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Tinder wants to use artificial intelligence to set you up on dates. It begs the question, could AI do a better job at matching us up than ourselves or even our friends? It sounds crazy but Tinder co-founder and chairman...
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Disney Research demonstrates an ‘ubiquitous wireless’ charging room

Wireless charging of phones today consists of setting it on a charging pad or dock. While this is technically wireless, it still keeps you tethered...
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Verizon will still buy Yahoo in light of data hackings

  Yahoo might have its flaws, but Verizon will still try and make it work for the two of them. The two companies announced an...
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What genetically engineered mice can tell us about cocaine addiction

Drug addiction isn’t just about making bad choices in life. One study on mutated lab mice is building on a body of work saying...
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YouTube ditching the 30 second unskippable ads starting in 2018

We’ve all been tricked by it. That one YouTube ad you think you can click “Skip Ad” on to get to the actual content...
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Chemicals banned in the 70s found in creatures living in the Mariana Trench

It’s hard to find a part of the Earth that hasn’t been impacted by human existence these days. Even the most remote beaches of...

WWF reports that global wildlife populations are dropping

From elephants to frogs to freshwater fish, a new report by the World Wildlife Fund says animals around the globe are in danger of...

Netflix’s Black Mirror ads target users of ad blockers

Netflix's recent ad campaign has jumped in the middle of a seemingly never-ending cat and mouse game between online advertisers and ad blockers. The targeted ads...

Comcast will soon bring data caps to most of the US

Heavy internet users with Comcast subscriptions take heed because your days of unlimited data are numbered. Starting November 1st, Comcast will start imposing a...