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The Last Time Sean Combs Was Puff Daddy, the World Was a Better Place

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>Well world, we lived long enough to see Sean Combs become Puff Daddy again. In a trailer for his new …

126 Photos Make Up Single Image of Giant 3200-Year-Old Tree

For the December 2012 issue of National Geographic, photographer Michael “Nick” Nichols journeyed to the Sequoia National Park in California in order to capture this image of <i>the President</i>, a giant sequoia that is the third largest tree in the world, if measured by volume of the trunk above …

National Parks

Bob Marley: The Stories Behind 17 Rare and Unseen Images

Photographer Dennis Morris shares his memories of a close working relationship with the global superstar<p>British photographer Dennis Morris was a high …

Your Smartphone Is A Crucial Police Tool, If They Can Crack It

New software and gizmos are revolutionizing police work, with social media scanners, facial recognition and other high tech items. As it turns out, though, the single most valuable new police tool is your smartphone.<p>Rolf Norton, a homicide detective in Seattle, says when he's talking to a suspect, …

iTunes will now refund you for your kid’s unauthorized purchases

How many times have you got your iPad back from the kids only to find that they have just added five in-app purchases to your credit card bills?<p>Not anymore. Apple just gave you a reason to let your kids play and rest assured the bills won’t ramp up.<p>The company sent out an email to all iTunes …

'Candy Crush' Developer King Raises $500 Million at IPO

King, maker of the breakout mobile game <i>Candy Crush</i>, raised just less than $500 million in its IPO, the company announced in a filing released after …

Battery that dissolves in the body could power embedded health sensors

Embeddable sensors that can track a person's vitals could eventually be a boon for healthcare, but something equally small, portable, and safe is going to have to power those sensors. Researchers from the University of Illinois may have an answer: batteries that slowly decompose in the body. Using …

Lenovo's smart TV system grants more processing power and memory through swappable modules (hands-on)

Lenovo is best known for its ThinkPad laptops and newly acquired phone business, but the Chinese firm started making TVs a couple years ago, too. And now, it's the first one to build a set utilizing NVIDIA's new Tegra K1 chip. It's that super-powered silicon that explains the TV's presence at GTC …

Twitter investigating cause of vanishing tweets

Tweets from several accounts have disappeared, including Ellen DeGeneres' record-setting selfie from the Oscars.<p>Twitter said Tuesday that it's trying to determine what's behind the mysterious disappearance of tweets on the platform, including Ellen DeGeneres' all-time retweet champion.<p>After users …

Social Media

Instagram Hits 200 Million Users

It's a testament to Instagram's success that when Mark Zuckerberg revealed the photo-sharing service had crossed the 200-million-user milestone, it …

Woman freed after serving 32 years in 1981 killing

Mary Virginia Jones, 74, who was serving life without parole for her role in a 1981 murder, was freed from prison late Monday.<p>Jones walked out of Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood around 11 p.m. to big hugs from family and friends, who shared tears and laughter.<p>Patricia Elder, who …

Experts in Chile Fear Catastrophe as 300 Quakes Hit in One Week

Chile's northern coast has been hit by more than 300 earthquakes in the past week in what seismologists warned Tuesday could be the precursor to a long-overdue disaster.<p>Most of these quakes have been too small to be felt on land, but people living near the city of Iquique have experienced the …

Natural Disasters