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Zika virus could have Alzheimer's-like effect in adults

Zika can “wreak havoc” on the brains of adults and cause major, lasting damage, according to a new study. The research could overthrow the assumption …

100 movies on Netflix that everyone needs to watch in their lifetime

Netflix has a lot of titles to choose from. Actually, combining its original content, movies, and TV shows, you could go on an endless binge and …

No Man’s Sky: How To Gather Resources Quickly

Now that you understand what resources are available in No Man’s Sky, it’s time to discuss how to collect them so you can make progress. You can …

PC Gaming

For $650 each, this couple let a startup plan their trip to a mystery destination — and loved it

They had a long weekend to themselves, but couldn't agree on a destination.<p>That's when Sean-Michael suggested they look into Pack Up + Go, a startup that plans surprise trips for travelers that he had recently heard about.<p><b>The Yonsons chose to book their trip through Pack Up + Go because it</b> …

Anti-science claims dog Green Party's Jill Stein

<i>Watch CNN's town hall with Green Party nominee Jill Stein and her running mate, Ajamu Baraka, Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET.</i><p><b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein has been waging an uphill battle for name recognition as she pursues her White House bid.<p>But as she emerges in the …

The edge of the universe is closer than scientists previously thought

The visible universe just shrunk by 320 million light-years in all directions, updating a famous calculation that physicists first made 13 years ago.<p>If you're trying to calculate the size of the cosmos, the speed of light — the fastest anything can go — is a tempting place to begin and end. You'd …

How to make money in No Man’s Sky

One of the first things we wanted to do in No Man’s Sky was find a new ship—because to hell with that starting inventory size. Saving up three or …

17 tips and tricks to get you started in No Man's Sky

No Man's Sky, the open space exploration game which launched last week, is one of the most intriguing and vast games ever created. In this procedurally generated universe, there are over 18 quintillion planets to explore with unique lifeforms and flora on each. The goal is to survive and make it to …

100 movies on Netflix that everyone needs to watch in their lifetime

But narrowing it down to just movies, you can put a good dent in some classics, if you have the right guide.<p>Well, that's why we're here.<p>We have searched through all of the titles on the streaming giant so you don't have to, and we put together the 100 movies on Netflix you have to watch in your …

Paramount Pictures

Storage Ideas with Wood Pallets

I was wondering a bit to see the title in the beginning but then I just realized that this storage thing is certainly one of the biggest issues we …

'The blob': how marine heatwaves are causing unprecedented climate chaos

Wide-scale disruption from warming oceans is increasing, but they could change our understanding of the climate<p>First seabirds started falling out of the sky, washing up on beaches from California to Canada.<p>Then emaciated and dehydrated sea lion pups began showing up, stranded and on the brink of …

Climate Change

Dissected: Patchwork

Saving a race in the span of a commercial break.<p>You've seen pothole repairs on public roads—a guy heaps asphalt off a truck and mashes it down with a shovel. Racetracks have found a better way. Fast-Track 500, a polyester resin originally developed for patching refrigerated warehouses, cures within …

Roads

For millennial voters, the Clinton vs. Trump choice ‘feels like a joke’

<i>This article was reported by Philip Rucker in Fort Collins, Colo.; Robert Costa in Madison, Wis.; Abby Phillip in Austin and Fort Worth; John Wagner in Washington; Dan Balz in Palo Alto, Calif., and Seaside, Calif.; and Isaac Stanley-Becker in Goldsboro, N.C., and Norfolk, Va.</i><p>FORT COLLINS, Colo. — …

You Need to See This Weekend's Best Amazon Deals

As a recurring feature, our team combs the Web and shares some amazing Amazon deals we’ve turned up. Here’s what caught our eye today, August</i> …

Captain Sonar is the 8-player party game that blew up at Gen Con

Crowds mobbed the game’s debut in Indianapolis<p>Tensions were at their highest when the enemy sub had us cornered along the edge of the map. I wiped the sweat from my brow and stared at the engineer’s console in front of me, desperate for a way to maneuver out of this mess. The captain wanted to head …

Board Games

There's a mysterious object doing a crazy loop around our solar system, but scientists have no idea what it is

Astronomers have nicknamed it "Niku," which means "rebellious" in Chinese, because of the object's reckless behavior.<p>An international team of scientists discovered the object using the Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System (Pan-STARRS) in Maui, Hawaii. The study announcing their …

Tech Analysis: No Man's Sky

Five years in the making by indie developer Hello Games, No Man's Sky is a game of incredible scale from a relatively small team. Built on an …

Game Development

This Daily Habit Gives You Better Brain Function and a Longer Life

It costs little or nothing, and you can do it anywhere.<p>What if there was one simple thing you could do every day that would give you better brain function and a longer life? What if that thing cost little or nothing, and you could do it anywhere, including in bed, on an airplane, or in the bathtub? …

Books

Hellish Venus Might Have Been Habitable for Billions of Years

Venus is—without a doubt—Earth’s toxic sibling. Although both worlds are similar in size and density, our planetary neighbor has temperatures so high …

Astronomy

Neurodevelopmental model of Williams syndrome offers insight into human social brain

In a study spanning molecular genetics, stem cells and the sciences of both brain and behavior, researchers at University of California San Diego, …

DNA Shows Infamous ‘Piltdown Man’ Hoax Was Two Parts Human, One Part Ape

Just half a century after Darwin’s controversial claim that humans and apes were linked, proof appeared in Piltdown, England: A paleontologist named …

George Harrison

A final blow to myth of how people arrived in the Americas

Is there any way the first Americans migrated south along the Pacific coast through an ice-free corridor? No, say scientists.<p>For decades, …

The bandwidth bottleneck that is throttling the Internet

Researchers are scrambling to repair and expand data pipes worldwide — and to keep the information revolution from grinding to a halt.<p>On 19 June, …

The world is quickly depleting its gold reserves

The yellow metal's rarity, of course, is one of the main reasons why it's so highly valued across the globe and, for most of recorded history, recognized and used as currency. Unlike fiat money, of which we can always print more, there's only so much recoverable gold in the world. And despite the …

Food-poisoning expert reveals 6 things he refuses to eat

The attorney, who's litigating suits against Chipotle after the chain's E. coli and norovirus outbreaks, was cited in an article by Health Insider from BottomLine outlining what foods he's cut from his diet.<p>Having won more than $600 million for clients in foodborne-illness cases, Marler says that …

Science says you should choose hot drinks to cool down in warm weather

As a child suffering through the rare warm days in Britain, my grandmother used to tell me, “Have a cup of black tea—it will help cool you down.” As a seven-year-old, this seemed like a crazy idea, especially when all I wanted was a cold lemonade and another ice cream. But it appears that this old …

Stephen Hawking

Your Daily Herbal Advisor

50 GOP national security experts oppose Trump

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Fifty prominent Republican foreign policy and national security experts -- many veterans of George W. Bush's administration -- have signed a letter denouncing Donald Trump's presidential candidacy and pledging not to vote for him.<p>The letter, first reported by The New York Times …

Donald Trump

Windows 10 could be limiting your internet speed, here's how to change it | On MSFT

Microsoft began shipping a feature that improved the performance of programs that sent TCP data via a network. This feature first arrived in Windows …

Windows 10