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Only 5 billion years until Andromeda Galaxy eats Milky Way

Only 5 billion years until Andromeda Galaxy eats Milky Way

A new study claims our own galaxy, the Milky Way, must eat other galaxies to grow. Eventually, our home galaxy will be eaten by a larger neighbor.
Brooks Hays
BYU electric car breaks another land speed record

BYU electric car breaks another land speed record

An ultralight electric car, an E1 streamliner called Electric Blue, just set a new land speed record for vehicles in its class, averaging 204.9 mph.
Brooks Hays
'Finding Nemo' has some basis in science... some

'Finding Nemo' has some basis in science... some

A new study suggests there is some scientific truth to the popular Pixar film "Finding Nemo," baby clownfish can and do travel hundreds of miles on their own.
Brooks Hays
Study: Earth to host 11 billion people by end of century

Study: Earth to host 11 billion people by end of century

There could be upwards of 12 billion people on Earth by 2100, according to the latest population projections from scientists with the United Nations.
Brooks Hays
Perth's first iPhone buyer immediately drops brand new phone on live TV

Perth's first iPhone buyer immediately drops brand new phone on live TV

Jack Cooksey's elation at being the first iPhone 6 buyer in Perth, Australia, was smashed when he dropped his brand new device on the ground on live television.
Gabrielle Levy
Android phones to join iPhone in saying no to the police

Android phones to join iPhone in saying no to the police

The next generation of Google's Android operating system will encrypt user data -- making it harder for police to get users personal information.
Heather Records
iOS 8 has a "killswitch" to help lower theft

iOS 8 has a "killswitch" to help lower theft

iOS 8 has a killswitch in the software to help cut down on iPhone theft.
Heather Records
Report: Facebook Messenger app is loaded with spyware

Report: Facebook Messenger app is loaded with spyware

A new report claims Facebook's Messenger App is loaded with spyware.
Heather Records
2014 summer was hottest on record, NOAA says

2014 summer was hottest on record, NOAA says

According to new data from the NOAA, the planet Earth hasn't had this hot of a summer since record-keeping began in 1880.
Brooks Hays
Fall foliage arriving later, lasting longer

Fall foliage arriving later, lasting longer

A new study by researchers at Princeton University predicts a warming planet could push the peak of fall foliage back a few weeks by the end of the century.
Brooks Hays
Next-generation space suits will be like second skin

Next-generation space suits will be like second skin

The next generation of space suits look less Apollo 11 and a lot more Apolo Ohno -- out with the gas-pressurized suit and in with the lightweight second skin.
Brooks Hays
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to join climate march

U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to join climate march

Ban Ki-moon will join more than 100,000 protesters in a march through New York City this weekend in an effort to raise awareness about global warming.
Brooks Hays
Ship sunk off coast of Texas to create artificial reef

Ship sunk off coast of Texas to create artificial reef

A team of engineers sank the retired ocean freighter Kinta S yesterday, adding it to an artificial reef for sea creatures in the Gulf of Mexico.
Brooks Hays
MAVEN space probe to reach Mars this weekend

MAVEN space probe to reach Mars this weekend

After a 10-month, 442-million-mile-long interplanetary journey, MAVEN, one of NASA's newest space probes, is set to orbit Mars.
Brooks Hays
Facebook reportedly creating another photo sharing app

Facebook reportedly creating another photo sharing app

Facebook is reportedly creating an app for super-secret photo sharing.
Heather Records
NASA says they found smallest known galaxy with a black hole

NASA says they found smallest known galaxy with a black hole

NASA said the Hubble Space Telescope has helped them find a monster black hole.
Heather Records
Bug infects iOS 8's HealthKit, slowing app launch

Bug infects iOS 8's HealthKit, slowing app launch

Apple said its HealthKit feature has a bug -- delaying the launch of related apps.
Heather Records
Tornado season is peaking earlier, growing more volatile

Tornado season is peaking earlier, growing more volatile

New research suggests that peak tornado season in the central and southern Great Plains -- so-called Tornado Alley -- is inching earlier and earlier each year.
Brooks Hays
Material mimicking shark skin combats hospital superbugs

Material mimicking shark skin combats hospital superbugs

A shark skin-like material called Sharklet can be used to combat superbugs in hospitals, according to a new study.
Aileen Graef
Study: Chimps are natural born killers

Study: Chimps are natural born killers

A new study suggests chimpanzees aren't more violent as a result of human pressures, but are simply violent by nature.
Brooks Hays
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