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The best new characters in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS

The new Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS adds new modes, gameplay changes, and better online options, but let’s be honest: Many of us care most about the new characters.<p>Thankfully, the newest version of Nintendo’s cross-over fighting game series, which comes out for the 3DS tomorrow and for the …

Brainwash the public into accepting soldiers in schools, says Call of Duty director

Politicians can learn a lot from video game marketing, including the art of “brainwashing” the public.<p>That’s according to Dave Anthony, writer and director of first-person shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops, in addressing a future wars forum organized by Washington-based think-tank the Atlantic …

Disney throws Tiny Death Star and Star Wars: Assault Team into a reactor shaft

That’s what I’m trying to tell you, kid. Tiny Death Star and Star Wars: Assault Team ain’t there. They’ve been totally blown away.<p>Like Grand Moff Tarkin testing out his planet-destroying space station, The Walt Disney Company has completely wiped two Star Wars mobile games out of existence. The …

How To Shoot The Dog And Other Facts You Probably Don’t Know About ‘Duck Hunt’

<b>1) Duck Hunt was a remake of a toy Nintendo made before they even got into video games.</b> Yes, one of the first Nintendo games a lot people ever played was a remake, and the thing it was based on wasn’t even a true video game.<p><i>Beam Gun: Duck Hunt</i> was a toy Nintendo produced in 1976 before they got …

Stan Lee Might Be Doing More Than Cameoing In The Marvel Cinematic Universe

It’s as reliable as the sun rising: Whether he’s macking on Xandarians or leading the Army, Stan Lee cameos in every Marvel movie, and not just the Avengers end of things, either. It’s a little nod to the fan and something of a tradition in modern Marvel movies. But what if Smilin’ Stan isn’t just …

Using Anthrax In The Fight Against Cancer

In the never ending search for cancer therapies, novel technologies are being explored, including the incorporation of the body’s own immune system. One particular area of interest has been the use of antibodies to target specific cancer-associated molecules and block their involvement in oncogenic …

Evidence Found Of A Particle That Is Its Own Antiparticle

In the future, the exotic particle could go into quantum computers.<p>There's a particle that physicists theorize exists that acts simultaneously as both matter and antimatter. Whoa! The particle is called the Majorana fermion, and a team of physicists is announcing today that it's seen some evidence …

Darwin was right about invasive species

Charles Darwin proposed the “evolutionary imbalance hypothesis” (EIH) to help predict species invasiveness in ecosystems. Now, scientists have tested …

Man Shoots Down Drone, Lawyers Scratch Their Heads

Is it wrong to shoot a robo-trespasser?<p>Shooting down a small drone is hard. But determining whether people should be allowed to do so may prove more difficult still. A man in New Jersey fired a shotgun at his neighbor's drone, and as the quadcopter crashed to the ground, the incident raised new …

In a Planet-or-Not Debate, Some Astronomers Say "Long Live Planet Pluto"

Disagreements continue over Pluto's planetary status, with a recent debate held at Harvard for scientists to weigh the pros and cons.<p><b>Pluto is a planet.</b><p><b>No, it's not.</b><p><b>It depends what you mean by "planet."</b><p>Last week, the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics revisited the perennial debate over how …

This Chaotic New Cloud Could Be The Coolest Thing Since Cumulus

This raging airmass seems likely to become the first cloud formation the World Meteorological Organization will recognize in more than 60 years.<p><i>(GIF cut from video by Alex Schueth)</i><p>There is something new under the sun.<p>Gavin Pretor-Pinney hopes a wild, turbulent cloud he calls "<i>undulatus asperatus</i>" …

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How con artists trick your mind

Scammers play sophisticated psychological tricks to fool their marks, says Colin Barras, and that means anyone can be vulnerable unless they know what to look for.<p>None of us likes being scammed, and David Modic is no different. But it’s not the fact that scammers try to trick us into handing over …

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Five diseases far deadlier than Ebola found in the US

Ebola is far from the deadliest disease to ever reach US shores - we look at five others currently or recently observed in the US with higher fatality rates<p>More than 100 Americans in Dallas could have been exposed to the deadly strain of <b>Ebola</b> currently sweeping West Africa, after the first case on …

'River Monster': 50-Foot Spinosaurus

How to make tea correctly (according to science): milk first

Tea is better than coffee. Let’s just get that out of the way before we start. Many Most ALL British people think this. Even those who say the exact opposite agree really, they’re just trying to be provocative and confrontational due to consuming too much caffeine. Yes, it may look like pretty much …

Global biodiversity targets won't be met by 2020, scientists say

World leaders are failing in their pledge to cut the rate at which wildlife lose their homes, according to the the first ever progress report on targets to slow biodiversity loss by the end of the decade. Conservationist called the lack of action a “troubling sign” and a “reality check”.<p>Governments …

Bacteria in space could help create new vaccines - CNN.com

One challenge for astronauts is keeping well nourished and free of infection, especially on long-duration manned missions.<p>HIDE CAPTION<p>Staying healthy in space<p>Life support<p>Breeding bacteria<p>Spirulina<p>Super germs<p>Space Salmonella<p>Super food?<p><i>Editor's note: Since originally publishing this story, we have</i> …

Scientists Have Found A Crystal That Can Let You Breathe Underwater

It’s a great scientific irony that water is full of oxygen yet none of it is breathable to humans. But that might be about to change, thanks to a research team in Denmark and a bizarre crystal they’ve discovered.<p>Carrying the catchy label of [{(bpbp)Co2II(NO3)}2(NH2bdc)](NO3)2 * 2H2O, and what we’re …

Is demoted planet Pluto making a comeback?

<b>(CNN) —</b> Poor Pluto. Is it or isn't it a planet?<p>Ever since astronomer Clyde Tombaugh at the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, discovered it on February 18, 1930, we've believed that we live in a solar system with nine planets.<p>Then, along came the International Astronomical Union, the group …

12. Log In With Facial Recognition

It's close to a year since the PlayStation 4 was released in the West, and those 11 or so months have gone about as well as Sony could have hoped. …

Two Pokemon Distributions Get in the Halloween Spirit

Get your copies of Pokémon X and Y ready for the Halloween season with a shiny Gengar and super-sized Pumpkaboo this month.<p>GameStop will be …

A Closer Look at the Supersize Glitch in Smash Bros. 3DS - IGN Video

IGN's Jose Otero and Brendan Graeber super-size their competition using this Smash Bros. 3DS glitch.

Video game music documentary adds Destiny, Halo, Minecraft composers and more

Marty O'Donnell, former Bungie employee and composer of the Halo games and <i>Destiny</i>, will join a documentary about video game music, according to a Kickstarter blog post from the producers of <i>The Players' Score: A Video Game Music Documentary</i>.<p>The project took to Kickstarter this month to fund a …

Can virtual reality make you a better person?

Can virtual reality make us more empathetic? Tiffanie Wen visited a special lab in California to find out for herself, and was surprised at what happened.<p>"This is already so real, I don’t know if I even want to do this anymore," I say out loud.<p>I’m standing in the middle of a carpeted, multi-sensory …

Here's the original Star Wars trilogy in three minutes

Here's a handy three-minute precis of the original Star Wars trilogy, from the wits at TL;DW, just in case you missed the movies the first time around (1977-1983). <b>Warning:</b> SPOILERS!