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'Side-loading' Pokémon Go onto your Android device may bring malware along for the ride

Security firm explains how to identify and remove the infection<p>Cybersecurity analysts say they have discovered a malware-infected version of <i>Pokémon Go</i> for Android devices, which is of particular concern to those in regions where the extremely popular game has not yet launched and users are …

Pokémon Go

Want to Be Happier? Science Says Do These 11 Things Every Single Day

Try them. They work. (If you can't trust science, what can you trust?)<p>Obviously, we all want to be happier. But there's another reason to wish to be more lighthearted and content: Happiness is definitely a result, but happiness is also a driver.<p>While I'm definitely into finding ways to improve …


This 500-Year-Old Book Revolutionized How We See Cities

The very first atlas of cities shows us how little has changed about our collective obsession with cityscapes.<p>Probably more than any other physical phenomenon, cities are a reflection of the incredible complexity of the modern world. And in the mid-1500s, as modern cities began to burgeon …

Rem Koolhaas

Why Can’t You Remember Your Future? Physicist Paul Davies on the Puzzlement of Why We Experience Time as Linear

The curious question of how and whether we can tell the difference between an experience and the memory of an experience.<p><i>“If our heart were large enough to love life in all its detail,”</i> French philosopher Gaston Bachelard wrote in his 1929 meditation on our paradoxical experience of time, <i>“we would</i> …

22 European cities you'd never thought to visit (but really should)

11 Must-Read Books Coming This Month

With the temps dropping and evenings on the couch looking mighty tempting, it’s good to have a pile of book stashed away for cozy nights in. From debut authors to familiar faces, there’s no shortage of engrossing stories to keep you warm during these chilly nights. If you’re looking for great new …

15 Gorgeous Unseen Pictures From India By The Photojournalist Behind “Afghan Girl”

The man behind the famous "Afghan Girl" photo has released a new set of pictures of life in India, spanning three decades.<p>Thirty-seven pictures by American photographer Steve McCurry of everyday life in India are to go on display at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York in November, including many …


The 26 happiest, richest, healthiest, and most crime-free countries in the world

Every year, the Legatum Institute, a London based think-tank releases its annual global Prosperity Index, a huge survey that ranks what it calls the most prosperous countries in the world.<p>The amount of money a country has is one factor of prosperity, but the Legatum Institute considered more than …

European Travel

Winning shots from Siena International Photography Awards 2015

In its first year, the Siena International Photography Awards is already Italy’s biggest photography contest, attracting entries from more than 100 countries. Following the announcement of the winners on 31 October, we showcase a selection of incredible shots now on display in the Tuscan city

French Riviera

15 Of The Most Relaxing Photos We've Ever Seen

These people are truly living their best lives.<p>These images of people at their most relaxed are sure to give you plenty of ideas on how to spend your weekend or next "mental health day." Don't worry though, we won't tell your boss.

What does my name mean? Website showing a surname's history goes viral

What’s in a name?<p>A website has gone viral offering to unlock the history of your surname, tracing its origin and showing you how many people share …


Artist Illustrates Untranslatable Love Words from Around the World

Illustrator Emma Block and jewelry designer Vashi have collaborated to visually display the language of love. There are 6,500 languages in the world, some of which have less than 1,000 people who speak them, and not every expression in one language has an equivalent word in another language. In …


How To Email Like a Professional: Advice From The Former CEO Of Google

He probably knows what he's talking about, so listen up<p>Whether to write ‘Best wishes’ or ‘Kind regards’ may seem like the biggest email dilemma of …

Mad Max

25 Of The Most Beautiful Staircases That Have Ever Existed

What is it about stairs that draws us to photograph them? People have always had a fascination with steps not only because they are functionally necessary to our daily lives, but also for the unintelligible draw they have on our psyche.<p>Songs like "Stairway To Heaven" by Led Zeppelin have been …


This is why you shouldn’t mess with alligators (Video)<p>By: Dougy<p>197 Liked! 22 Disliked 0<p>outdoor<p>That’s one hell of a lightning strike… (Video)<p>By: …

16 luxurious train trips that will make you not want to travel any other way

As Mark Smith, a British travel writer, told the Herald Sun, "A great train ride is that triple combination of the scenery outside the train, the experience inside the train and the people you meet and things that happen on that specific trip which make it memorable."<p>These 16 train journeys will …


How Google handles searches it's never seen before

Most people don’t notice when Google updates its search engine with new algorithms. But in order to help users sift through the billions of sites on the Web (with 822,240 new ones added each day), the company needs to keep improving its capabilities.<p>Bloomberg reports that over the past few months, …

Machine Learning

New York as it once was: revealing images of the city in the 1930s

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Top 10 Best Places To Visit In The World

10 images<p>Lonely Planet have named the 500 most amazing places in the world<p>Aya Sofya Turkey Credit: REX<p>Travellers of the world, listen up!<p>Lonely …

19th Century Postcards Predicted the World in the Year 2000

Like many of us today, people living in the 20th century were curious about what the future would hold. French artist Jean-Marc Ct and his colleagues attempted to predict the world in the year 2000, and they did so through playful illustrations. Known as <i>France in the Year 2000</i>, these futuristic …

Isaac Asimov

Albert Einstein wouldn’t like it: New test proves universe is ‘spooky’

<b>London:</b> The universe really is weird, which is bad news both for Albert Einstein and for would-be hackers hoping to break into quantum encryption …

The 20 toughest job interview questions in the world

Impossible to prepare for; unrelated to the job: jobseekers are facing tougher and weirder questions than ever in job interviews.<p>Employers are …


30 places in Europe you must see in your lifetime

6 mistakes you can make during a job interview

Congratulations! You’ve landed an interview for what will (hopefully) be your first-ever full-time job. Now only one thing stands between you and …

25 Museums You Need to Visit in Your Lifetime

The breathtaking art collections (and striking architecture) are certainly worth the trip.<p>TripAdvisor recently released its list of the world's top 25 museums, a comprehensive ranking includes places from all corners of the world.


The Rules: A Man's Guide to Drinking

It's always 6 o' clock somewhere. Here's how to imbibe in style.<p>Whether you're joking with friends or blowing off steam with colleagues, rules of decorum apply. For example, no self-respecting man consumes his libation with a straw. And when it comes to a man with a mullet, one must avoid said man …

National Geographic Travel

Woman Dressed in 18th Century Fashion Lives in the Modern World for Funny Photo Series

Photographer Thibault Carron imagines what modern life would be like if our fashion was from the 18th century. In his playful series <i>And If Fashion Was…</i>, the Montreal-based creative juxtaposes scenes from contemporary culture with a woman whose outfit and hairstyle recall a time from centuries past. …