Maherukh Nasim

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10 Free Android Apps Everyone Should Download

Every time I get a new Android smartphone or tablet, I install certain apps right away, before I even really start to play with the device — apps I …

Do You Use, or Design, Plastic Products? New Research Means You May Want to Think Twice About the Material

<i>Update: A response from Eastman Chemical Company, with whom Core77 has had a working relationship in the past, has been appended to the entry. Read</i> …

Meet Paddle, The Incredible Shapeshifting Smartphone Of The Future

The mobile device can assume the shape of an armband, a phone, a tablet, and more. Welcome to the future.<p>How many gadgets do you tote around at any given time? Your smartphone, of course. But also maybe a tablet or an e-reader or a fitness band or a second smartphone. (Or perhaps all of the above.) …

8 Decorating Ideas to Steal From Instagram

Design trends on the visual-heavy app.<p>Interior designers, bloggers, and tastemakers have taken to the visual-heavy app to capture life's most captivating moments. Here, we compile some of the most inspiring snapshots by the must-follow crowd.

It's a Lovely Life by Heather Delaney Reese

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OpenGlass uses Google Glass to identify objects for the visually impaired (video)

Dapper Vision's OpenGlass project sees Google Glass' camera as useful for more than just hands-free pictures -- it's a tool for interpreting the world around us. To show that potential, the two-person group has tested two of its Glass apps with visually impaired wearers. The first, Question-Answer, …

No matter how much we criticize our college... In the end, We will miss it.

So simple is to live. So simple is to love. So simple is to smile. So simple is to win. Butttt NOT so simple is to get up in morning. :P<br>Good Morning …

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APOD: Tropic of Cancer (2013 Aug 02) Image Credit & Copyright: Rogelio Bernal Andreo (Deep Sky Colors) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130802.html Explanation: This intriguing monument can be found in Taiwan between the cities of Hualian and Taitong. Split into two sides, it straddles a special circle of latitude on planet Earth, near 23.5 degrees north, known as the Tropic of Cancer. Points along the Tropic of Cancer are the northernmost locations where the Sun can pass directly overhead, an event that occurs once a year during the northern hemisphere's summer solstice. The latitude that defines the Tropic of Cancer corresponds to the tilt of planet Earth's rotation axis with respect to its orbital plane. The name refers to the zodiacal constellation Cancer the Crab. Historically the Sun's position was within Cancer during the northern summer solstice, but because of the precession of Earth's axis, that solstice Sun is currently within the boundaries of Taurus. In this starry night scene the otherwise all white structure is colored by city lights, with its orange side just south of the Tropic of Cancer and the white side just north. Of course, there is a southern hemisphere counterpart of the Tropic of Cancer. It's called the Tropic of Capricorn. http://www.deepskycolors.com/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130802 #APOD

New Evidence: When Did Humanity's Last Common Male And Female Ancestors Live?

Sadly, Adam and Eve probably didn't date each other.<p>Hundreds of thousands of years ago—when people still lived in small hunter-gatherer bands, when it's not even clear they were totally anatomically modern (though they probably were)—something happened in the human genome.<p>Somewhere in Africa, a man …

FDA warns about anti-malaria drug

Mefloquine was once routinely given to U.S. troops, some of whom say it damaged them.<p>August 02, 2013|Alan Zarembo<p>Federal drug officials have issued a strong new warning about a controversial anti-malaria medication once routinely given to U.S. troops, some of whom say it damaged them …

Nanodiamond thermometer can find the temperature inside a single living cell

The mercury-in-glass thermometer has served us well for the past 270 years, but sometimes you need something smaller — say to find the temperature inside a single living cell. Researchers at Harvard have discovered a new technique using lasers and diamond nanocrystals to measure temperatures of …

Meet the robot dancer and the mechanical portrait artist

A human-like robot that can dance, another that can paint portraits and others that behave like animals such as shrews and fish have been unveiled.<p>Engineers are creating robots that mimic biological organisms including fish, mammals and even plants in an attempt to produce machines that can operate …

Ingenious House U In Croatia Offers Unabated Views Of The Adriatic Coast

Built on a hillside along the Dalmatian Coast and offering beautiful views of the Adriatic along with the historic city of Dubrovnik, House U is all …

Project Albatross: A House Near The Beach By BGD Architects

A sleek and stunning modern-day oasis is what you'll find at Albatross in Mermaid Beach, OLD, Australia. What you'll feel here is a connection to all …

Décor Projects that Make Use of Household Items

Updating your home doesn’t have to result in a lot of expense. Here are some great things you can do with items that are lying around the house.<p>Hang …

Bacteria That Cause Gum Disease Linked To Alzheimer's

Wreaking havoc in your mouth and head<p>Could Alzheimer's disease originate in your mouth?<p>It sounds like a strange idea, but scientists have recently found one small clue that dental bacteria may play a role in some cases of Alzheimer's.<p>A team of researchers from the U.K. and the U.S. found …

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