Yong Sung Kim

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Three things we know Samsung’s new assistant can do on the Galaxy S8

Samsung’s new virtual assistant, Bixby, is a different sort of thing than what you’re used to. Where Siri, Google, and Alexa are focused on collecting and understanding information out on the internet and then answering your questions about it, Bixby is trying to help you use your own phone. …

World War One in colour: Graphic artist Frédéric Duriez gives us a new look at the conflict

16 Inviting Countryside Cabins

In 1845, one of America's most famous writers, Henry Thoreau, built a small home for himself on Walden Pond, a piece of property owned by poet Ralph Waldo Emerson. He spent more than two years there seeking a more simple way of life, and ended up flipping the standard routine of the times.<p>This …

How to Get the Most Out of Google Maps

Google Maps is hand-down one of the best navigation apps on Android and iPhone, but considering most of us use it <i>while</i> driving, it’s easy to miss …

Maps

A Tribute to the Late, Great Barrier Reef in Pictures

Australian Government

“우병우 사수 ‘작전세력’이 된 언론”

시세를 조종하고 교란하는 작전 세력들이 설치는 시장은 생태계를 파괴한다. 합리적인 자본 조달 기능은 마비되고 기업 가치에 대한 평가체계는 무너진다. 거짓과 사실이 뒤섞인 찌라시는 작전을 싣고 움직이는 폭탄이다. 중심세력은 치밀하게 작전을 기획하고 주도한다. 부스러기 …

sweet sweet dreams my lovely, and a toast to all that's good, there's a time for wake and a time for rest and much misunderstood. perhaps if conscious state was lost between the lines of dreams, then we'd be walking conscious states of our realities. but since we make the road that breaks us, may it take us home, may all that's good and misunderstood ..... oh I can't finish this poem

Mima Light Floating House

Thanks to a wooden foundation covered in mirrors, the Mima Light Floating House appears to levitate above the ground on which it sits. Its modular …

Architecture

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The Man Who Turned Hitler Into Hitler

In this prologue to the mesmerizing The Devil’s Diary, we meet Alfred Rosenberg, the evil mastermind who more than anyone shaped Hitler’s …

Morning in the park.

‘The Cosmic Web’ weaves tale of universe’s architecture

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Fantastic Flight: The Orion III Spaceplane from "2001: A Space Odyssey"

Publicity Poster for '2001'<p>Credit: NASA/Robert McCall, painting for “2001” promotional poster<p>The Orion III space plane is one of the most iconic …

Space Exploration

What Are These Strange Bright Spots on the Sun?

From our perch here on Earth, the sun seems pretty uniform from day to day. But a closer look in this new magnetic map reveals that it’s teeming with …

Physicists have a new tool to study the universe in unprecedented detail

The new model factors in the rotation of space-time and the amplitude of gravitational waves — the existence of which was confirmed just last month.<p>It's more accurate than previous software simulations, its developers say, because it takes into account the high-speed movements of particles and the …

Take a 360-degree video tour of CERN's Large Hadron Collider

CERN's Large Hadron Collider keeps delivering important scientific discoveries, but apart from some Google Street View images, it's pretty hard to grasp the scale of it. However, a new 360-degree video from the <i>BBC</i> (below) takes you on a visual tour of the world's largest machine. At up to 4K …

Hillary Clinton Appears Before Rally Completely Nude In Bid For Authenticity

<i>‘Here I Am, A Mere Human Being,’ Says Naked Candidate</i><p>RALEIGH, NC—Flatly declaring to audience members that she stood on stage as no more than a human …

15 Mesmerizing Underwater Photos That Show What's Really Under the Sea

Slightly eerie, yet extremely cool.<p>The winners of the 2016 Underwater Photographer of the Year Awards have been announced and the beautiful yet eerie photos are basically the <i>Titanic</i> and <i>Finding Nemo</i> in real life. The awards cover eight areas — wide angle, macro, wrecks, behavior, up & coming, …

16 Incredible Images Of Nature Like You've Never Seen It Before

Photography seems like it's a study of moments. You think of it as a waiting game, with an intrepid professional patiently hunched over a tripod …

The Best Biomedical Images of the Year Reveal the True Beauty of Biology

Every year, the Wellcome Trust rounds up the best biomedical images of the last twelve months as part of its Image Awards. This year, the pictures …

Hubble breaks cosmic record, captures most distant galaxy

A faint galaxy imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope has shattered the distance record for how far we've seen into space. GN-z11, as it's known, located in the direction of the constellation of Ursa Major, is a massive 13.4 billion light-years away, a galaxy in its infancy just 400 million years …

10 movies we might be talking about at next year's Oscars

This time last year, few people would have looked at "Spotlight," the movie that just won this year's Oscar for best picture and predicted, "<i>That</i> is a film the academy is just going to love!"<p>Meanwhile, "The Big Short," the Producers Guild picture winner, wasn't even on the 2015 schedule at this …

Here's Some of the Most Jaw-Dropping Science Fiction and Fantasy Artwork of the Past Year

Every year, the Spectrum Awards pick the most amazing art in science fiction and fantasy, from a number of categories including book covers, …

Stargazer Spies Star Clusters of the Gemini Constellation (Photo)

Brilliant star clusters in the cosmic twins that make up the constellation Gemini take center stage in this photo by an avid astrophotographer.<p>The …

Cosmology

Charles Darwin was no 'heroic genius', say scientists

Study claims every one of us is responsible for creating the world's brightest ideas, regardless of our own IQs<p>Charles Darwin and other pioneering thinkers were not "heroic geniuses", according to a new study saying we can all take credit for science's greatest discoveries<p>Innovations from the likes …

A Blind Woman Has Regained Sight Following a Controversial Stem Cell Treatment

This is incredible.<p>Vanna Belton from Baltimore has been blind for more than five years, but after undergoing surgery where stem cells extracted from …

Ready For The Robotic Age? Industry Predicted To Hit $135 Billion By 2019

According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), the wild west of innovation and integration that comprises today’s robotics industry is due for a serious boom.<p>The market research firm’s recent tell-all on the present and future of robotics, <i>Worldwide Commercial Robotics Spending Guide,</i> …

A brief history of witches by Suzannah Lipscomb

Between 1482 and 1782, thousands of people across Europe were accused of witchcraft and subsequently executed. But why were so many innocent people …

Negan From ‘The Walking Dead’ Is Being Teased As One Of The ‘Greatest TV Villains’ Ever

When it comes to television bad guys, it is hard to truly hate some of the greats. Boyd Crowder is one of the first who come to mind, Walter White on <i>Breaking Bad</i>, Al Swearengen on <i>Deadwood</i> is certainly a likeable villain, and it seems that <i>The Walking Dead</i> is set to introduce another to the mix with …

The Walking Dead