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The death of the iPod: A glimpse into the history of electronics

Since the days of the cassette player and landline phone, it's safe to say that technology has come a long way in a short time. This was illustrated recently when Apple decided to introduce the Apple Watch and remove the iPod Classic...

source: By Christina Nava
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Scientists said a female colossal squid weighing an estimated 770 pounds and thought to be only the...

source: AFP via Yahoo

Film director Alfred Hitchcock - "The Master of Suspense" - made thrillers that certainly captured his audience's imagination. But now, researchers from Western University in Canada have used one of his short films to reveal consciousness...

source: Medical News Today

One of the most important molecules on earth, calcium carbonate crystallizes into chalk, shells and...

source: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Since the days of the cassette player and landline phone, it's safe...

source: By Christina Nava

Clinical psychologists have a long tradition of attempting to understand what is "on the mind" of their clients by use of psychological tests. To this point, direct examination of brain activity as a window into the client's mind has remained elusive. But advances in the...

source: Psychology Today

In the one-sided battle between pedestrians and the automobile, the first shot was fired in London in 1896 when 44-year-old Bridget Driscoll became what is believed to be the first pedestrian victim of a petrol-driven car. Struck down by an automobile doing just 4mph during...

source: CNN


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