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Woman playing Pokemon Go finds dead body

Technically Incorrect: A Wyoming woman says the mobile game prompted her to find a Pokemon in a water resource, so she headed to a nearby river. She found something else.<p><i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>Pokemon Go, the new Nintendo …

Pokémon

HIV cure a step closer after scientists remove virus's DNA from living tissue

Scientists have managed to remove DNA of the HIV virus from living tissue for the first time in a breakthrough that could lead to an outright cure.<p>At …

Want to Get Out of Debt Faster? 4 Things to Ask Your Credit Card Company Right Now

You’re probably already pretty familiar with a lot of the advice out there meant to help you use your credit cards more responsibly: Try and pay your balances off in full every month. Have a plan to pay off your debt in five years or less. Put your cards on ice (literally) if you’re having trouble …

Personal Finance

World's tiniest engines could power microscopic robots

Scientists have created the world's tiniest practical engines, and these light-powered machines could one day power microscopic robots small enough to enter living cells, the researchers say.<p>As technological innovations make devices smaller and smaller, scientists are developing machines that are …

'El Chapo' Guzmán's Sinaloa cartel was melting down its profits to sneak them out of the US

For drug cartels, hiding the profits of their illicit sales is often as hard as getting the goods to the market in the first place.<p>To overcome that challenge, US-based members of imprisoned Mexican kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán's Sinaloa cartel decided to buy gold, have it melted down and sold, …

Dead could be brought 'back to life' in groundbreaking project

A groundbreaking trial to see if it is possible to regenerate the brains of dead people, has won approval from health watchdogs.<p>Indian specialist Dr Himanshu Bansal, working with Biotech companies Revita Life Sciences and Bioquark Inc, has been granted ethical permission to recruit 20 patients who …

Brain Imaging

How Smartphones Are Affecting The Mind And Body Of Your Children

If you’re a parent of young children living in the mobile internet era, it’s hard to resist not handing over a smartphone or a tablet to keep kids …

Mobile Devices

These 'Dragon Ball Z' Lamps Have The Internet Freaking Out

We'll take five of them.<p>Even if you've never heard of Dragon Ball Z, these lamps are <i>very</i> enlightening.<p>For those who don't know about Goku and Gohan, they're Japanese anime characters who valiantly defend our planet from all kinds of space-age villains.<p>And if you're a longtime fan of the show, then …

Anime

This Salt Lake City Day Care Has Become a Magnet for Conspiracy Theories

Is it a drug front? An organ harvesting operation? Or is it just a normal, slightly creepy day care?<p>Visit Salt Lake City in February, in inversion season, and you'll hardly see further than 50 yards. The rocky mountain ranges, the dozens of craft breweries, the looming Salt Laky City Temple are all …

Yelp CEO responds to employee's open letter about low wages

San Francisco needs to lower the cost of housing. That's the CEO of Yelp talking.<p>Jeremy Stoppelman made those comments via Twitter in responding to a former employee's open letter complaining about the company's low wages and the struggle to get by in San Francisco.<p>The letter, written by Talia …

San Francisco

Brains In a Jar Are Real Now

The science of cryogenics has long been viewed as a bit of a joke.<p>Last week a scientific contest came to a close with a new winner: cryonics. The …

Singularity

Sugar May Be as Damaging to The Brain as Extreme Stress or Abuse

Yikes.<p><i>This article was written by Jayanthi Maniam and Margaret Morris from UNSW Australia, and was originally published by The Conversation.</i><p>We all …

How to Deal With a Narcissist: 5 Secrets Backed by Research

You must be tired of them. They’re everywhere. Narcissists. And if you think there are more of them than ever, you’re right. Research shows we are …

The Case of the So-Called Alien Megastructure Just Got Weirder

It’s probably not aliens. Seriously guys, it’s very, <i>very</i> unlikely that it’s aliens. But the weird, flickering star known as KIC 8462852 still isn’t …

BONNER: An economic depression might not be a bad thing

Chevron, Apple, and Goldman Sachs leading the retreat…<p>The press blamed China, North Korea, oil, and "geopolitical concerns."<p>So far this year, the Dow has lost 3% of its value.<p>Let's see… We believe it is headed for a 50% loss. So, at this rate… we'll be there by June!<p>Connecting the Dots<p>Readers …

Avengers: Infinity War characters unite for two-part Marvel story, tease directors

After <i>Captain America: Civil War</i>, directors Joe and Anthony Russo will go on to helm the two-part <i>Avengers: Infinity War</i>, which takes inspiration from …

CES 2016: Are humans ready for the technology of tomorrow?

The future is here, whether we want it or not. But will anyone buy it?<p>On May 1, 1851, Hyde Park in London hosted the first ever Crystal Palace exhibition – a giant shimmering plate-glass structure, designed by Sir Joseph Paxton, housing more than 14,000 exhibitors from around the world in its …

Virtual Reality

Weighted Blanket for Anxiety and Insomnia: How to Make It Work

Messed up sleep can create a long list of secondary issues that can quickly become primary concerns if insomnia or other disturbances continue …

Mental Health

New data on 2 Bay Area faults cause worry about next big quake

The Hayward Fault, which ruptured in a devastating Bay Area earthquake nearly 150 years ago, could be linked to the quieter Rodgers Creek Fault deep beneath San Pablo Bay, and that would pose the threat of a far more powerful quake in the future, a new seismic study has found.<p>Traces of both faults …

Will America’s 100-Year-Old Female Spy Finally Be Recognized for the Hero She Is?

She worked behind enemy lines—and was captured by the Soviets. But the U.S. never properly gave her full credit for her heroism. After seven decades, …

Hung Up

6 Healthy Things You Do Before Bedtime To Make Your Morning Awesome!

Having a more productive morning means having a healthier, less chaotic bedtime. These simple steps will help you to accomplish just that.

Health

The great graying of China: Why the new two-child policy is too little, too late

China is set to make a significant change to its family planning policies in the coming year by shifting to a nationwide two-child policy. The hope is that an increase in births will ameliorate a looming demographic disaster in a nation with too many men, too many old people, and too few …

China

Study finds mechanism that causes normal cells to become cancerous

Researchers studying brain tumors said they have discovered a new biological mechanism that causes normal cells to become cancer cells, a finding that both challenges current treatment strategies and could lead to new approaches against the disease.<p>In a study published online Wednesday in the …

8 industries robots will completely transform by 2025

Just as ATMs changed banking and computers took over the home and workplace, robots and artificial intelligence are going to transform a bunch of industries over the next decade.<p>By 2025, a machine may be putting together your driverless car in a factory with no human oversight. A robot maid could …

How to Watch Star Wars If You’ve Never Seen It Before

I have never seen <i>Star Wars</i>. Yes, it’s true. I have not watched a single one of George Lucas’s immensely popular, fanatically followed science fiction films. Not even five minutes of one of them. My <i>Star Wars</i> knowledge is limited to short clips that exist in the pop culture ether—and what I picked up …

13 Powerful Stories About College Students Living With Depression

"I'm not OK. But I think I will be."<p><i>We asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to share their stories about how they deal with depression in college. Here are their powerful responses:</i><p><b>1. "Having no friends there brought me into an endless cycle of sadness."</b><p>My freshman year of college I was at a …

College & University

100 Podcasts That Will Make You Smarter, Better, and Wiser | Inc.com

Podcasting is a great way to learn and be inspired. It's a new use of technology that hearkens back to the original social medium, storytelling.<p>If you have an interest in entrepreneurship, tech, leadership, business, creativity, or just learning and expanding your mind, here are 100 podcasts that …

Entrepreneurship

Australian newspaper cartoon depicting Indians eating solar panels attacked as racist

A cartoon in the Australian depicting starving Indians chopping up and eating solar panels sent to the developing nation in an attempt to curb carbon emissions has been condemned as <b>“</b>unequivocallyracist”.<p>Drawn by the veteran cartoonist Bill Leak, Monday’s cartoon was his response to the climate deal …

Solar Panels