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How to wear flannel without looking like a lumberjack

The Autumnal Equinox is fast-approaching (Sept. 23), and with it comes a parade of flannel.<p>Thanks to its comfort, ease, and warmth, the brushed cotton fabric will be as popular as ever this fall/winter — and not just among Brooklyn hipsters and lumberjacks.<p>In case you haven't jumped on the flannel …

Men's Fashion

Victorious All Blacks vow to raise the bar even higher at Japan 2019 by winning their third consecutive title

Japan 2019 is already on the mind of the first ever side to successfully defend their title, although Steve Hansen is unlikely to be at the helm<p>After celebrations at their Pennyhill Park hotel base that lasted until dawn, the All Blacks had already set their minds yesterday on a defending the Rugby …

Companion: the app that walks you home at night

Dreading the long, late-night walk home alone before you’ve even set off on a night out? There’s an app for that. Companion is the brainchild of five Michigan students concerned about safety on campus. It allows friends to monitor your return journey via GPS, whilst also providing a means of …

Apps

14 ghostly photos of famous Egyptian landmarks with no tourists

Tourists have traveled to Egypt's ancient pyramids and historic monuments for centuries.<p>But tourism has dropped rapidly in recent years, as violent conflicts following the 2011 revolution have been particularly successful in scaring off travelers.<p>According to a recent Reuters article, 9.9 million …

Cairo

Is it ethical to colonize Mars?

<b>(CNN) —</b> With the recent NASA announcement of liquid water flowing on Mars and the movie "The Martian" making a splash at the box office, we might well ask whether humans should go to Mars.<p>There is almost no chance that Mars has intelligent life and for decades we earthlings have dreamed of living …

After cancer, survivors do not choose healthy foods: What's going on?

Surviving cancer doesn't always inspire people to eat healthier, according to a new study. In fact, it may do just the opposite.<p>Researchers report that on average, cancer survivors eat a less nutritious diet than the overall population, including less fiber and more empty calories.<p>Fang Fang Zhang, …

Cancer

WhatsApp for Android will use Google Drive to back up your data

The more we rely on our smartphones for every facet of our lives, the more risk there is of losing important data if your phone gets lost, stolen or destroyed. Android already has some backup services built in, but the massively popular chat client WhatsApp has just announced a partnership with …

World Beard and Moustache Championships: Pictures

Austria

NASA shortlists 5 possible new missions

NASA has announced five investigations for further study in its latest competition for new, relatively small-scale, robotic missions into our solar …

Taylor Swift Brought Charli XCX Onstage In Toronto To Shake It Up With ‘Boom Clap’

Taylor Swift’s seemingly endless cavalcade of guest stars on her current tour continued this weekend, as Charli XCX joined her on stage at her show in Toronto this past Saturday. The pair collaborated for a performance of XCX’s hit single “Boom Clap.”<p>After the performance, Charli expressed her …

NASA Astronauts Can Already Farm On Mars

The prospect of conquering the dark and vast expanse of space has fascinated the human mind for a good part of the last century. Perhaps that is why ‘The Martian,’ a film adaptation of Andy Weir’s book about one man’s struggle to survive on Mars, rocketed to the No. 1 spot at the box office this …

How Will We Get Off Mars?

We know how to get to Mars. We know how to land on Mars. Now comes the hard part: figuring out how to leave.<p>When NASA engineers look at Mars, they see a planet-sized Venus flytrap.<p>It lures us with the promise of scientific discovery—but the moment we land there, gravity and a harsh climate will …

Sir Alex Ferguson explains 'four world-class players' at Manchester United claim

The former Old Trafford boss admits his criteria was based around "creative players who win games" and believes his opinion has been misinterpreted<p>Sir Alex Ferguson has justified his claim of having only four world-class players during his 27 years at Manchester United by insisting that he was only …

Soccer

New Stagefright exploit puts over 1 billion Android devices at risk

Stagefright has become the gift that keeps on giving. However, these aren’t fun gifts like ponies or Turboman action figures, rather these are the scary kind that expose our Android devices to external threats.<p>When the first exploit was discovered in July, the weakness made it possible for …

Information Security

Sugar in popular fizzy drinks varies wildly across the world

Levels of sugar in leading brands, including Sprite and Coca-Cola, differ in different countries with one containing up to seven teaspoons more, research reveals<p>Sugar in popular fizzy drinks differ across the world with brands in some countries containing seven teaspoons more than in others.<p>Action …

David Beckham Won't Let Anyone Give Harper Beckham A Haircut

Celebrity<p>by Hayley Spencer | 29 09 2015<p>David Beckham Doesn't Want Anyone To Cut Harper's Hair<p>It's not just her love of football Harper Beckham has …

Why Sweden Is Shifting To A 6-Hour Workday

Be more focused, have fewer meetings–and then go home early. It sounds like a dream, but it can work.<p>The eight-hour workday hasn’t changed much since Henry Ford first experimented with it for factory workers. Now, Americans work slightly longer–an average 8.7 hours–though more time goes into email, …

Time Management

How can some stars be older than the universe itself?

The Night Sky, October 2015: the majestic M13 cluster in the constellation of Hercules seems to defy common sense<p>People who glance casually up at the stars seldom think of them as they appear in this picture: vast and tightly packed profusions of red, green, blue, purple and gold.<p>This tremendous …

Universe

The Archbishop of Canterbury: Dissolving the Anglican Church to Save It

Justin Welby will reportedly try to preserve the group of churches, shaken by fights over homosexuality, by loosening its ties.<p>Justin Welby was named archbishop of Canterbury with high hopes that he was the man who could save the Anglican Communion. Now it appears he may oversee its breakup—a …

Sir Alex Ferguson reveals the real reason for his retirement as Manchester United manager

Exclusive: Old Trafford legend says he would have stayed beyond 2013 if it wasn't for family bereavement<p>The shock felt by Manchester United when the golden era ended with an emotional changing room speech is still shaking the foundations two years on.<p>So United fans will be pained to hear for the …

Satya Nadella: Once you use HoloLens, there's no going back

Speaking at the recent Dreamforce 2015 conference, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella shared updates on the company’s HoloLens holographic headset-based computing technology.<p>Gaming will evolve<p>Nadella said that gamers have a completely new experience to look forward to when HoloLens hits store …

Augmented Reality

DNA and protein combine to create nanowire - Futurity

Scientists have made synthetic structures out of DNA or protein before. Now, a team has created nanowires from a combination of the two.

How caterpillars use poop to trick plants - Futurity

To trick plants into letting them nibble, caterpillars use a chemical weapon: their poo. Now researchers want to turn that sneaky poop into pesticide.

Caterpillars