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Meteor explodes over Arizona (VIDEO)

Meteor explodes over Arizona

A resounding boom over Tucson, Arizona, roused residents from their dinner tables Tuesday and had them pointing up to the sky. With the largest meteor shower of the year around the corner, the heavens seemed to be giving them a sneak preview. A whopper of a fireball roared over their heads and exploded, rattling their houses. According to CNN, the ... Read More »

‘Edge of Tomorrow’ Trailer: Tom Cruise’s Endless War (VIDEO)

Tom Cruise Edge of Tomorrow

Warner Bros.’ upcoming science-fiction action flick “Edge of Tomorrow” has made its Internet debut with the release of its first trailer. Previously known by the name “All You Need is Kill”, Edge of Tomorrow stars Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, and brings to the stage some mech-suited futuristic battle goodness, and just a taste of Groundhog Day deja vu. Read More »

Hub group: Baby seat with iPad holder stirs controversy

Baby seat with iPad holder stirs controversy

The baby bouncy seat, called the Newborn-to-Toddler Apptivity Seat for iPad, is designed so that parents can attach an iPad and let their children watch videos meant for their age group. The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood (CCFC) disagrees with sitting children in front of screens at such a young age and believes that Fisher Price should recall the product. ... Read More »

Europe reaffirms safety of aspartame (EFSA)

Europe reaffirms safety of aspartame

Europe’s food safety watchdog has concluded that the current level of artificial sweetener aspartame allowed in food and beverage products is “safe”. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) announced its findings today (10 December) as past of its review of all addivitives used in food and food ingredients, which is due to be completed by 2020. Read More »

Online game addiction law divides South Korea (PHOTO)

Online game addiction law divides South Korea

A bill that seeks to classify gaming as addictive behaviour like gambling and drugs is being considered in the South Korean parliament, supported by doctors, parents and religious groups, reports The Guardian. The legislation would limit advertising and a second bill would take 1 percent of the industry’s revenue and spend it on curbing addiction. Read More »

Oprah Winfrey explains why she never had kids

Oprah Winfrey explains why she never had kids

At 59, actress and talk show host Oprah Winfrey has no issues with the fact that she has no children. Winfrey gave birth to a baby boy prematurely when she 14, after being sexually abused. But the baby died after a few weeks. Now Winfrey is glad about having no kids as she feels that her professional life would have ... Read More »

Food Tech Start-up Aims to Replace Eggs, chickens

Food-Tech Start-up Aims to Replace Eggs, chickens

A rise in private equity-backed startups focusing on food technology is fueled by the goal to change how people eat. CB Insights Chief Executive Officer Anand Sanwal said, “There’s nothing to indicate that this will be a trend that will end anytime soon. Sustainability and challenges to the food supply are pretty fundamental issues.” The New York firm venture capital ... Read More »

College Majors With the highest Starting Salaries

College Majors With the highest Starting Salaries

Competition can be fierce in today’s post-financial crisis job market, so ensuring a secure future starts with planning a course of college study that will garner a lucrative, long-term career. Which college you attend definitely makes a difference, but the type of major that produces an in-demand degree is paramount. Here are three current college majors that can net you ... Read More »