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Bill Gates Says Bioterrorism Could Kill Millions in a Pandemic—Here's How & What to Do  

At a global security conference in Munich, philanthropist and businessman Bill Gates spoke about the next pandemic and a dire lack of global readiness. Here's how his statement could come true—and how to be ready when it does. On Saturday, Bill Gates joined hundreds of heads-of-state, decision makers, academics, and experts, at the annual Munich Security Conference, a global forum that has focused on security policy for more than 50 years. During a panel discussion, Gates spoke plainly: Wh...

2017-02-19 18:57:12
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This High Voltage Furniture Technique Burns Lightning Designs into Wood  

Lightning is scary and powerful, yet when harnessed correctly, it can become a beautiful pattern for hand-crafted wooden furniture. Muchd like Zeus in ancient mythology, Canadian Woodworks is harnessing the power and beauty of lightning, but they're doing it for aesthetic purposes. Video: . A Lichtenberg figure is a pattern that results from a high-voltage electric discharge. It is characterized by a branching structure due to partial discharges across the surface of the insulator. This pattern

2017-02-19 12:25:14
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Video: HoloLenz Adds Magic Windows to HoloLens & Gives Portals to New Worlds  

When I first started with HoloLens development last April, one of the first things I created was a window. The purpose of that window was to be attached to a wall and give the illusion of being in a different space—an effect that is often referred to as a "magic window" effect by developers. My goal was to create the feeling of being in the penthouse of a skyscraper, and it's one that I hope to get back to working on soon. Until then, a video recently appeared on YouTube from creator Kei Vox...

2017-02-19 11:12:21
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Punchabunch Just Made SSH Local Forwarding Stupid Easy  

SSH local forwarding is a must for covering your tracks and getting out there to do your work. Also called SSH tunneling, this process will put one or more steps between your machine and the machine you're working on, for security and other purposes. It can be a bit daunting for newbies to get down, and that's where Punchabunch comes in. Punchabunch is a new SSH local port-forwarding script from Michael S. Fischer of Zendesk that will easily get you hopping away from your machine. All you need

2017-02-19 10:37:45
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How to Stop a Cat from Pulling Its Hair Out  

Cats are fastidious when it comes to keeping their coat in tip-top condition. However, sometimes they go too far, pulling an excessive amount of hair out. This can lead to the cat having a ragged appearance to his coat or even having bald patches. To stop a cat from pulling its hair out you need to get to the bottom of why it's doing it in the first place. The answer to this is unfortunately not always obvious or straightforward.

2017-02-19 06:37:37
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How to Tell if You Have a Cold or the Flu  

Have the sniffles? Yes. Does your head hurt? Yes. Coughing? Yes. Could you have influenza? Yes. How do you know the difference? With these symptoms, you could also have a cold. In the US right now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that flu season is nearing its peak with case reports at elevated levels across the country. Five children died of influenza in just the one week between January 29 and February 4, 2017, with 20 pediatric deaths reported since October 2, 20

2017-02-19 03:57:28
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Rumor Roundup: All of the Cool New Gadgets to Look for at Mobile World Congress 2017  

It's that time of year again. The world's largest electronics companies are sending representatives to the annual Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, and for gadget lovers like us, that means we'll get our first look at some of this year's biggest upcoming flagship smartphones. Major players like Samsung, LG, Motorola, BlackBerry, Huawei, and even Nokia will be present at the event, and most will be unveiling a new smartphone or two. MWC 2017 officially kicks off on Monday, February 27,

2017-02-19 03:47:26
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How to Keep a Sharp Mind and Good Attitude  

No matter your age, there are times when memory lapses seem to get you down. Fortunately, there are ways to keep your mind sharp, which can also help improve your attitude. Keeping a sharp mind also enables you to figure situations out more effectively and make wiser decisions as you age. There are numerous ways to keep your mind sharp while keeping a positive attitude.

2017-02-19 02:01:53
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How to Deal With a Drug Addicted Family Member or Loved One  

When someone abuses drugs, it affects everyone he or she knows. These effects are often felt most by family members and loved ones. Addiction can have emotional, psychological, and financial effects on those closest to the person. If you are in this situation, there are things you can do to both support your loved one and take care of yourself. Although learning to deal with addiction is a long process, it will be worth it in the end.

2017-02-19 01:02:06
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How to Woodburn  

Wood burning, also called pyrography, is the process of drawing a picture on a piece of wood with a hot brass tip. Not only is it a great way to relieve stress, it's also an eye-catching artistic pursuit, and looks great in a wide range of homes. Wood burn for yourself, to hang on walls, or for others, as a gift. Whatever project you pursue, you'll want to familiarize yourself with wood burning basics before starting.

2017-02-18 13:51:29
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This Tiny Keychain-Sized Game Boy Can Actually Be Played Like the Big One  

I don't know about you, but I was obsessed with handheld gaming devices when I was younger. Between my Game Boy and multiple Tamagotchis, I was guaranteed hours of entertainment that could fit comfortably in the palm of my hand. Jeroen Domburg, aka Sprite_TM, created the world's smallest Game Boy Color that combines the full functionality of a Game Boy with the size of a Tamagotchi for the Hackaday SuperConference, a gathering of hardware hackers in Pasadena, CA that took place last November.

2017-02-18 10:42:13
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Bacteria Turn Off Plant Genes to Help Parasites Destroy Billions of Dollars of Crops Every Year  

Before you bite into that beautiful tomato in your garden, the tomato fruitworm, or the Colorado potato beetle, might have beat you to it. At the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), researchers explained how microbes inside the gut of insects turn off the ability of the plant to defend itself against chewing insects. New science suggests microbes could also be used to turn those defenses back on—a potential solution to a major pest problem. Tomat...

2017-02-18 10:21:16
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How to Hack Wi-Fi: Capturing WPA Passwords by Targeting Users with a Fluxion Attack  

With tools such as Reaver becoming less and less viable options for penetration testers as ISPs replace vulnerable routers, there becomes fewer certainties about which tools will work against a particular target. If you don't have time to crack the WPA password, or it is unusually strong, it can be hard to figure out your next step. Luckily, nearly all systems have one common vulnerability you can count on—users! Social engineering goes beyond hardware and attacks the most vulnerable part of...

2017-02-18 06:30:04
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How to Buy a Car That Money Is Owed On  

Buying a car from a private seller who still owes money on the car can be complicated. The seller will not be able to transfer the title of the car to you until the loan is paid off. A lien will remain on the car until the loan is paid off, and as a buyer, you do not want to be held responsible for that lien in addition to what you pay for the car. By taking certain precautions, you can ensure that you will not find yourself with an unexpected financial burden.

2017-02-18 03:13:06
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Phantom AR Seeks to Democratize Augmented Reality  

A development team in Silicon Valley is nearing early access release of a new hardware-independent augmented reality platform called Phantom AR. Compatible with Android and iOS-based headsets, as well as the Microsoft HoloLens and Meta 2, Phantom AR runs the entire augmented experience, including the user interface, applications, asset and resource management, and interaction with environments and other users. Running as an application over the lower layers of the operating system, Phantom rep

2017-02-18 02:12:32
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How to Eat More Vitamin B  

Vitamin B is actually a complex of eight different vitamins. All are involved in helping the body break down food to make energy, but various B vitamins also help to ward off headaches, to support the immune system, and to ensure healthy pregnancies, amongst other things. A balanced diet will typically provide you with your daily allowance of each kind of Vitamin B, but there may be health benefits from consuming additional B vitamins.

2017-02-18 01:58:41
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Rumor Roundup: BlackBerry's Flagship, Codenamed Mercury, Will Sport a Physical Keyboard & Aluminum Chassis  

Once a giant in the world of mobile phones, BlackBerry has since fallen into obscurity, due in large part to the rise of Android and the iPhone. Sales were so low that BlackBerry announced it would stop making handsets, ultimately giving TCL global rights in December 2016 to manufacturer devices using their brand name, software, and services. Out of this new partnership, a new flagship has arisen—codenamed Mercury—with hopes to push the BlackBerry brand to heights the PRIV fell short of bac...

2017-02-18 01:42:19
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How to Jump Rope for Weight Loss  

Don't have time to head to the gym after work, or not motivated enough to commit to an exercise class every week? Head to your local sports store and pick up a jump rope. Jumping rope burns up to 13 calories a minute, and is great for a quick workout on the go.

2017-02-17 10:24:30
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How to Grow Grape Vines  

Grapes are certainly a multi-purpose fruit, being used for wine, baked goods, jams, and for eating fresh off the vine. With their ability to grow in many places around the world, they are a great addition to any garden.

2017-02-17 08:35:04
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Common Defensive Cells Help HIV Spread Throughout the Body & Take Hold  

A new study just out reveals that HIV takes hold in the human body with the help of cells that usually work to heal, not kill. HIV invades the body through genital or rectal mucous membranes. Exactly how that occurs on a molecular level was not understood until now. The study reports a common mucosal cell may be responsible for increasing the ability of HIV to infect human immune cells. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) targets CD4 cells called T cells. Because these cells are critical to im

2017-02-17 05:34:39
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HIV Co-Opts the Body's First Line of Defense—Using It as a Shuttle to Take Over  

A new study just out reveals that HIV takes hold in the human body with the help of cells that usually work to heal, not kill. HIV invades the body through genital or rectal mucous membranes. Exactly how that occurs on a molecular level was not understood until now. The study reports a common mucosal cell may be responsible for increasing the ability of HIV to infect human immune cells. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) targets CD4 cells called T cells. Because these cells are critical to im

2017-02-17 05:07:53
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iOS 10 Tip: Quickly Turn Off Your iPhone's Flashlight from the Lock Screen  

If you're tired of fumbling with the Control Center every time you need to turn off your iPhone's LED flashlight, you'll be happy to know there's a faster way. Using a simple trick that was discovered by Redditor 49599066, you can actually toggle your flashlight off in less than a second in iOS 10. The way it works is simple, and very similar to the tricks that worked in older iOS versions. When your flashlight's on, just wake your iPhone and give it a short swipe to the left. This makes the p

2017-02-17 03:47:18
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If You're Low on Vitamin D, Supplements Can Help You Fight Off Colds & Flu  

Some studies have shown that vitamin D supplements help fight respiratory infections, but some haven't. A new study published in The BMJ clarified the confusion, and identified a group of people that might be better able to fight off colds and flu with vitamin D supplements. The new research analyzed the results of 25 previous studies involving over 11,000 participants. The team behind the study, led by Adrian Martineau from Queen Mary University of London, organized the data according to part

2017-02-17 02:45:33
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Top 4 Phones for Music Lovers & Audiophiles  

While music may not technically be a "universe language," it is the one language listened to by all. There are over 1,500 music genres today—rap, classical, rock, jazz, trap, hip-hop, house, new wave, vaperwave, charred death, nintendocore... and the list goes on. And if you're like most people, you now probably listen to the majority of your music on your phone. According to Park Associates, 68% of US smartphone owners stream music on a daily basis—and that's just streaming. So whether yo...

2017-02-17 02:43:15
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How to Set Windows 10 to Automatically Update Your Time Zone Based on Location  

Do you commonly move between time zones but hate that your Windows 10 computer doesn't update your time to adjust for these time differences? Well, with a flick of a few switches, you can have your computer adjust for these differences, much like any cell phone.

2017-02-17 02:05:58
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Video: Space & Sound Used to Help Visually Impaired Navigate with the HoloLens  

We live in a marvelous age, a time where technology is driving us forward as a species at a rapid pace, and tech-driven miracles are becoming more and more commonplace. While the human race may not be focused on building the largest wonders of the world, as it once was in history, the current order of wonders are much smaller in scale—even internal. Medical technology has made leaps and bounds in recent history. Sensory disabilities such as sight and hearing have long been an unrepairable is...

2017-02-17 01:27:09
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A Beach Infected with Fecal Coliform Can Ruin Your Vacation, but Seagrasses Can Save the Day  

Seagrass may help your favorite beach stay a little less toxic. A new study, led by Joleah Lamb, a postdoctoral researcher in the Harvell Lab at Cornell University, found that coastal seagrasses reduce levels of pathogens dangerous to humans and marine organisms in near-shore waters. If you have ever heard of a beach closure due to high "fecal coliform" counts, then you already know a little bit about Enterococci. Despite the beauty of a beach, the microbes in the water can make you sick. Seni

2017-02-16 20:35:58
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How to Avoid Heel Pain and Plantar Fasciitis  

The most common cause of heel pain is plantar fasciitis. It can be extremely painful, interfere with routine daily activities, and diminish the quality of life in the sufferer. The plantar fascia is the wide, flat piece of connective tissue that supports the sole of the foot from the heel to the toes. If this becomes torn, overstretched, or ruptured, the tendon may become inflamed in a condition known as plantar fasciitis. Preventing plantar fasciitis, as well as avoiding further injury once

2017-02-16 20:15:18
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Rumor Roundup: Moto G5 & G5 Plus Slated to Have Water Repellent Coating, Fast Charging & Android Nougat  

With Mobile World Congress right around the corner, the 2017 smartphone season has officially begun. We've heard plenty of rumors that Lenovo, the company who owns Motorola, would be debuting successors to last year's wildly-popular Moto G4 lineup in Barcelona at MWC, but now, that's been all but confirmed. Colombian telco KTRONIX briefly published a pair of product pages that gave us all the juicy details on the new Moto G5 and G5 Plus, so there's not much left to the imagination now. Those p

2017-02-16 09:41:26
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Use This Type of Repellent to Avoid Mosquitoes—& Zika  

Responding to the emergence of Zika in the US, researchers investigated what type of repellent works best to reduce your odds of a mosquito bite from Aedes aegypti, the mosquito species that spreads the Zika virus. Scientists from the Department of Biology at New Mexico State University used a wind tunnel and flow-through cage to test how well the mosquito repellents in your backpack or medicine chest work. According to their study, published in the Journal of Insect Science, they tested what

2017-02-16 08:20:54
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Save Battery When Streaming YouTube Audio on Your Galaxy, Pixel, or Other AMOLED Device  

If your phone has an AMOLED display, it doesn't waste any battery to power black portions of the screen. This is because the individual pixels that make up an AMOLED screen emit their own light, which means the backlight you'd find behind a traditional LCD screen is not present. In other words, showing a full-screen black image on an AMOLED phone is like turning your display completely off. With that in mind, the development team at Neximo Labs created an app that should save you a lot of batt

2017-02-16 07:03:34
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How to Help Your Friend Who Is Being Abused  

If your friend is being abused, you may feel as though leaving is a simple decision, but for many that have experienced it, leaving can be difficult and even dangerous. Make sure that your friend knows you are them to support them and help them to determine what they can do in order to stop or escape any further abuse. If your friend is a child that is being abused by a parent or teacher, inform another adult immediately, but if your friend is an adult, it's important that you give them the ...

2017-02-16 05:53:20
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How to Paint a Bike  

Have you ever found an incredibly good deal on a bike, or seen an old bicycle that you really wanted to have but didn't like the color or the paint was all chipped? Or if you just wanted to make your bike more original (by painting it neon colors). Don't lose hope. Here is how to paint an old bike frame with a professional-looking finish.

2017-02-16 02:48:10
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We've Finally Developed a Test for Mysterious Prion Diseases— Parkinson's & Alzheimer's Could Be Next  

Prion diseases are a group of infectious brain diseases that causes extensive tissue damage, resulting in sponge-like spaces in brain tissue. Prions include Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in humans, bovine spongiform encephalopathy (often called mad cow disease), and chronic wasting disease in hoofed ruminant mammals. Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease kills about 300 people in the US every year, and about 1 million worldwide. These rare, degenerative prion diseases of the brain are always fatal. Long perio

2017-02-15 17:51:49
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NANDroid: How to Fully Back Up & Restore Your Android with TWRP  

A custom recovery is a very powerful tool. You can flash ZIPs that modify your Android device in ways that not even root can accomplish, and of course you can use it to install custom ROMs. But when you're applying all of these cool mods, there's always a chance that something could go wrong, and you might even end up bricking your device. But with TWRP recovery, the NANDroid backup feature makes sure that all is never lost, even in the bleakest situations. Once you've created a backup, you'll

2017-02-15 12:18:35
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Have You Seen This?: New 'Crayon' HoloLens App Brings Back the Fun of Drawing on Walls  

Crayon, a free 3D drawing application by the mysteriously named arkalian, showed up in the Windows Store recently, so I gave it a try like I do all new apps for Windows Holographic. Truthfully, I loaded it up not expecting much, but wow, was I wrong. It's a simple idea, but it's executed well enough to make it a truly great experience on the HoloLens. The design is pretty bare-bones, but that's not a bad thing for this type of app, as it allows you to hit the ground running with whatever it is

2017-02-15 11:32:05
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How to Learn Dutch  

Although many Dutch speakers are well versed in foreign languages (especially English, German, and French) learning how to speak their native tongue will give you access to the hearts, minds and culture of Dutch speakers, both in the Netherlands and around the world. Dutch is not an easy language to learn, as it contains many sounds and constructions unfamiliar to the English-speaker. However, these challenges make mastering the Dutch language all the more rewarding. Begin with Step 1 below to g

2017-02-15 07:21:41
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Two Doctors Simplify Spinal Surgery with the HoloLens  

True innovation tends to come from the places we least expect as developers. The Microsoft HoloLens is still a very new product, and some of the other headsets are still just ideas, so the rules for mixed reality are not set in stone. That means all the real problems to be solved are yet to come. When a client hires us to solve one of these problems, having that outside perspective is often a great asset; We can see the issues without the minutia getting in the way. The downside is that someti

2017-02-15 07:18:44
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How to Treat Sudden Cardiac Arrest  

Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death among adults over the age of 40 in the United States and other countries. About as many people die each year from SCA as die from Alzheimer's disease, assault with firearms, breast cancer, cervical cancer, colorectal cancer, diabetes, HIV, house fires, motor vehicle accidents, prostate cancer and suicides combined. However, with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the use of an AED, survival rates increase to 38%. Learn how to treat sudden

2017-02-15 03:18:45
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14 Types of Bacteria & 10 Strains of Fungus Are Responsible for All the Delicious Flavors of Cheese  

If you want to appreciate the value of microbes, look no further than a chunk of cheese. Because cheese roughly traces back to the Neolithic Era, we might say the earliest cheesemakers were the first humans to manipulate microbes—without even knowing it. Now, thanks to microbiologists and the long tradition of cheesemaking, we know a lot more about the microbes that make our favorite types of cheese possible. The Basics: How Cheese Comes to Be Milk, microbes, coagulants, salt, and flavoring...

2017-02-15 02:10:32
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Enable Always-On Immersive Mode to Auto-Hide Your Pixel's Software Keys  

The Pixel and Pixel XL both use AMOLED screens, which are noted for their deeper blacks and sharper contrast ratios when compared to traditional LCD panels. However, AMOLED displays still have one fairly major downside, and that's the fact that they're vulnerable to screen burn-in. Pixels are particularly susceptible to screen burn, as they use on-screen navigation keys that sit in the exact same spot at the bottom of your screen at almost all times. In fact, my own Pixel XL is already sufferi

2017-02-15 01:28:12
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How to Write a Business Case  

A business case provides justification for a proposed business change or plan, and typically outlines the allocation of capital and resources required to implement the proposed business case. A successfully presented business case can act as an impetus for moving forward with a new, alternative plan of action, or it may simply provide a consistent message, or unified vision for future business decisions and operations. A well-drafted business case will expose major or implementable solutions for

2017-02-15 01:25:56
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Have You Seen This?: Synesthesia Adds Trippy Sound Visualization to the HoloLens  

If anyone has every told you that they see music they listen to, they have synesthesia. It's a fascinating neurological phenomenon where people experience crossed responses to stimuli, and no one knows exactly how common this is. A rough estimate claims that one in every 5,000 to 100,000 people is a synesthete, but it could be far more common or rare. Nobody really knows. Seeing sounds and music in colors are up there with the most common types of experiences that synesthetes have, and a new a

2017-02-14 09:51:13
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How to Love Unconditionally  

Love is hard to define. From poets to psychologists to everyday people, the endless effort to explain what love is and means beyond "you know it when you feel it" has led to innumerable results. Making things even trickier is the concept of unconditional love, which some say is the only true kind of love, while others call it impossible. To believe in unconditional love, and to actually love unconditionally, requires a great deal of thought, action, and faith. Only you can decide if and how...

2017-02-14 09:45:32
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How to Melt Chocolate  

Chocolate is easy to melt if you use the proper technique. It is also very easy to scorch, turning it crumbly and grainy, and very susceptible to being ruined with the accidental addition of water. Gentle heat, constant vigilance and stirring is the trick. If you have a couple different methods for melting chocolate, give these two a try! Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time (double-boiler): 5 minutes Total time: 5-10 minutes

2017-02-14 09:32:30
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11 Heart-Shaped Foods to Make on Valentine's Day for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Dessert  

Starting towards the end of January, all you see is pink and red hearts for a few weeks every year, and food is no exception. Heart-shaped cookies, candies, and cupcakes are everywhere, but it doesn't stop there—you can find heart-shaped food for every meal of the day. If you really want to show your valentine you care, try out one of these 11 heart-shaped dishes for Valentine's Day, from breakfast to dinner, so you can eat love food all day long. And then, of course, there's dessert. #1. H...

2017-02-14 07:58:18
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Get the Pixel's Solid Nav Bar Buttons (Or Color Yours In) on Other Phones—No Root Needed  

Google's own devices have always been the first to get new Android features—but unlike the Nexus series, this year's Pixel phones have a handful of exclusive tweaks that were never intended to trickle down to other devices once the newer Android version rolled out to them. These Pixel exclusives include the Google Assistant, a new launcher, and, of course, a unique set of on-screen navigation buttons. We've covered a couple methods for getting these new software keys on other devices, but th...

2017-02-14 07:58:11
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How to Turn Off Auto-Playing Sound for Facebook Videos on Android & iPhone  

After about six months of testing, Facebook has decided to start rolling out a new feature on mobile that automatically plays sound for videos in your News Feed, thanks to "positive feedback" from test users. As far as I'm concerned, they have been testing with the wrong users, because auto-playing sound is by far worse than auto-playing videos ever could be. Previously, you had to tap the video in your feed to turn sound on because it was muted by default. And it should be muted by default. W

2017-02-14 03:21:25
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7 Aphrodisiac Cocktails to Put You in the Mood  

There are so many cutesy pink, red, and heart-shaped desserts and drinks put out on Valentine's Day, but none of those really get you into a low-light mood. Instead, turn up the heat with one of these aphrodisiac cocktails for grown-ups. What all experts seem to agree on is that no food will automatically "turn on" your sex drive. However, if you're with your significant other or a newer flame, these food-and-cocktail combinations may help to rev your engine. #1. Bourbon Berry Cocktail The z

2017-02-14 01:56:34
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How to Enjoy Being Alone  

If you're reading this you're probably really bored and, at the moment, have no one to be with. Whether you long for a boyfriend or girlfriend, or miss your family and friends, this guide can help you cope with living alone. Keep in mind that humans are indeed social animals, but that doesn't mean that we can't be perfectly happy outside of society too.

2017-02-14 01:33:33
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How Microbes Make Cheese Awesome  

If you want to appreciate the value of microbes, look no further than a chunk of cheese. Because cheese roughly traces back to the Neolithic Era, we might say the earliest cheesemakers were the first humans to manipulate microbes—without even knowing it. Now, thanks to microbiologists and the long tradition of cheesemaking, we know a lot more about the microbes that make our favorite types of cheese possible. The Basics: How Cheese Comes to Be Milk, microbes, coagulants, salt, and flavoring...

2017-02-14 01:31:28
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How to Have a First Kiss  

If you haven't yet experienced your first kiss, it can be a daunting challenge. This wikiHow will show you how to have your first kiss. It assumes the reader is heterosexual, but apply the tips as you like!

2017-02-13 15:57:36
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How to Fold a Magic Rose Cube—A Flower in a Box Origami Puzzle  

To play off Gertrude Stein's famous quote, a rose is a rose is a magic paper cube. And with this paper folder's guide, you'll learn how to make your very own magic rose cube from paper using the Japanese art of origami. This design by Valerie Vann, and folded by YouTuber German Fernandez, is great for Valentine's Day or any other day where a paper puzzle rose is needed. Just be prepared... it's a not just a puzzle origami rose, it's a puzzle folding it. Video: . Don't Miss: 10 Easy, Last-Minute

2017-02-13 14:43:40
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Mimesys Combines Mixed & Virtual Reality Holoportation Capabilities into One Solution  

Mimesys, whose core focus has always been about creating holographic representations of humans for virtual and augmented reality, has released a video showing off their holographic communication platform in action. This new communication tool uses a combination of virtual reality, with the HTC Vive and a Kinect, and mixed reality, with the HoloLens, to allow the users to have virtual meetings from anywhere in the world as though they are in the same room. Video: . Holoportation—a word that en...

2017-02-13 10:58:28
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10 Valentine's Day Desserts for Every Person in Your Life  

Valentine's Day is upon us, and it's the perfect time to show those you love (or like) how you feel about them by making them a homemade sweet treat. Sure, you could just buy a red, heart-shaped box of candy or even a bag of seasonal M&M's. But trust me—if you put the time and effort into crafting any of these super cool, totally unique creations, it will truly drive home the message about how much they mean to you. For the Friend Who Always 'Likes' Your Facebook Posts: These thumbprint coo...

2017-02-13 08:12:50
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This Mod Lets You See More Quick Settings on Your Pixel or Pixel XL  

Now that Android Nougat lets you add your own custom Quick Settings tiles, your pull-down menu is probably getting a lot more crowded than it used to be, with all sorts of new and useful toggles. But the trouble is, you can only add up to nine entries before your Quick Settings tiles spill over into a second pane that you have to access by swiping, and that's not exactly "quick." Thankfully, developer stranula has got a solution for this. He created a pair of flashable ZIPs for Pixel and Pixel

2017-02-13 06:48:44
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How Epidemics Happen: The Terrifying Reality of Superspreaders  

Jostled in the airport, someone is coughing in line. The air looks empty but it is loaded with microbes that make their way into your body. You get sick. You give it to your family, and that's pretty much it. But what if you were so contagious that you spread it to your entire community and beyond? Infectious disease is spread every day in multiple ways. A new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences looked at the 2014 outbreak of Ebola and found infectious disease is takin

2017-02-13 05:29:46
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10 Easy, Last-Minute Origami Projects for Valentine's Day  

Valentine's Day is a day for love, but it also just happens to be the time when every flower shop in town hikes up their prices. Chocolates are still relatively cheap, but I never understood why you have to give the gift of bigger love handles when something more creative gets the job done at a much cheaper price. There are tons of DIY projects out there you can try your hands at, from a simple heart-shaped homopolar motor to an extremely difficult heart-shaped plasma lamp, but to keep costs d

2017-02-13 04:48:31
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How to Get a More Flexible Back  

Flexibility in your back is important for many sports, including gymnastics, figure skating and dance. Increasing your flexibility can only be accomplished over time and can be a very difficult or very easy task depending on your body type. All of these stretches have many names and are found in many disciplines, and they will all help increase your flexibility.

2017-02-13 04:01:32
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40 Damn Cool Things You Can Do with Eggs  

All day I dream of eggs: scrambled, poached, over easy, hard-boiled, fried, baked, raw... Okay, the last one is a joke (unless you're Gaston, which means that you eat five dozen of them and you're roughly the size of a barge). But eggs are freaking good in just about any cooking prep, and more often than not are the foundation of your favorite baked goods. Food Hacks Daily has a special place in its heart for these protein-packed wonders—in fact, we find them to be quite egg-cellent (sorry n...

2017-02-13 03:55:57
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How to Tell if You Have Strep Throat  

Strep throat is a contagious bacterial infection that develops in the throat. It is estimated that about 30 million cases are diagnosed annually. While children and individuals with compromised immune symptoms are more likely to get strep than healthy adults, it can strike at any age. The only way to find out for certain that you have strep throat is to go to the doctor and have professional medical tests done. However there are associated symptoms you can identify even before scheduling an appo

2017-02-13 03:04:34
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Surface Studio & HoloLens Used Together in New 3D Detailing & Visualization Tool  

An interesting new use-case for the Microsoft HoloLens appeared in a YouTube video from Washington-based DataMesh last month. In it, you can see the HoloLens working in conjunction with the Microsoft Surface Studio, Surface Dial, and Surface Pen for 3D model detailing and visualization in real time. Video: . We have talked about the complexities of 3D modeling, editing, and texturing, and how some of the long-standing problems will likely be alleviated once mixed reality technology matures. Mik

2017-02-12 17:26:38
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How to Install a Security Camera System for a House  

The idea of drilling holes through the walls of your house to run video and power cables for a security camera system might seem daunting; but many security systems come in all-included packages that make setting up your surveillance system a breeze. Read on for guidance on buying and installing your own home camera system.

2017-02-12 15:20:29
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How to Use Google's Reverse Image Search on Your Android Device  

Considering that Google makes Android, it's rather strange that the operating system doesn't have a baked-in solution for doing a reverse image search. Sure, you can long-press pictures in Chrome to search for other instances of a photo, but it's not possible with pictures you find in other apps, or photos you've downloaded to your phone. Such functionality would be handy if you'd like to find images that are visually similar to your favorite background wallpaper, or if you're looking for a hi

2017-02-12 12:54:42
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The Complete Guide to Flashing Factory Images on Android Using Fastboot  

If your phone has an unlocked bootloader, you can use Fastboot commands to flash factory images. That may sound like a bunch of technical jargon, but when it comes down to it, this is the best method for updating a rooted device, fixing a bricked phone, reverting to stock, or even getting new Android updates before everyone else. Much like ADB, Fastboot is a very powerful Android utility that accepts commands through a terminal shell. But if that sounds intimidating, don't worry—because once...

2017-02-12 10:59:29
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Everything You Need to Know About Insuring Your Android Phone  

As a former repair tech, I've heard the same reasons over and over as to why people opt not to purchase phone insurance. Some cite the cost—why pay extra every month for insurance when you're careful with your phone? Deductibles are expensive, so why not just spend that money on a repair instead of getting a refurbished phone as a replacement? But with Android devices, uninsured repairs can be quite expensive for a number of reasons. And in reality, the refurbished phones you receive when ma...

2017-02-12 06:39:03
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DroneGun Shoots UAVs Right Out of the Sky—Up to 1.2 Miles Away  

I don't know about you, but I'm totally freaked by the possibility that someone is spying on me using a tiny, flying robot, aka a drone. If you're unfamiliar with the technology, drones are unmanned aircrafts controlled remotely, often via video feed. They can be used to deploy weapons, conduct surveillance operations, and gather intelligence. If the idea of someone hovering a potentially-weaponized drone over your house worries you, it's now possible to easily remove a drone from the air—or...

2017-02-12 06:07:15
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How to Determine Your Face Shape  

The visual effect of certain hairstyles, makeup, and glasses will change based on the proportions of your face. This wikiHow will help you determine your face shape.

2017-02-12 02:39:01
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How to Cope With Panic Attacks  

While most everyone experiences some level of anxiety, panic attacks can make you feel out of control. Panic attacks are typically unexpected, intense bursts of fear and anxiety. You may feel like you're losing control in the moment and are unable to avoid future attacks. You may suddenly feel as though you can't function, are being smothered, or even think you're having a heart attack. These episodes can be debilitating and keep you from enjoying your life. Simply knowing more about what panic

2017-02-12 01:03:06
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Full-Body Motion Controller HoloSuit Coming Soon to Kickstarter  

A few days before Christmas last year, we saw the first glimpse of HoloSuit, a new motion controller by startup Kaaya Tech. This full-body motion controller is designed as a tracksuit with sensors that can be used to control devices such as a computer or Microsoft HoloLens, and now it's getting ready to start production, with an upcoming Kickstarter campaign planned to go live soon. Video: . Kaaya Tech is currently asking for feedback on the HoloSuit before going live with their Kickstarter cam

2017-02-11 19:22:56
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How to Play Acoustic Guitar Tab  

Tablature, or guitar tab, is a simplified system for writing guitar and bass music. Instead of notes or music theory, it simply tells you where to place your fingers, telling you the string and fret of each note you need to play. As such, it is easily learned and, with practice, you can use it to learn almost any song ever recorded.

2017-02-11 13:20:47
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How to Make Any Android Keyboard Play Sounds as You Type  

Android is a highly customizable operating system. Sometimes, we use these capabilities to add core functionality or streamline the user experience, but there are other times when customization is just about having fun and making your smartphone's interface more enjoyable. The latter is the category where a new app from developer Ouadban Youssef comes into play, as it turns any Android keyboard into a musical instrument of sorts. You can pick from several synthesized strings, horns, and percus

2017-02-11 09:36:46
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How to Block Contact Request Spam on Skype Automatically  

Skype is one of the most popular messaging and video chat services for a good reason—it's packed to the brim with tons of cool features. But one bit of functionality that Microsoft left out is the ability to block friend requests from people that aren't in your contacts, which can lead to a lot of unwanted notifications from spammers and bots. Luckily, a new Xposed module from developer Mathias Nordskog will finally put an end to this major annoyance on Android. With this one installed, all ...

2017-02-11 08:52:36
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Life-Size Gummy Chicken Might Be the Creepiest Jelly Candy Yet  

We've seen many things get gummy-ized over the years—worms, insects, Coke bottles, glass cleaner, Legos, brains, Nutella, and even tiny LEDs—but nothing compares to YouTuber and WonderHowTo favorite Grant Thompson, aka The King of Random, who made one helluva creepy gummy chicken that's just as big as the real deal. Video: . The first step of this process was creating a mold of a rotisserie chicken out of food-grade casting silicone. Once the mold was set, Grant cracked it open using zigzag...

2017-02-11 05:35:41
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How to Avoid an H. Pylori Bacterial Infection  

Helicobacter Pylori, or H. Pylori, is a bacteria that lives in the stomach and can cause inflammation and irritation of the stomach lining and ulcers. It has also been linked to stomach cancer. However, many people have no symptoms and are unaware that they are harboring the bacteria. In these individuals, the bacteria causes no harmful side effects at all. When symptoms do occur, they may include abdominal pain, nausea, loss of appetite, frequent burping, bloating, and unintentional weight loss

2017-02-11 04:31:20
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Bird Flu Is Circling in China Again—Here's How It Could Develop into an Outbreak  

Avian flu is making the news again with new human cases in China reported in January. What does "avian flu" mean to you—and how dangerous is it? Each year you, or someone you know, probably gets a flu shot. The seasonal flu shot changes each year to reflect circulating influenza viruses. This year, the flu shot protects against two influenza A viruses, and one influenza B virus. Influenza is a respiratory virus that causes fatigue, fever, aches, headache, cold-type symptoms, and more. In ad...

2017-02-11 01:58:42
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How to Write a Living Will  

A Living Will, also known as an Advance Healthcare Directive or Advance Medical Directive, is a legal document that provides your family, doctors, and caregivers with information about what life-saving measures you wish to undergo should there come a time when you are unable to communicate your wishes. This includes resuscitation options, guidelines of medications to give, and your wishes regarding life support. Living Wills work in concert with other medical directives, such as Do Not Resuscita

2017-02-11 01:04:15
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Get Rid of the Built-in Google Search Bar on Almost Any Launcher  

Almost every Android device comes with a Google search bar embedded directly into its stock home screen app. But Google search is available in so many different places on Android that having this bar in your launcher is almost overkill. On top of that, Google recently changed the logo overlay to a more colorful one that may clash with your home screen theme, so there's plenty of reasons to dislike this feature. Unfortunately, most stock home screen apps don't allow you to get rid of this searc

2017-02-10 12:36:07
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How to Change The Brake Pads in Your Car  

Changing your brake pads is a much cheaper option than taking it to a car shop, which can usually lead to an expensive fee for anyone. For the cost of materials, you'll be able to get your car stopping properly after following these steps.

2017-02-10 11:05:47
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How to Slip a Backdoor into PHP Websites with Weevely  

Backdoors are convenient to leave behind once you've already found a way into a server, and they can come in handy for a variety of reasons. They're good for developers who want a quick way into machines they're working on, or for systems administrators who want similar access. Of course, backdoors are also a hacker's best friend, and can be added in a variety of ways. One good tool for doing this is Weevely, which uses a snippet of PHP code. Weevely will create a terminal on the target server

2017-02-10 10:49:51
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Bioprospectors Make Unique Discovery INSIDE a Coal Fire That Makes an Antibiotic Better  

Scientists are constantly on the search for new organisms, species, and other types of life. A special group of these researchers, calling themselves "bioprospectors," dive deep into mines to find unique lifeforms with special properties not found anywhere else. Recently, a soil bacterium found by bioprospectors at the University of Kentucky's Center for Pharmaceutical Research and Innovation (CPRI) has yielded an enzyme that can produce more potent versions of drugs. Specifically, this one wa

2017-02-10 10:36:38
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A Wish List of HoloLens Features That Could Change Everything  

"Necessity, not novelty," is a phrase I use often when it comes to HoloLens development. It would be fair to call it my mantra, or mission statement, as I prototype and explore software creation on this new frontier of mixed reality. "What kind of experiences will keep people using these devices until the batteries run dry?" This is a question that drives me constantly. As a software developer, those discoveries are the heart of the journey. And if they are not the end goal for some, they are

2017-02-10 10:21:24
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How to Go for Your Dreams  

Making your dream come true is possible. Start by reflecting and defining your dream by brainstorming your goals, your past successes and failures, and what makes you happy. Then move on to committing to your goal by taking action. Break your dream down into actionable tasks that help you get started right away and keep moving forward toward making your dream a reality. Moving forward will help you stay motivated in the long term.

2017-02-10 06:21:53
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New 'Trojan Horse' Salmonella Bacteria Kills Tumors Instead of Making You Sick  

We usually associate Salmonella bacteria with a dangerous type of food poisoning, but they actually are pretty good at seeking out tumors. That trait made the bacteria a great candidate to deliver a protein that would help knock tumors out. Jin Hai Zheng, from Chonnam National University in Korea, and his colleagues, created a weakened, non-infectious form of Salmonella typhimurium bacteria to use as "Trojan horses" into cancerous tumors, according to their research published in Science Transl

2017-02-10 03:04:36
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This Bacteria Could Be a Signal That Your Baby's Coming Early  

The rate of preterm birth has been increasing in the United States for unknown reasons, causing increased health risks for infants born too soon. But researchers may have found a signal that could help doctors plan ahead for, or even prevent, early birth with a simple swab of the vagina and cervix during pregnancy. In 2015, 10% of infants were born premature, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the annual report card from the March of Dimes says that the US "has ta

2017-02-10 01:46:46
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The 4 Best Phones for Privacy & Security  

Cell phones—particularly smartphones—are inherently bad for privacy. You've basically got a tracking device in your pocket, pinging off cell towers and locking onto GPS satellites. All the while, the handset's data connection ensures that tracking cookies, advertising IDs, and usage stats follow you around the internet. So no, there's no such thing as a perfectly secure and truly private smartphone, let's get that out of the way now. But in the information age, you practically need a smart...

2017-02-09 20:06:30
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How to Strengthen Your Knees  

It's important to keep your knees strong and healthy so that your mobility doesn't deteriorate as you grow older. We often take the health of our knees for granted, not noticing there's a problem until everyday activities like lifting boxes or walking downhill become painful. Take the following measures to strengthen your knees and ensure you'll stay active for as long as possible.

2017-02-09 14:56:37
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These Special Sewage Bacteria Can Turn Dirty Water into Energy  

Some bacteria can already do it—generate electric current, that is—and those microbes are called "electrogenic." Now, thanks to the work of a research group from the University of California, Santa Barbara, we know how to easily turn non-electrogenic bacteria into electricity producers. One important key to their success was the bacteria they chose—Shewanella oneidensis MR-1. This organism uses current-conducting proteins in their cell membranes to breathe in metal minerals instead of ai...

2017-02-09 09:59:03
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Proof of Concept App Shrinks a Room Down to a Miniature 3D Map on the HoloLens  

Sky Zhou, also know as Matrix Inception on YouTube, is no stranger here on NextReality. We loved his Pokemon concept game for HoloLens, as well as his D3D Keyboard that lets HoloLens users leave notes around the house. He just can't seem to stop creating cool mixed reality apps, and he's already got another one in the works. My experience has taught me that it is no easy feat to capture a series of pictures, then stitch and map them together to a large polygon mesh, but it looks like a piece ...

2017-02-09 04:13:22
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How to Install TWRP Custom Recovery on Your Pixel or Pixel XL  

When it comes to modifying Android, the single, most powerful tool available is TWRP custom recovery. It's even more capable than simple root access when it comes to changing the look and feel of your software, and you can even use TWRP to root your device in a few simple steps. Thanks to some hard work from lead developer Ethan Yonker, TWRP recovery is now available for the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. With this one installed, you'll be able to flash ZIPs, make full system backups, and even ins

2017-02-09 03:55:01
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Bye Bye, OJ: How a Blue-Bellied Insect Helps Bacteria Kill Off Citrus Crops  

A tiny louse is responsible for decimating the citrus industry. Diaphorina citri, the louse in question, better known as the Asian citrus psyllid, harbors and spreads the "Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus" bacteria that causes citrus greening disease. It's one of the more serious diseases, if not the most serious disease of citrus fruits. The lice, also known as jumping plant lice, move between trees and infect them with the bacteria they carry, which then kills the citrus trees' productivity

2017-02-09 02:34:28
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How to Integrate Gaussian Functions  

The Gaussian function f(x)=e−x2{\displaystyle f(x)=e^{-x^{2}}} is one of the most important functions in mathematics and the sciences. Its characteristic bell-shaped graph comes up everywhere from the normal distribution in statistics to position wavepackets of a particle in quantum mechanics. Integrating this function over all of x{\displaystyle x} is an extremely common task, but it resists the techniques of elementary calculus. No amount of change of variables, integration by parts, trigono...

2017-02-09 01:57:39
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How to Make Mushroom Risotto  

Risotto is an Italian rice dish that is easily customized and tweaked to your liking once you get the technique down. Unlike white rice, which cooks without much fuss in a rice cooker or pot, risotto needs to be stirred and managed the entire time it is on the stove. The result, however, is a rich, creamy, and textured rice that can be served as an appetizer, main course, or side dish.

2017-02-09 01:24:22
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How to Identify Water Hemlock  

Water Hemlock (Cicuta maculata) is an extremely poisonous herbaceous forb (broad-leaf plant) to both humans and animals, and is also native to North America. It is often and easily confused with other similar species found in the Carrot Family (Apiaceae). These other species will be mentioned and distinguished below. The following article will help you identify Water Hemlock by showing you the various characteristics of this species, and to differentiate this species from similar species that ma

2017-02-08 17:52:58
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Researchers Made a 'Trojan Horse' Salmonella Bacteria That Can Take Down Tumors with One Protein  

We usually associate Salmonella bacteria with a dangerous type of food poisoning, but they actually are pretty good at seeking out tumors. That trait made the bacteria a great candidate to deliver a protein that would help knock tumors out. Jin Hai Zheng, from Chonnam National University in Korea, and his colleagues, created a weakened, non-infectious form of Salmonella typhimurium bacteria to use as "Trojan horses" into cancerous tumors, according to their research published in Science Transl

2017-02-08 15:42:18
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Fighting Nightmare Bacteria Is Like a Game of Whack-a-Mole—It Keeps Popping Up in Unexpected Places  

The pathogen referred to as a "nightmare bacteria" is quietly adapting and spreading faster than anticipated. If you are not yet familiar with carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), it is quickly becoming a household term for severe antibiotic-resistant infections. Many people are familiar Escherichia coli, or E. coli, a type of CRE, but other members of the Enterobacteriaceae family can also become resistant. A recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Scien

2017-02-08 12:54:39
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How to Do Basic First Aid  

Basic first aid refers to the initial process of assessing and addressing the needs of someone who has been injured or is in physiological distress due to choking, a heart attack, allergic reactions, drugs or other medical emergencies. Basic first aid allows you to quickly determine a person's physical condition and the correct course of treatment. You should always seek professional medical help as soon as you are able, but following correct first aid procedures can be the difference between li

2017-02-08 09:59:58
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Taqtile's HoloMaps Gives HoloLens Users Ability to View, Scale & Draw on 3D Maps  

HoloMaps, an application by Seattle-based Taqtile, is available for free on the Windows Store. Taqtile, whose Vice President of Product Management was Microsoft's former Director of Business Development, is one of the few partners currently in the Microsoft HoloLens Agency Readiness Program. This interactive 3D map they have created, powered by Bing, offers more than just a top-down view of the world on the HoloLens. Video: . Presently, HoloMaps has the ability to use various layers of data, su

2017-02-08 08:57:01
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Experiments in Stock Market 3D Data Visualization on the HoloLens  

HoloLens developer Michael Peters of In-Vizible has released quite a few videos since receiving his HoloLens last year. Many of his experiments are odd and funny, but some include serious potential approaches to data visualization. In the videos embedded below, you'll specifically see stock market information beautifully rendered in different ways to help understand the data. Video: . In Peters' blog, he lists the various modes seen in the video above (as well as in the ones below) as the Këpl...

2017-02-08 08:03:03
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Project Fi Beats T-Mobile in Download Speeds & Reception  

Google's new Project Fi cellular carrier has been making waves across the mobile industry, so we decided to put it to the test against T-Mobile, one of the more established networks. For the actual testing, we slapped a SIM card from each carrier into two identical Pixel XL phones, which offer full compatibility with both networks. From there, we used an app called Signal Spy to check network connections and signal strength, then we used Ookla's Speedtest.net app to see how fast the internet c

2017-02-08 05:36:56
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