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A migraine may change your brain

<b>(CNN) —</b> About 37 million Americans suffer from migraines, those incredibly painful and often debilitating headaches. Though they've been known to knock a person out, migraines weren't thought to permanently affect the brain -- until now. A study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology suggests …

The Brain

Artificial intelligence-powered malware is coming, and it's going to be terrifying

It all looks normal — but the entire message was actually written by a piece of smart malware mimicking the client's email mannerisms, with a virus attached to the map.<p>It sounds pretty far out — and it is, for now. But that's the direction that Dave Palmer, director of technology at cybersecurity …

The internet’s alt-right are mistakenly arguing with a bot

Sarah Nyberg’s @arguetron can go for hours<p>For the last month, a Twitter bot named "Liz," with the handle @arguetron, has been quietly engaging with the internet’s seediest subculture.<p>Well-versed in internet bigotry of all stripes, the bot makes simple statements (five or six per hour) designed to …

Funny Google Search Tricks and Secrets(Best Collections-2016)

Unless you’re living a life without technology, <b>Google</b> is used by almost everyone. Last month around 12 billion searches was made through Google by …

How mobile has changed the way we search, based on 10+ years of eye-tracking studies

How has the rise of mobile changed the way people view Google SERPs? Contributor Kristi Kellogg summarizes a session from SMX East in which …

Future of 4chan uncertain as controversial site faces financial woes

The anonymous message board represents the darkest corners of the internet, but users aren’t ready to say goodbye<p>The anonymous message-board site 4chan has come to represent the darkest corners of internet subculture, rife with the misogyny, web taste and the politically incorrect humor of the …

Curiosity Rover Might Just Explore Mars Forever at This Point

Curiosity was originally only going to study Mars for two years, but the brave little rover just kept on keepin’ on, and earlier this month it …

Mars Rover

This Optical Illusion Tells You How Dirty Your Mind Is

We're guessing very.<p>Take a look at this picture of an old bottle. What image do you see in it?<p>If it's a couple getting frisky, then congratulations - the likelihood is that you're a fully-grown adult.<p>If it's nine dolphins frolicking around, then you're either very young, or you need to get out more.<p>…

Scientists working on 'morphing' smart phone screens | Reuters.com

The next great leap for smart phone technology could be screens that shape-shift into tactile and fully operational controls, according to researchers in Britain. Matthew Stock reports.<p>▲ Hide Transcript<p>▶ View Transcript<p>We're spending more time than ever starring down at our smart phones. Apart from …

AP: Across US, police officers abuse confidential databases

DENVER (AP) — Police officers across the country misuse confidential law enforcement databases to get information on romantic partners, business …

Here's everything you need to know about the Tesla-SolarCity deal

Shareholders will ultimately decide whether the deal goes through by means of an upcoming vote. If you are one of those shareholders, we encourage you to vote in whatever way best benefits you.<p>While we won't be giving any personalized financial advice on what we think you should do, we can give you …

Solar Power

‘South Park’ Trolls Its Biggest Targets And Visits The Real South Park With Some Ingenious Advertisements

<i>South Park</i> is as much a part of the American zeitgeist as <i>The Simpsons</i>. In Fact, <i>South Park</i>‘s satire is so well done, the poop and dick jokes tend to resonate with the targets of the satire. Sometimes it’s okay to look in the mirror and laugh when you see yourself as the guy clacking away at his …

South Park

The BBC is testing a holographic television inspired by 'Star Wars'

The British broadcaster has created an experimental holographic television, inspired by the Princess Leia hologram in "Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope."<p>In a blog explaining the innovation, the BBC said it created the holographic TV using "existing technologies and simple techniques."<p>Here's how …

FALSE: NASA Admits It Is in Contact with Alien Species and Just Forgot to Mention It

CLAIM<p>NASA admitted that they were in contact with aliens but failed to officially disclose that information, presuming everyone already knew about …

How big is the universe? Attempting to answer one of astronomy’s most complex questions

The universe is a <i>big</i> place, and it’s hard to fathom the immense size given our finite ideas of distance here on Earth. Because of this, determining …