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This photo deeply disgusts some people, and scientists are trying to understand why

Clustered holes, bumps, and similar patterns disgust some people. Some 15%-17% of people may experience this disgust, called trypophobia. Trypophobia is not considered a true phobia, though it's poorly understood. Many researchers agree...Show More Summary

Here's the EU's full statement on Google's record-breaking €2.4 billion fine (GOOG)

The European Commission has handed Google a record-breaking €2.4 billion fine for abusing its dominant position and promoting its own shopping service in its search results over those of its competitors. The fine is twice as much asShow More Summary

America's top cyclist entering the Tour de France has been using a portable brain stimulator to try to gain an edge, and he says it actually works

The highest-ranked American cyclist heading into this year's Tour de France, Andrew Talansky, is using portable neuroscience technology to try to gain an edge over his world-class rivals, and he says his performance has improved since...Show More Summary

Apple just bought a company that made eye-tracking 'smart' glasses (AAPL)

Apple has purchased a small German company that specializes in eye-tracking, MacRumors reported on Monday. The company, SensoMotoric Instruments, previously made a specialized pair of glasses that used eye tracking for a variety of applications, including athletics. The company used the domain name eyetracking-glasses.com. Show More Summary

Apple CEO Tim Cook got a big laugh during his surprise appearance at Cisco's conference (AAPL)

LAS VEGAS – Cisco's massive customer conference kicked off this week in Las Vegas, and CEO Chuck Robbins had a surprise special guest for his opening keynote: Apple CEO Tim Cook. The two CEOs gave an update on their two-year old partnership...Show More Summary

First ever close-up footage of DNA replication will have experts rewriting textbooks

For the first time, scientists have recorded DNA replication in real time. The scientists extracted DNA from E. coli bacteria, dyed it, and then watched the DNA replicate itself. The footage, alone, is fascinating. But the real shocker comes with what scientists discovered from the footage. Show More Summary

SpaceX has launched and landed another used rocket, saving what could be millions of dollars

SpaceX on Friday kicked off the first of two rocket launches this weekend with a smashing success. The aerospace company, founded by tech mogul Elon Musk, fired off a Falcon 9 rocket around 3:10 p.m. EDT on June 23. Minutes later, it...Show More Summary

I'm finally going to cut the cord — because of Phil Jackson and James Dolan

Lots of people are ditching cable these days. They're often sick of the big bills, or paying for loads of channels they never watch. Or maybe they are just finding themselves spending more time with various streaming services. I'm finally...Show More Summary

Ultra-powerful 'Legendary' Pokémon are finally coming to 'Pokémon Go'

Since the release of Pokémon Go last July, players have been clamoring to catch so-called Legendary Pokémon like Mewtwo. Legendaries are extremely rare and powerful Pokémon from the original game series. And until now, they've been completely...Show More Summary

A manager at Google breaks down what makes a great fit — and most of it is difficult to learn

As managing director for Google’s global customer acquisitions group, Darren Pleasance has teams in 20 countries around the world. So you could say he knows what to look for in a prospective hire. On the Wall Street Oasis podcast, Pleasance...Show More Summary

How the most horrifying 'Game of Thrones' scene was shot: 'We wanted everyone to be incredibly shocked'

The Red Wedding is one of the most upsetting scenes to ever unfold on television and definitely one of the most upsetting things to ever happen on "Game of Thrones," a show filled with upsetting things. The Red Wedding aired four years...Show More Summary

Watch the original Mazda Miata race the new MX-5

Mazda rolled out a new MX-5, known more colloquially as the "Miata," in 2015. A quarter-century after its introduction, the frisky little drop-top has been steadily improved. It's gotten bigger and faster. But how much faster? MazdaShow More Summary

Watch a young Elon Musk take delivery of his McLaren F1 hypercar — before he wrecked it (TSLA)

Elon Musk goes through life with a "go big or go home" type of attitude. So in 1999, Musk decided to reward himself with a new car after selling his startup — Zip2 — for more than $300 million. And not just any car. The greatest andShow More Summary

Burger King’s Google Home Whopper stunt beat 'Fearless Girl' in a stunning upset at Cannes

After sneaking into people’s homes, Burger King has managed to sneak an award from right under Fearless Girl's nose at the Cannes Lions, advertising's biggest annual gathering. Back in April, the fast food chain created a sneaky TV spot that served as a hack for Google Home. Show More Summary

Elon Musk runs two huge companies by breaking his day into 5-minute slots

Elon Musk has a lot on his plate. The tech entrepreneur now balances his time between his two companies, Tesla and SpaceX. His jam-packed schedule sees him darting back and forth between SpaceX's LA headquarters and Tesla's base in the Bay Area. All in all, Musk puts in about 85 to 100 hours a week, according to The Independent. Show More Summary

Programmers who use spaces in their code get paid more than those who use tabs

There's a raging controversy in the world of programming: Some programmers use spaces to indent their lines of code, others use tabs. No joke. Spaces vs. tabs has literally been dubbed the "eternal holy war," and is the subject of many...Show More Summary

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