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A neuroscientist explains how 'Pokémon Go' is messing with your brain

You know, those little neuron groups that make you experience pleasure and positive reinforcement? They're the reason drugs are so addictive and junk food makes us feel so good.<p>They're also the reason some Pokémon Go players have quit their jobs, broken into homes, and fallen off cliffs while …

The Brain

A hacker is selling a database of all US voters for $7,800 on the dark web

A listing for the database recently appeared on a dark web marketplace called The Real Deal, a popular site many cyber criminals use for buying and selling everything from illegal drugs to zero-day software exploits. The seller, "DataDirect," is offering the records at a "bulk rate" of 12 Bitcoin, …

Voting

LG cooks up more flexible & less hazy 18-inch OLED panels

LG Display has outdone itself, with more flexible displays than it’s ever made before.<p>The company announced today a flexible 18-inch panel made of organic light-emitting diodes, or OLEDs, as well as a new transparent OLED panel in the same size thats beats previous models on light transmittance and …

Sprint Asks If Two Useless Things Can Become One Useful One With The LivePro Projector Hotspot

Sprint is taking two devices with questionable utility and mashing them together to create a hybrid pocket projector/mobile hotspot that might actually succeed at making an actual Voltron out of pieces from the spare-parts bin. The Sprint LivePro is a small device (4.7-inches by 4.7-inches, with a …

This Is What The iPhone 6 Could Look Like

We have seen numerous leaked parts for the iPhone 6, plus a range of photos of mockups of the handset based on leaked schematics.<p>Now two designers, …

Mobile Technology

NASA's futuristic spacesuits made for Mars walkers

NASA is thinking hard about what the first boots to set foot on Mars will look like.<p>Getting astronauts to the Red Planet is the chief long-term goal of the agency's human spaceflight program, so NASA is developing many technologies to help make that happen. For instance, there's the Space Launch …

We could travel to new worlds in NASA's starship Enterprise

NASA announced in 2012 that it was working to build a "warp drive" that could enable "faster-than-light" travel. Two years later and the space agency hasn't built a spaceship capable of such speeds yet — but thanks to artist Mark Rademaker, we now know what one could look like. The result is the …

Scientists Believe Mystery Behind Balls of Ants May Inspire Robotic Designs

Scientists have long known that colonies of fire ants will join themselves into a collective ball during floods to better their chances of survival, …

Harvard