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17 Years Ago, Jeff Bezos Shared the Interview Secrets That Built Amazon. Here's What He Said

Amazon's founder described his quirky interview question, and why he asked applicants for their SAT scores.<p>Want to know what Jeff Bezos thinks? He doesn't give many unscripted interviews these days. Heck, he made news recently just by answering some open-ended questions onstage from his younger …

Jeff Bezos

A 2nd 'Big Bang' could end our universe in an instant — and it's all because of a tiny particle that controls the laws of physics

Our universe may end the same way it was created: with a big, sudden bang.<p>That's according to new research from a group of Harvard physicists, who found that the destabilization of the Higgs boson — a tiny quantum particle that gives other particles mass — could lead to an explosion of energy that …

Physics

PS4 Pro Update Will Make Big Graphical Improvements For 1080p / Non-4K Users, Here's How

Along with Sony's upcoming version 5.5 firmware update for the PlayStation 4, PS4 Pro owners that aren't on 4K televisions will be getting a significant graphical enhancement: supersample anti-aliasing (SSAA). PS4 Pro consoles will soon be able to leverage its extra power for non-4K displays and …

PS4 Pro

This ‘zombie star’ refuses to die

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Death definitely becomes this star.<p>Astronomers reported Wednesday on a massive, distant star that exploded in 2014 — and also, …

Scientist explains why life after death ‘is impossible’

<b>A scientist claims there is no life after death because the laws of physics make it impossible.</b><p>After extensive studies, physicist Sean Carroll says …

Solve These Tough Data Problems and Watch Job Offers Roll In

Late in 2015, Gilberto Titericz, an electrical engineer at Brazil’s state oil company Petrobras, told his boss he planned to resign, after seven …