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Saudi Woman Abducted at the Airport

Dina Ali Lasloom was looking for freedom. Instead she was detained thousands of miles from home, beaten, wrapped up like a mummy, and sent back to …

Airports

New Evidence Shows We Might Have Gotten Cosmic Evolution Entirely Wrong

Galaxy Formation<p>Galaxies started out low-mass and tiny, busy forming stars. At least, that’s what we thought until astronomers spotted an inactive …

James Webb Space Telescope

How To Install a Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and Auro-3D Speaker Setup

Back in 2015, I profiled relative newcomer Beale Street Audio’s architectural in-ceiling subwoofers with their Sonic Vortex technology. Beale …

Apple iOS 10.2 Release Imminent After Beta 5 Rolls Out To Devs, Public Beta Testers

Apple is constantly working to improve and update its mobile operating system for its iPhones and iPads. The Cupertino giant is currently working on …

Hints of an exotic new particle has physicists geeking out about a mysterious fifth force in the universe

When the Higgs boson was discovered in 2012, the excitement in the physics world was palpable. The news featured on the front pages of newspapers, and it made the British theoretical physicist Peter Higgs an instant celebrity. Higgs had predicted that a boson, a fundamental particle of the …

Physics

The Tables Have Turned. This Time We're Invading Mars. Seriously.

National Geographic's upcoming series <i>Mars</i> may only show a fake landing on the Red Planet, but make no mistake, say its creators: A real-life landing is coming soon.<p>"There will be a Mars mission by 2033," says Everardo Gout, director of the part-documentary/part-scripted series that premieres in …

Space Science

How to undo sent mail and other Gmail hacks to make your life easier

There are few things as irritating as opening your email to find your inbox cluttered every morning when you reach your workplace.You scroll up and …

Productivity

Cosmic 'signal' found in data collected in 1920s

A 50-year-old puzzle about the movement of our Solar System, and maybe the origin of life, may have been solved thanks to data collected in the 1920s.<p>…

Physics