Sean Hurst

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How to Ask a Woman Out | Men's Health

But here’s why: Many men are purposefully vague when asking a woman out to avoid getting shot down, Masini says.<p>While it’s tempting to try to dodge rejection, if the woman doesn’t know you’re into her romantically, you could get stuck in the friend zone, she says.<p>She’ll admire your confidence if …

World Cup travel guide: where to follow England in Brazil

Manaus: England v Italy, 14 June<p><b>State</b> Amazonas<p><b>The stadium</b> The inspiration for the new Arena da Amazônia was the Amazon rainforest, which encircles the city. Its metallic latticed structure was designed to resemble a traditional indigenous basket and it is a masterpiece of modern technology and one …

A look into the mind-bending Google Glass of 2029

How far-fetched is it, really, to go from today's Google Glass to nanobots communicating between your brain and a Google cloud that is indistinguishable from a human?<p>When Google Glass made its first public appearance on April 4, 2012, it signaled the beginning of a new era of computing. Consider …

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Google X is acquiring high altitude wind startup Makani Power

Advertisement<p>2 Comments<p>Google X, Google’s lab where the company hatches big ideas like driverless cars and Google Glasses, is acquiring the high …

Flipboard 2.0 refreshes app's look, now lets everyone run their own magazine (hands-on)

Flipboard announced today that it has 50 million users, and also released a new version of its app that lets every one of them become an editor-in-chief. Flipboard 2.0 is "the most epic release we've ever done," CEO Mike McCue told <i>The Verge</i>, and most of its new features focus on curation: users can …

VPNs: What They Do, How They Work, and Why You're Dumb for Not Using One

For as ubiquitous as connectivity has become and how reliant we've grown on it, the Internet is still a digital jungle where hackers easily steal …