Monthly Archives: December 2016

Forget Selfie Sticks: This Drone Captures Photos & Videos in Midair

Drone Captures Photos & Videos

Instead of extending your arm or using a selfie stick to snap shots of you and your crew, you could use a new pocket-size drone — dubbed the “AirSelfie” — to help you remotely capture aerial photos & videos. The AirSelfie is the brainchild of Italian entrepreneur Edoardo Stroppiana, who came up with the idea in 2014. “AirSelfie is specifically designed ...

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Zika virus can keep growing in infant brains even after birth

Zika virus can keep growing

U.S. researchers have found evidence of the Zika virus replicating in fetal brains for up to seven months after the mother became infected with the virus, and they showed the virus can persist even after birth, according to a study published on Tuesday. The findings confirm earlier observations from case studies suggesting that the mosquito-borne Zika virus can grow in ...

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Emily, Bella Hadid & Victoria’s Secret pals show off beach bodies

top models beach-bodies

Emily Ratajkowski and Bella Hadid showed off their insane bikini bodies as they enjoyed a break in the sun before Christmas. The top models looked sensational in a pair of black bikinis as they posed seductively on a jet ski together. Bella, 20, was taking a much-needed break with her pals after making her Victoria’s Secret debut in Paris. Also ...

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Why There Are No Talking Monkeys

No Talking Monkey

Why can’t monkeys talk to humans? Because we don’t listen. Next question! Oh, you want the scientific reason. Ask a monkey – if you can find one with a really, really big brain. A new study has determined that monkeys have the vocal ability to talk but they don’t because they’re lacking the mental ability to say, “Stop calling me ...

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Haunting photos of Japanese mini-submarine sunk during Pearl Harbor attack

Japanese mini-submarine sunk

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released photographs of a Japanese mini-submarine that was sunk at the very beginning of the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941, and they’re haunting. On Wednesday, the 75th anniversary of the “date which will live in infamy,” the NOAA ship Okeanos Explorer dispatched a robotic vehicle to explore two Japanese mini submarines, an event that they ...

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Man Claims to be 120 Years Old and the World’s Oldest Virgin

World’s Oldest Virgin

If his claims are true, he puts the 40-year-old virgin to shame. If he’s as old as he says he is while looking as good as he does, it’s a mystery why he’s not a hit with the ladies. If he really is 120 years old, he belongs in the record books and that’s what he just applied for. He’s ...

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Dhaka clinch BPL 2016 title

Dynamites clinch BPL 2016 title

Dhaka Dynamites clinched the title of the 4th Bangladesh Premier League T20, outplaying Rajshahi Kings by 56 runs in the grand final at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur on Friday. With this title, a capital city franchise has bagged the BPL title for the 3rd time, bagging the title in 2012 and 2013 under a previous franchise (Dhaka Gladiators). ...

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Ears in the sky? NSA, GCHQ, intercepted in-flight phone calls

Ears in the sky

The National Security Agency and its British counterpart the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) have been intercepting in-flight mobile phone calls for more than 10 years, according to a report by French newspaper Le Monde. Citing documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, Le Monde reports that the agencies began targeting cell phone use on commercial flights in 2005. A 2012 ...

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