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Japan To Drop Swastikas From Maps

Japan To Drop Swastikas From Maps
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Revolutionary New Glue Could Shake Up Electronics Industry

An innovative new type of metal glue that sets at room temperature might be able to put an end to delicate soldering techniques that are used in various electro...

Multimillion Dollar Robot Butler A Bust

It may be a while before we have robotic human-like butlers cleaning our homes. However, a team of researchers and developers from Florida known as Team IHMC an...

Davos Boss Warns Refugee Crisis Could Lead To Something Much Bigger

According to the executive chairman of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab, falling commodities prices could soon bring even more immigrants to Europe. Such a...

Icelandic Whaling Company Calls Off Fin Whale Hunt

Iceland’s only fin whaling company, Hvalur, just reported that it has canceled its annual summer hunt of fin whales, an endangered species. The company’s pr...

Apple's Tim Cook Hits FBI In Weak Spot

Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken the debate of whether or not the government should be allowed to access the personal data held within iPhones to the media. In a re...

Rare Planetary Alignment To Occur This Month

Starting this week, the planets of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will all be visible in the sky, offering an extremely rare sight for stargazers. The...

US Military Planning To Connect Humans To Computers To Create Cyborgs

American soldiers might soon become cyborgs, as the United States government is looking into amazing new technology that would allow soldiers to connect directl...

Tainted Medical Scopes Have Sickened Hundreds

According to a recently published report from a Senate health committee, the number of patients harmed by contaminated medical scopes in recent years is much hi...

Offering This In School Cafeterias Could Help With Obesity

A recent study has shown that schools might be able to help reduce obesity in young people by offering chilled water in their cafeterias. The study was led by N...

Signs Of Food Allergies Might Show Up In Newborn's Blood

A new study suggests that signature features of an overly active immune system can be detected in the blood of newborn infants. By detecting these features, doc...

IPhone Admits To Misleading IPhone 6 6S Plus Misleading Battery Meters

It turns out that the battery meter from your iPhone 6S or iPhone 6S+ smartphone might not be very honest. Apple has come forward and admitted that there is a b...

This North Dakota Crude Oil Is Worth Almost Nothing

It’s no secret that oil prices are at some of the lowest values we’ve seen in years. But for one oil buyer from North Dakota, the commodity is so worthless,...

Standing Desks Show Promise For Students

There’s some good news for students who hate sitting down in class, as a recent study has shown that standing desks may improve both physical health and cogni...