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Amazon’s smartphone flop was the best thing that happened to Alexa

Alexa, are you too good for a smartphone?<p>Amazon’s Fire Phone may have been a surprisingly auspicious failure, I keep thinking as I watch the expansion of Alexa, the company’s cloud-based virtual assistant.<p>Artificial intelligence is the future, specifically, voice-controlled AI that allows you to …

The Drugstore BB Cream Selena Gomez Swears By for Glow-y Skin

Selena Gomez wasn't at the Oscars ceremony last night, but that didn't deter her from going all out at the <i>Vanity Fair</i> afterparty. Just look at that awesome smoky eye. Her glow-y, flawless skin was also a focal point of the look—and the real shocker is that her makeup artist achieved it using an …

Makeup

New Scans of King Tut's Tomb May Reveal Hidden Burial Chamber

On April 2, a new series of radar scans will be performed on King Tutankhamun's tomb to search for hidden chambers that may contain an undiscovered …

Archaeology

Obama Brings Black Lives Matter and Civil Rights Activists Together for Meeting

President Obama is hosting an intergenerational group of civil rights leaders, including Black Lives Matter activists, for a first-of-its-kind …

Can You Solve This ‘Simple’ Brain Teaser That Has Launched an Internet-Wide Dispute?

It’s as simple as apples and bananas and coconuts…or is it? A seemingly simple children’s brain teaser has launched an Internet-wide debate over the correct answer.<p>The algebraic puzzle uses apples, bananas and coconuts instead of numbers and asks individuals to guess what number each fruit …

May the New Star Trek Series Go Beyond Yesterday's Enterprise

Gene Roddenberry's original vision for <i>Star Trek</i> was of a time when humanity had solved its worst problems: poverty, intolerance, crime, disease, greed and war. Earth was a place of plenty and delight. Nobody used money anymore. "At a dark time in human history," wrote Arthur C. Clarke, "<i>Star Trek</i> …

10 Iconic Movie Sounds (And How They Were Made)

While a movie’s dialogue and sound are recorded during filming, a majority of sound effects and foley work are created during post-production. The …

Telltale's The Walking Dead: Michonne Gets Release Date - GS News Update

Physicists have detected something unbelievable from space — watch the announcement live

Rob Ludacer<p>Called gravitational waves, the ripples in the fabric of space are caused by colliding black holes, merging neutron stars, exploding …

Physics

This Brilliant Generator Matches Simpsons Quotes With Stills

<i>The Simpsons</i> might be the most quotable show of all time. <i></i>The long-running sitcom is jam-packed with one-liners and witticisms that are all too ripe …

Wonder Woman Footage and Star Wars: Episode 8 Delay, It's Your Top 5 - IGN Daily Fix

Spotify's video service launches on Android this week

It's been a long time coming, but it looks like Spotify is about to launch its video service this week, starting with Android. Rumors that the Swedish music-streaming giant would move into video began last year, but details on how that service might look remained sparse. Today, the firm confirmed …

Zika virus likely to spread throughout the Americas, says WHO

Two of the world’s biggest drug companies are evaluating whether existing vaccine technology could be used against the Zika virus, as the World Health Organisation warned the mosquito-borne virus was likely to spread to all countries in the Americas except for Canada and Chile.<p>The WHO director …

Public Health

EU police warn that more attacks by IS militants are likely

PARIS (AP) — Europe's top police agency issued a stark warning Monday: Islamic State extremists will keep attempting lethal attacks on soft targets …

Terrorism

The IBM engineer that controlled a 'Star Wars' toy with his mind thinks brain readers could be the next big thing

That programmer was Joshua Carr, a lead engineer at IBM, who happens to have an interest in the internet of things (IoT) — connecting everyday items to the internet.<p>Carr claims that brain readers could be used for a number of other tasks in future if programmers put their minds to it.<p>To move the …

The Eyeshadow Tape Trick That Will Change Your Makeup Game!

Blue Eyeshadow is for Everyday | Highbrow

The ’80s gave a lot of trends bad names- neon, bottom eyeliner, side ponytails- and blue eyeshadow ranks high on that list. “You have to be careful …

You'll Never Guess the Next Color Coming to Kylie Jenner's Lip Kit (Hint: It's Not Brown!)

<b>Update:</b> In case you had any doubts that Kylie Jenner would be able to break away from her brown lipstick streak, the young entrepreneur shared a photo of herself wearing the new fuchsia color from her lip kit on Instagram over the weekend. The winning name she settled on? "Posie K."<p><i>This story was</i> …

Kylie Jenner

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Myanmar’s Peace Prize Winner and Crimes Against Humanity

SITTWE, Myanmar — SOON the world will witness a remarkable sight: a beloved Nobel Peace Prize winner presiding over 21st-century concentration camps.<p>Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, one of the world’s genuine heroes, won democracy for her country, culminating in historic elections in November that her party …

Asia

Police Delete 'Stupid' Facebook Post, After Suspects Swipe Their Hubcaps

"Saying he's stupid -- you don't say things like that. It's totally wrong what they did."<p>Police in Warwick, Rhode Island, have deleted a Facebook post that obliquely suggested two accused thieves might be "stupid."<p>Their alleged crime? Stealing hubcaps from a police cruiser parked in the police …

Crime

These Floating Trashcans Could be the Answer to Cleaning Polluted Oceans

A couple of Australian surfers have come up with a creative solution to clean up polluted oceans – they’ve designed an automated trashcan that can …

Pollution

Pirate Bay co-founder builds a perpetual piracy machine

Pirate Pay co-founder Peter Sunde has created a device that'll duplicate a single MP3 in perpetuity, as long as it's plugged in. Sunde, who spent five months in jail for his involvement with the torrenting site, has built Kopimashin, a Raspberry Pi with a screen that creates 100 copies of <i>Crazy</i> by …

A Japanese astronaut tweeted these incredible photos from the International Space Station

Over the last few months, the Japanese astronaut has been documenting his time in space by tweeting gorgeous photos of Earth, its sunrises, and the lights of cities as night.<p>We may not be able to fly through space with Kimiya, but at least we can share his view through the magic of the Internet!

That Time Ronald Reagan Visited Star Trek: The Next Generation And Took The Captain's Chair

Ronald Reagan was a fan of <i>Star Trek—</i>and even a critic of it sometimes. In his diary he talks about watching <i>Star Trek III</i> in the White House theater …

Did my black life matter?: When I was roughed up in front of my house, I was surprised by who helped — and who didn’t

<b>A photo of the author</b><p>In my gentrified neighborhood, a minor scrape escalated, putting me in danger. Why didn’t my black neighbors help?<p>Chuck Nwoke<p>December 5, 2015 11:30pm (UTC)<p>I was 16 when I had my first run-in with police. I was behind the wheel of my ’85 Mitsubishi Mirage hatchback with my close …

Crime

Imam: Texts With San Bernardino Shooter Eyed by FBI Were About Food

A leader of a San Bernardino mosque said investigators questioned him about a series of text messages he sent massacre gunman Syed Farook, but they were only about food donations for Islamic holy days.<p>Roshan Abbassi, assistant imam at Dar-Al-Uloom Al-Islamia, told NBC News that Farook had …

16-year-old inventor launches new smartphone lens

The young entrepreneur has sold 4,000 Magnibands and is hoping for a Christmas 'surge' in orders<p>Toby Liew, a 16-year-old A-level student from Gillingham, Kent, has created a macro lens that fits on most available smartphone models, which he hopes will become the next consumer technology "it" gadget.<p>…

Consumer Tech