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Bill Gates Interview: "I Wish I Had Steve Jobs' Sense Of Design"
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Computer Simulation Predicts The Negative Side Effects Of Drugs
A new set of computer models have been successfully created to predict the negative side effects of hundreds of current drugs. This latest development could see more efficient development in pharmaceuticals, aiding the development of a drug without ...
Forensics Tool Can Access Phone's Data via the Cloud
Privacy is almost gone. Now, the police don't even have to get a hold of your phone anymore to know how you've been using it. A new off the shelf forensics tool will let them retrieve all the data they want from your iPhone by accessing its contents...
Good Cholesterol Not As Good as Previously Thought
Scientists have suggested that high levels of HDL, ask "good cholesterol" to reduce the risk of heart attack. However, new evidence is suggesting that might not be the case after all. The research appearing in The Lancet shows existing assumptions t...
Science Proves That Junk Food Makes You Miserable
Who doesn't love a double cheeseburger? Its awesome? Does seeing that picture make you want to take a bite of it for lunch? But the next time you're stuffing your face with one of those things, ask yourself if it is really making you happy. Accordin...
Scientists Build Scales To Weigh a Single Proton
How heavy is an atom? Its hard to determine it if you don't have the proper scale to weigh it. Now, scientists have made a set that can measure the smallest unit of mass, the yoctogram, which is less than the mass of a single proton. To give you an ...
Learning to Code More Could Be More Popular Than Learning a Foreign Language
Would you rather learn a new language or learn how to code? Of course, the picture aside, learning how to code doesn't necessarily mean you'll know how to hack, nor should you for any reason if you don't want to get in trouble. The New York Times is...
Study: Watching Sad Movies Makes You Happier
Sad movies are tear jerkers. We're all suckers for it, and a new study suggests that the reason for that might be incredibly simple: It turns out that sad films make us happy.Carried out at The Ohio State University, researchers tried to get to the ...
Apple's Nano-SIM Under Fire From Nokia, Motorola and RIM
Last year, it became apparent that Apple was planning to introduce a new SIM card, even tinier than the micro SIMs it uses in the iPhone 4S and iPad. But now Apple is trying to push the idea through regulators—and its competitors are having none of ...
New Hard Drives Contain More Bits Per Square Inch Than the Milky Way Has Stars
How's this for a feat? Seagate's latest hard drive manages to squeeze in a data density of one terabit per square inch. The hard drive uses an extremely complex heat assisted magnetic recording to do that. The process doubles the storage capacity of...
Chrome Finally Gets Breached In Google's $1 Million Hackathon
Google offered prizes totaling $1 million for those capable of exploiting its browser in Chrome. A student has walked away with one of the top prizes, earning $60,000 bby hacking a PC running Chrome. At Google's event Pwnium, Sergey Glazunov, a Russ...
Human Stem Cells Have Been Cloned For the First Time
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