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Bonobo diet of aquatic greens may hold clues to human evolution
Observations of bonobos in the Congo basin foraging in swamps for aquatic herbs rich in iodine, a critical nutrient for brain development and higher cognitive…
Jul 01, 2019 23:59 UTC Science Read More

AI and machine learning dominate World Economic Forum’s list of 2019 Technology Pioneers
The World Economic Forum announced 56 companies selected as be Technology Pioneers, many using AI and machine learning across a broad range of…
Jul 01, 2019 23:04 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Citizen scientists discover cyclical pattern of complexity in solar storms
Citizen scientists have discovered that solar storms become more complex as the Sun's 11-year activity cycle reaches its maximum—a finding which could help…
Jul 01, 2019 22:59 UTC Science Read More

OnePlus accidentally sent some users a creepy yet hilarious push notification
How would you feel if you got a random push notification one morning that just read "Hahahahaha"? For a number of OnePlus 7 Pro users on Monday, that…
Jul 01, 2019 22:37 UTC Virtual-Reality Read More

Miraculous children's therapy that could finally save adults with cancer
Scott Davies, a driving instructor from Nottingham, had a form of blood cancer - acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, which affects 650 UK adults and children each…
Jul 01, 2019 22:33 UTC Health Read More

Three in four MPs ‘probably have poor mental health’
Three out of four MPs probably or definitely suffer from poor mental health, the first study of psychological wellbeing among parliamentarians at Westminster has…
Jul 01, 2019 22:29 UTC Health Read More

Venture-backed telemedicine startup Call9 is shutting down
More than three years ago, we told you about Call9, a young, Palo Alto, Calif.-based telemedicine startup that wanted to reduce unnecessary visits to emergency…
Jul 01, 2019 22:25 UTC Entrepreneurship Read More

Basis for AI decisions still not understood by humans:The
When senior fund manager Takuya Hiroi's artificial intelligence system recommends a trade, something.
Jul 01, 2019 21:59 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Overnight Health Care: Panel of judges set for ObamaCare case Trump officials delay 'conscience protection' rule Theranos founder to go on trial for fraud next summer TheHill
Welcome to Monday's Overnight Health Care.Congress is out for the Fourth of July recess but there is news about the big ObamaCare court case coming up next…
Jul 01, 2019 21:57 UTC Health-Care Read More

2 Dirt-Cheap Apparel Stocks
A backdrop of uncertainty has created some bargains.
Jul 01, 2019 21:11 UTC Business Read More

Uplay users, your account has not actually “been accessed from another location”
Ubisoft services are running into plenty of issues today, and a number of Uplay users have found themselves unable to login, greeted with the error message…
Jul 01, 2019 21:06 UTC Technology Read More

Watch Catastrophically Crashed Toyota 86 Drive Under Its Own Power
A crashed Toyota 86 is somehow still able to drive despite incurring a crash that leaves the body barely recognizable.
Jul 01, 2019 21:00 UTC Technology Read More

Crop Conditions Still Lag
Corn and soybean crops still struggle in the eastern Corn Belt.
Jul 01, 2019 20:53 UTC Business Read More

Oakland may send mental health experts, not police, for some 911 calls
We've seen it happen too many times. A person calls 911 to report a disturbance next door or out in the street. The police show up. Things go awry and the…
Jul 01, 2019 20:50 UTC Mental-Health Read More

Texas woman refuses to pay for cake she ate while shopping: police
Authorities say a Texas woman ate half a cake while roaming the aisles of a Walmart store and then refused to pay full price for it, claiming she had found it…
Jul 01, 2019 20:30 UTC Business Read More

Anti-vax teen that fought ban amid chickenpox outbreak loses in court—again
Judges in Kentucky have handed down another legal defeat to the unvaccinated teenager who sued his local health department for banning him from school…
Jul 01, 2019 20:19 UTC Health Read More

Walmart is using VR to help decide who should get promotions
Walmart, the largest private employer in the U.S. with 1.5 million workers, is using virtual reality to help find candidates for management positions in all 4,600…
Jul 01, 2019 20:15 UTC Virtual-Reality Read More

Physicists use light waves to accelerate supercurrents, enable ultrafast quantum computing
Jigang Wang patiently explained his latest discovery in quantum control that could lead to superfast computing based on quantum mechanics: He mentioned…
Jul 01, 2019 20:04 UTC Science Read More

NIH study finds long-term increased risk of cancer death following common treatment for hyperthyroidism
Findings from a study of patients who received radioactive iodine (RAI) treatment for hyperthyroidism show an association between the dose of treatment and…
Jul 01, 2019 20:00 UTC Health Read More

RCS Chat hands-on: Not yet iMessage for Android, but it’s a solid start [Video]
RCS and Google Chat messaging is supposed to be iMessage for Android, after a UK and France rollout, is it able to live up to that potential title?
Jul 01, 2019 19:59 UTC Technology Read More

Researchers using virtual reality to improve health
The National Institutes of Health is funding research to find where VR may help in medicine such as rehabilitation exercises, improving mental health, and…
Jul 01, 2019 19:59 UTC Virtual-Reality Read More

One in Five Americans Get Hurt By Someone Else's Drinking Every Year
The negative effects of secondhand smoke are well-documented—the CDC estimates that tens of thousands of nonsmokers die every year in the U.S. due to…
Jul 01, 2019 19:59 UTC Health Read More

AirPods top Galaxy Buds in new water test
Apple’s wireless earbuds face some new competition from Samsung’s cheaper Galaxy Buds, but a new water-damage test shows the cheaper price tag comes at a cost. Neither AirPods or Galaxy Buds boast waterproofing but do have some water resistance. The folks at CNET pitted the two earbuds against each other in a new real-world test along with the new Powerbeats Pro and the results were pretty bad for Samsung lovers. CNET put all three buds in the laundry to see if they’d survive. I’ve done this on accident to my Apple Earbuds and they’ve still worked after a trip through the dryer but the soun...
Jul 01, 2019 19:57 UTC Gadgets Read More

Why You Can't Stop Farting at the Gym
You're in the middle of a squat when suddenly you hear it. Or maybe you feel it, or worse, even smell it. However it goes down, you just let one rip in the gym.
Jul 01, 2019 19:54 UTC Health Read More

New batch of blood pressure medication recalled over cancer concerns
More blood pressure medication has been added to the long list of recalled hypertension drugs.
Jul 01, 2019 19:44 UTC Health Read More

Physicists use light waves to accelerate supercurrents, enable ultrafast quantum computing
Scientists have discovered that terahertz light -- light at trillions of cycles per second -- can act as a control knob to accelerate supercurrents. That can help open…
Jul 01, 2019 19:41 UTC Science Read More

Evolution of life in the ocean changed 170 million years ago
New research identifies a previously overlooked global event which changed the course of the evolution of life in the oceans. It coincided with a rise in calcium…
Jul 01, 2019 19:23 UTC Science Read More

Water Test: AirPods vs. Powerbeats vs. Galaxy Buds
Are these wireless earbuds secretly waterproof? We put the Apple AirPods, Powerbeats Pro and Samsung Galaxy Buds through the wringer (and the laundry) to see if they live up to their claims of water-resistance. Find out if these Bluetooth buds can withstand the elements and still be able to connect to your phone, play music and record audio from the microphone. See AirPods at Amazon: See Powerbeats Pro at Amazon: See Galaxy Buds at Amazon: CNET may get a commission from these offers. Subscribe to CNET: https://www.youtu...
Jul 01, 2019 18:59 UTC Gadgets Read More

Total solar eclipse, black moon, double meteor shower and more July 2019 astronomy events
Astronomy events for July 2019 include a total solar eclipse on July 2, a Thunder Moon partial eclipse on July 16 and a black moon on July 31.
Jul 01, 2019 18:37 UTC Science Read More

How you and your friends can play a video game together using only your minds
Telepathic communication might be one step closer to reality thanks to new research from the University of Washington. A team created a method that allows…
Jul 01, 2019 18:36 UTC Science Read More

MIT made an AI that can detect and create fake images
Creating digital renderings and editing images can take hours, but researchers from MIT and IBM want to change that. They've trained AI to generate…
Jul 01, 2019 18:17 UTC Artificial-Intelligence Read More

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: 'Red Flag' for Subsequent ATTR, Heart Failure
Carpal tunnel syndrome may be an early warning sign of amyloidosis and heart failure, a Danish study showed. Matched by age and sex to the general…
Jul 01, 2019 18:00 UTC Health Read More

Here are the stock market’s winners and losers in the first half of 2019
Microsoft leads Dow components, while Tesla is the worst Nasdaq-100 stock, with a 33% slide.
Jul 01, 2019 17:45 UTC Markets Read More

Battle Of Cloud Computing ETFs
The First Trust Cloud Computing ETF (SKYY) raked in $1.1 billion in *fresh* net assets in the third week of June—a huge sum for an otherwise narrowly focused…
Jul 01, 2019 17:30 UTC Computing Read More

How should humanity respond to first contact from extra-terrestrials'?
The UK Seti Research Network (UKSRN) are to launch what is believed to be the largest ever survey of public attitudes towards alien contact and how we…
Jul 01, 2019 17:07 UTC Science Read More

How one man ate his way to happiness and health
The health benefits of weight loss and a good diet are well known, and a recent study shows this includes mental health. Better nutrition and a lower body mass…
Jul 01, 2019 17:00 UTC Nutrition Read More


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