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5 Best Android Apps For This Week

5 Best Android Apps For This Week1. ContrastContrast is a puzzle/platform game where you can move between a fantastic 3D world and a mysterious …

Now We Know What A Black Hole 'Sounds' Like

What does a black hole sound like?<p>Actually, since sound waves don't propagate in the near-vacuum of outer space, we can't hear black holes. But if we could, they might sound somewhat similar to the static from a badly tuned TV set.<p>That's the word from the authors of a study published Friday in the …

Black Holes

The 10 cushiest first class plane cabins in the world

Flying might consist of long hours, but that doesn't mean it has to be a miserable experience.<p>AirlineRatings.com rates airlines on everything from the level of comfort they provide to passengers to how safe their carriers are, and they recently ranked the top ten airlines with the best first class …

Living Rooms

Shoot-out between Nexus 6P and iPhone 6 shows how good Android cameras have become

2015 has been the year where Android phones have finally caught up to the iPhone in terms of camera quality, but they haven’t stopped there. In the …

Android News

Earth's Gravitational Pull Cracks Open the Moon

Earth's gravitational pull is massaging the moon, opening up faults in the lunar crust, researchers say.<p>Just as the moon's gravitational pull causes …

If life exists on Mars it could pose a serious problem for our exploration of the planet

NASA announced last month that they found flowing water on Mars. The discovery is our best evidence yet that the planet supports life. But as science …

Exploration