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As U.S. freezes, Russia's still waiting for winter to start

Through Christmas and New Year's there were no flakes at all. That hasn't been great news for Russian landscape photographer Ivan Boiko. "It is indeed very untypical for this time of year and for this geography. It's quite a rare thing, I would say."<p>It hasn't even been that cold. Temperatures have …

30 Behaviors That Will Make You Unstoppable

A lot of people are good at what they do. Some are even elite. A <i>select few</i> are completely unstoppable.<p>Those who are unstoppable are in their own …

Brain activity is too complicated for humans to decipher. Machines can decode it for us.

Why we need artificial intelligence to study our natural intelligence.<p>Over the past several years, Jack Gallant’s neuroscience lab has produced a string of papers that sound absurd.<p>In 2011, the lab showed it was possible to recreate movie clips just from observing the brain activity of people …

Machine Learning

This bendable smartphone comes with a catch

A small Chinese startup says it's about to unveil a smartphone that can bend all the way around your wrist.<p>The device, produced by Moxi Group, will feature a flexible touchscreen that still works when looped and worn like a watch or a bracelet, according to the company. It also functions stretched …

Mobile

NASA And Australia Successfully Test A Hypersonic Rocket

It could revolutionize warfare, air travel, and space travel<p>Humans have only flown for a few centuries. Balloons, the earliest human fliers, were not what anyone would call fast. Airplanes, first flown in 1903, started slow, and even now, the majority of human flight is subsonic, with only the …

Space Travel

Anonymous targets North Carolina over bathroom bill

North Carolina has become the latest target for Anonymous.<p>Several websites for the state have been taken down over the past few days, according to the @OperationLGBT Twitter account.<p>The attacks are acts of protest against North Carolina's so-called bathroom law, which requires people to use …

North Carolina

Even basic phone logs can reveal deeply personal information, researchers find

Stanford study shows how details gleaned from telephone ‘metadata’ by National Security Agency pose a threat to privacy of ordinary citizens<p>The mass collection of telephone records by government surveillance programs poses a clear threat to the personal privacy of ordinary citizens, according to US …

Surveillance