted in Woman, and likely saved a woman's life in the process.
Kim Dotcom Launches Political Party In New Zealand
North Korea: Male University Students Required To Get Kim Jong-un Haircuts
Did Facebook Buy Oculus To Counter Google Glass? It seemed like a logical move when Facebook shelled out $1 billion for Instagram, and $19 billion for WhatsApp?
Xbox One Reputation System Penalizes Gamers Who Behave Badly. The more hours you play fairly online without being reported as abusive by other players, the better your reputation will be.
"7 million premature deaths annually linked to air pollution"who
Facebook Buying Oculus VR For $2 Billion
Mazda Says Its Upcoming Gas-Powered Cars Will Emit Less CO2 Than Electric Cars
Job Automation and the US Minimum Wage Debate, article at FiveThirtyEight looks at the likelihood of various occupations being replaced by automation.
NASA Puts Its New Spacesuit Design To a Public Vote
UK Bans Sending Books To Prisoners. "It's part of a new earned-incentives and privileges scheme, which allows better-behaved prisoners to get better access to funds to buy their own books."The Gardian
Physicists Produce Antineutrino Map Of The World
Biofuels do more harm than good, UN warns. Growing crops to make "green" biofuel harms the environment and drives up food prices, admits the United Nations.
Google Glass Signs Deal With Ray Ban's Parent Company, this deal shows how serious Google is about Google Glass.
Climate change "deniers," as global warm-mongers call those who think empirical evidence is more reliable than computer models, may soon count among their number a 50,000-strong body of physicists.
The New York Times reported last night that the White House is planning to introduce a legislative package that would mostly end the NSA's bulk collection of phone records.
Jimmy Carter: Snowden Disclosures Are 'Good For Americans To Know', saying revelations that U.S. intelligence agencies were collecting meta-data of Americans' phone calls and e-mails have been 'probably constructive in the long run.' 'I think it's wrong,'.
Deepwater Horizon crude oil (this disaster released more than 636 million litres of crude oil into the northern Gulf of Mexico) impacts the developing hearts of large predatory pelagic fish.
Time to rein in the climate change carbon baggers? Opinon article by The Vancouver Sun.
Titanium-Headed Golf Clubs Create Brush Fire Hazard In California. "Things to pack in your golf bag: clubs, balls, tees, beverages and a fire extinguisher. The NYT reports that scientists have determined that striking a rock while swinging a titanium club can create a shower of sparks."
Last Week's Announcement About Gravitational Waves and Inflation May Be Wrong. The first is primordial gravitational waves, ripples in spacetime from the very first moments after the Big Bang.
How Satellite Company Inmarsat Tracked Down MH370. 'Effectually we looked at the doppler effect, which is the change in frequency, due to the movement of a satellite in its orbit.' explained Chris McLaughlin.
"An underground fire and a separate plutonium leak at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) has left the US with no repository for transuranic (TRU) waste--that is, radioactive elements heavier than uranium on the periodic chart, such as plutonium, americium, curium and neptunium. WIPP is a bedded salt formation in New Mexico, chosen because of its presumed long-term stability and self-sealing properties."
Don't Help Your Kids With Their Homework. Large study shows most measurable forms of parental involvement seem to yield few academic dividends for kids, or even to backfire, regardless of a parent's class or level of education.
John R. Christy - Climate science isn't necessarily 'settled', The reason there is so much contention regarding "global warming" is relatively simple to understand: In climate change science we basically cannot prove anything about how the climate will change as a result of adding extra greenhouse gases to the atmosphere.
UN scientists are set to deliver their darkest report yet on the impacts of climate change, pointing to a future stalked by floods, drought, conflict and economic damage if carbon emissions go untamed.
Facebook's Face Identification Project Is Accurate 97.25% of the Time.
Forget Deepwater Horizon or Three Mile Island: The biggest industrial disaster in American history actually happened in 2008, when more than a billion gallons of coal sludge ran through the small town of Kingston, Tennessee. This story details how, five years later, nothing has been done to stop it happening again
A coronal mass ejection with severity comparable to the 1859 Carrington event, missed Earth by only 9 days in 2012. The potential global cost for such damage is pegged at $2.6 trillion.
Pine Tree Has Largest Genome Ever Sequenced. 22.18 billion base pairs, more than seven times longer than the human genome. The team found that 82% of the genome was made up of duplicated segments, compared with just 25% in humans.
"Disasters Cost More Than Ever - But Not Because of Climate Change." Nate Silver. The reason we are losing more money, is because we have more money to lose.
Paris just banned all vehicles on alternate odd and even license plates today and tomorrow. Slectric cars and hybrids are exempt from the new restrictions.
For the first time, scientists have found direct evidence of the expansion of the universe, a theoretical event that took place a fraction of a second after the Big Bang explosion nearly 14 billion years ago.
Silicon Valley billionaire sets record with $201 million life insurance policy. The name of the buyer is a closely guarded secret.
Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore have national laws requiring that children be screened for giftedness, with top scorers funneled into special programs.
Australia's Attorney-General's department wants new laws to force users and providers of encrypted internet communications services to decode any data intercepted by authorities.
Gates is concerned that graduates of U.S. secondary schools may not be able stay ahead of software automation.
UK Government Wants "Unsavory" Web Content To Be Removed
Hoping to inspire life-extending medical research, science fiction author Gennady Stolyarov has launched a campaign to give away 1,000 free copies of his transhumanist picture book for children.
Friendly Fungus Protects Our Mouths From Invaders
The Era of Facebook Is an Anomaly. 'The idea of everybody going to one site is just weird. Give me one other part of history where everybody shows up to the same social space.
NASA global industrial civilization could collapse in coming decades due to unsustainable resource exploitation and increasingly unequal wealth distribution.
The Department of Homeland Security of Homeland Security Must Disclose 'Internet Kill Switch'
SnapChat Turns Down $3 Billion Offer From Facebook. The offer, and rebuff, came as Snapchat is being wooed by other investors.
Physicists plan to build a bigger LHC Large Hadron Collider. Physicists are beginning to get excited about designing a new machine.
Bill Gates: Here's My Plan to Improve Our World
Apple Developing Curve Screen iPhones and Improved Sensors
US Postal Service to Make Sunday Deliveries for Amazon
The sensation of drink... without the alcohol
Sweden Is Closing Many Prisons Due to Lack of Prisoners
Desert Farming Experiment Yields First Results
Germany Finances Major Push Into Home Battery Storage for Solar
Snowden Used the Linux Distro Designed For Internet Anonymity
First Phase of TrueCrypt Audit Turns Up No Backdoors
Private crypto keys are accessible to Heartbleed hackers, new data shows.
Theo De Raadt's Small Rant On OpenSSL
OpenSSL 'heartbleed vs malloc.conf' Ted Unangst.
Analysis of openssl freelist reuse' Ted Unangst.
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NYU Group Says Its Scheme Makes Cracking Individual Passwords Impossible
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