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Listen to 'Rolling Stone Music Now' Podcast: Steve Van Zandt Tells All

Tune in to our weekly podcast<p>The latest episode of <i>Rolling Stone Music Now</i> podcast is now available. Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, …

Unreleased HTC One X9 purportedly shown off in sketchy press image leak

<b>Update:</b> A new leak corroborates the front design of the A9, although the back makes it look a lot like the Huawei Nexus 6P. Image at the bottom of this post.<p>Having recently launched the iPhone-lookalike One A9, HTC looks set to release yet another One-series phone. A leaked press image on Weibo …

India

New Nexus phones, Chromecast 2, and Pixel C tablet: All the new gadgets Google just announced

At the tech megacorporation's fall festival of product announcements, Google focused on new devices and services based around its Android 6 (Marshmallow) operating system.<p>Unless you've been living under a rock -- or just don't care -- you've already seen the leaks for most of what Google announced …

Android News

Bob Dylan and Levon Helm Collaborators Step Into Spotlight on New Duo LP

Married roots-music aces Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams talk playing with legends, new duo debut<p>In the mid-Eighties, Teresa Williams came to New …

How to Get in Shape Using Psychology: 6 New Tricks From Research

Why is there an obesity epidemic? It’s not because we eat the wrong things or we lack exercise.<p>Research shows that, plain and simple, most of us just …

Nutrition

A Critique of Click-tracks in Modern Worship

Could A $150 Robot Teach Braille Across India’s Slums?

To combat illiteracy among india’s visually impaired, two students create the world’s cheapest Braille display.<p>At $4,000 each, Braille displays are much too expensive to be of any use to the nearly 8 million visually impaired people living in India.<p>But thanks to a group of clever computer science …

India