Samsung's Incubator Lab Is Making Indoor Sunlight and a Robot Friend That Definitely Won't Murder You

Samsung’s in-house incubator program, Creative Lab, has developed a reputation for brewing off-the-wall innovations it feels like few people, if any, asked for. Since opening its doors in 2012, it’s spawned projects like a 360-degree wearable camcorder, an AI-driven desk lamp, and a recording app specifically geared…Read more...
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Luke and Yoda Have a Dispute About a Party and a Stick in this Bad Lip Reading of The Last Jedi

It’s 2019, almost 2020, and I haven’t gotten tired of bad lip readings. I’m sorry. (I’m not sorry.)Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Youtube, Disney, Party, Lucasfilm, Yoda, Luke Skywalker, Frank Oz, Luke, Bad Lip Reading, Star Wars The Last Jedi

The best science long reads of 2019

A selection of the best science and environment features published this year.
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How cognitive psychologists can improve crime scene forensic

When a jury decides the fate of a person, they do so based on the evidence presented to them in the courtroom. Evidence obtained from forensic analysis, such as DNA analysis, is often interpreted as strong evidence by jurors. This perception of forensic evidence is enhanced by popular TV shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, where physical evidence is used to solve murders in a “whodunit” showdown between deductive cops and crafty criminals covering their tracks. All it takes is the right e...
Tags: Startups, Science, Syndication

Steven’s Ship Gets Sunk in a Preview Clip For Tonight’s Steven Universe Future

Fans know the joys of shipping, of imagining two character together. The thrill. The romance. The fanfiction. But fans also know the heartbreak of seeing their ship sunk—that moment of canon confirmation that, no, that ship isn’t happening. Time to whip out the fix fics. Read more...
Tags: Science, Shipping, Cartoon Network, Steven Universe, Steven, Fandom, Steven Universe Future

It’s Confirmed: The Mandalorian Is Returning for a Second Season Next Fall

Is anyone surprised? Anyone? Maybe one of Moff Gideon’s poor bumbling Stormtroopers. Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Disney, Jon Favreau, Lucasfilm, Pedro Pascal, The Mandalorian, Moff Gideon, Baby Yoda

US astronaut sets record for longest spaceflight by a woman

Koch is expected to spend a total of 328 days, or nearly 11 months, on board the space station before returning to Earth. Missions are typically six months, but NASA announced in April that it was extending her mission until February. The U.S. record for longest space flight is 340 days set by Scott Kelly in 2015-2016.
Tags: Science, US, Nasa, Scott Kelly, Koch

More Galaxy S11 Leaks Appear to Settle the Samsung Flagship's Most Debated Feature

Are you tired of all these Galaxy S11 rumors yet? Well too damn bad. Because it looks like we’re rounding out the year with a purported first look at the Samsung flagship’s final camera configuration following other leaked details about its size and, possibly, a new naming convention to match the new decade.Read more...
Tags: Science, Samsung, Smartphones, Samsung Galaxy, Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Samsung Galaxy Fold, More Galaxy S11 Rumors

Ryan Reynolds Has a Brief Update on Deadpool 3

The Disney-Fox merger changed the fate of a number of film franchises, not to mention the entire entertainment industry. One of the most notable affected, for fans, was the Deadpool series, which has proven itself markedly successful offering a superheroic vibe not really seen in the MCU or its imitators. Since the…Read more...
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Best of CH 2019: Link About It

Scientific breakthroughs, surprising design collaborations and beyond As we publish our own original articles throughout the year, we also share insightful stories and videos from publications we respect. Crucial for our growth as writers, these pieces inform us as readers, listeners and learners. From the inspiring and interesting to the challenging and counterpointing, we promote these stories in our ever-growing Link About It section. There, …
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Everlane's Choose What You Pay Sale Is Back, Shop Now Before the New Year

Choose What You Pay Sale (Men’s and Women’s) | EverlaneRead more...
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The 20 most popular reader's photos of 2019

From ancient trees and strange sea slugs to odd and adorable insects plus more, our most popular reader's photos of the year are a tribute to Mother Nature.
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#5: Is the universe a hologram? The strange physics of black holes | Top 10 2019

Big Think's fifth most popular video of 2019 explains that, because energy cannot be destroyed, only transformed, some argue that information — arguably a form of energy — cannot be destroyed either. So then, what happens to information when it is absorbed into a black hole? Scientists don't know for certain, but some posit that it may be possible for it to leak away from the black hole over time.Black holes may hold information in a two-dimensional manner similar to a hologram, which take on th...
Tags: Space, Science, Nasa, Physics, Innovation, Universe, Cosmos, Michelle Thaller, Ask an astronomer

Submarine to explore why Antarctic glacier is melting so quickly

Scientists reach remote Thwaites glacier, vanishing at increasing rate, for missionAn international team of scientists has reached the Thwaites glacier in Antarctica and is preparing to drill through more than half a kilometre of ice into the dark waters beneath.The 600-metre deep borehole will allow researchers to lower down a torpedo-shaped robotic submarine that will explore the underside of the ice shelf to better understand why it is melting so fast. Continue reading...
Tags: Science, Climate Change, Environment, World news, Antarctica, Sea Level

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