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Vine creator wants to bring our favorite app back from the dead

After Vine was unceremoniously ripped from our hands earlier this year, the internet has since become a black hole. I’m not saying these things are related, but after killing Vine:<p>Trump was sworn in as the 45th President<br>• “The Emoji Movie” came out<br>• Fidget spinners became a thing — and then not a …

9 things I wish I knew before traveling to London

For one glorious year, I lived in student housing right near Liverpool Street in London. The city remains my favorite of all time: it could win on …

'Titanic' sailing back into theaters for one week

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Twenty years after Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet fell in love on that doomed ship, "Titanic" is sailing back into theaters …

This Santorini hotel has rooms with SECRET TUNNELS leading to hidden infinity pools - and the views are incredible

With its iconic blue domed churches, pristine white buildings, picture-perfect views and glorious sunshine, we didn't think we needed more proof that …

Sense8: Production begins on Netflix special

Time to convene the cluster: Netflix’s uncanceled <i>Sense8</i> has begun production on its two-hour finale special.<p>Miguel Angel Silvestre, who stars as …

'Dancing with the Stars'' Sasha Pieterse explains 70 lbs weight gain

Sasha Pieterse revealed on Tuesday night's "Dancing with the Stars" she gained 70 pounds over two years due to a hormone condition called Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).<p>The former "Pretty Little Liars" star, who will act in an upcoming spinoff of the Freeform show, cried on camera recalling how …

These Are the Only 3 Websites You Should Use to Score Cheap Flights

As we near the end of summer, flight flash sales are becoming more frequent, but according to travel experts, you don't have to sign up to every …

Scientists Have Recorded the Sound of Two Black Holes Colliding, and You Can Hear It Too

Something happened 3 billion years ago that changed the makeup of our prodigious universe forever. Two enormous black holes collided, resulting in an …

Arrow Star Stephen Amell Flies Through American Ninja Warrior Course

Stephen Amell, better known as Green Arrow from CW’s <i>Arrow</i>, proved he’s not just cosplaying as a powerful vigilante... he’s a true <i>American Ninja</i> …

Timbre is a totally free app for editing video and audio

Good audio and video editing tools are somewhat hard to come by on mobile — a sentiment shared by app developer Xeus. The dev was prompted to create the Timbre: Cut, Join, Convert mp3 app after failing to find a “decent” tool for doing the same in the Play Store. And what Xeus has come up with is …

Apps

The Cheapest Day To Buy An International Plane Ticket, Mapped By Destination

It could save you tons of money.<p>Pinpointing when to buy your plane ticket can be a major headache. Thankfully, this map lays the rules out brilliantly.<p>Analysts at CheapAir.com reviewed more than 351 million individual airfares sold on more than a million international routes in 2016. They tracked …

Astronomers discover musical link to survival of newly discovered solar system

Some 2,500 years ago, the ancient Greek thinker Pythagoras pondered the "music of the spheres" – the notion that the orbital periods of celestial objects like the moon and the planets represent a mathematical harmony that is equivalent to a pleasing sound.<p>Now astronomers at the University of …

Ripples in Space-Time Might Indicate That We Live in a Multiverse

Hunting for Extra Dimensions<p>As important as gravity is to us here on Earth, it is actually surprisingly weak in comparison to other fundamental …

Physics

'Baby Dragon' Found In China Is The Newest Species Of Dinosaur

Meet <i>Beibeilong sinensis,</i> the most recently identified dinosaur species.<p>The name means "baby dragon from China." The dinosaur had massive feathered wings and a birdlike skull. It probably looked most like a cassowary, flightless birds slightly smaller than an ostrich.<p>But the <i>Beibeilong</i> was much …

Travel Tips for First-Time International Travel

So, you've never left the country before, but your sense of wanderlust is strong. Going abroad can feel super intimidating and the process might seem …

Google Flights

Marriott Free Travel for Life 3,750,000 points sweepstakes

Marriott Rewards ‘Free Travel for Life’ sweepstakes is a March 1-May 31, 2017 promotion for using Marriott Rewards mobile app. Earn an entry by …

Crafty high school teens create a fully immersive VR setup for 'Overwatch'

Playing <i>Overwatch</i> is a lot of fun on its own, but just imagine how much more fun it would be if you could <i>be</i> your favorite hero. That's what South …

Free stuff from NASA! Robots, drones, satellites!

Just because you don't work for NASA doesn't mean you can't use its code.<p>On Wednesday, the space agency released its latest online software catalog of over 1,000 code descriptions related to topics such as guidance systems, robotics, aeronautics, climate simulators, biological sensors and design …

One of The Biggest Myths About Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Has Been Debunked

Chronic fatigue still is a real disease.<p>Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) or Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) is one of the most perplexing conditions out …

Taxpayer-Funded Horror at Standing Rock

Police brutality against protesters is reminiscent of civil-rights battles like Selma. And the state has borrowed millions to fund it.<p><i>UPDATE: Ten</i> …

These are the 248 Ivy League courses you can take for free online

Online learning website <b>Class Central</b> has compiled a list of the 248 online courses currently being offered for free by the world’s Ivy league …

Online Education

Here's A Fact-Check On Milo Yiannopoulos' Incendiary Claims About Trans People

In short: He's wrong, wrong, wrong. Absolutely wrong.<p>As a rule, The Huffington Post’s Queer Voices won’t publicize the white nationalists’ favorite troll Milo Yiannopoulos. The last thing we want to do is give this attention-seeker oxygen for his racist, transphobic, misogynist dumpster fire.<p>But …

Top Off The Beaten Path Destinations for 2017

We are already one month into the new year and, if you’re anything like me, you’ve already given up on half (or all) of your resolutions. However, …

Revealed: Secret list of Netflix codes that unlock hidden list of films and TV shows

Good news for Netflix users - you can use hidden codes to make searching the extensive streaming site easier.<p>It seems not all content appears when …

TV shows

Over 100,000 Visas Have Been Revoked by Immigration Ban, Justice Dept. Reveals

At least 100,000 visas have been revoked in a single week in response to President Donald Trump's executive immigration order, a lawyer for the Justice Department revealed in court Friday.<p>The number came to light in a Virginia courtroom as a federal judge granted the state's motion to join a …

Fan re-edits The Hobbit single, reasonable movie

Sara writes, "It has been a few years since The Hobbit has its theatrical release and some fans have been toiling since then on the perfect …

Movies

20 Mysteries That Absolutely No One Can Solve

We think we've got history figured out. And we also like to think we're pretty good at solving mysteries. But things get dicey when you combine the …

Hackers downloaded US government climate data and stored it on European servers as Trump was being inaugurated

As Donald Trump was sworn into office as the new president of the US on Jan. 20, a group of around 60 programmers and scientists were gathered in the Department of Information Studies building at the University of California-Los Angeles, harvesting government data.<p>A spreadsheet detailed their …

EPA

A discovery about the movement of tectonic plates will have scientists rewriting textbooks

Plate tectonics is the widely accepted theory that the Earth's crust is divided into several sections that float around on the mantle — the mostly solid layer between the core and the crust. But how they move around has been a subject of much debate among scientists since the theory was first …