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Open Offices Might Make Us Sick, According to Science
The Home Version of 'Minority Report' Interface Might Be Real in June [VIDEO]
Finalizing the $16 Billion WhatsApp Sale Was Planned Around a Plane Ticket Bought With Reward Points...
Facebook Might Be Good For Kids with Dyslexia
The Reason You Forget a Name As Soon As You Hear It [VIDEO]
The brain is a complex thing. Have you ever wondered how your memory works? The short answer: Your brain encodes stuff! The problem with that though? Not everything is encoded. Which is why you forget a name as soon as you hear them. Watch this vid...
DARPA's Futuristic Brain Implant Will Restore Lost Memories [VIDEO]
DARPA is working on a project to create a brain implant for soldiers that can restore memories lost due to head injuries. The implant would be placed inside a soldier's brain to record memories as they happen, and in the case of brain injury, the ...
This is How Your Brain Makes Memories and It Was Captured on Film [VIDEO]
How are memories made in the brain? For the first time ever, scientists at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have documented the process. They managed to capture how our brain makes memories in video.Prior to this, Japa...
Want to Boost Your Long-Term Memory? Drink Two Espressos.
Don't we just love our morning coffee. Now there's even better news. Drinking coffee can lead to enhancing your long-term memory! The study was led by Michael Yassa from the University of California, Irvine. 160 participants were asked to study imag...
Samsung's New Chips Fits 4GB of RAM Into Phones
Samsung's latest memory chips are so efficient, they could make 4GB of RAM in phones the industry standard. Say hoorah. 4K phones could be very real. Samsung's first 1GB low power DDR4 memory chips uses a higher bandwidth than its predecessors. It r...
Scientists Have Figured Out a Way to Erase Bad Memories
Ever wanted to get rid of your bad memories? Scientists have just found a way to do so using electroshock therapy. Exactly like the movie Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind perhaps? Dutch neuroscientists devised an electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)...
MIT Makes Algorithm to Make Your Picture More Memorable
We've all said this to someone before: "You look familiar. I've seen you from somewhere before". In actual fact, they probably didn't, and it turns out there's a science to this and it could make your face more memorable. Researchers from MIT's Comp...
Researchers Have Figured Out Why Marijuana Causes Memory Problems
A new study is suggesting that over the counter painkillers could prevent the side effects of marijuana use - learning problems and memory loss. But what causes it? Researchers may have figured it out. In a study published in the journal Cell, resea...
Next Gen SD Cards Will Support 4K Video Shooting
4K video has previously been reserved to pro-level equipment. The memory cards in most devices can't keep up with the capacity or such data. The next generation SD cards aren't going to miss out on this. The SD Association has announced that an Ultr...
Build An SSD Drive With Old microSD Cards
Got some unwanted memory cards in storage? Instead of letting them rot, you can use them to build an SSD drive. Cards up to 32GB in size are supported, giving you a very usable 128GB of high-speed storage, and for best results you'll want to stick ...
Who Was The Guy Responsible for the Progress Bar?
Privacy Watchdog Warns: Don't Trust Facebook with WhatsApp
Why Do Rich People Want More Money? Researchers Might Have Figured It Out
New Blood Test Could Reveal How Soon You're Going To Die
The Guy Who Invented Bitcoin, Wants To Be Left Alone [UPDATED]
Def Leppard 2.0: Meet The Guy Who's Got a Bionic Drumming Arm [VIDEO]
Apple Patents Emergency Alert That Calls for Help When You Can't
Here's What WhatsApp Could Look Like After Facebook Takes Over
This Unassuming Slim iPhone Case Will Track Your Health and More [VIDEO]
Interactive Project Aims to Build Largest Database of Human Emotion GIFs
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