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Yep: These dumb things really happened thanks to “smart” devices.
Have some fun at work with these mischievous computer pranks—but don’t be surprised when your cubemates strike back.
Where we see tangled headphones, annoying insects, and painful bandages, these scientists saw the beginnings of world-changing medical advances.
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NASA astronaut Cady Coleman consulted on the film, and talked to us about why it’s a surprisingly realistic thriller.
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According to the American Cancer Society, there is a 1 in 8 chance of a woman having invasive breast cancer during her lifetime, and a 1 in 36 chance that she will die of the disease. Meet nine ordinary people who are making extraordinary strides to lower those odds even further.
Sabrina Brady’s heartwarming “best day ever” won a high-stakes Google design contest.
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Yes, well-designed video games are stealing story lines, acquiring actors, and winning over our wallets.
The Earth is getting warmer. Luckily, scientists around the world are working on creative ways to keep our planet cool.
Who knew Super Mario was connected to Popeye? Or that Monopoly helped free Allied POWs? One expert sounds off on the game facts you never quite knew about.
According to new research, your social networking habits might be affecting your brain more than you know.
Research shows 95 percent of people put off till tomorrow what they could do today, a habit that affects friends, families, and coworkers. Here’s how to stop procrastinating for good.
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