How To Outsmart Fake News In Your Facebook Feed

2. Does the headline match the information in the article? Mantzarlis says one of the biggest reasons bogus news spreads on Facebook is because people get sucked in by a headline and don’t bother to click through. Just this week, several dubious organizations circulated a story about Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi. “Pepsi STOCK Plummets After CEO Tells Trump… Read More »

Revealed: Winners Of The ‘Oscars Of Watches’

The Public Prize, chosen by votes submitted internationally online and at select international watch exhibitions, was awarded to the 33 bis Quai des Bergues by Czapek Genève. The winning watches were shown in Seoul, Rome and Geneva before they arrived in Dubai on November 15 for their final hurrah at Dubai Watch Week. Watches from Audemars Piguet, Montblanc,… Read More »

Driverless ‘Roborace’ Car Makes Street Track Debut

Read: Electric race car showcases driverless future #FormulaE next stop: #Morocco 🇲🇦 #MarrakeshePrix #CNNSupercharged — CNN Sport (@cnnsport) November 11, 2016 Using a variety of sensors — including GPS, radar and ultrasonics — allied to sophisticated computer programs, the car learns how to navigate a track at speed avoiding all obstacles. “What we are doing is at… Read More »

Flying A Sports Car With Wings

Now that I’m in control, my whole body tenses for a good five minutes. Am I really ready to pilot this shiny new machine all by myself? I’m not entirely sure. However, I take comfort in the fact that the A5 was built specifically for people like me, and it was designed to drive like a car. Plus,… Read More »

This NASA Astronaut Voted From Space

NASA astronaut David Wolf was the first American to vote in space while on the Russian Mir Space Station in a 1997 local election, according to NPR. Sumber:

Teen Girls Prepare For Space Launch

Information received twice a day will go towards disaster prevention. It’s part of a project by South Africa’s Meta Economic Development Organization (MEDO) working with Morehead State University in the US. Photos: Africa’s journey to space Africa has been slow to embark on space travel. But new projects on the continent look promising. South Africa’s ambitious Square Kilometer… Read More »

Going To Space Is A Real Pain In The Back

Much attention has been focused on intervertebral discs, the spongy shock absorbers that sit between our vertebrae, as the culprit for the back issues that astronauts face. But the new study runs counter to that thinking. In this research, funded by NASA, Chang’s team observed little to no changes in the discs, their height or swelling. Hope, Courage… Read More »

Russian Gamers Race To Prevent Nuclear ‘war’

A mad Russian general has pushed the nuclear button – and gamers must stop missiles launching “I’m worried because there is very stupid information from both sides,” said Maxim Motin, a Russian who has just completed the Red Button Quest game. “I know that normal people all over the world don’t want any war,” he added. A nation… Read More »

What Parents Should Know About The VR Gear Kids Want

Key features • Inexpensive • Compatible with most smartphones and iOS or Android apps labeled “VR” (except for the View-Master, which uses specially designed apps) • More like a 3D movie than true VR • Best for educational content and games • Selection of high-quality apps is currently fairly limited. Try the New York Times’ VR Virtual Reality… Read More »

Japan’s Boom In Weird Wearable Tech

In short, wacky wearable tech. Wearable tech in Japan In 2013, Japan sold 530,000 units of wearable tech devices, according to Yano Research Institute. That figure is predicted to leapfrog to 13.1 million units in 2017. Photos: From geek to chic: Wearable technology for 2015 travel Photos: From geek to chic: Wearable technology for 2015 travel Apple Watch… Read More »