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Delicious New Bars and Drinks You've Got To Try

Coming to a feed zone near you: sports nutrition for every goal and every diet, that also happens to taste delicious<p>We all have our preferences when it comes to sports nutrition— some of us can eat any bar on the market and go for days, and others would rather stick to a routine or limit the …

15 Incredible, Edible Egg Salad Recipes

You put SOOOOO much creativity into making beautiful Easter eggs each year, only to toss the whole bunch after the holiday. But here’s a food *reuse* idea that’s as green as spring. Store the eggs properly and you’ve got a real jump-start on delicious hard-boiled egg recipes. Everyone loves deviled …

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Wearables have got some work to do this year

It’s a wait and see moment for wrist-worn devices. After a few years of betting heavily on the space, this most recent CES didn’t offer much; save for two or three smartwatch announcements, some partnerships and a couple of middling bands, the industry seems to have largely shifted its focus toward …

Chip Pro is a $16 computer empowering makers to build IoT gadgets

Say you want to create the next generation of voice recognition-enabled, AI-ensmartened, buzzword-laden gadget. The fist thing you need to do is pick a platform. Arduino isn’t powerful enough. The Raspberry Pi works great for prototyping, but going from Pi to production is a many-step process. Next …

New Stunning Entries Of The 2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer Of The Year Contest

The 2016 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contest is accepting entries in one or all of four categories: Landscape, Environmental …

Nature Photography

Thoughts Every Rider Has on A Solo Century

If you’ve ever ridden a century, you know it’s a mental game—especially if you're going solo. We put together a list of the most common thoughts that we’ve had during a 100-mile effort. Our biggest takeaway? Make sure you bring more than enough snacks.<p><b>Miles 1-20: Blind Optimism.</b><p>Advertisement - …

7 Ways to Dial in a Perfect Bike Fit

Think you might have a bad bike fit? The number one sign is discomfort. Knee pain, an achy back, chafing, stiff shoulders, or numbness in your hands (or nether regions) are all red-flag indicators that something is amiss.<p>The most common culprit is a bike that's too big or too small, but even if …

NTT slips into ITC cockpit at F1 legends McLaren

It's the cloud, with go faster stripesNotoriously secretive F1 team McLaren-Honda is set to race into the cloud with a worldwide tech partnership …

Atos/Bull handed over the second expansion stage of supercomputer Mistral to the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ) in Hamburg

Roughly 3,000 compute nodes of type bullx DLC 720, provided by Atos/Bull, having a total number of more than 100,000 processor cores on the basis of …

After conquering the iPhone, chip designer ARM chases supercomputers

Having dominated the mobile world for some time, ARM -- the company whose CPU design is in Apple's iPhone -- is now going after the fastest computers …

NASA Upgraded Its Supercomputer To Recreate The Origin Of Stars

Pleiades is the name for the supercomputer that is housed at the NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) facility at NASA Ames Research Center near …

Research Center

India Will Soon Launch A Supercomputer That Will Predict Monsoon

In what could turn out to be a major breakthrough for Indian Meteorological Department, a supercomputer now will be able to forecast India's annual …

India

The Future of Mining: Supercomputers, Drones

Supercomputers deliver $665 million savings in BHP hunt for oil

Supercomputers that create 3-D seismic maps of BHP Billiton's oil and gas assets are accelerating work to bring new fields into production and have …

Supercomputers

Only a Third of All Sensitive Data Stored in Cloud Apps is Encrypted

And 54 percent of IT pros say it's more difficult to protect confidential or sensitive information when using cloud services, a recent survey found.

Encryption

Left behind: Who suffers in the cloud shift

Market research firm Gartner states that $111 billion worth of IT spending will shift to the cloud in 2016, and the number will almost double to $216 …

CERN LHC Update: 'Bump' In ATLAS, CMS Data May Have Been Caused By More Than One Particle, Researchers Say

Remember the mysterious "bump" in data whose discovery was first announced by researchers at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) while analyzing the …

Ask Ethan: Where Did The Big Bang Happen?

Of all the concepts and topics that get tossed around, the Big Bang is one of the most controversial. Sure, it’s a scientific theory that’s quite old — it’s been around since the 1940s — and the evidence in favor of it has been overwhelming since the 1960s. The idea is simple: that the Universe had …

Scientist Says The San Andreas Fault Is "Locked, Loaded, And Ready to Roll"

That can't be good.<p>California's San Andreas fault has been quiet for far too long and is overdue for a major earthquake, a leading geoscientist has …

Influence of religion and predestination on evolution and scientific thinking

Generally seen as antithetical to one another, evolution and religion can hardly fit in a scientific discourse simultaneously. However, biologist Dr …

Evolution

Ceres' Puzzling Bright Spots, Giant Mountain Feature in New Close-Up Photos

THE WOODLANDS, Texas — Ceres is coming into focus, but many mysteries about the dwarf planet remain.<p>Newly released images captured by NASA's Dawn …

Here Are The Top Porn Searches In America, State-By-State

Pornhub and Vocativ just announced the most important information you’ll hear all day – the most searched for porn in the United States, broken down …

The Four Factors that Affect Depth of Field

Last week, Max Bridge included me in his article entitled 7 Mistakes From Professional Photographers That Held Them Back. I wrote about the fact that …

Mysterious Dark Matter May Not Always Have Been Dark

Dark matter particles may have interacted extensively with normal matter long ago, when the universe was very hot, a new study suggests.<p>The nature of …

Where Will the 1st Astronauts on Mars Land?

HOUSTON — Where should humanity set up its first-ever outpost on Mars?<p>The ideal Red Planet crewed site should be of high scientific value — allowing …

Scientists confirm a cornerstone of quantum computing

Quantum physics theory has an odd but fundamental quirk: atoms in a quantum state aren't supposed to move as long as you're measuring them. It sounds preposterous, but Cornell University researchers have just demonstrated that it's real. The team noticed that the atoms in an extremely cold cloud of …