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iPhone 8 could be delayed because of this cool feature

A shiny new iPhone is expected on the device’s 10th anniversary—but a new report hints there could be delays.<p>One of the features expected in the …

NFL, College Sports, NBA and Recruiting

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College Football

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 …

Ad Blocking

'Diablo 3's newest update is super creepy, gory, and everything else 'Diablo' is meant to be

<i>Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls</i>' just debuted a new Necromancer class and two brand new zones, and they are everything that <i>Diablo 3</i> should always have been.<p>…

Point Break, Incredible Hulk Directors Eyed for Furious 8 Even as Vin Diesel Comments on Directing It Himself

Tyrese also chimes in.<p>We learned last week that Universal's hunt for a director to helm 20035149" target="_blank" >The Fast and The Furious 8 was …

Movies

Adobe is using AI to make your selfies look like actual photography

Making complex photo editing selfie-friendly<p>Smartphone cameras aren’t very good at taking flattering selfies. The wide angle lenses introduce unpleasant distortion, and the small camera sensors can’t produce those blurry backgrounds we see in higher-end portraits. Of course, that doesn’t stop …

It’s official: Saturn’s moon has just about everything you need to make life

Deep-sea vents could infuse Enceladus' ocean with microbe food<p>The results are back from the Cassini spacecraft's closest encounter with Enceladus, and they're good news for folks who hope to find aliens on Saturn's icy moon.<p>Cassini discovered geysers shooting out of Enceladus' south pole back in …

This instagrammer’s epic shots of Yosemite National Park will make you want to travel right now

Yosemite has to be one of the most beautiful national parks in the world. Standing next to El Capitan is enough to dwarf your aspirations and …

The Great Hokusai - Why do We Still Obsess over that Japanese Wave Painting ?

April 15, 2017<p>Smirna Kulenović is an Art History and Philosophy graduate, developing video and sound art projects, in love with improvisational …

Art

When Parasites Attack, Flies Diversify Their Babies’ Genes

Imagine an animal that reproduced by budding off genetically identical clones. This asexual creature doesn’t have to bother with finding or attracting mates: it is a self-contained factory for making more of itself. This sounds like a recipe for success, but asexual animals are far from successful. …

Taking Students to the Triassic: An Interview With Paleontologist Robert Gay

<i>Thanks for taking the time to chat with me, Rob. Can you fill readers in on where you do your research and what area of paleontology you focus on?</i><p><b>Robert Gay:</b> I’m based out of Mission Heights Preparatory High School, a public charter high school located in rural southern Arizona. We are a Title One …

Caffeine Makes For Busy Bees, Not Productive Ones

Science & InnovationNot Exactly Rocket Science<p>A caffeinated bee is a busier bee. It’ll work harder to find food, and to communicate the location of said food to other bees. It will, however, misjudge the quality of the food it finds, and so make its colony less productive. The irony of writing …

Insects

Oxygen Discovery Could Complicate Search for Alien Life

The strange, duck-shaped comet that ESA’s Rosetta spacecraft has been orbiting for more than a year just got a bit stranger: Like plants on Earth, the comet is blowing molecular oxygen, O2, into the space around it. Molecular oxygen is thought to be rare in the cosmos – or at least exceptionally …

Canada’s First (and Female) Science Minister is a Badass

If you stay a reporter long enough, stories that you covered once tend to come back to you again. In bad ways, and good: A cleaned-up chemical plant leaks a different toxin. A scientist goes back to old results, and finds something new. A city block that was infamous for murders erupts in fresh …

The Innovation That Doomed The Very Fish It Helped

Science & InnovationNot Exactly Rocket Science<p>A few hundred thousand years ago, a group of fish in an African lake evolved something new—a set of strong chewing jaws in their throats. They became better at eating a wide variety of tough foods. They thrived. They diversified into endless forms most …

University of California

When Lions Abound, Hyenas Pick a New Menu

For as long as there have been lions and spotted hyenas, the carnivores have competed with each other. The gore-flecked conflicts over carcasses on the African grassland are just the latest skirmishes in a carnivoran competition that has been going on since the Pleistocene.<p>I root for the hyenas. …

Wildlife

The Startling Evolution of a Love Song

Crickets are known for their loud chirping songs, which males use to attract females, and which hecklers use to point out failed jokes. Typically, these songs are low-pitched enough for us to hear, but one group of crickets—the lebinthines—produce high-pitched melodies that lie beyond the range of …

The Fantastically Strange Origin of Most Coal on Earth

Science & InnovationCuriously Krulwich<p>This is a story about trees—very, very strange looking trees—and some microbes that failed to show up on time. Their non-appearance happened more than 300 million years ago, and what they didn’t do, or rather what happened because they weren’t there, shapes …

Nature

An Epidemic 14 Years Ago Shows How Zika Could Unfold in the US

If the Zika virus comes to the United States, we could face the threat of the same sort of virgin soil epidemic—an infection arriving in a population that has never been exposed to it before—that has caused more than 1 million known infections, and probably several million asymptomatic ones, in …

Flies Could Falsely Place Someone at a Crime Scene

This might be the grossest science experiment I’ve ever written about—which is really saying something on a blog called Gory Details—but it’s also one of the most fascinating. It has to do with the taste a certain type of fly has for human bodily fluids.<p>Blowflies, in case you’re not familiar with …

Weird Worms Swim in Huge Green Circles

Science & InnovationNot Exactly Rocket Science<p>If you find yourself walking along the beaches of the English Channel, you might come across a mat of green goo, as if someone had tipped a jar of mint sauce onto the beach. But if you get down on your hands and knees, and stare at the goo with a …

Biology

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UNWTO: More international tourists than ever in 2015 | CNN Travel

11 hiking trails you've never heard of but should definitely try

<i>I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in. — John Muir</i><p>When we first set out on our journey years ago, treks — especially of the long, multi-day variety — weren't a priority on our activity list. Sure we enjoyed hikes and …

10 cities where you can afford to stay in a 5-star hotel

KAYAK recently released its 2016 Travel Hacker Guide, which analyzed more than one billion searches in the website's database to provide travelers with practical advice for the year.<p>As part of the study, KAYAK found the top 10 cities that boast the lowest rates on 5-star hotels.<p>The study also took …

13 of the best best science books of 2015

To help sort through 2015's books, the <i>Science News</i> staff offers its must-read picks, many of which have been previously reviewed in the magazine.<p>Read those reviews at the links below or in our Editor's Pick: Favorite books of 2015.

Books

New Class of Antibiotic Could Fight Resistance For 30 Years

A new class of antibiotic has been discovered thanks to a new technique that could yield more of the same - an incredible boon in our fight against …

Biology

10 best new restaurants of 2016 | CNN Travel

(CNN) — Restaurant fans around the world have plenty to make their mouth water this year, with new dining destinations emerging at an astonishing rate.<p>Menus have never been so diverse, or indeed bizarre -- ants and kangaroo tails are on the menu at Noma's pop-up in Sydney, while guinea pig has …