Anthony Januszewski

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Spain’s ruling conservatives win election but lose grip on majority

Popular Party (PP) of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy faces battle to cling to power as result heralds end of bi-party politics<p>Spain was plunged into political instability on Monday after voters frustrated with corruption and economic woes dealt a crippling blow to the ruling conservative party, …

Director J.J. Abrams explains why there are so many lens flares in 'Star Trek'

If you've watched a J.J. Abrams' movie, there's one thing you're always bound to see: Lens flares.<p>They're in his monster movie "Super 8" and they're extremely noticeable in his "Star Trek" movies.<p>During a conversation between Stephen Colbert and "Star Wars" director J.J. Abrams for the Montclair …

For the First Time Ever, Astronomers Have Observed a the Birth of a Planet

At only two million years old, the LkCa 15 is a cosmic nursery.<p>Nearly 2,000 exoplanets—or, worlds beyond our Solar System—have been discovered over the last two decades, demonstrating that there is spectacular planetary diversity in the universe. But while astronomers have observed everything from …

11 apps you should use every day

But it's easy to get overwhelmed with the sheer number of apps — there are more than a million apps in Apple's App Store and Google's Play Store.<p>So I broke out the most useful apps I use every day. You should probably use them, too.

Why your phone battery is rubbish

It’s technology’s biggest puzzle: although smartphones, laptops and even electric cars get lighter, cheaper and double in power every few years, they still die when you most need them. How close are we to perfecting a ‘super battery’ that charges at lightning speeds and lasts for days?<p>My battery …

Clean Energy

Student’s Faucet Design Saves Water By Swirling It Into Beautiful Patterns

Simin Qiu, a design student in London’s Royal College of Art, has come up with a luxurious-looking Swirl Faucet that will save water by turning it …

What's the Best All-In-One Computer?

All-in-one desktop computers can be great. They don't take up a lot of space, offer desktop-sized features and a nice big monitor for a modest price. …

Warp in Space-Time Swallows Pulsar

Astronomers have watched a pulsar some 25,000 light-years from Earth slip from view, swallowed by a warp in the fabric of spacetime. This wacky …

Universe

Why you really do get that from your father

We may look like our mothers but our genes have more in common with the paternal line, study finds<p>It is good news for put-upon husbands who fear their wife will turn out like their mother-in-law: scientists say that, genetically, we are more like our fathers.<p>A study has found that although we might …

Genetics

Google Tackles Quantum Computing's Hardest Problem: Errors

The promise of quantum computing is computers powerful enough to break the encryption techniques we now use to protect the world's data. But …

Google's AI Has Conquered Tetris. Next Up? The World.

Let’s say you met a caveman and wanted to teach him <i>Tetris</i>. How would you go about it?<p>You and the caveman would probably sit down on a couch one …

Security flaw from the '90s leaves Apple and Android users vulnerable

A team of cryptographers have discovered that a security flaw from way back in the '90s still leaves users today vulnerable to cyberattacks. They've dubbed it "Factoring attack on RSA-EXPORT Key" or FREAK, and it renders everyone who uses Safari on Mac and iOS devices or Android's stock browser …

The Three Steps to Success on YouTube

<i>This essay is part of a series written by speakers featuring at our upcoming 10th anniversary TNW Conference on April 23 & 24 in Amsterdam. Discount tickets to the event are still available for purchase here.</i><p>YouTube is huge. It has 1 billion users, its the second largest search engine, and over 300 …

These Insane Labs Recreate Frightening Forces of Nature

Knowledge is the key to survival when nature turns hostile, whether because we're living on trembling ground, building homes along vulnerable coasts, …

NASA Video Shows How Dust from the Sahara Fertilizes the Amazon | VICE News

The Sahara is a favorite subject for astronauts aboard the International Space Station, who frequently snap photos of the desert's vast expanse and impressive dust storms from 260 miles above Earth.<p>While the trails of dust migrating over the Atlantic Ocean are beautiful, they're also important for …

Two-Dad Babies Could Soon Be a Reality

Scientists have made human egg and sperm cells using skin from two adults of the same sex.<p>For the first time, scientists have shown that it’s …

Artificial intelligence and nanotechnology 'threaten civilisation'

Technologies join nuclear war, ecological catastrophe, super-volcanoes and asteroid impacts in Global Challenges Foundation’s risk report<p>Artificial intelligence and nanotechnology have been named alongside nuclear war, ecological catastrophe and super-volcano eruptions as “risks that threaten human …

Singularity

MSN | Outlook, Office, Skype, Bing, Breaking News, and Latest Videos

Join Rewards and earn points when you explore and search on MSN.<p>See your recent documents, or start one for free with Office Online.<p>Sign in to your …

One Reason The Apple Watch Will Succeed When All Other Smart Watches Have Failed

When he died, I inherited his watches, which are pretty nice. One is a Rolex, one is from Tag Heuer. These aren't $20,000 watches — the guy was a school teacher — but they're still pretty expensive.<p>At the time, I didn't wear a watch. But, since it was an heirloom, I decided to start wearing the …

Nasa reveal new planet-searching satellite Tess to help in hunt for alien life

The satellite is scheduled to be launched in August 2017<p>Nasas has unveiled their latest piece of space exploration equipment, designed to discover …

This Plane Will Be Able to Fly Anywhere in The World Within 4 Hours

The engine will be able to fly in outer space too.<p>British aerospace firm Reaction Engines Limited is working on an engine system that will be able to …

China develops new rocket for manned moon mission

First launch of Long March-9 will take place around 2028, Chinese state media reports<p>China is developing a huge rocket that will be used for its first manned mission to the moon, state media said Monday, underscoring Beijing's increasingly ambitious space programme.<p>The first launch of the Long …

15 Minutes With 'Adr1ft' On Oculus Rift -- Weightless, Terrified, And Mesmerized

One of the most captivating moments at this year’s Game Awards show — and an apparent hit with the live audience — was a new trailer for Adam Orth’s <i>Adr1ft.</i> I was enthralled with the premise, environment, and suspense depicted by the <i>Adr1ft</i> trailer, so when I had the opportunity to try the game for …

Asteroids could wipe out humanity, warn Richard Dawkins and Brian Cox

More than 100 scientists and astronauts have come together to call for a huge asteroid detection system<p>Asteroids could wipe out humanity unless more effort is made to track and destroy them, a leading body of scientists and astronauts has warned.<p>Lord Martin Rees, the Astronomer Royal, Brian Cox, …

Asteroids

This GIF Of Magnetic Putty 'Eating' A Piece Of Metal Is Mesmerizing

File this one under "Coolest thing we've seen all day": a cube of magnetic putty swallowing a smaller cube of metal whole.<p>We first saw this on r/woahdude, a section of Reddit dedicated to "Trippy & mesmerizing games, video, audio & images that make you go 'woah dude!'" Yes, we know they misspelled …

London is over...and it's about time too

As a born and bred Londoner, Bryony Gordon never thought she would consider leaving the capital, no matter how much she moaned about it. But as new statistics show record numbers of young people are moving out, London may finally have reached tipping point<p>Samuel Johnson said that a man who is tired …

England

Backstage With Janis Joplin: Doubts, Drugs And Compassion

Janis Joplin felt a sense of outsider isolation throughout her life. She once said, "On stage, I make love to 25,000 different people. Then I go home alone."<p>But she wasn't alone — she had John Byrne Cooke.<p>Cooke was Janis Joplin's first and only road manager, from 1967 until her death from a heroin …

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