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Science Just Got Heavier: Element 117 Confirmed

Science Just Got Heavier: Element 117 Confirmed

A new element is about to enter the periodic table after two teams of scientists confirmed it, and element 117 could push science beyond its limits, thanks to its super-heavy nature. Although this new element was first discovered in 2010 by a Russian-American team at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, scientists in […]

McDonald’s Remains Under Scrutiny

McDonald’s Remains Under Scrutiny

McDonald’s remains under scrutiny after some of its workers in New York, California and Michigan filed cases against the company. The dissatisfied workers insist that the fast-food enterprise is “stealing” wages, especially since they are the lowest paid employees in the United States with an average hourly wage of $9.09. At the same time, shareholder […]

Apple vs. Samsung: The War Just Got Messy

Apple vs. Samsung: The War Just Got Messy

The war between Apple and Samsung just got messy and both tech giants play dirty not only in courtrooms, but also in commercials. It has become an indisputable truth that both companies release ads that allude to each other’s products and, although Samsung has softened its battles on-screen, Apple has not returned its favor. Therefore, […]

World Cup Biggest Problem: Stadium Delays Alter Ticket Availability

World Cup Biggest Problem: Stadium Delays Alter Ticket Availability

Stadium delays seem to be altering ticket availability, which determined World Cup fans and FIFA management to believe that the problems could affect the smooth running of the event. As a result, FIFA has announced that they are withholding seven percent of tickets until May, when it will be known for sure how many seats […]

Nissan Develops the Self-Cleaning Car [VIDEO]

Nissan Develops the Self-Cleaning Car [VIDEO]

Nissan has developed the world’s first self-cleaning car and, although the Japanese carmaker does not plan to include the benefit of covering its vehicles in nano paint as standard, it could become an aftermarket option. The company has joined forces with UltraTech International Inc. and tested the latter’s hydrophobic and oleophobic paint that can spare […]

Nest Thermostat for Sale on Google Play Store

Nest Thermostat for Sale on Google Play Store

Nest Learning Thermostat is now for sale on Google Play Store and, although the product listing appeared briefly, it remains the only one available on both Apple and Google’s’s retail site. Moreover, since the gadget was introduced on Play Store in time for Earth Day, Nest promised to plant a tree for every thermostat sold […]

Assassin’s Creed: Unity Sets a Record Within the Franchise

Assassin’s Creed: Unity Sets a Record Within the Franchise

Assassin’s Creed: Unity will reportedly set a record within the franchise thanks to Ubisoft’s decision to include a four-player “narrative” co-operative mode. According to former NeoGAF poster shinobi602, the developer is planning to introduce two demos for Unity during this June’s E3; one for the single-player mode and the other for the version which allows […]

Weirdest Easter Traditions From Around the World

Weirdest Easter Traditions From Around the World

Children from the United States grow up waiting for the Easter bunny to deliver eggs and candy, but when crossing the ocean, nations from around the world compete in the weirdest traditions. These practices include eating turtles and iguanas, waiting for the bilby instead of the bunny or women getting whipped by men. The week […]

Asian Air Pollution Could Be Responsible for Drastic Weather Changes

Asian Air Pollution Could Be Responsible for Drastic Weather Changes

In the first study of its kind, researchers have found out that the Asian air pollution could be responsible for the drastic weather changes that affected not only the United States, but the entire¬†world. As the research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on Monday shows, there is an undeniable link […]

Google’s Secret Lab Features Teleportation and Space Elevators

Google’s Secret Lab Features Teleportation and Space Elevators

Google’s secret lab, called X features unattainable projects like teleportation, space elevators and hoverboards, but for Astro Teller, Captain of Moonshots, ideas must be borderline crazy in order to receive green light. Fast Company’s Jon Gertner succeeded in entering the most talked about secret lab in the world, namely X where ideas like driverless cars […]

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