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Bartenders, never ever kill someone by serving too many consecutive shots

Bartenders, never ever kill someone by serving too many consecutive shots

BGRBGRFri 7:45am 583A bartender in France thought it’s perfectly fine to serve someone 56 consecutive shots. But after his customer died…

Third Stage Design Problem Cause of Most Recent Proton Failure

SlashdotSlashdot12:20am 362schwit1 writes: The Russian investigation into the latest Proton rocket failure has concluded that the failure was…
IKEA’s wireless charging furniture now available for purchase

IKEA’s wireless charging furniture now available for purchase

TechnoBuffaloTechnoBuffaloFri 11:00pm 309See full gallery on TechnoBuffalo As promised earlier this year, IKEA’s wireless charging furniture is now available…
Watch this now: The best movie of the year is now on YouTube for free

Watch this now: The best movie of the year is now on YouTube for free

BGRBGRFri 1:22pm 296This summer movie season has been full of action-packed blockbusters, from the highly anticipated Avengers: Age of…
Police in India arrested a pigeon suspected of spying for Pakistan

Police in India arrested a pigeon suspected of spying for Pakistan

BGRBGRFri 10:15pm 249While some countries are having trouble spying on suspects than because of communication encryption, India has other…
10 hidden Android M features Google didn’t discuss in its I/O keynote

10 hidden Android M features Google didn’t discuss in its I/O keynote

BGRBGRFri 11:52am 240Google on Thursday unveiled Android M, its newest major Android release that focuses on significantly improving the…
Google’s surprising portal into the future of virtual reality

Google’s surprising portal into the future of virtual reality

VentureBeatVentureBeat12:00am 217Google is the most important tech company in the world, depending on who you ask. Between YouTube, Google search, and…
Google's solar plane crashed earlier this month

Google's solar plane crashed earlier this month

EngadgetEngadgetFri 10:43pm 213According to Bloomberg Business, the National Transportation Safety Board is investigating an incident wherein Google's…

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What scares you most about ‘the cloud’?

The RegisterThe RegisterThu 8:37am 492Or more to the point, what people do with it Tech Panel Cloud computing has gone mainstream. While a hard-core of…

IT Security Pros See Rise in Salaries

eWeekeWeekWed 9:00am 662Lead software security engineers, security consultants and others tasked with repelling cyber-threats can expect to earn…
New iOS Bug Crashing iPhones Simply by Receiving a Text Message

New iOS Bug Crashing iPhones Simply by Receiving a Text Message

MacRumorsMacRumorsTue 11:34pm 574A new bug has been discovered in the Messages app, allowing a string of characters sent to a person via iMessage or text…
Linux creator says Windows, OS X, iOS and Android are all malware

Linux creator says Windows, OS X, iOS and Android are all malware

BGRBGRTue 6:50am 759Richard Stallman, known for his instrumental role in the creation of Linux, has written an opinion piece arguing that…
Super-efficient solar cells can power homes in unforgiving areas

Super-efficient solar cells can power homes in unforgiving areas

EngadgetEngadgetMon 12:22am 585Scientists have long talked about black silicon (that is, silicon with nano-sized structures) having the potential to…

BlackBerry Laying Off Workers in Handset Unit

Re/codeRe/codeSat 11:23pm 686The company will cut an undisclosed number of workers as it seeks to make its shrinking phone business profitable.
This is what an astronaut sees during an aborted spaceflight

This is what an astronaut sees during an aborted spaceflight

The VergeThe VergeSat 9:07pm 827Yesterday, SpaceX released footage of a May 6th pad abort test for its Crew Dragon spacecraft. The video is filmed from…

Study: Science Still Seen As a Male Profession

SlashdotSlashdotSat 8:04pm 564sciencehabit sends news of a study published in the Journal of Educational Psychology which found that science is still…