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Underrepresentation of Women Bad News for Tech Startups

Despite the fact that 200,000 new tech jobs were formed in 2016, women are still severely underrepresented in the industry. Startups are popping up all over the country, and in California in particular, but recent studies have shown that the majority of women in tech would rather work anywhere else. Startups have somehow managed to […]

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How Did European Carmakers Beat Their Emissions Targets?

This April the European Environment Agency of the European Union announced that automakers there actually came in below the reduced emissions target set by regulators. In 2015, new cars sold in the 28 EU member countries emitted 119.6 grams of CO2 per kilometer on average, a full eight percentage points below the year’s target rate. […]

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Art Inspired By Richard III’s Skull Is On Exhibit In London

Richard III had a long and dramatic life — and even after his death, his remains are experiencing celebrity status. The king’s remains were found during an archaeological excavation in 2012, under a city council parking lot in Leicester at a site that had once been a Medieval friary. After extensive DNA testing, the team […]

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‘Terrorist Sounding’ Dog’s Name Leads to Bank Freezing Man’s Online payments

In the United States, about 26% of people admit to not making their payments on time. There are many reasons why people miss payments, but for Bruce Francis of San Francisco, his reason is more of a rarity after Chase Bank misunderstood the memo line on his check. The Huffington Post reports that Francis was […]

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Caught on Camera: Five Guys Burglar Cooks Himself Midnight Snack

This April an anonymous Washington D.C. man has gone viral for a most unusual crime. On March 18, between the hours of 3 a.m. and 5 a.m., the suspect stealthily followed a delivery man inside a Five Guys fast food restaurant. The man waited for the delivery man to leave, then proceeded to rummage around […]

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Ohio Pilots a High Tech School Bus Alert System to Protect School Children

In Ohio, Department of Transportation officials are trying to figure out how to get drivers to pay more attention to signs on and about school buses. School buses are so ubiquitous across the American educational landscape that they have penetrated our understanding and perception of the primary school experience. Not only that, but they are […]

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Apple Not Suing FBI Over Purchased iPhone Hacking Device

Apple has announced that they are not suing the FBI over the recent iPhone hack, and that they are confident that whatever method officials used to gain access will not be a security threat for the majority of iPhone users in the future. Just last month the Federal Bureau of Investigations revealed that they had […]

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The Invention You Didn’t Know You Needed Till Now: The Flying Selfie Stick

According to Mashable.com, the industry of self-photo taking just took an innovative, if not contradictory, turn. IoT Group, an Australian-based technology company, just began the pre-sale of the ROAM-e, a flying selfie stick. “The selfie stick’s problem is it’s confined by the length of the stick,” Ian Duffell, executive director of the IoT Group, told […]

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Study Finds Discrepancy in Level of Care For Heart Disease in Men and Women

While men and women complain of having similar symptoms, men’s claims are usually assessed as higher risk and taken more seriously. Discrepancies in treatment of men and women in the medical world might increase women’s risk factor when it comes to heart disease, a new study says, with care levels lagging far behind compared to […]

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Angry Millennial Crashes Car Into an ATM Because Taco Bell Was Closed

If there’s one thing that millennials love, it’s Taco Bell. Many a meme has expressed the generation’s love for cheesy gordita crunches, $1 breakfast bowls, and other inexpensive fast-food South-of-the-border delights. But when you deny a millennial their Taco Bell fix, you better watch out. As shown by one Massachusetts man, the consequences can be […]