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Who needs FaceTime? 4 video-calling apps for Android

For staying connected, video calling is still all the rage. More personal than a phone call, but just as easy, video calling is often free and the feature is popping up in more apps, including WhatsApp earlier this year.<p>If you have an iPhone or iPad, your top choice would likely be FaceTime, since …

Bulgarian bones could be John the Baptist's, scientists say

Science and archaeology offer insights into ancient artifacts that could be linked to Jesus Christ. "Finding Jesus: Fact. Faith. Forgery," premieres Sunday Night, March 1 at 9pm ET/PT on CNN.<p><b>(CNN) —</b> When the tools of modern science are applied to religious relics, the results are almost always the …

Archaeology

Suddenly, everyone's making computers you strap to your face. Here's a rundown of all the big players.

A bunch of companies seem to believe that computers you wear on your face are the next big thing.<p>This week, hardware maker HTC and PC game technology company Valve demonstrated theirs, called Vive, and it was met with wild rapturous applause from tech writers.<p>But how is it any different than …

Are low oil prices here to stay?

<b>Predicting the oil price is a bit of a mug's game.</b><p>There are simply too many variables involved to make any kind of meaningful, definitive forecast.<p>What we do know is that, despite a recent upturn, the price of oil has slumped almost 50% since last summer following the longest-running decline for 20 …

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Super Bowl 2015: Where do the Seahawks go from here?

Securing their defense and extending Russell Wilson are top priorities for Seattle.<p>The Seattle Seahawks made it as far as a team can make it without winning the Super Bowl this year, coming so close that the game was up in the air even in the final minutes. Coming off a Super Bowl-winning season, …

Apple iPhone 6 Plus: it's a very big phone and it feels great - review

Too big. This thing’s too big. Waaay too big. It’s... actually, that screen is pretty nice, isn’t it? Wow, you really can get a lot of content on there, can’t you? Hey, my hand’s getting used to the size. It’s quite comfortable, isn’t it?<p>And that’s how it goes with the iPhone 6 Plus. I expected to …

FIFA 15 is focusing on emotion, but can't yet match the World Cup's extraordinary moments

History is made at every World Cup, but rarely in such shocking fashion as Brazil's embarrassing 7-1 defeat at the hands of Germany in the semifinals of this year's tournament.<p>The match was not only historically significant — no team had previously scored more than six goals in a World Cup …

Samsung launches Galaxy-only app store with perks

Samsung has announced the launch of a brand new app store named<p>Samsung Galaxy Apps, which offers -- you guessed it -- hundreds of apps that are …

Our Favorite Burger Recipes from Classic to "Crunchified"

Juicy burgers—from beef, to turkey, to veggie—that you'll want to get on your grill right now.<p><b>Fire up that grill already</b>—it's practically begging for one of these juicy burgers to make that delightful sizzling noise.

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Oyster Brings Its Netflix For Books To Android

New York-based startup Oyster just released its reading app for Android devices — the app works on both phones and tablets, such as the Nexus 7 or Kindle Fire.<p>As a reminder, Oyster is an unlimited subscription service for ebooks. For $9.95 a month, you get access to more than 500,000 books on your …

Brazil: Arrests and crackdowns but anti-World Cup activists get their message across

Despite police raids on activists' homes, protesters are gaining wide audiences with their calls for change in Brazil and beyond<p>To be in Brazil for the World Cup should be every football fan's dream, but as exhilarating as it is, it's impossible for any sane supporter not to feel the competition …

Gun control supporters march in Brooklyn

Nearly 1,000 people marched two miles across the Brooklyn Bridge to New York's City Hall on Saturday to rally against gun violence.<p>Once the marchers reached City Hall, they heard speeches by Shannon Watts, the head of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America; a New York congresswoman; several …

Seattle school names scholarship after student who stopped gunman

Seattle Pacific University has named a scholarship after the student who heroically tackled a gunman who opened fire on campus earlier this month.<p>University President Dan Martin said Saturday that an engineering scholarship will be named after Jon Meis, the 22-year-old senior electrical engineering …

Does a Parent’s Pot Use Endanger Kids?

DENVER (AP) — A Colorado man loses custody of his children after getting a medical marijuana card. The daughter of a Michigan couple growing legal medicinal pot is taken by child-protection authorities after an ex-husband says their plants endangered kids.<p>And police officers in New Jersey visit a …

'Social discovery' is not about making friends. It's about sex, narcissism, & gossip

“Social networking is what your social life looks like today, and social discovery is what your social life might look like tomorrow,” said ReadWrite editor-in-chief Owen Thomas during his opening remarks at Wednesday’s Glimpse Social Discovery conference.<p>In simpler terms: Social discovery is an …

Data And Your Doctor Are Coming Together To Revolutionize Health Care

• What was your blood pressure this morning?<br>• Which hospital in your area has a) the lowest cost for emergency visits, b) the best safety record, c) the …

Health Care

iPad: $1.50 per year

If you fully drain and charge your iPad every other day it will use about 12 kWh of electricity per year. Source: Electric Power Research Institute

Electricity

E3: The net reacts to the PlayStation and Xbox events

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/technology/1083000/1083298_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1532763217_5f124e80e5b9c7bb91d1c780661f44b7<p><b>The games themselves took centre stage at E3's press day this year.</b><p>Sony and Microsoft competed to claim they had the better exclusives, while the …

Halo Master Chief preorders top Amazon charts

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is No. 1 in Amazon's video game sales chart. Not bad for an Xbox title that won't actually be out for another five months.<p>Announced by Microsoft at the E3 gaming event on Monday, Halo: The Master Chief Collection is a remastered bundle of the previous four core …

Gaming geeks declare Sony the winner over Microsoft at E3, so far

Microsoft at E3 2014: from Halo 5 to the return of Crackdown - the key points

It sounded like a mea culpa. Xbox boss Phil Spencer took to the stage at Microsoft's gigantic press conference, on the eve of the E3 video game show in Los Angeles, and told the thousands of attendees that this would all be about games.<p>Broadcast live over the internet to millions of viewers the …

Here's What 2x2 MIMO And Download Booster Can Do For Your Samsung Galaxy S5

The Samsung Galaxy S5 has a lot going on underneath the hood. Turn it on, and immediately you'll notice its Super AMOLED screen— but once you start using the device, you'll see just how smart, powerful, and innovative it really is.<p>Streaming a movie or downloading a huge file is easy thanks to two …

Video Game News, Reviews, and Walkthroughs - IGN.com

1:00:45<p>video 1:00:45<p>7h<p>Red Dead 2's Gameplay Opens the Door For Awesome Options<p>video 0<p>7h<p>20 Most Memorable SummerSlam Moments<p>More Big Stories & …

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Your Future British Airways Flights May Be Powered By Garbage

A new production plant will soon crank out jet fuel made from trash. As airlines seek to lower their carbon footprint and cities struggle with growing piles of waste, it could be a match made in heaven.<p>In a few years, your flight from London to New York may be powered by trash. A new production …

How Netflix Is Changing Our Brains, And Why That May Not Be All Good

With season two of Netflix’s breakout hit Orange is the New Black now airing, I’m struck by a profound change in the psychological calculus of entertainment. Netflix has changed the game, and I don’t just mean the game of how shows are served to hungry eyes. I mean the game going on behind our eyes …

For World Cup, ESPN goes big and goes online

To sum up ESPN's expectations for the 2014 World Cup, Bimal Kapadia -- an executive at the sports television giant's online soccer arm ESPN FC -- had trouble getting the proper sentiment across without hyperbole.<p>"Projections are gigantic," said Kapadia, ESPN FC's senior director of global business …

Here's everything Tesla has done to the Model S' software since 2012

While today’s Tesla Model S electric car may look just the same as the first one that rolled off the line two years ago, it’s had quite a few hardware updates under the surface.<p>But from a Tesla owner’s point of view, the car has been improved far more by numerous updates to its computer software …

New in tech this week

• <b>Health and home on your phone.</b> Apple unveiled its plans for its iPhone software for the next year complete with Home and Health apps.<p>Apple's Home app promises to automate the house, remotely connecting lights, locks, TVs and washing machines, and make them all controllable via voice, thanks to …

This New Tech Could Make Your Future Phone Shatter-Proof

Researchers at the University of Akron are working on a film for smartphone screens that could make a device's display shatter-proof.<p>The film is comprised of a transparent layer of electrodes over a polymer surface, according to a report from the university first spotted by Engadget.<p>These …

Emerging Technology

The 5 Best Ways To Learn How To Code

Photo: Courtesy of Skillcrush.<p>It’s no secret that the world of tech has a serious diversity problem. From bro-y CEOs and founders behaving badly on …

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