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Sex Box: The TV show that may improve your relationship

Mar 03, 15 Sex Box: The TV show that may improve your relationship

Posted by in Lifestyle, Media & Entertainment, WTF???

Couples may find their relationship headed toward a downward spiral from time to time with careers, mortgages, and children putting a strain on their sex lives. However, American television may hold the solution to the most common relationship woes with the most extreme form of couples therapy we've seen of late, We TV’s Sex Box.

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YouTube toys with a TV-like feature

Mar 03, 15 YouTube toys with a TV-like feature

Posted by in Technology

YouTube, the behemoth of online video, may have to become more like the medium it hopes to replace one day if it wants to attract an even broader audience. That’s why Google's video unit has been experimenting with a feature called What’s Next, which offers users videos in a continuous, linear fashion -- just like TV.

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Darpa seeks aid monitoring the Arctic

Mar 03, 15 Darpa seeks aid monitoring the Arctic

Posted by in Science

Government leaders in Northern Hemisphere countries are mentioning melting ice in the Arctic more than ever in their strategic plans, but the region’s remoteness makes it difficult for any of them to know exactly what their neighbors are doing up there.

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Space oddity: Astronaut Christ Hadfield’s flight suit bought in vintage store

Mar 03, 15 Space oddity: Astronaut Christ Hadfield’s flight suit bought in vintage store

Posted by in Space

Call it a cosmic connection. Former Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield’s flight suit mysteriously shows up in local thrift shop, where it languishes unnoticed. A space medical researcher on her lunch break happens to see it. And buys it for $40.

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Robots will soon be making you a custom-fitted sweater

Mar 03, 15 Robots will soon be making you a custom-fitted sweater

Posted by in Technology

The deadline for the order of neck warmers is mere days away, and less than half of them are complete. The seconds continue ticking by, yet the staff is nonplussed. That’s because this isn’t a sweatshop. It’s the Apparel Lab of the Pratt Institute Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator.

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Redefining gender: Is there a spectrum between boy and girl?

Mar 03, 15 Redefining gender: Is there a spectrum between boy and girl?

Posted by in Science

The sex designation of your brain and body may not be as black and white as scientists have believed it to be. Instead gender may fall somewhere on a gray scale. Scientists are trying to unravel the complex biological breakdowns of gender, and as they learn more, it’s becoming more apparent there aren’t just men and women among us.

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Great remedies for sore throats

Mar 03, 15 Great remedies for sore throats

Posted by in Health

It is that time of the year when people suffer from sore throats due to myriad diseases, viruses, and infectors. From allergies to the cold to strep, it is hard to walk around and not run into someone suffering greatly from his sore throat.

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Vivid molluscs may hold key to virtual reality apps

Mar 03, 15 Vivid molluscs may hold key to virtual reality apps

Posted by in Science, Technology

A tiny mollusc found on British shores may hold the secret to developing an "augmented version" of reality - a discovery that could potentially revolutionise the fledgling world of wearable apps such as Google Glass.

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SpaceX successfully launches first all-electric ion thruster satellites

Mar 03, 15 SpaceX successfully launches first all-electric ion thruster satellites

Posted by in Space

SpaceX successfully launched its Falcon 9 rocket with a debut payload of two satellites on Sunday night from Cape Canaveral’s Space Launch Complex. The satellites, which are the first fully electrically-powered ones to be launched, are powered by xenon-ion thrusters.

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Kids aren’t always precious little altruists

Mar 03, 15 Kids aren’t always precious little altruists

Posted by in Science

Sharing is a virtue most parents strive to instill in their children, but a recent study from the British Psychological Society has revealed that not all school kids have the same motivation behind their altruistic behavior.

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