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10 Things Every Woman Should Remove From Her Makeup Bag

Do you really know what's lurking inside there? 😷<p>The contents of a woman's makeup bag say a lot about her priorities when it comes to cosmetics. But one thing that <i>every</i> woman should prioritize is keeping her beauty case tidy.<p>Shattered bronzer palettes, dried-up mascara and filthy sponges won't do …

Sony Shows Off a New Ultra-Sensitive CMOS Sensor Called ‘STARVIS’

Sony just launched a new image sensor called the STARVIS that excels in capturing images in low-light environments. Designed for industrial …

Cameras

Portraits of Cats Shaking Themselves Clean

Want to know how to capture a wacky portrait of your cat? Shoot a photo while they’re shaking themselves clean (or dry). That’s what photographer …

How to Squeeze More Life From Your Aging Laptop

Cheap cures for common ailments<p>Looking to squeeze another year out of your aging portable? The common ailments below can be cured for $150 or less. …

Judge dismisses Wikimedia lawsuit over NSA surveillance - report | Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by Wikimedia and other groups challenging one of the U.S. National Security Agency’s mass surveillance programs, the Baltimore Sun reported.<p>A National Security Agency (NSA) data gathering facility is seen in Bluffdale, about 25 miles …

US spy chief's 'highly unusual' reported contact with military official raises concerns

Barack Obama’s intelligence chief is said to be in frequent and unusual contact with a military intelligence officer at the center of a growing scandal over rosy portrayals of the war against the Islamic State, the Guardian has learned.<p>James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, is said …

National Security

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Astronomers catch a galaxy being born, fed by a strand of cosmic web

It's not every day scientists get to watch a galaxy being born. But thanks in part to the bright light of a quasar, astronomers say they've identified a swirling disk of gas that's a galaxy in the making — as well as the strand of the universe's cosmic web that's been feeding it.<p>The protogalactic …