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Does A $347 3-D Printer Mean The Future Is Here? Or Just Paper-Thin Progress?

Now on Kickstarter, the Buccaneer is designed for easy at-home use, costs less than an iPhone–and just might make or break our collective dream of technology.<p>The magic words, or magic number-plus-letter, of our technological fantasies to date are: 3-D. The 3-D printer is this year’s collective …

3D

Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining, Restaurants

The world’s new largest building is four times the size of Vatican City

China just cut the ribbon on the world’s new largest building.<p>The New Century Global Center, which recently opened in Chendgu, China, is 328 feet high, 1,640 feet long, and 1,312 feet wide. That’s roughly 20 times the size of Sydney’s legendary Opera House, four times the size of Vatican City, and …

Vatican

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Android phone pinpoints sniper's location - Futurity

VANDERBILT (US) — A new system can turn an ordinary Android smartphone into a shooter …

McDonald's considers all-day breakfast, delivery

Company head says expanded hours and menu possible, along with delivery and loyalty rewards.<p>McDonald's is considering serving breakfast all day, offering rewards to frequent eaters and even delivering the golden arches to your door, the company's chief said Friday.<p>In an interview with CNBC, …

Pair charged in alleged Via plot not only ones investigated: sources

Authorities are investigating more suspects with connections to an alleged terrorist plot against a passenger train, sources with knowledge of the probe say.<p>With two men already in custody in Canada, a third man in the United States was questioned by FBI officials this week, a source said.<p>Raed …

Canada

Fast food walkout planned in Chicago

Breaking: 500 low-wage workers expected to stop working from a dozen chains on Wednesday morning<p>Demanding a hefty raise and a fair chance to form a union, workers in Chicago’s growing fast food and retail sectors plan to walk off the job Wednesday morning. The one-day walkout begins at 5:30 a.m. …

Boston bombing suspect's Miranda warning put on hold for 'public safety exception'

Now that second Boston bombing suspect has been apprehended, there are still lots of unanswered questions swirling. One of them is whether or not he has been read his Miranda rights, which are designed to protect a suspect's Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights under the US Constitution. The answer as …

Science In A Scoop: Making Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream

Robyn Sue Fisher's ice cream shop, Smitten, in San Francisco's Hayes Valley, may at moments resemble a high school chemistry lab, but that's because Fisher uses liquid nitrogen to freeze her product.<p>Nitrogen is "a natural element," she notes. "It's all around us."<p>What makes it essential to Smitten …

Scientists Sequence Genome Of 'Living Fossil' Fish

Scientists have unraveled the genome of the coelacanth, a rare and primitive fish once thought to be extinct, shedding light on how closely it's related to the first creatures to emerge from the sea.<p>The coelacanth, a fish that can reach up to 5 feet long and lives in deep ocean caves, had only been …

How To Make Beer [Infographic]

Check out this beautiful 1933 brewing guide from the pages of Popular Science.<p>When the United States ratified the Twenty-First Amendment in 1933, <i>Popular Science</i> celebrated the end of Prohibition by getting completely wasted (probably) and publishing this lovely infographic on how to make beer. …

Republicans Are Up In Arms Over Jay-Z's Trip To Cuba, So He Responded With A Vicious Track

Republicans are already seizing on one line from the new track, which Jay-Z released on his website — "I got White House clearance." U.S. citizens cannot travel to Cuba unless approved by the government. According to multiple reports, the Treasury Department said it approved the trip as part of an …

The White House

More Apple patents detail completely flexible devices that change as they bend

<i>Update: The patent was granted on 6th January 2015 (via Apple Toolbox)</i><p>These are certainly not the first flexible display related patent applications that we’ve seen from Apple. A few different Apple patent applications have received attention in recent months, including one for a slap wrist-style …

15 More Tech Skills That Can Instantly Net You A $100,000+ Salary

Now we've got 15 more to add to the list, from a salary survey done by Global Knowledge and TechRepublic. The research was conducted in late 2012, based on a survey of 9,500 tech professionals.<p>This survey asked these folks how much they earned and which IT certifications they had. That's a little …

Employment

Kim Jong-Un Could Be Losing Control — And That's A Bad Thing

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un’s saber-rattling rhetoric and threats to restart his nuclear program could be a rational move to garner more in the way of concessions in the world community and much-needed political street-credentials among the populace and troops he commands.<p>But just how …

North Korea

Shocking! Indian Engineers Introduce Electric ‘Anti-Rape’ Underwear

Three engineers in India have developed undergarments intended to help women fend off unwanted attacks by delivering electric shocks.<p>India’s recent …

Supreme Court Justices Pose Two Strange Questions in Same-Sex Marriage Cases

The Supreme Court in hearing argument in the same-sex marriage cases posed two questions that I doubt were ever asked before:<p>When did something become unconstitutional? (Justice Scalia)<br>• Shouldn't there being a waiting period before deciding constitutionality? (Justice Alito).<p>Justice Scalia, in …

LGBTQI

In A Future Where Newspapers Still Exist, Let's Deliver Them By Drone

Delivering mail with quadcopters may be silly, but the concept is being talked about for real.<p>April Fool's Day sucks, because people on the Internet say things that would be awesome if they were real, and sadly are not. For instance, I would love to be able to search smells. But this idea--which …

If You Think China's Air Is Bad, You Should See The Water

REUTERS/China Daily The unhealthy smog that settled over Beijing earlier this year, capturing international media attention, is not the only visible sign of China's rapid economic growth and the resulting environmental hazards.<p>Countless rivers and lakes have also been contaminated by nearby …

China

Canadian warship HMCS Toronto makes heroin bust at sea

A Canadian warship has made a major drug bust at sea.<p>The Department of National Defence says HMCS Toronto has seized around 500 kilograms of heroin from a boat in the Indian Ocean.<p>The drugs were found after a naval boarding party searched the vessel as part of a security operation this past …

Arabian Sea

Three dead in 95-car pileup near Virginia, North Carolina state line

Three people were killed and more that 20 injured in a massive series of pile-ups involving 95 cars on Interstate 77 near the Virginia and North Carolina state line Sunday afternoon, according to authorities.<p>The crashes began around 1 p.m. in the southbound lanes in Carroll County, Virginia, …

U.S. sends F-22 jets to join South Korea drills amid threats from North

The United States sent F-22 stealth fighter jets to South Korea on Sunday to join military drills aimed at underscoring the U.S. commitment to defend Seoul in the face of an intensifying campaign of threats from North Korea.<p>The advanced, radar-evading F-22 Raptors were deployed to Osan Air Base, …

North Korea

North Carolina takes down Confederate Civil War battle flag after protest | Paul Harris

William Faulkner once noted that in regards to the American South's awareness of its troubled history, "the past is never dead. It's not even …

Tech titans raise millions to enter the political arena: but what is it they want?

One day last month about 40 noisy protesters gathered outside the home of the Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg in Palo Alto in California's …