Cliff Mack

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Thinking About a Trip to Cuba? 5 Things You Should Know

Yesterday's announcement that the U.S. will loosen restrictions on visiting Cuba has some travelers in tizzy. By all means, pack your bags—but read …

Google Just Gave Photographers A Big Reason To Choose Android Over The iPhone

This means users will be able to see what photos look like before the phone's camera processes it and translates it to a JPEG file.<p>The ability to shoot in raw is common on high-end DSLR cameras, but it hasn't really been available for mobile phones until recently.<p>Nokia's Lumia 1520 and 1020, which …

Mobile Photography

In North Korea, kids don't even know the internet exists. So how did the country pull off the gigantic Sony hack?

So the FBI has now formally accused North Korea of being behind the gigantic cyber-attack that has brought Sony Pictures to its knees over the past month—culminating in Sony’s decision yesterday to pull <i>The Interview,</i> which is about a fictional plot to assassinate Kim Jong-un, from theaters.<p>In other …

North Korea

Sea Ghost! Scientists Spot Deepest Living Fish in Mariana Trench

Researchers say they have spotted the deepest living fish ever found — a sea ghost of a snailfish that floated past their video camera at a depth of 26,716 feet (8,143 meters) in the Mariana Trench.<p>The expedition team, led by University of Hawaii marine scientists Jeff Drazen and Patty Fryer, say …

Read: Apple's letter to UK staff over Chinese factory conditions

Exclusive: Read Apple's letter to UK staff, blasting BBC's Panorama programme's 'deeply offensive' allegations the company mistreats workers in its Chinese factories<p>Apple has written a letter to its UK staff over "deeply offensive" allegations made by the BBC's Panorama programme that the company …

Scared Of Heights? Your Ancestors Might Be To Blame

New research into the ways that humans develop phobias has come upon a surprising theory: It could be genetic. According to researchers at the Emory University School of Medicine, memories can be passed down between generations via genetic switches and chemical changes in DNA that make experiences …