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7 oral sex moves you're going to want your partner to try

Ask them to do these immediately.<p>Oral sex is freakin' awesome... if done right. It's great being able to sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. But while taking a totally hands-off approach can be blissful, it's a very wise idea to know what you like (or want to try out), and ask for it.<p>“Oral sex is …

Scientists make first attempt at editing genes inside the body

Brian Madeux became part of medical history on November 13th after receiving a special kind of IV medication. It contained copies of a corrective gene paired with a genetic tool that can cut his DNA, you see, in an effort to cure a rare genetic disorder called Hunter syndrome. According to the …

3,700-year-old Babylonian tablet rewrites the history of maths - and shows the Greeks did not develop trigonometry

A 3,700-year-old clay tablet has proven that the Babylonians developed trigonometry 1,500 years before the Greeks and were using a sophisticated method of mathematics which could change how we calculate today.<p>The tablet, known as Plimpton 332, was discovered in the early 1900s in Southern Iraq by …

watchOS 4 beta 7 for Apple Watch now available

Apple has released the seventh watchOS 4 developer beta for testing on all Apple Watch models. watchOS 4 brings new watch faces including Siri and Toy Story options, enhanced Music and Workout experiences, Apple News, person to person payments and Apple Pay Cash, and more.<p>watchOS 4 beta is …

The chemical reason gold makes a perfect currency

It doesn't play by the same rules as iron or tin or aluminum, and its value has nothing to do with its utility—or lack thereof. People valued the yellow metal for its beauty and malleability eons before they knew of its usefulness in conducting electricity or its chemical inertness.<p>That gold is so …

University College London

Permanently delete files from any device

Send your trash beyond the point of no return.<p>When you delete a file from your computer, it doesn't simply disappear from existence—at least, not right away. Even if you immediately empty the Recycle Bin or Trash folder, all your deletion does is earmark the space that file takes up on your hard …

Operating Systems

Old Android malware uses new tricks to turn your phone into a spying device

Weeks after discovering a malicious agent programmed to snatch patient data from Israeli hospitals, Dutch cybersecurity firm Trend Micro has come across another nasty attack vector: An Android vulnerability that allows ill-intended individuals to surreptitiously take over control of your …

Spying

The new cryptocurrency gold rush: digital tokens that raise millions in minutes

New York City<p>About a dozen rain-soaked people were crammed between the revolving doors and security barriers in the lobby of New York University’s Stern School of Business as torrents pelted down outside. All desperately wanted in to the hottest ticket in town, one that promised to make some of …

Cryptocurrency

'Genital Jousting' takes its phallic silliness to the beach

If you didn't think Devolver Digital's <i>Genital Jousting's</i> phallic gameplay was ridiculous <i>enough</i>, you're in for a treat. The studio has released a Wet Hot Summer Update (what else would they call it?) for the title that adds season-appropriate modes and outfits to the penile party game, including …

Academics take smart drugs prescribed to help ADHD to keep up with university work

One in five academics are taking smart drugs to help them write difficult grant applications, a leading academic has claimed.<p>Cambridge neuroscientist Dr Hannah Critchlow said that professors were increasingly using medication which was meant for Alzheimer's patients, narcoleptics or children with …

Cybersecurity reads for every hacker's bookshelf | ZDNet

A Bug Hunter's Diary: A Guided Tour Through the Wilds of Software Security<p><b>Author</b>: Tobias Klein<p>It isn't all about black-hat activities -- the …

Bruce Schneier

Emmanuel Macron swerves past Donald Trump to embrace Angela Merkel

Emmanuel Macron swerves to avoid Donald Trump and embrace German chancellor Angela Merkel instead, in a video that has emerged of the apparent snub in Brussels.<p>The newly elected French President tweeted the video of himself walking up the red carpet towards the group of Nato leaders, seemingly …

Donald Trump

How to permanently delete your Instagram account

Fed up of Instagram? Here's how to permanently delete your profile from the image sharing social network.<p>Instagram has changed the way we keep up to date with friends, family, celebrities and the news. But the constant pressure to diarise our lives and follow what others are doing can be …

Celebrity Gossip

How ‘superagers’ stay sharp in their later years

A new study shows how strenuous mental and physical exercise keeps your brain firing on all cylinders<p>When it comes to retirement, experts recommend that everyone do some hard thinking. By this, they mean you should plan your finances responsibly, consider carefully where to live, and decide what …

The Brain

Cocaine's effects: Highs and harms

<b>(CNN) —</b> <b>"When it snows in your nose, you catch cold in your brain." -- poet Allen Ginsberg</b><p>It has many names -- coke, toot, powder, blow -- and is one of the most addictive stimulants around.<p>Its raw form, the coca leaf, has been chewed and ingested for thousands of years. Cocaine as we know it, a …

Drug Addiction

Potentially 'undefeatable' ad blocker looks at content, not code

Facebook may have just lost its war on ad blockers. That is, if a new method developed by Princeton and Stanford researchers is implemented into a widely available blocker. Computer scientist Arvind Narayanan and his colleagues detailed unveiled a tool that detects ads the same way humans would, by …

Digital Advertising

Why You Should Throw Out 90% of Your Possessions

In his new book Goodbye, Things, Fumio Sasaki shares the lessons he learned by going minimalist.<p>When I first meet Fumio Sasaki, who recently wrote a book called <i>Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism</i>, he is taking a picture of a neon sign in the Cosmoplitan.com office that reads, “I WANT IT …

Minimalism

Tesco scraps free click and collect for millions – how to get round it

It saved you time, and possibly money too. Simply order your food online, then pop into your nearest Tesco on the way home to pick up your …

eCommerce

11 insider facts most flight attendants know — and you probably don't

No one has more insider knowledge about flying than flight attendants.<p>But by talking to these veteran globetrotters, as well as scouring Reddit and various articles, we were able to unearth 12 lesser-known facts about flying.<p>Whether you want more attentive service or to avoid getting kicked off …

Flying

SoundMagic’s reputable E10 earbuds are now wireless

SoundMagic’s E10 earbuds have been recognized as a quality budget headphone option for years. And now, they’re going wireless. SoundMagic announced this week that the E10s are now available as neckbuds. They’ll cost you, though. The E10BT is nearly double the price of its wired counterpart at …

Consumer Tech

11 Simple Ways to Improve Your Memory

Whether you want to be a <i>Jeopardy!</i> champion or just need to remember where you parked your car, here are 11 things you can do right now to turn your …

A seemingly innocent website knows who your family members are and where they live

It's well known that a lot of sites around the internet, such as Spokeo, collect and compile that kind of information into databases.<p>But one innocuous-seeming website, FamilyTreeNow.com, found itself at the center of controversy earlier this week when some people realized that you could get …

Genealogy

Nearly 3m UK couples missing out on free tax break

More than 2.9 m couples across the UK are missing out on a free tax break worth up to £220 a year, according to HM Revenue and Customs which has launched a campaign to get more people to apply for its transferrable marriage allowance.<p>Since April 2015, couples in which one person pays no tax because …

Income Tax
England

Britons may have to apply to visit Europe after Brexit

European commission drawing up plans based on US system, which charges applicants a fee<p>British citizens may have to apply online and pay to travel to Europe after the UK leaves the EU, under plans being drawn up by the bloc for a visa waiver programme similar to the US system.<p>The European …

Europe

Someone Made A Supercut Of All Natalie Portman's Sex Scenes

<b>Everyone knows Natalie Portman is one of the best actresses in the business.</b><p>An Academy Award winner, star of big franchises Star Wars and Thor and …

Natalie Portman

The tech helping disabled people dance, run and compete

<b>As choreographer Chris Fonseca teaches me a dance routine, the beat of the music is pumping through me.</b><p>But not through my ears. I'm wearing a SubPac, which is strapped on to my back and allows me to feel the beat of the music as it thumps through my body.<p>Chris is trying to replicate what it would …

Disability

'Hacking nerves can control disease'

<b>Controlling human nerve cells with electricity could treat a range of diseases including arthritis, asthma and diabetes, a new company says.</b><p>Galvani Bioelectronics hopes to bring a new treatment based on the technique before regulators within seven years.<p>GlaxoSmithKline and Verily, formerly Google, …

Medical Research

10 Foods You Should Eat More Of If Your Memory Sucks

Step up your memory game.<p>Granted, most of these aren't exactly quick fixes. But over time, they can boost your brain health and reduce your risk of memory loss.