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What Gains 50,000 Pounds in 15 Minutes?

<i>[image via JBT AeroTech]</i><p>Your correspondent managed to travel via subway this Thanksgiving, avoiding the car-clogged roads, the train-jammed tracks …

Edible Chocolate Art Supplies by Nendo | Colossal

<p>If you ever had an overwhelming desire to eat paste or paint chips as a child, this might be for you. Created by design firm Nendo (previously) for …

Loving Dad Colors in His Kids’ Drawings While Away for Work

Redditor Tatsputin is a working dad who finds himself traveling out of state for ten days out of every month, but he takes a piece of his kids with him through their adorably scribbled drawings. While on the plane, the loving father affectionately colors in the drawings his tiny tots made for his …

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Dark Mail Alliance develops surveillance-proof email technology

We wouldn't be surprised if you're looking for a more secure email provider after the whole government surveillance debacle. That's why Lavabit and Silent Circle have joined forces as the Dark Mail Alliance to develop a new snoop-proof email technology. Dark Mail's "Email 3.0" tech applies …

Why do we sleep? To clean our brains, say US scientists

Scientists in the US claim to have a new explanation for why we sleep: in the hours spent slumbering, a rubbish disposal service swings into action that cleans up waste in the brain.<p>Through a series of experiments on mice, the researchers showed that during sleep, cerebral spinal fluid is pumped …

Erase Bad Memories In Your Sleep

Re-exposing people to a fearful stimulus while they slept helped them get rid of their fear.<p>While the body sleeps, the brain is busy filing away the day's activities, processing memories so they can be recalled later on. Under the influence of Ambien, sleep has been shown to improve recall of bad …

Oppo N1 Full Specifications

Earlier Oppo announced their latest smartphone, the Oppo N1, and we now have more details on the handset including the full specifications for the …

What's Better: An Hour of Exercise or an Hour of Sleep?

<b>What's the Latest Development?</b><p>In a perfect world, everyone would be well-rested and exercise regularly. But in our world, many people are faced with …

32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life

And all you have to do is read them!

New Guinness Commercial Will Give You The Chills (Updated)

It did me.<p>The song is: "To Build a Home" by The Cinematic Orchestra.<p>As of this morning, I don't know for sure if this is an official Guinness ad.<p>If not, the brewer would be stupid to try to get it pulled.<p>Great job by the director/editor.<p><b>UPDATE</b>: It's a real ad, by BBDO New York.<p><b>33 deliciously fun</b> …

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Marketing a missed call

A TELEVISION advertisement in India for a mobile-phone operator opens with four friends staring forlornly at their car’s smashed windshield. “Call …

How can we design an internet of things for everyone (not just alpha geeks)?

Despite the influx of new products and considerable excitement around the Internet of Things, from a design and innovation point of view, we are in a …

Proof That Science Is Sorcery

How to speed up your Mac in 30 minutes

You opened that beautiful Apple box to find your gleaming new Mac within ages ago! It booted up, and immediately the Mac seemed so much faster than …