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5 Astronauts Told Us Their Most Terrifying Moments In Space

5 Astronauts Told Us Their Most Terrifying Moments In Space

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MOST OF THE WEB IS INVISIBLE TO GOOGLE. HERE’S WHAT IT CONTAINS

MOST OF THE WEB IS INVISIBLE TO GOOGLE. HERE’S WHAT IT CONTAINS

A ROADMAP OF THE INTERNET’S DARKEST ALLEYS

Here Is Why USB Drives Are Buried In Walls All Across New York

Here Is Why USB Drives Are Buried In Walls All Across New York

Did you know that USB Drives are embedded in walls, buildings and curbs in Big Apple?

How To Tell If You Need The New iPhone, In 1 Simple Flowchart

How To Tell If You Need The New iPhone, In 1 Simple Flowchart

After months and months of waiting, the iPhone 6 is here, along with its slightly heftier brother, the iPhone 6 Plus.

World Map of Every Internet Device

World Map of Every Internet Device

A World Map of every Internet Device, with red spots indicating where most of the devices are located.

Learn More Than 100 Keyboard Shortcuts

Learn More Than 100 Keyboard Shortcuts

Getting familiar with keyboard shortcuts not only help you get the work done faster, but also more efficient.

Scientists Manage to Selectively Erase and Restore Memories

Scientists Manage to Selectively Erase and Restore Memories

It seems that science fiction scenarios that involve erasing memories, which so far could be seen only in movies like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Men In Black, or movies like The Bourne Identity, are going to become a reality.

Can you learn in your sleep?

Can you learn in your sleep?

Sleep learning used to be a pipe dream. Now neuroscientists say they have found ways to enhance your memory with your eyes closed, says David Robson.

7 Futuristic Japanese Gadgets That America Needs to Get Right Now

7 Futuristic Japanese Gadgets That America Needs to Get Right Now

America: land of Silicon Valley and home of tech-heads making crazy dollars inventing things we never knew we needed.

New Invention Makes Ocean Water Drinkable

New Invention Makes Ocean Water Drinkable

Chemists with the University of Texas and the University of Marburg have devised a method of using a small electrical field that will remove the salt from seawater.

Smart glasses for people with poor vision being tested in Oxford

Smart glasses for people with poor vision being tested in Oxford

Oxford University researchers are measuring how their smart glasses can help people with limited vision navigate and avoid walking into obstacles.

How A New Technology Is Helping Paralyzed Patients Regain Use Of Their Legs

How A New Technology Is Helping Paralyzed Patients Regain Use Of Their Legs

Four young men are now using an implant that lets them move limbs they were told would never work again. What does this mean for the future of paralysis?