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Is The Highest Priced Pet Food The Best?  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
FORT WORTH (CBS 11 NEWS) ‚"ď Some pet owners may say their animals eat better than they do. Whatever you think your pet needs, there‚"ôs a product ready to meet...
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Teen smartphone ownership skyrockets in U.S.  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
(Credit: Pew Research Center) The old stereotype that teens love using telephones still holds true even in the digital age. Now, though, instead of landlines,...
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Parents crowdfund firstborn child on Indiegogo  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
The expectant parents are looking for a little birthing assistance. (Credit: Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET) Crowdfunding may be a normal way to start...
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Why Amazon Prime Could Soon Cost You Next to Nothing  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
A new report says Amazon makes so much money off Prime customers that the company could drop the annual fee by dozens of dollars and still come out ahead.
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Job burnout can severely compromise heart health  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
Dr. Sharon Toker of Tel Aviv University has found a link between job burnout and coronary heart disease (CHD), the buildup of plaque in the coronary arteries that...
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Hiding secret messages in email jokes  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
It is possible to hide secret messages in simple jokes, according to new research.
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Camera Ball Bounces In for Closer Look  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
Police and fire-fighters may soon have a new tool for assessing dangerous situations before taking action. Boston company Bounce Imaging have developed a camera-ball...
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Japan taps 'fiery ice' fuel from seabed  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
A successful drilling test sets the scene for commercial energy production that exploits methane hydrates, an abundant new power source
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Craig Venter close to creating synthetic life  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
Synthetic genome pioneer Craig Venter says that his team is close to creating a living bacterium made completely from scratch
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Events in the future seem closer than those in the past  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
Time flies, marches on, and flows like a river -- our descriptions of time are closely linked to our experiences of moving through space. Now, new research suggests...
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Using hansfree kit or sending texts behind the wheel is as dangerous as being twice over legal alcohol limit, study suggests  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
Scientists have compared the effects of mobile phone use while driving with the effects of alcohol using a simulation. Their experiment demonstrates that using a...
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Doctors 'used fake fingers' to clock in for colleagues at ER  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
There are many types of finger scanners. Can they all be easily fooled? (Credit: Chinavision/YouTube; screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET) I feel sure this story...
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Punishment can enhance performance, academics find  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
The stick can work just as well as the carrot in improving our performance, a team of academics has found.
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Study: Babies Delight in the Suffering of Others  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:00pm
Before my children were born, I held with Thomas Sowell's view that "Each new generation born is in effect an invasion of civilization by little barbarians, who...
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Microsoft backs away from Flash ban in IE10  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:47am
An about-face in Internet Explorer 10 shows Microsoft is not merely backing off from its hostility toward Flash Player, but actually warming up to the Adobe Systems...
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AT&T outshines Verizon in 4G LTE speed tests  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:47am
AT&T may not have the largest 4G LTE network but it has the fastest, at least according to new data from Root Metrics. Among the top four U.S. mobile carriers...
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Fluoride in drinking water cuts tooth decay in adults, study shows  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:47am
A new study has produced the strongest evidence yet that fluoride in drinking water provides dental health benefits to adults, even those who had not received fluoridated...
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Americans Drink 44 Gallons of Soda Per Year  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:47am
Today was going to be the last day before New York City's ban on large containers of soda would go into effect ‚"Ē until, that is, a judge on the New York Supreme...
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Researchers highlight potential security risk to iOS users  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:47am
(Credit: Apple) Android usually gets smacked around for playing host to mobile malware, but iOS isn't totally immune, according to researchers at Skycure Security...
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More Americans opting to cut cord on traditional TV  |  posted Mar 13th - 6:47am
While the vast majority of U.S. residents own televisions and watch them regularly, more and more people are opting to toss their cable plans and use other devices...
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