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In an Unexpected Move, Amazon Just Made Its Biggest Announcement Since Acquiring Whole Foods | Inc.com

There are no cashiers. There aren't even checkout lanes. And there definitely aren't any lines.<p>At Amazon's new grocery store, you just grab stuff off the shelves, bag it yourself and walk out. Everything gets automatically charged to your Amazon account.<p>It's called Amazon Go, and the store uses …

Amazon Go

'This Bill Will Do You Harm.’ Read Barack Obama’s Statement on GOP Health Plan

President Barack Obama is urging lawmakers to “step back and measure what’s really at stake” when considering a health care bill proposed Thursday by …

Tomato and basil spaghetti - delicious. magazine

• 2 tbsp olive oil<br>• 1 small onion, chopped<br>• 2 garlic cloves, crushed<br>• 400g can cherry tomatoes in juice<br>• 1 tsp sugar<br>• Handful of fresh basil leaves<br>• 200g dried …

Hillary Clinton: Trump Budget Shows 'Unimaginable' Cruelty

NEW YORK — Hillary Clinton proclaimed Tuesday that President Donald Trump's budget shows an "unimaginable level of cruelty" for millions of Americans and children.<p>The former Democratic presidential nominee, who recently declared herself part of the Trump resistance, lashed out at the Republican …

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There was only one thought in my mind when I saw Cher performing at the Billboard Music Awards in a diamond-studded bra and pink heart-shaped nipple pasties: are nude fishnets back in fashion?<p>Not everyone had the same reaction. Piers Morgan asked his fellow <i>Good Morning Britain</i> hosts Susanna Reid …

Cher

Cher bares body at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards

Cher may be 71, but she isn’t afraid to show some serious skin. The pop superstar took the stage at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday and wore two very revealing outfits, which barely covered her fit figure.<p>This year's Icon Award recipient delivered a Las Vegas-worthy performance of her '90s …

NieR: Automata “Glory to Mankind" Trailer

The Surprising Genius Of Apple’s Dorkiest Idea

Former Disney imagineer Tony Christopher speaks with Co.Design about designing Apple’s cybercafe–and shares exclusive images.<p>The year was 1996.<p>Apple wasn’t doing well, suffering through the awkward years between the Mac and the iPod. Jobs would return officially in 1997, but in the meantime, Apple …

A Dead Simple Tool To Find Out What Facebook Knows About You

A new Chrome extension reveals the unsettling amount of information the company might have on you.<p>If you could measure all the information you consume online, what would you learn about yourself?<p>That’s the question behind the new Chrome extension Data Selfie. Created by developers Hang Do Thi Duc …

Arnold Schwarzenegger just slammed Donald Trump over his latest 'Apprentice' dig

Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Thursday issued a swift comeback to President Donald Trump's National Prayer Breakfast attack, …

Ryan Reynolds Deserved Oscar Nomination For Deadpool, Jake Gyllenhaal Says

Ryan Reynolds should have received a Best Actor nomination for his portrayal of Wade Wilson/Deadpool in the movie <i>Deadpool</i>, according to Jake Gyllenhaal.<p>As reported by Entertainment Weekly, Gyllenhaal said this week that Reynolds was "brilliant" in the R-rated superhero movie and should have been …

100 Years Of Infographics From National Geographic

A new tome from Taschen explores why National Geographic‘s approach to information design has changed little since the 1800s.<p>The fact that <i>National Geographic</i> continues to be a collector’s item when other print magazines are struggling—there’s even a popular eBay guide for selling them–is testament …

Dinosaur footprint among largest on record discovered in Mongolia's Gobi Desert

Scientists have unearthed in Mongolia's Gobi Desert one of the biggest dinosaur footprints ever recorded, measuring over a metre in length.<p>The enormous print, which measures 106cm (42 inches) in length and 77cm in width and dates back more than 70 million years, offers a fresh clue about the giant …

Microsoft is bringing 'interesting calendars,' event icons, maps, and other Sunrise goodies to mobile Outlook's calendar

Microsoft has announced a series of upgrades to the calendar portion of the mobile version of Outlook. These are mostly borrowed features from the …

Apps

There's an Earth-Like Planet Orbiting Our Nearest Star

It might be the closest home for life outside our solar system.<p>Astronomers just discovered the closest possible Earth-like planet outside our solar system. It orbits our closest neighboring star, Proxima Centauri. The planet is warm enough for liquid water, is almost certainly rocky and terrestrial …

Astronomy

An Obituary For Everyone Who Died on Game of Thrones This Season

Reports from the Westeros newspapers.<p>Does Westeros have a free press? Do they have newspapers, given that there's probably only a small percent of the population who can read and write? What do the farmers, the beggars, the merchants, the soldiers think of everything going on in their world? Do …

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20 Places To Travel That Are Ranked Number One In The World Based on Facts

There are many things in the world we don’t know about. Here are some of the interesting facts with the list of world’s number one places around the …

Geography

We're in the middle of a cancer-treatment revolution — here's what's keeping us from beating the disease

With success stories like President Jimmy Carter, who declared he was cancer-free only a few months after sharing that he'd been diagnosed with metastatic melanoma, new immunotherapy treatments like the one he used are creating a sea change in the way cancer is treated.<p>While success stories abound, …

The Conversation

Readers respond to our April 2016 cover story.<p>The Obama Doctrine<p><i>In April, Jeffrey Goldberg reported on the president’s foreign policy. John Bew called the article “a masterpiece of journalism” in</i> New Statesman<i>, while former U.S. Representative Barney Frank said Goldberg’s interviews with Obama</i> …

Political Science

Microsoft sues U.S. government over data requests | Reuters

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) has sued the U.S. government for the right to tell its customers when a federal agency is looking at their emails, the latest in a series of clashes over privacy between the technology industry and Washington.<p>Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella delivers the …

Multitasking New Horizons observed solar wind changes on journey to Pluto

In addition to its history-making encounter with Pluto last July, the New Horizons spacecraft also recorded significant changes in how the solar wind …

Microsoft Snags Oracle's Main Man on Linux

Here’s a really interesting tidbit for software geeks: Wim Coekaerts, a long-time Oracle veteran who helped transform that company into a Linux …

Illinois judge defers decision on freeing man wrongfully convicted of murder | Reuters

CHICAGO (Reuters) - An Illinois judge on Friday said he needed more time to consider whether to free a man serving a life sentence who prosecutors say was wrongfully convicted in 2012 of kidnapping and murdering a 7-year-old girl more than 50 years ago, local reports said.<p>Jack Daniel McCullough, …

Weekend Recipe: Kimchi Pancakes

One of the most promising new cookbooks to hit shelves this spring is <i>Koreatown: A Cookbook</i>, written by freelance food writer Matt Rodbard and chef Deuki Hong (Eater Young Gun class of 2015) of New York City's Kang Ho Dong Baek Jeong. The pair have spent years studying the restaurants and dishes …

The Wrong Way to Legalize Marijuana?

Ohio may be on the brink of creating America’s first marijuana ‘monopoly.’<p>On the surface, Ian James sounds like any other idealistic marijuana advocate: He’s critical of the war on drugs, he touts the economic and tax benefits of legalization and uses the familiar rebuttal against the “think of the …

Cannabis

The real reason germs spread in the winter

Flu season is a fact of life – but until recently, no one knew why. The answer hinges on the disgusting ways that germs pass between people.<p>It begins as surely as the leaves dropping off the trees. As the mercury drops and the sunlight fades, the sniffles set in. At best, it’s just a cold that …

Microbiology

Dell buying EMC in a transaction valued at about $67 billion

Dell is buying data storage company EMC in a deal valued at approximately $67 billion.<p>Shareholders of EMC Corp. will receive about $33.15 per share, which includes cash plus tracking stock linked to part of EMC's economic interest in the VMware business. That's a 19% premium to EMC's Friday closing …

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Hacking is such a problem that the cost of cyber insurance is skyrocketing

<i>(By Jim Finkle, Reuters) –</i> A rash of hacking attacks on U.S. companies over the past two years has prompted insurers to massively increase cyber premiums for some companies, leaving firms that are perceived to be a high risk scrambling for cover.<p>On top of rate hikes, insurers are raising …

Deleting genes could boost lifespan by 60 per cent, say scientists

The secret of extending life by decades may lie in switching off certain genes, scientists believe, after showing that small genetic tweaks can make organisms live 60 per cent longer.<p>Ten years of research by the Buck Institute for Research on Ageing and the University of Washington has identified …

Immune System