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Selfie-Esteem: Smartphone Pics Can Boost Spirits

Snapping selfies with your smartphone and sharing them may boost your mood, according to a new study. The findings show that taking pictures and sharing them "can lead to increased positive feelings,"...

This Is What The Future of Sex Looks Like

In a rapidly changing world many aspects of our lives are being transformed by technology, including how we feel and express our sexuality. Among many other innovations, we can communicate instantly...

R.I.P Samsung Milk Music

The fateful day hath come: Samsung’s music streaming app Milk Music has finally expired as of September 22nd. At least in the US. Samsung launched its own music streaming service way back...

Your Email Account Has Been ‘Jacked’ Now What?

  Yahoo announced today that 500 million user accounts were compromised, but it’s just the latest in a series of megabreaches. This summer's events, exposing user names, passwords and other personal data, tallied up...

The Feds Are Watching More People Now On Twitter

A report published Wednesday by Twitter Inc. showed that the the total number of user accounts specified in requests from U.S. authorities increased in the first half of this year compared with the...

The State of Music As We Know It

The US music industry generated more that $1 billion dollars with paid streaming during the first half of 2016, according to new data released by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)....

This Smart Alarm Clock Wants To Turn You Into A Morning Person

Using your phone as an alarm clock might be the easiest way to wake up in the morning, but a screen in the bedroom is generally a bad idea when it...

How To Win Friends And Influence People Using Robots

Despite being trapped in Moscow, National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden often ambles through meeting rooms and conference halls in New York City. He does so using the same technology that lets 11-year-old Lexie Kinder, housebound with...

Enter A New Era In Automobiles

Here’s how it usually happens: Technology comes first, and the law follows. Airplanes first flew across the skies long before control towers popped up, and cellphones were ubiquitous long before texting-while-driving...

Creepy: A Drone With Robotic Arms

Japanese company Prodrone has released what it calls "the world's first dual robot arm large-format drone", with the ability to carry heavy objects and perform detailed tasks. The PD6B-AW-ARM drone weighs 20...