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Google wants you to use its new physical keys to secure your account

You should already be using two-factor authentication to prevent unauthorized access to your online accounts. While your phone is up to the task of helping you with that, Google believes it’s time for to take the next step: using a physical security key.<p>At its ongoing Google Cloud Next event, the …

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Espresso vs. Brewed Coffee

Two types of coffee, two types of delicious<p>Espresso and brewed coffee represent two very different ways of making coffee which dramatically affects …

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All the New Halloween Candies You Need to Know About This Season

M&M'S WHITE BOO-TTERSCOTCH CANDIES<p>Introducing the latest in M&M flavors you must try — butterscotch and white chocolate. Sold exclusively at Target, …

A Stanford medical professor just exposed huge flaws in evidence used to give drug prescriptions

Over the past decade, scientists have increasingly become ashamed at the failings of their own profession: due to a lack of self-policing and quality control, a large proportion of studies have not been replicable, scientific frauds have flourished for years without being caught, and the pressure …

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Scientists Make Major Discovery While Studying The Brain On No Sleep

This is WAY more complex than anyone thought.<p>Conventional wisdom suggests that the longer you go without sleep, the more tired you should be. But if you’ve ever pulled an all-nighter, you’ve probably experienced the opposite phenomenon: At 4 a.m., you can barely keep your eyes open. Then, it’s 8 …

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Thieves find a more insidious way to steal credit card details

The secret service has issued a warning to banks and ATM companies about a new way that thieves can steal your credit card information. A report from <i>Krebs on Security</i> explains that "periscope" skimmers have been found inside teller machines in Connecticut and Pennsylvania in the last two months. Of …

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25 Japanese foods we love -- from miso to tempura | CNN Travel

(CNN) — Japan is often called a "Galapagos" when it comes to technology, as the country's cultural isolation tends to produce innovations found nowhere else in the world. The same can be said about its food.<p>Japan is a culinary wonderland thanks to its unique heritage, a national obsession with …

Konami has no plans to ever actually finish Metal Gear Solid V

Konami claims that Metal Gear Solid V has an ending, and have no active plans to add any additional content

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Scientists announce discovery of Earth-like planet near Sun's neighbor

The new planet, "Proxima b," has been found orbiting the star nearest our Sun. Scientists suspect it could be habitable.<p>The scientists announced …

Science Says You Aren't Lazy--the Perception of Time Is Messing Everything Up

A slower view of time could be contributing to higher rates of workplace stress among Millennials.<p>Stress and the workplace appear to be inseparable bedfellows in the contemporary environment, with nearly 80 percent of workers saying they experience stress on the job and 50 percent admitting they …

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Sony Xperia Z5 Premium Smartphone Review: Maybe Size Is Not Enough?

Sony made a big splash in September at Berlin’s 2015 IFA show with the reveal of three new handsets in the Xperia Z family. The Xperia Z5 was the workhorse of the three handsets (and has been reviewed previously here on Forbes), the Z5 Compact continues the Japanese company’s belief that a smaller …

Floating plasma display makes fairies a reality

See that teensy Tinkerbell-shaped light above? That's not CGI -- that's a real floating display, and it's completely touchable too. Mid-air plasma displays aren't that prolific yet, but they're not exactly new either. However, floating lights created using existing techniques can usually burn skin, …

10 influential pulp novels that are criminally good

American pulp fiction first appeared on cheap, wood pulp paper. In the early 20th century, it lived in fiction magazines that cost no more than a …

How to Cold Brew Coffee at Home

Photo: <i>Pond5</i><p>Cold brew? Don’t mind if we do! This sophisticated version of a traditional iced coffee has been popping up in shops around the country — …

How to drink espresso like an Italian

Yes, there's both a right and a wrong way to drink espresso, which is why we tapped a real live Italian — Luca Di Pietro, coffee industry vet and founder of Tarallucci e Vino in New York — to give us the inside scoop on how to drink it like a local.<p>Coffee beans are coffee beans. Despite what the …

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Feds can charge you with obstruction of justice for clearing your browser history

In the early 2000s, former US Congressmen Paul Sarbanes (D-MD) and Michael Oxley (R-OH) crafted a bill that would put pressure on corporations to comply with federal prosecutors during investigations. It was largely a response to 2001's Enron scandal, when the energy company was able to hide …

Why Google's new payments system is missing out on the big money that Apple gets

Big banks give Apple a 0.15% cut of each credit-card transaction and half a cent for each debit card purchase when people use Apple Pay, but Google won't get anything when people use Android Pay, The Wall Street Journal's Alistair Barr and Robin Sidel report.<p>Google's missing out on an opportunity …

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11 health benefits of caffeine, the most commonly used psychoactive drug in the world

Whether you start each day with a latte or rely on a shot of espresso to get over the midafternoon hump, a healthy, moderate caffeine habit can provide many health benefits.<p>This doesn't mean you should go guzzling energy drinks or pounding espresso shots. Using too much caffeine or any other …

How to make a 'flat white' — the Australian coffee drink that has Americans all confused

The flat white, Starbuck's newest menu item, is like a latte but with one fundamental difference. The flat white is the most popular coffee drink in Australia and New Zealand, but will it be a success in America? We visited Toby's Estate to find out.<p><i>Produced by Joe Avella</i><p><b>Follow BI Video</b>: On Facebook

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Pluto’s Moons Dance to a Random Beat

Analysis of Hubble images reveals chaotic rotation of dwarf planet’s satellites.<p>Mischievous Pluto is again hurling mysteries at scientists. New observations based on years of Hubble Space Telescope data suggest that the dwarf planet’s four small known moons—Nix, Hydra, Kerberos and Styx—are …

20 fascinating facts that make you think twice

Luckily, the folks over at Reddit have a collection of true facts about life, and we've combed through them to find our favorites.<p>From a creature that can survive the harsh vacuum of space to the odd state sport of Maryland, you're bound to learn something that makes you think twice.<p><i>Note: A shorter</i> …

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Millennials Are Destroying Banks, And It’s The Banks’ Fault

Millennials are rejecting home ownership across the land. Millennials aren’t buying crap anymore, destroying businesses that, well, sell crap. Millennials are changing the workplace to be, I kid you not, more friendly to “millennial values.” Millennials this, millennials that, and those are just …

When Hubble Stared at Nothing for 100 Hours

In 1995, astronomer Bob Williams wanted to point the Hubble Space Telescope at a patch of sky filled with absolutely nothing remarkable. For 100 hours.<p>It was a terrible idea, his colleagues told him, and a waste of valuable telescope time. People would kill for that amount of time with the sharpest …

These Are the World's Five Most Popular Types of Tea

Tea, part of a $10 billion dollar industry, is the second most popular drink in the world after water. All tea comes from the Camellia sinensis species of plant. And while ingredients like mint, chamomile and rooibos are often grouped under the ‘tea’ section of a menu, the plants bear no relation …

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Vacationing in Iran: To Go or Not to Go?

<i>Photo Credit: Shutterstock/Borna_Mirahmadian</i><p><b>By Nicolle Monico</b><p>Last week, <i>NPR</i> broadcast a story entitled <i>'You Are Invited': Isolated Iran Seeks Foreign Tourists</i>, which juxtaposed the revolution's slogan, "Death to America," with its current international tourism campaign inviting foreigners (even …

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I lived in Europe for 5 years — these are the places I tell all my friends to visit

But it usually makes for an experience that exposes you to something new and leaves an impression for years after.<p>I was lucky enough to live in Zurich, Switzerland, for five years when I was younger. Because of its central location in Europe, Zurich made it easy to explore the rest of the continent.<p>…

European Travel

Homemade Espresso Drinks (Lattes, etc) – No Fancy Machine Needed!

How to make espresso without a machine!<p>Living in Seattle, we love our coffee! There are a many coffee shops around, but I like to be able to make a …

35 Science 'Facts' That Are Totally Wrong

Hollywood, friends, and family have perpetuated these 35 science myths for years. But it's time to set the record straight.<p>Is there fire in space?<p>Does tequila really come with a hallucinogenic worm?<p>Can you overdose on Vitamin C?<p>The answers to these questions will surprise you.<p>For this list, we used …

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