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NASA releases actual recordings from space — and they’re absolutely breathtaking

Earlier this year, Lefse Records released <i>The Space Project</i>, in which acts like Beach House, Spiritualized, The Antlers, and more used actual …

How to Capture Perfect Headshots: 6 Useful Tips

Headshot, at first glance might seem like a fairly simple photograph to shoot, but when you get into it, you realize that it is a whole job …

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The Chairless Chair Lets You Sit Anywhere

Millions of people that work in factories, assembly lines and distribution centers around the world suffer from muscle related disorders. People that have to constantly bend and crouch are left with severe back and knee problems. Noonee, a startup based in Zurich, Switzerland, invented a solution …

Samsung's Galaxy S5 Takes the Ice Bucket Plunge, Challenges Apple, HTC and Nokia Phones

Some smart marketing for Samsung, highlighting the fact that the S5 -- unlike many rivals -- is water-resistant.<p>Lots of tech CEOs have taken the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, but Samsung’s Galaxy S5 might be the first tech product to do so.<p>And it is some smart marketing, given that the S5 is waterproof …

Sea plankton have been found on the International Space Station – but how did they get there?

Russian cosmonaut Vladimir Solovyev says the plankton were blown up into space by air currents on earth<p>Sea plankton have been found on the outside of the International Space Station, a Russian news agency reports.<p>Itar-Tass says scientists on the space station, whose first component was launched …

NASA finds unexpectedly high levels of banned ozone-depleting chemical

It's been decades since the world realized the danger that chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs, formerly found in products like aerosol sprays, refrigerants, and solvents) posed to the Earth's ozone layer. But despite the fact that the CFC known as carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) was banned way back in 1987, a …