(time flies so fast)
Archaeologists may have solved Polish vampire mystery
In 2008, skeletons were discovered with sickles across their necks to keep them from rising from the dead
An Unprecedented Look at Stuxnet, the World's First Digital Weapon | WIRED
In an excerpt from her new book, "Countdown to Zero Day," WIRED's Kim Zetter describes the dark path the world's first digital weapon took t
This POV Footage of a Lion On the Hunt Is the Best Use of a GoPro Yet
Is there currently a scenario rattling around your head in which you could possibly outrun, outwit, or outhunt a lioness on the prowl? Well,
Comovente: a carta de despedida da iraniana que foi enforcada
Reyhaneh Jabbari foi enforcada no Irão por ter morto o homem que a teria violado. De nada valeram os apelos de clemência, ignorados pelas au
The big one: The makings of a global cyber attack | InfoWorld
Surprise -- the underlying technology matters less to an attack's success than basic human determination
The synod on the family and love at first sight | National Catholic Repo...
Pope Francis venerates the relics of Blessed Luigi and Maria Beltrame Quattrocchi as he arrives to celebrate an Oct. 5 Mass to open the extr
How thin? Imagine the Linux server as a process | InfoWorld
Imagine a time when processes and services are completely transitory and server-agnostic, carrying their dependencies with them; it's not fa
A moment of brilliance? UPnP for Internet of Stuff lightbulbs
Thus doth tech of future illuminate present, etc
Curry spice turmeric 'could help brain heal itself'
A spice commonly used in curries could help the brain heal itself, new research has suggested.
Supercapacitors have the power to save you from data loss
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iPhone 6: Last straw for Android makers being eaten alive by the data pa...
Arr, makin' spy kit fer Google, it be a mug's game