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Oculus Rift could reveal if you are EVIL: Experts say VR can uncover our moral compass

Virtual reality may expose how evil you truly are. Plymouth University found people are more willing to sacrifice others for what they imagine to be the greater good when immersed in virtual reality.
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Halloween is right around the corner and one of the most popular costumes this year will undoubtedly be Harley Quinn. The beloved comic book character saw a bump in popularity after Australian-born a
When Google bought the advertising network DoubleClick in 2007, Google founder Sergey Brin said that privacy would be the company’s “number one priority when we contemplate new kinds of ad
For decades, the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle has been blamed for the disappearances of planes and ships that have tried to pass through. The 500,000 kilometers square stretch of sky above the Nor
Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day, so there is no reason why you can’t have a healthy one that will not only satisfy your appetite but also leave you feeling guilt-free. Skip
After the release of 2013’s “Artpop,” which was not a hit with critics and fans, Gaga went through a semi-reinvention, teaming up with Tony Bennett for an album and dialing back her usual antics. Thr
A massive cyberattack barred East Coast users from visiting Twitter, SoundCloud and other sites Friday morning by targeting a firm responsible for routing Web traffic their way. Dyn, a New Hampshi
Every fantasy football player has made the horrifying and regretful mistake of benching a player who ends up exploding for major points and who would’ve helped them win their fantasy matchup that wee
Brooks HaysCOVENTRY, Ireland, Oct. 21 (UPI) -- New research offers insight into the debate over the authenticity of poems published by the Scottish poet James Macpherson in 1760.
It’s looking like a bloody-good weekend! Get ready to fight the dead with AMC. The network will be airing a “Walking Dead” marathon all weekend to prepare viewers for the highly anticipated Season 7
Making failure a key component of business success
If you have an idea for a mobile app, or you just want to become more familiar with how software works, you can get a free education online.
Is looking for radio transmissions in space like claiming the lack of smoke signals means there are no modern humans?
Leafing, the uniquely American practice of seeking out fall foliage, is at its peak right now (pun intended). Typically leaf-peepers flock to New England for the autumn tradition, but they can also e
Tesla hinted at a possible moving into ride hailing when it announced earlier this week that all of its cars would come equipped with hardware needed
“The Vampire Diaries” will return Friday, but before fans sink their teeth into a new season, they’ll want to remember where the show left off in Season 7. After all, the Season 8 premiere, which kic
Investors liked what they saw in the software giant’s earnings. Wait until they see how many value-building charges the company can add to computing.
Video conferencing has emerged as essential to many companies’ communication and collaboration strategies.
VideoThe first Dell EMC World concluded yesterday in Austin, Texas, and the Moor Insights & Strategy team, who were on-site at the event, wanted to provide their very quick take on the event. Dell EMC
Google Flights helps you find the best prices on airline tickets and now a new feature has been added to make it even better. Google is going to make travel planning less stressful by informing users
Lab mice were put through a series of tests at Oregon Health and Science University which should not have been painful - ticklish at the most. But the rodents reacted as if their feet were burning.
Zumba-holics, golfers and walkers take note – these are the fitness trackers that are worth your money.
Print media is enduring an existential crisis. Digitalization makes it dependent on social media for promotion and distribution, and that is a vulnerable position. Facebook announced on Monday it was
Battlefield 1 is currently taking the world by storm, but before you dive any deeper into it, there are a number of really important things you should know that will help you on your journey.
An archaeological dig in Istanbul yielded the largest ever collection of ancient medicine, including drugs for heart disease and depression. Seven hundred vials of 1,400-year-old medications were une
By most accounts, Republican nominee Donald Trump's performance in the third and final presidential debate this week was a failure. But there's one bright prospect for the GOP campaign. According to
Brad Pitt’s marriage to Angelina Jolie is over, as far as she is concerned, but the “Allied” actor isn’t ready to respond to the divorce filing, TMZ wrote in an exclusive report Thursday. It doesn’t
WWE and reality-TV stars Brie Bella and Daniel Bryan have revealed the gender of their child. The couple has announced that they will be welcoming a baby girl into the world in the spring of 2017.
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About eight years ago, as the controversy about research involving human embryonic stem cells was winding down and Barack Obama was about to take office, I had one of my regular lunches with a respect
The internet service company Dyn said that it had suffered a denial of service attack on its domain name service shortly after 1100 GMT.
Brooks HaysPASADENA, Calif., Oct. 21 (UPI) -- NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured images of a vortex forming in the upper atmosphere above Titan's southern hemisphere -- a sign winter is coming.
A denial-of-service attack on one of the key pieces of Internet plumbing took dozens of the world's most popular websites offline on Friday morning.Photo Credit: Open Street Map / Th

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Willem Schoeber appointed as member of Administration Council of Electrica

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Internetics 2016 extends the entries’ deadline until October 25

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Hollande to meet unions as French police protests continue

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Jason Sudeikis canceled his original 'Harry' appearance for birth of daughter Daisy

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CBS is adapting 'Candy Crush' as a TV game show

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Leonardo DiCaprio brings 'Before the Flood' to the United Nations

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Cher and James Corden team up to recreate a Sonny and Cher classic

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Stocks lose steam despite earnings beats from Microsoft and McDonald's

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New rules for 'master trust' pension schemes unveiled

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Carolwood Drive spec house matches Playboy Mansion's $100-million sale price

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There's love for 'La La Land' in the early Oscar predictions

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James Bond wouldn't use this Indian breath freshener, and Pierce Brosnan says he wouldn't either

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