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15 Sex Positions That Will Bring You Lots Of Holiday Cheer

This time of year, if it isn’t holiday-themed, you’re not interested. Latté? Pumpkin spice or peppermint, please. Earrings? Jingle bells or bust. …

42 Video Game Movies Currently in Development

In the years since <b>Den of Geek</b> first sprung into existence, we’ve consistently kept an eye on the video games that have been touted for the big screen …

Construction

Want to Be Smarter? Science Says Do This | Inc.com

We're always looking for little life hacks in hopes of improving the way our brain works. We've tried eating walnuts, solving one too many crossword puzzles, depleting our Sudoku collection, and reading countless stacks of books. Yet, despite all these little things, nothing we try really seems to …

The Brain

If You Think The 'Warcraft' Movie Looks Terrible, It Might Be YouTube's Fault

I don’t think there’s any upcoming media project I have more mixed feelings about than the <i>Warcraft</i> film. I desperately <i>want</i> it to be good, not just because I’m a big fan of the director (Duncan Jones) and the actors involved (Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Dominic Cooper, etc), but because we <i>need</i> a …

The Walking Dead

Edge of Tomorrow Sequel Finds Its Writers

I'm on the edge.<p>The sequel to Tom Cruise's Edge of Tomorrow has found its writers. Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse will pen the follow-up to the …

Box Office

How alcohol can improve your memory

A few drinks may disrupt the memory system – but in certain circumstances, they can actually aid recall. In this extract from his new book, Idiot Brain, neuroscientist Dean Burnett explains why gossip and booze go hand in hand<p>Why do relationships breakups hurt so much? Why do some people get travel …

The Brain

Climate scientists ponder spraying diamond dust in the sky to cool planet

Solid particles of diamond or alumina might be safer than sulphate droplets as a way to redirect the Sun’s energy, calculations suggest.<p>Climate …

Watch This Professional Japanese Flutist Cover Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal"

A traditional Japanese twist on the King of Pop’s hit song.<p>Classical music covers of popular songs are a wonderful thing. The latest video to surface shows a traditional Japanese rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal,” performed by professional shakuhachi (a Japanese bamboo flute) player …

Michael Jackson

Fallout Shelter topped 1 billion played sessions in its first month, but that's not all

To celebrate the continued overwhelming popularity of its free-to-play Vault life sim <i>Fallout Shelter</i>, Bethesda released some staggering stats about the game and its simulations.<p>In its debut month, according to the handy graphic below, there were more than one billion gameplay sessions totaling more …

Lifetime PS4 Sales Cross 25 Million, Double Xbox Sales Last Quarter

Sony reported another 3 million PlayStation 4 sales during the first financial quarter of the year. That’s up from 2.7 million in the same time period last year.<p>The quarter ending June 30th brought total lifetime sales of the video game console to 25.3 million. It took the PlayStation 2 two years …

Xbox

Will A Surgical Mask Keep You Safe In A Viral Outbreak?

An outbreak of Middle East respiratory syndrome in South Korea has sent sales of surgical masks soaring.<p>When the deadly virus first appeared in the country in May, people started wearing masks just about everywhere — on the metro, at crowded malls and even at weddings — despite the fact that the …

Disease

Super-thin E Ink watch is the latest crowdfunding casualty

You're about to get an all-too-blunt reminder of why crowdfunding sites shouldn't be treated like stores. Central Standard Timing has shelved its extra-thin, Kickstarter-backed CST-01 watch after running into numerous production problems. The project is nearly out of money, and the team has ditched …

GameStop launches vintage games store and prices are all over the place

GameStop took to its Twitter account this morning to announce the launch of the new Retro Classics section on its online storefront. The national gaming retailer is stocking everything from refurbished vintage consoles to a wide selection of pre-owned NES, SNES, Genesis, N64, PS1 and Dreamcast …

Retrogaming

Large Hadron Collider: Scientists hail 'new era' in physics as world's biggest particle smasher cranks up

Scientists have hailed a "new era" in their quest to unravel more mysteries of the universe as the world's biggest particle smasher started …

Solar Plane Aborts Dangerous 'Earhart Leg' of Epic Flight

The plane known as Solar Impulse turned around while flying what was supposed to be a six-day nonstop trip from China to Hawaii.<p>The sun-powered plane known as Solar Impulse 2 made an unexpected U-turn and landing during the most dangerous leg of its historic attempt to fly around the world, the …

The human body is marvellous – but it doesn’t have a lifetime guarantee

Your body is far from perfect. You’re the product of millions of years of evolution, but this process doesn’t strive towards “perfection”. In fact, it doesn’t strive towards anything. It just happens: because there are differences between individuals in a species, and some have better chances of …

Imaging

Solar plane starts 'risky' Pacific crossing

Solar Impulse 2, an experimental solar-powered aircraft, has taken off from the eastern Chinese city of Nanjing for Hawaii on a leg described as "risky" by the project's managing director.<p>"We can predict weather two or three days out fairly accurately," Gregory Blatt told Al Jazeera on Sunday.<p>"But …

Solar Impulse

A Star Just Got Swallowed By A Warp In Space-Time

Om nom nom<p>A star has slipped out of view thanks to the space-time warp it creates as it orbits.<p>The disappearing star is part of a binary star system called J1906. It's a pulsar, which means it's a rotating neutron star, the result of a massive star collapsing in on itself. Researchers have been …

Astronomy