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The Mothership: 'Mad Max' vs. 'Pitch Perfect 2'

This weekend at the movies, audiences are presented with two very, very different choices: <i>Pitch Perfect 2</i>and <i>Mad Max: Fury Road</i>. But which is better? And are they actually that different?<p>In this week's episode of <i>The Mothership</i> podcast,USA TODAY's resident nerds Kelly Lawler (@klawls), Carly …

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B.B. King dies: Generations of guitarists used 'B.B. Box' to learn how to play

Check out any guitarist at a nightclub, arena or recording studio, and chances are the sound you hear is being colored by an array of effects pedals that add distortion, echo, phase-shifting, wah-wah cries and more.<p>B.B. King? He just jacked an electric guitar into an amp. His trademark tone came …

Long-Distance Couples Have Happier Relationships, Says Study

There are two types of people out there in the dating universe: People who believe long-distance relationships will work and people who do not. As a …

Top 10 best free Android apps from April you should download right now

While a number of apps and games are uploaded on Google Play Store daily, most of them remain unknown. But every month we pick 10 apps that we …

Understanding 'Applications' settings on the Samsung Galaxy S6

Running a modern smartphone takes a little bit of maintenance, which is a bit unfortunate but not something that we can't handle in order to make the …

Exit poll: Conservatives surprisingly strong in UK election

LONDON (AP) — The Conservative Party fared much better than expected in Britain's parliamentary election, with an exit poll and early returns …

This Gadget Lets You Text and Use Apps While Driving, Without Looking at Your Smartphone

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Ding. You get a new notification on your phone. You want to check it. No, you <i>need</i> to, really badly, but you’re driving. Ah, screw it. You glance down, away from the road, and you check the darn thing anyway. It’s a potentially deadly …

So you wanna be a data scientist? A guide to 2015's hottest profession

Are you good at math? Like, <i>really</i> good at math? Do you also know Python and, oh yeah, have deep knowledge of a particular industry?<p>On the off chance …

100 Balls - Tap to Drop the Color Ball Game

Welcome to the all new 100 Balls<br>Over 20 million players - #1 in U.K., Germany and 6 other countries!<br>*Powered by Reach Mob - the leading app marketing …

Pro-Russian Crimeans celebrate landslide vote for return to motherland

With Soviet-era music blaring from loudspeakers and the Russian tricolour everywhere, the overwhelming feeling in Sevastopol was that the city was finally "going home" after a 23-year stay in Ukraine.<p>The home of the Russian Black Sea fleet, and a bastion of pro-Russian support in Crimea, there was …

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Winter Olympics: Russia launches Sochi security clampdown

<b>Russia has launched one of the biggest security operations in Olympic history, a month before the start of the Winter Games in the Black Sea resort of Sochi.</b><p>The authorities are deploying more than 30,000 police and interior ministry troops and limiting access to the area.<p>The main concern is the …

AT&T, T-Mobile, And John Legere Get Into Twitter Slapfight Over Single Customer, Because Internet

How did we ever live before the days of PR-run social media accounts for major corporations and CEOs of said corporations randomly engaging in …

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Everything You've Ever Been Told About How You Learn Is A Lie

Three myths your teachers told you about how your brain learns, debunked<p>When I was in middle school and high school, teachers loved to impart various tidbits of wisdom about the way students learn during lectures, always couched in such a way as to indicate these were scientifically accepted facts.</i> …