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A red-hot mobile game just cracked 130 million downloads

The app now has 13o million downloads, according to The Wall Street Journal. That's a significant jump from 100 million last month.<p>The app has dominated the App Store, rising to the No. 1 spot and staying there for 66 consecutive days. That shatters the previous 36-day record held by the 2012 hit …

24 Diagrams To Help You Eat Healthier

Including quick and easy dinner recipes, a Paleo shopping list, a guide to portion sizes, and more.

Photograph: Keith Vanderlinde<p>Auroras over the 10-metre telescope and Bicep (background imaging of cosmic extragalactic polarisation) at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. The 10-metre South Pole Telescope and Bicep both collect data on cosmic microwave background radiation and black …

Yahoo Just Made $68 Million In 2 Days

On Friday, the company nabbed another windfall when its spinout, Hortonworks, became a public company.<p>Yahoo retained a 17%-plus stake (7,572,174 shares), according to forms filed with the SEC.<p>The stock is trading at about $25 on Monday, well above the initial $16 IPO price, and is worth $189 …

26 Pictures That Will Make You Re-Evaluate Your Entire Existence

The universe, man... THE UNIVERSE.

Europe to vote on Google breakup proposal

Google controls 90% of all Web searches in Europe, giving it unequaled power it doesn't enjoy in the United States.<p>On Thursday, members of Europe's parliament will vote on a resolution that will propose ways to shrink Google's influence in Europe.<p>"It's a monopoly. It's killing our technology …

Scientists Rediscover A Part Of The Brain That Was Forgotten For 100 Years

In 2012, researchers made note of a pathway in a region of the brain associated with reading, but "we couldn't find it in any atlas," said Jason Yeatman, a research scientist at the University of Washington's Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences. "We'd thought we had discovered a new pathway …