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New HIV discovery could keep virus sleeping

Researchers from the Salk Institute for Biological Studies (SIBS) may have found the key to stopping the HIV-1 engine from starting. HIV is a deadly virus that remains dormant until conditions are favorable for it to begin replication and eventually knocking out the immune system. It is a long this

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Facebook tells users to get a Rooms

Facebook wants you to get a room, virtually. The social media goliath just launched Rooms, an app that lets users congregate anonymously to discuss things that are relevant to them. Users are sent QR Code that identifies each Room, so anyone that’s not part of the secret society can’t access

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Goodbye skateboard, hello Hendo hoverboard

Hendo and Arx Pax are working a hoverhoard, and it’s wicked if you’re into that type of stuff. The board is a self-powered unit that levitates using four disc-shaped hover engines, which create a special magnetic field that pushes against itself. Purportedly, the current prototype can handle a full-grown adult

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New math app makes cheating easy

Every once in awhile, there comes a mobile app revolutionizes everything, but some times one comes along and we’re just not quite sure what to say about it. PhotoMath from MicroBlink is just that. It’s a math problem-solving app that might just change the way we go about studying and,

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Apple drops new iMac with 5K display

Pixel maniacs will get a kick out of Apple’s new 27-inch iMac with a 5K display. The new iMac model utilizes 14.7 million pixels, and a slew of other fancy features to deliver a high-end desktop experience. The 5K display features a 5120 x 2880 display, which is four times

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Engineers ready first ever 3D-printed rocket for launch

There’s something about hobbyist projects and beers that somehow always yield promising results. A team of engineers, fueled by brews, in the UK has shown off a rocket that they’ve designed and built using mostly just 3D-printed parts. “You can do highly complex shapes that simply aren’t practical to do

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MIT researchers seek to make fashionable spacesuit

Sci-fi flicks' depictions of astronauts usually involve them wearing a skin-tight suit, but the reality is modern day space explorers still wear a ‘bubble-like’ suit that provides just enough pressure for them to survive the vacuum of space. MIT researchers, though, are seeking to inject some fashion sense into the

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Android Wear gets Microsoft OneNote support

Android Wear users are now able to jot down their inspirations on-the-go (even-when-jogging) using Microsoft’s OneNote extended feature. When we say extended, we mean the Android Wear device isn’t actually supporting the OneNote app.  Rather, it’ll still be reliant on a smartphone to beam over all the app’s functionalities.  That

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Microsoft to acquire Mojang, maker of ‘Minecraft’

Microsoft is reportedly trying to buyout Mojang, developer of the popular multi-platform Minecraft video game. According to the Wall Street Journal, a source familiar with the matter is reporting that the Redmond-based software giant is mulling the idea. Neither Microsoft or the Swedish game developer are confirming anything for the

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