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Fourth Amendment in the digital age: Supreme Court to decide if police can search cellphones without a warrant

The outcome of these two cases depends on a digital-age interpretation of an 18th century phrase<p>Today the Supreme Court is hearing two cases on law enforcement's ability to search a person's cellphone without a warrant. It is an important decision in a time where a hand-size device can contain …

50 Influential Photographs That Changed Human History

1 of 51<p>Family members pass Kosovar refugee Agim Shala, 2, through a barbed wire fence into the hands of grandparents at an Albania camp, March 1999.<p>2 …

Kent State

Emma Stone's Amazing "Spider-Man" Style

As Emma Stone and boyfriend/co-star Andrew Garfield travel the globe for the <i>Amazing Spider-Man 2</i> press tour, we're chronicling the best looks from the stylish duo. Click through to see every photo-worthy moment so far.

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85mm Prime Lens: It's Not Just For Portraits

The 85mm Prime lens is well known for capturing beautiful portraits. It's relatively light weight, fast speed and wide aperture also makes it a …

Armed to the milk teeth: America's gun-toting kids

Available in bright blues and hot pinks, rifles for kids sell in their thousands in America. They look like toys – but they’re lethal. An-Sofie Kesteleyn travelled to photograph this juvenile army<p>In May last year, a two-year-old girl was shot dead by her five-year-old brother with a small rifle …

Is monogamy past its sell-by date?

For centuries, we've been hooked on the happy-ever-after ideal. But marriages do unravel. Isn't it time for an alternative? Karen Krizanovich investigates ‘multigamy’<p>Everyone loves to talk about monogamy. There’s George Bernard Shaw (he was against it), Sienna Miller (against), Milan Kundera …

The truth about Israel's secret nuclear arsenal

Israel has been stealing nuclear secrets and covertly making bombs since the 1950s. And western governments, including Britain and the US, turn a blind eye. But how can we expect Iran to curb its nuclear ambitions if the Israelis won't come clean?<p>Deep beneath desert sands, an embattled Middle …

Sweden: Used car advert helps unemployed man land his dream job

<b>An off-the-wall advert designed to sell an old car helped an unemployed Swede land his dream job, it's reported.</b><p>Nils Jangen, 28, was forced to sell his 1985 Subaru online - but did so with such panache that a high profile motoring magazine offered him a job, according to The Local news …

Bill Gates Says The World Is Getting Vastly Better, While Crushing Myths About Foreign Aid

In the Gates Foundation’s annual letter, Bill and Melinda show what their money (and foreign aid in general) has done for the developing world.<p>For the past five years, Bill and Melinda Gates have released a letter in January outlining the work the foundation has done in the last year. This year, …

How Curiosity Cultivates Creativity

A lesson from the life of Leonardo da Vinci about how observing the world around you can lead to creative breakthroughs.<p>If an idea is the seed of strategy, experience is the seed of an idea.<p>But can there be qualitative differences in experience? Yes, research has shown that the reason time seems to …

Belarus: Parrot in local election bid

<b>An activist in Belarus registered his parrot as a candidate in a local council election, it appears.</b><p>Kanstantsin Zhukouski presented a photoshopped identity document for his pet, Yasha, to the Mazur electoral commission, the Belapan news agency reports. The commission accepted the document, and …

4 Benefits of Writing By Hand for National Handwriting Day

<b>By Chris Gayomali</b><p>Today is National Handwriting Day! Although we don't write like we used to, here are four ways handwriting is still helpful.<p>1. It's …

Is Conservative Christianity Bad for Marriage?

We’ve long known that, in general, the parts of the country most obsessed by family values are also the most beset by family breakdown. Crimson-red …

Insights & Ideas | Charles Schwab

At Charles Schwab, we encourage everyone to take ownership of their financial life by asking questions and demanding transparency.<p>Our <b>Insights & Ideas</b> bring you information that fosters that ownership, because we believe that the best outcomes in life come from being fully engaged.

What the Internet Looked Like in 1995

In this episode of <i>Computer Chronicles</i>, the team goes in-depth on "The Internet," a trendy topic in 1995. It starts with host Stewart Cheifet in a …

How Did the Duck Hunt Gun Work?

For many children of the '80s, a good portion of your childhood probably revolved around sitting too close to the TV, clutching a plastic safety …

Rural carriers start connecting customers to doctors via mobile video chat

Advertisement<p>2 Comments<p>Credit: Shutterstock / Poprotskiy Alexey<p>If you’re a Cellular One customer in Louisiana or Texas and need to talk to a doctor, …

Parents who dress their daughters in pink are holding back the economy, says minister

Parents who dress their daughters in pink and force them to play with dolls are holding back the economy, a Government minister has said.<p>Jenny Willott, the Consumer Affairs minister, said that women were being forced into professions that paid less well because of gender stereotyping when they were …

'The grim truth behind the Scandinavian miracle' – the nations respond

Michael Booth<p>In trying to make myself heard above the clamour of pro-Nordic propaganda in the British (indeed, global) media, and shake a few people out of their decade-long Scandi-trances, I hereby plead guilty to a selective, provocative slant on the region. Everything in my recent piece Dark …

It doesn’t take much for tweeters to fly the nest

The online community is quick to take fright when a social media networking site loses its cachet<p>A <b>Facebook</b>notification popped into my inbox yesterday and, because it didn’t contain the sort of straight-from-a-Boden-catalogue family snap of happy laughing adults and annoyingly well-behaved children …

Does your private data really need to be that private?

Advertisement<p>6 Comments<p>When it comes to medical or genomics data, the public good outweighs the benefits of keeping information private, said two …

Impoverished Haiti manufacturing its own Android tablet | Reuters

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Better known for producing third-world poverty and political mayhem - as well as a world-class rum - the Western Hemisphere’s least developed country has made a surprising entry into the high-tech world with its own Android tablet.<p>A worker assembles Android-based tablets …

Fan videos make labels more money than official music videos

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Flap happy: How you too can become a mobile games mogul

<b>Flappy Bird, the mobile-phone game that was making as much as $50,000 (£30,000) a day for its developer before he pulled it from online stores, took one man just two or three days to write.</b><p>Special Report: The Technology of BusinessTaj Mahal comes to your living roomSochi 2014: Hi-tech Winter …

Believe it or not, a social media lie detector is being developed

But once the algorithm is perfected for sorting fact from fiction, will academics turn their hand to weeding out all the other rubbish?<p>"Falsehood flies," wrote Jonathan Swift 300 years ago, "and truth comes limping after it, so that when men come to be undeceived, it is too late; the jest is over, …

Nikon Unveils Capture NX-D: A New RAW Image Processor for Nikon Shooters

In a rather interesting development that was somewhat overshadowed by the announcement of the Nikon D4s, Nikon has unveiled a new piece of photo …