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Remember all of those dystopian futures where our skies are filled with grimy flying cars spewing smog across the land? The co-founder of Google is hoping to make that future a reality, at least according to <i>Bloomberg</i>. It's published a report claiming that Larry Page has been secretly bankrolling …
He doesn’t talk much about his mother’s ancestral home, but people here still talk about him.<p>The village of Tong, on the Outer Hebridean island of Lewis, has a calm, unhurried air. On a blustery weekday afternoon, a pair of men in gum boots herd sheep off the grass verges by the side of a narrow …Donald Trump
Sanders’ victory does little to narrow Clinton’s large delegate lead, while presumptive Republican nominee claims wins in West Virginia and Nebraska<p>West Virginia and Nebraska primaries: five things we learned Trump sending white nationalist delegate to convention after list debacle<p>A defiant Bernie …
This photographer managed to make China — a country with nearly 1.4 billion people — look completely empty
Over a period of six months, photographer Bence Bakonyi ventured from his home in Hungary and traveled throughout China by himself, documenting the cities and landscapes he saw along the way.<p>While China's population exceeds 1 billion, you would never guess that just by looking at Bakonyi's …China
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When it opened in 1955, the Grande Hotel in the Indian Ocean city of Beira was one of the most luxurious in Africa. Photojournalist Fellipe Abreu documents the lives of the 3,500 people who now fill this long-closed hotel to capacity
Almost a year and a half before <i>Star Wars: The Force Awakens</i> graced moviegoers with its presence in 2015, an allegedly confirmed report revealed details about the first 20 minutes of the movie. Chief among the report’s nuggets of information was a description of the film’s opening sequence. Aside …Science Fiction
National Geographic is inviting entries to its annual travel photographer of the year award. You can find details of how to enter here and the competition closes on 27 May 2016. Here is a small selection of photographs already submitted.
Even though they look like normal, they're far from it.<p>Your kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room are about to become way more storage savvy.
They have some good points...<p>The men and women who made the above 19-minute video ripping apart <i>Star Wars: The Force Awakens</i> are some truly brave individuals. Maybe they know exactly what they're getting into and are just trolling the legions of fans prepared to take up arms against many of these …Science Fiction
Auto makers believe a surge in ownership is coming from the younger demographic groups.<p>While millennial urbanites and members of the Gen-Y group have been reluctant to dive into the market, several motives will drive demand, said leaders of the Canadian divisions of major automotive companies at …Real Estate
Newly released emails reveal that the debacle went all the way to the director general after the BBC was forced to abandon three "star cars" in South America in 2014, risking a security bond of £1 million.<p>The crew had to abandon the cars driven by the presenters after being pelted by stones because …