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Advertisement - Continue Reading Below<p>Apr 30, 2018<p>Apr 30, 2018<p>The Wildcats would have their own Snapchat filter<p>Apr 30, 2018<p>She won't have seen him …

Why parents are getting angrier: ‘Children are bored out of their skulls with real life’

Mike Fisher shows parents how to deal with their rage. He’s busier than ever – partly because children would rather be on social media or gaming<p>“It’s hard to know the difference between parenting and bullying,” admits Matt, father of two and one of a growing number of parents seeking help to …

The Man Who Captured Time

Eadweard Muybridge revealed a new universe of motion with his camera, but history has largely obscured his extraordinary accomplishments with photography.<p>The first humans who put paint on stone drew deer, buffalo, horses. They drew all the beasts man knew, and they painted them running.<p>It started …

UK's out vote is a 'red alert' for the environment

From the ‘red-tape’ slashing desires of the Brexiters to the judgment of green professionals, all indications are for weaker environmental protections<p>Despite being an issue that knows no borders, affects all and is of vital interest to future generations, the environment was low on the agenda ahead …

European Union

This $6-A-Month Plan Brings Solar Power To People Living Off The Grid

People talk about a flash of inspiration. But Xavier Helgesen's eureka moment came in the dark.<p>A few years ago, the American entrepreneur was traveling through Malawi to meet with clients for his book-selling company, Better World Books. He stopped in Monkey Bay, a town of about 30,000 people, to …

Off-grid

Harvard Scientist Engineers Bacterium That Inhales CO2, Produces Energy -- A 'Bionic Leaf'

The chemist who gave us the artificial leaf has genetically engineered bacteria to absorb hydrogen and carbon dioxide and convert them into alcohol fuel.<p>When Harvard Professor of Energy Daniel G. Nocera announced he was working with bacteria last year, other scientists cautioned it would be …

University of Chicago

The Story Behind the Queen's Great Granddaughter Holding Her Purse in This Photo Is *So* Adorable

Mia Tindall is too cute.<p>Remember that adorable family portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and her many grandchildren? Then you definitely remember a certain show-stealing 2-year-old to the left of her Royal Highness in the Annie Leibovitz photo.<p>Mia Tindall, the Queen's rosy-cheeked great granddaughter, …

Prince William Reveals His Secret for Putting Baby George to Sleep

The royal parents have a few tricks up their fancy sleeves.<p>Prince William proved his awesome parenting skills yet again when he revealed at a charity event how he used to get a (fussy!) baby George to sleep. The future king explained that the toddler "never slept" as an infant, so he developed a …

Mental Health

Miley's Dad Shares His Role In Her Wedding To Liam Hemsworth

Miley Cyrus' dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, appeared on <i>E! News</i> and, of course, correspondent Carissa Culiner had to ask if he could confirm Miley and Liam's …

Engagement Rings

Dead could be brought 'back to life' in groundbreaking project

A groundbreaking trial to see if it is possible to regenerate the brains of dead people, has won approval from health watchdogs.<p>Indian specialist Dr Himanshu Bansal, working with Biotech companies Revita Life Sciences and Bioquark Inc, has been granted ethical permission to recruit 20 patients who …

Paris-based photographer bends reality with stunning Photoshop edits

Paris-based photographer Vincent Bourilhon uses digital photography and Photoshop to merge various images together, creating stunning illusions and …

Photography

Queen Elizabeth's 90th

Thursday marks the monarch’s birthday, another milestone in her record-breaking reign<p>On her 21st birthday, Queen Elizabeth II, then a princess, made a pledge to the British people. “I declare before you all,” she said during a radio address to the nation, “that my whole life, whether it be long or …

Queen Elizabeth II

Hackers use Congressman’s iPhone to demo ability to listen into calls, monitor texts, track location [Updated]

<i>Update: Rep. Ted Lieu has now written to the Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform requesting a formal investigation into the vulnerability. In his letter, the Congressman says that the flaw threatens ‘personal privacy, economic competitiveness and U.S. national</i> …

You Can Play This Surprisingly Popular iPhone Game Without Unlocking Your Phone

Perfect for bored children and FBI agents.<p><i>Oh, man. I have all these games on my iPhone, but typing in my password is so much work!</i><p>If you think no one has ever thought those thoughts, then take a look at the iPhone charts right now. Currently coming in at No. 37 at the time of this writing, more …

Google Chrome

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau gives perfect answer about quantum computing

Reporters were left shocked and impressed by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a press conference conducted after he delivered a budget …

Quantum Computing

7 ways the Galaxy S7 Edge is better than the Nexus 6P

Before you get your pitchforks and flaming torches out, let me explain: I’ve been using a Nexus 6P for several months and switched to the Galaxy S7 Edge a month ago. While I consider myself a stock Android and Nexus fan to the core, I have to give credit where credit is due. The Nexus 6P is a …

How I Came to Terms with My Dad’s Lies, Charm, and Heroin Habit

Meet filmmaker Phillip Wood, who turned his lens onto his father to patch up their broken relationship and understand substance abuse disorders.<p><i>This article originally appeared on VICE UK</i><p>Britain's estimated 120,000 injecting drug users don't have the best rep. They're often seen en-masse as "lazy …

It’s #TattooDay — Check Out These Inkers Who Elevate The Art Form

Tattoos are becoming damn near ubiquitous these days. It’s pretty hard to think of a celebrity under 40 that doesn’t have at least one (or more). Any amount of time spent watching sports, scrolling through Instagram, or drinking at a bar, and you’re going to see some ink.<p>I’ve been getting tattoos …

Kyrgyzstan

Ingenious Shirt Uses Recognizable Icons to Help Break Language Barriers When Traveling

Traveling is a fantastic way to learn about the world, but it's made significantly harder when there's a language barrier. ICONSPEAK wants to ease your frustrations with their ingenious solution: a shirt that displays common (and therefore recognizable) icons across the world. Simply point to a …

4 Ways Sleeping Naked Makes You Healthier and Wealthier

What if I told you in just 10 seconds a day, you can sleep better, make more money, reduce stress, and lose weight? Sleeping naked can do all these things and more. All you have to do is take off your clothes. While there are countless strategies floating around out there to help you improve in …

The 3 Big Technologies To Watch Over The Next Decade -- Genomics, Nanotechnology and Robotics

Many people take it as an article of faith that technology is changing the world, but in his new book, <i>The Rise and Fall of American Growth</i>, economist Robert Gordon says otherwise. He points out—accurately—that productivity, which surged between 1920 and 1970, has stalled since then and is likely to …

Nanotech

A year after its launch, it’s now clear that pretty much no one needs an Apple Watch

I didn’t preorder the Apple Watch, or stand in line the day it came out. But I read every article about it, and when someone suggested that it would complement my “personal cloud,” I eventually felt compelled to buy one. I wear it every day, possibly out of determination to get something out of the …

Smartwatches

These Hypnotic Animations Deform Geometry

UK-based designer Matthew Lucas makes GIFs that spin with the kinetic consciousness of a ballet dancer.<p>Known for elegant loops of geometric objects to biological beings that mutate, Mathew Lucas is a multitalented designer who makes incredibly mesmerizing GIFs. The UK-based creator's works seem to …

NASA to use the ISS as a testbed for inflatable living modules

NASA, perhaps more than anyone else, knows that there's only so much room for packing stuff onto a spacecraft. That's why it's testing expandable living modules on the International Space Station prior to sending them to Mars for work and living spaces. The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module will …

Microsoft's Windows 10 strategy suffers another blow with the loss of a popular app

"To continue offering the Here apps for Windows 10 would require us to redevelop the apps from the ground up, a scenario that led to the business decision to remove our apps from the Windows 10 store," the Here team writes in a blog entry.<p>The Here Maps app never really caught on in a huge way with …

Music streaming has a nearly undetectable fraud problem

Loud controversies are a hallmark of the music streaming industry.<p>Remember Taylor Swift’s public feud with Spotify?<p>And there was the time Thom Yorke, of Radiohead, bitterly attacked streaming services for propping up big record labels instead of emerging artists.<p>Right now, Spotify, Tidal, and …

Advertising Industry

Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge review: Samsung's finest get more polished

After years of trafficking in plastic flagships, the glass-and-metal Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge proved Samsung still knew how to make jaw-dropping phones. Ah, but there was a rub -- a few of them, in fact. The expandable memory slots were gone. Neither phone was waterproof. The S6 Edge's flat back and …

Zimbabwe wants to nationalize its diamonds industry

President Robert Mugabe, who has governed Zimbabwe for over three decades and shows no willingness to step down, said his administration will take control of the country’s diamond sector back from private companies.<p>“Companies that have been mining diamonds have robbed us of our wealth,” Mugabe said …

South Africa

France wants to fix the terrible AZERTY keyboard

When I first encountered a French AZERTY keyboard as an ex-pat, I thought "this isn't so bad." The letter layout is similar to QWERTY, so I reckoned that typing in <i>français</i> would be a snap. I soon came to hate it, however. As the English-language Parisian site <i>The Local</i> points out, the keyboards lack …