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New privacy-focused search engine promises to never sell or store your data

With an increasing number of people concerned by infringements of online privacy and how personal data is stored and used, a new UK-based search engine has launched with the promise that your privacy will never be compromised.<p>Oscobo, founded by Fred Cornell (ex-Yahoo) and Rob Perin (ex-BlackBerry), …

How the Science of Memory Seduced Joyce Carol Oates

The author speaks about scientific ethics, exploitation, her fascination with neuroscience, and her part in the PEN Charlie Hebdo controversy.<p>In …

Literature

16 Sci-Fi Pop Culture Moments to Look Forward to in 2016

Besides another Avengers movie.<p>The last year wasn't too shabby when it came to science fiction, but there are great things ahead in 2016. Here are just a few of the things you have to look forward to in 2016.

Dan Lopatin doesn't just push boundaries with Oneohtrix Point Never, he tramples them

What year is it?<p>Dan Lopatin, the sole constant member of Oneohtrix Point Never, was born in 1982 to parents who emigrated from Russia to Wayland, Mass.<p>The latest Oneohtrix album, "Garden of Delete," was released in 2015.<p>Metallica's "Ride the Lightning" was released in 1984.<p>Aside from being an …

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.

The big problem with 'Star Wars,' according to Francis Ford Coppola

But it's not just fans who are thinking about Lucas, contemporaries like Francis Ford Coppola are also reflecting on their peer, and "The Godfather" director has one big issue with the "Star Wars" universe, namely it's impact on Lucas as an artist.<p>In a revealing talk with Screen Daily, the …

Raspberry Pi's £4 computer is as powerful as the laptops of a decade ago

The Raspberry Pi Zero is so cheap that it is being given away in magazines despite coming with 512MB of RAM<p>The Raspberry Pi Foundation has unveiled what is possibly the world's cheapest and smallest fully-functioning computer, the miniature Raspberry Pi Zero.<p>At £4 (or $5 abroad), with half a …

Raspberry Pi

14 Rare Photos Of Albert Einstein That You've Probably Never Seen Before

It's the 100th anniversary of Einstein's general theory of relativity, and a new book reveals little-known pictures of the great physicist.<p>It's one of a set of rare photos that have been released to BuzzFeed by the Albert Einstein Archive and Princeton University Press, to coincide with the 100th …

Neil Gaiman On Storytelling In The Age Of The Internet And Other Oddities

“I was a glorious mess at 26. But I was a glorious mess who had a sort of combination of dreams of grandeur and no plan B.”<p>Neil Gaiman is known as many things — author, poet, screenwriter, spouse of Amanda Palmer, owner of very good dogs — but for many, he is celebrated first and foremost as the …

China to start work on supercollider by 2020, staking claim as science leader

China will begin work on the world’s largest supercollider in 2020, a mega-machine aimed at increasing understanding of the elusive Higgs boson, state-run media has reported.<p>The facility, designed to smash subatomic particles together at enormous speed, will reportedly be at least twice the size of …

Physics

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Weekend attacks point to feisty upcoming GOP debate

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> If the weekend news shows were any indication, the next Republican debate in a few days is going to be a doozy.<p>In a flurry of appearances on Sunday political talk shows, Donald Trump let it be known that he's ready to take off the gloves and hammer Ben Carson. Florida Sen. Marco …

Astronomers Discover a Galaxy Powered by Two Black Holes

Black holes are regarded as the most extreme case of gravity. They are objects so compact with extremely high gravity that even light cannot escape. …

5 takeaways from Biden's not-quite-campaign

In the words of a longtime ally, it became increasingly clear that the planning was more “fantasy football than football.”<p>There was so, so much going for a Joe Biden presidential campaign — wasn’t there? His shaggy-dog “authenticity,” the tantalizing possibility of a Hillary Clinton face plant, the …

11 Everyday Problems Solved With The Power Of Perspective

Oh yeah, we're specks.

16 Wikipedia Pages That Will Change The Way You See The Universe

Robot proteins, immortality, Martian rocks falling from the sky, catastrophic eruptions, and reverse evolution! What more could you ask for?

Can you spot EARTH in this stunning image? If you think you can, prepare to be ASTONISHED

GETTYOur sun, the tiny white speck bottom left, shown next to red hyper giant VY Canis Majoris<p>This staggering image shows how our sun - which is so …

Universe

Kitchen: Space Saving Kitchen Storage Ideas, kitchen containers, kitchen drawers

Space Saving Kitchen Storage Ideas<p>Home » Kitchen » 10 Wise Kitchen Storage Solutions and Room Saving Tips » Space Saving Kitchen Storage</b> …

18 Movies to Watch Before They Leave Netflix in October

"That rug really tied the room together."<p>Every month, Netflix bids farewell to a collection of great titles, but this September is a particularly difficult month for those who love the streaming giant. From horror to drama to comedy, an unusually large number of notable films will disappear when …

Here's All the New Stuff Google Just Announced

Google had a busy Tuesday, dropping two new phones, a pair of Chromecasts, a new tablet and a release date for the new Android software. Here’s what …

“The Martian” and the big Mars discovery: Here’s why we have to go, no matter what it costs

Was this week’s big NASA announcement a movie tie-in or a leftist plot? Either way, Mars is calling<p>I believe it was the film historian Mark Harris (also the undisputed heavyweight champion of Oscar bloggers) who first injected a note of cynicism into the furor surrounding one of the biggest …

The Money Spent Selling Sugar to Americans Is Staggering

Why do we eat what we eat? Three experts attempt to answer.<p>There are new Pop Tarts, and they are Limited Edition. I know this because it says “Limited Edition” in bold red lettering inside a yellow banner that circumscribes the box. For an unspecified but finite amount of time only, Pop Tarts are …

Public Health

Ridley Scott reveals when 'Alien' will finally connect with 'Prometheus'

Still looking for answers from<p>Ridley Scott's alleged "Alien" prequel movie "Prometheus"? Wondering what the milky crossfit aliens have to do with the Xenomorphs and future alien battler Ellen Ripley? Well, get comfortable, because there will be many more "Prometheus" movies before the prequels link …

Astronaut Snaps Photo of an Airplane from the ISS

Every day, NASA releases a photograph from their collection that allows us to admire the great blue and green planet we call Earth. Recently, the …

The ultimate cold and flu survival guide

Each year, the typical adult can expect to contract two or three colds, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Skip the annual flu vaccine and you set yourself up for a bout of that as well. But it doesn't have to be this way! Aside from good hand washing (with soap, for at …

Immune System

Edward Snowden Says Encryption Is Why We Haven't Heard From Aliens

'Honeymoon' by Lana Del Rey: EW Review

We gave it a <b>B+</b><p>Lana Del Rey just wasn’t made for these times. “We both know that it’s not fashionable to love me,” she sings on <i>Honeymoon</i>‘s title …