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Watch the world's rhythms compared with the aid of simple circles


Pizza, good movies, and great music are just some of the things that make the world go round. Over at TED-Ed, John Varney explains how rhythm can literally be perceived as a circular concept, as opposed to the traditional left-to-right format we're accustomed to.

Kenny G frantically disassociates himself from Hong Kong demonstrators


When famous saxophonist Kenny G tweeted a selfie from a Hong Kong protest site, he probably wasn't expecting to be rebuked by the Chinese government.

Microsoft is ending free Xbox Music streaming


Microsoft is closing its free Xbox Music streaming service effective December 1st. The company will continue to offer music streaming through its Xbox Music service, but users will need to purchase an Xbox Music Pass to do so, at a monthly price of $9.99.

First 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' trailer leaks online


Marvel planned to debut the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer during Agents of SHIELD next Tuesday, but apparently that plan isn't working out.

I hate myself for loving the Hemingwrite high-tech typewriter


The Hemingwrite — described as an "over-engineered typewriter for the 21st century" — should bother me.

Not even the Statue of Liberty is safe from brands


In the early 1900s, the Statue of Liberty changed from a dull copper hue to the green tint we know today, because by then green was in style and dull copper was basically passé (also because of oxidation).

Ebola travel bans are 'irrational,' says head of Red Cross


Imposing travel bans that prevent people from Ebola-stricken countries from leaving those countries would be "irrational," said Elhadj As Sy, Secretary General of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, during a press conference earlier today.

Using Google Inbox: this feels like the future of email


My favorite thing about Inbox, Google's radical new email app for Android, iOS, and the web, is that it's perfectly happy to have you use your email as a to-do list.

The 'Red Velvet' Oreo is a fake, and here's why


Earlier this week, a tweet sent the Twitter cookie community into an uproar. This tweet from @chevroletgirl, posted on October 18th, showed a picture of an alleged new limited edition flavor of Oreo, Red Velvet, complete with cream cheese flavored creme.

Some early Apple Pay users hit with duplicate charges


Large-scale consumer launches are rarely perfect, and Apple Pay isn't proving to be an exception. Plenty of people using Apple's mobile payments feature over the last few days have reported successful results.

The PlayStation TV is a waste of money for Vita fans


People love to say that the PlayStation Vita has no games. I'm the guy who tells them they're wrong. Though Sony's handheld hasn't been a huge success, it's one of my personal favorite devices.

The PlayStation TV is a waste of money for Vita fans


People love to say that the PlayStation Vita has no games. I'm the guy who tells them they're wrong. Though Sony's handheld hasn't been a huge success, it's one of my personal favorite devices.

'IMDb for cars' exists, and it's an incredible time-waster


Which episode of Doogie Howser, M.D. featured a Peterbilt 359? Just this morning, I would've assumed that there was absolutely no way of answering that without watching all of Doogie Howser, M.D.

'IMDb for cars' exists, and it's an incredible time-waster


Which episode of Doogie Howser, M.D. featured a Peterbilt 359? Just this morning, I would've assumed that there was absolutely no way of answering that without watching all of Doogie Howser, M.D.

Inside Twitter's ambitious plan to kill the password


As he traveled the world last year as part of a user research project, Michael Ducker noticed a problem.

Inside Twitter's ambitious plan to kill the password


As he traveled the world last year as part of a user research project, Michael Ducker noticed a problem.

Now the FBI is asking Congress to weaken iPhone and Android security


FBI Director James Comey has been on a media tour lately, making an anti-encryption pitch to the public.

Now the FBI is asking Congress to weaken iPhone and Android security


FBI Director James Comey has been on a media tour lately, making an anti-encryption pitch to the public.

Scientists sequenced the genome of a man who lived 45,000 years ago


Scientists have successfully sequenced the genome of a man who was alive 45,000 years ago, which makes the resulting sequence the oldest one researchers have ever obtained from a modern human.

Scientists sequenced the genome of a man who lived 45,000 years ago


Scientists have successfully sequenced the genome of a man who was alive 45,000 years ago, which makes the resulting sequence the oldest one researchers have ever obtained from a modern human.


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