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Interconnected rats' brains create organic computer

Scientists have been experimenting with brain-to-brain interfaces for years. Miguel Nicolelis, a neurobiologist at Duke University Medical Center, in particular, has been making strides with his research on the subject. His team recently created a "Brainet" or a network of interconnected brains …

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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Google Play Weekly

Welcome back to Google Play Weekly! Here are your app headlines this week and you can watch it above:<p>Microsoft is merging their phone, tablet, and desktop OS and may eventually allow Android apps into the mix.<br>• A new Humble Bundle is out now with six games up for grabs and more coming soon! Check it …

A week after gunmen stormed the offices of Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people, the new issue of the satirical weekly newspaper, which features the Prophet Muhammad holding a sign that reads "I am Charlie" under the phrase "All is forgiven," is out today in France. One million copies have already been sold, with most newsstands running out of stock. The editors have announced they will print an additional four million copies in the coming days, an unprecedented number for a publication that used to distribute around 60,000 copies a week. In the U.S., only 300 copies are expected to be available from tomorrow. (Photo via @reuters) Read TIME's full coverage on time.com.

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Arab cartoonists pen their response to Charlie Hebdo affair

Leading caricaturists across the Middle East question the meaning of free speech while attacking Israel and Arab leaders<p>Arab cartoonists are hitting back over the Charlie Hebdo affair with satirical works questioning the meaning of free speech in the west, while attacking their own hypocritical …

This movie sharing service is the first good use of Ultraviolet we've seen

But it might not last long<p>Former Wall Street analyst Steve Wang has just launched Wavelength, a free movie-sharing service, or, as Wang is calling it, "the first social movie service."<p>Wavelength is powered by Ultraviolet, a cloud locker created by movie studios in 2010 that allows users to buy one …

NASA Pluto Probe Begins Science Observations Ahead of Epic Flyby

A NASA spacecraft's epic Pluto encounter is officially underway.<p>NASA's New Horizons probe today (Jan. 15) began its six-month approach to Pluto, …

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Maybe Don't Try Breakdancing While Setting off Fireworks

Do not try this at home.<p><b>This article was originally published on January, 9, 2015, but we think it still rocks!</b><p>Using GoPro cameras, duct tape, and more Roman candles than a sleep-away camp on Independence Day, German breakdancers LIL AMOK and Bboy Snoop rang the New Year in with explosive panache. …

The Most Disappointing Video Games Of 2014

2014 was a decent year for video games, but it was also a year filled with disappointments.<p>The following games aren’t necessarily the <i>worst</i> games of 2014. Indeed, some even made the Forbes Best Video Games of 2014 list.<p>There were some undeniably bad games released in 2014, but this list is comprised …

Free Climbing El Capitan: In Pictures

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Five Reasons Why the Dawn Wall First Free Ascent Has Pushed Climbing Forward

Adventure<p>To take climbing to the next level, you have to innovate, which is just what Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson did to complete one of the most significant ascents in climbing history. The achievement represents the realization of Caldwell’s vision to find a way to free climb the Dawn …

Meet the artist who creates surreal masterpieces with his iPhone

[avocado-gallery ids=”308771,308762,308763,308764,308765,308766,308767,308768,308769,308770″]<p>A brilliant white lightning bolt strikes the Eiffel Tower in Paris. In Venice, Italy, a whale splashes joyfully through a street system made up of canals. In New York, an elephant is lifted high into the …

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