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Make Yourself Some Chai

A hot cup of spicy chai is a fabulous way to start the day: allow no substitutes. It's also makes a great support to meditation. Getting hopped up on tea before meditating is a traditional practice. Some swear by green tea, which I like, but my favorite by far is Indian chai. Yet chai-making--the …

Chai

'Legends Of Gaming': Jovenshire And More Are In A New Gaming Show, And It Looks Awesome

Gaming<p>Find out what the hottest game news, new game releases.<p>Pokémon Go<p>Sure, the game has quickly eaten society. But it's helping us see the world …

How Transplanted Pig Lungs Could Save Human Patients

Martine Rothblatt, the founder and CEO of the Maryland-based drug company United Therapeutics, entered the orphan drug business to develop pharmaceutical treatments for pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH), a rare but deadly heart disease. Rothblatt spoke with PopMech about the art and science of …

Tech and Science

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Stain-proof shoes and water-proof phones to become a reality

Prone to spilling food or drink on your clothes? A spray on product is about to go on sale in the US that can protect your clothes from all types of liquids.<p>For those of us who are a little messy, a group of entrepreneurs have invented a superhydrophobic coating that can repel water and heavy …

Phil Spencer showcases Xbox One on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'

Late-night talk show host Jimmy Fallon continued his trend of demoing upcoming video games in the latest episode of <i>Late Night with Jimmy Fallon</i>, featuring a showcase of the upcoming Xbox One console as presented by Microsoft's Phil Spencer.<p>The five-minute-long showcase offers an up-close look at …

Thief gameplay video shows off 33-minutes of its next-gen mechanics on PS4

Developer Eidos Montreal has unveiled a 33-minute video presentation of its upcoming next-gen title <i>Thief</i> shown running on PlayStation 4.<p>As presented by producer Stefane Roy, the in-game footage takes place a number of hours into the game and introduces both the city environment mid-revolution and …

Printing artificial bone

Researchers develop method to design synthetic materials and quickly turn the design into reality using computer optimization and 3-D …

Super effect on us from supermoons?

A supermoon’s extra pull of gravity creates higher-than-usual tides. But the moon’s pull doesn’t affect a human body nearly as powerfully as it does …

Astronomy

At last, the edifice of drugs prohibition is starting to crumble

The past two months have been an incredibly busy and productive time for global drug policy reform and scientific research into psychedelic drugs. …

At the E3 Gaming Show, the Xbox One vs. PlayStation 4 Battle Progresses to the Next Level

Sony may have spelled "game over" for Microsoft at this year's E3, or at least that's what some think has happened at the annual super-massive gaming …

Los Angeles

Don't flinch: the new Kinect could be the end of motion gimmicks

The first version of Kinect promised to completely change how we play games. Instead of sitting on our couch with a controller, we'd be running, dancing, throwing, and shouting our way through level after level. The new version of Kinect, the one that will ship with every Xbox One console in …

E3 2013: Microsoft's Phil Harrison defends Xbox One as 'worth the extra'

Microsoft's corporate vice-president talks to Tom Hoggins about the next-generation console's games, online policies and cloud computing.<p>It's the day after the E3 2013 press conferences, and Microsoft's Phil Harrison is looking remarkably relaxed. The upcoming Xbox One console has been caught in a …

You’re Not Wrong, Microsoft, You’re Just An Asshole

“We have a product for people who aren’t able to get some form of connectivity,” explained Xbox chief Don Mattrick. “It’s called Xbox 360.”<p>With those snarky words, Microsoft lost E3. That much was clear as soon as Sony’s press conference started. And it’s not because the Xbox One is a bad system. …

PS4 – we test Sony's latest games at E3

Slick presentations are all very well, but can hide a multitude of sins – there's no substitute for getting your hands on a game in order to gauge …

Multiplayer's popularity is one reason Microsoft thinks always online is OK

Microsoft says most gamers play online anyway<p>The popularity of online games is one of the reasons Microsoft officials think that the Xbox One's connectivity requirement won't be a problem, according to the VP at Microsoft Game Studios, Phil Spencer.<p>In an interview with Spencer, Polygon asked …

Open worlds is the big challenge for next-gen, says Ubi exec

Each console generation has offered up a definitive experiential leap forward, whether that be 3D games, online play or high-definition graphics. For Ubisoft, the focus this time around is very definitely on open worlds.<p>Nicholas Rioux, managing director of Ubisoft's Quebec City studio said that the …

NanoGlass is a poor geek's stripped-down Google Glass

The NanoGlass Indiegogo project plans to put a $25 fiber optic gadget on your glasses that provides smartphone notifications.<p>Now that Google Glass is in the hands of developers, it seems like everybody wants a smartphone connection on their specs. That pesky $1,500 price tag is a little annoying, …

Google Glass