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Essential Small-Space Living Tips

Living in a large home has a lot of advantages.<p>For aesthetically beautiful minimalist, modern, and sleek design, less really can be more.<p>In Canada's Yukon Territory, a college instructor builds a lightweight, efficient 97-square-foot mobile dwelling.<p>It’s All About Custom From an NYC Perspective …

Small Spaces

Top 10 Scottish castle stays

You may have to camp or self-cater, but all of these Scottish castles offer a chance to stay in splendid surrounds at (relatively) affordable prices<p>Blair Castle, Perthshire (woodland lodges)<p>Blair Castle in bucolic Perthshire, the seat of the Dukes of Atholl since medieval times, wouldn’t look out …

9 Snapchat Tips and Tricks You May Not Know About

Snapchat's latest update brings a number of impressive improvements to the popular photo-sharing app we all know and love.<p>From convenient shortcuts …

Africa's Multi-Level Floating Hotel with an Underwater Room

The Manta Resort is a beautiful, multi-room hotel that sits on the Indian Ocean island of Pemba. The spectacular getaway offers not only a place to rest your head for the night, but also some truly breathtaking views from its unique, underwater room. The floating structure, made of local hardwood, …

Scuba Diving

A Patient Is Being Tested for Ebola at a California Hospital

An unnamed patient has been admitted to a hospital in Sacramento over possible exposure to the Ebola virus, the San Francisco <i>Chronicle</i> reports.<p>“We …

Associated Press News

How Small Steps Add Up to Big Goals: Achieve Your Dreams with "Little and Often" | Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement

Do you find yourself setting the same goals year after year?<p>Perhaps you’ve been trying to lose 50lbs for the best part of a decade now, or you’ve …

5 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism in the Morning

<b>Exercise</b><br>That early workout doesn't just put a pep in your step: Exercising in the morning also helps boost your metabolism, more so than exercising at other times, according to previous studies. So lace up your sneaks and greet the sun to torch extra calories.<p><b>Add Intensity</b><br>A recent study found that …

Sniffing out cancer with electronic noses

<b>We may soon be able to obtain easy and early diagnoses of diseases by smell. This week researchers found one odour-sniffing machine was as good as a mammogram at detecting breast cancer - and many other devices capable of spotting other diseases may be on the way.</b><p>"I may sound crazy but I'm not," …

Cancer

When intensive care is just too intense

The treatment patients receive in intensive care usually works but many are left with deep psychological scars<p>I still remember the first patient I saw in intensive care. A naked man, covered by a white sheet, was plugged into banks of machines through cables that radiated from his body. His face …

Nintendo Might Make Games For Smartphones After All

Off the back of extremely disappointing Wii U sales, declining profits and cratering share price, Nintendo's president has admitted Mario's future …

How a 3D printer gave a teenage bomb victim a new arm – and a reason to live

When Mick Ebeling read about a boy in South Sudan who had lost his arms, he set off with a 3D printer to make him a prosthetic limb. Now the project is bringing hope to the country's other 50,000-plus amputees<p>In warring South Sudan, you must trade your limbs for your life. At least, this was the …

47% Of All Jobs Will Be Automated By 2034, And 'No Government Is Prepared' Says Economist

Almost half of all jobs could be automated by computers within two decades and "no government is prepared" for the tsunami of social change that will …

House-Sized 3D Printer Can Duplicate Buildings (If It Is Ever Built)

Everyone knows there's a housing crisis, and virtually every politician in the land wants to build houses - fast. So if only we had some kind of …

If Nintendo makes mobile games, what can it learn from Sony and Microsoft?

'It's not as simple as enabling Mario to move on a smartphone," says president Satoru Iwata. So what have rivals done?<p>Start with the obvious: Nintendo already makes mobile games. Nobody keeps their 3DS tethered to a television, after all. But it doesn't make <i>mobile</i> games for smartphones and …

Trickle-down economics is the greatest broken promise of our lifetime

The richest 85 people in the world have as much wealth as the poorest 3.5 billion – or half the world's entire population – put together. This is the stark headline of a report from Oxfam ahead of the World Economic Forum at Davos. Is there a reason why the world's powerful, gathering at the …