Originally published on April 15, 2015. On April 13, 2015, a dozen Indian soldiers and police in an armored vehicle patrolled near their camp in Dantewada, Chhattisgarh. It was a small part of a little-known war with Maoist rebels in the state. The rebels waited in ambush, and blew up...
Originally published in the September/October 2015 issue of Robb Report Home & Style as “Character Study” The recently opened Bottega Veneta home-furnishings boutique—replete with such adornments as 18th-century frescoes—on Milan’s Via...Show More Summary
Each week we publish a number of fantastic deals on the blog and in Quick Deals. Most deals don’t last long, but some hang around for awhile. In an effort to keep you up to date, we have gone back through each of the deals posted over the last couple of months to let you know which ones are still active. Show More Summary
We Are The Mighty online magazine recently published a list of seven pieces of new Russian weaponry and military equipment which are sending shivers down the spines of Western military commanders.
Spider of Selenops family | Image: Stephen P. YanovikA recent National Geographic article based on data from a study called "Arachnid aloft: directed aerial descent in neotropical canopy spiders" published in the Journal of the Royal...Show More Summary
This is not OK. Chrissie Hynde, the singer of the famous rock band The Pretenders, is coming under fire Sunday for comments she made that were published this morning in the Sunday Times magazine. [ Related: Baseball Fan Dies After Fall From Stadium's Upper Deck ] Those comments centered around rape, and how Hynde believes it's possible for [...]
Publisher Versus Evil had a bunch of games at PAX Prime 2015, and while none were demoing on mobile specifically, a couple of games based on the engine for The Banner Saga [$9.99] are on their way to mobile, with Bedlam and The Banner Saga 2, and the development of Guild of Dungeoneering continues onward,
Diets rich in fish oil versus diets rich in lard produce very different bacteria in the guts of mice, reports a study from Sahlgrenska Academy published in Cell Metabolism. The researchers transferred these microbes into other mice to see how they affected health. Show More Summary
By: Sara G. Miller, Live Science Contributor Published: 08/27/2015 10:32 AM EDT on LiveScience Second-born siblings may argue that firstborns get all the glory, but there may be a health benefit to coming in second: Firstborn women may be more likely to be overweight or obese than their later-born sisters, according to a new study in Sweden. Show More Summary
A video was published on line showing an unlucky SUV driver trying to get out of being towed.
After a hard weekend dancing your heart out at the festival, sit back, relax and let these soothing sounds wash over your soul. Mixtape: Relax and rewind was originally published on The Blue Walrus.
Amazon’s formula isn’t perfect, but it’s taken them from scrappy online bookseller to dominant player in the retail, publishing, and IT infrastructure industries. We may argue their tactics, but there’s no arguing with their success...
Originally published on EV Obsession. Are BMW’s electric vehicle (EV) offerings going to be set up for wireless charging in only the next few years? An interesting question — it certainly does seem that the technology is developing at a fairly rapid rate, so maybe widespread use is something that we can expect soon. Show More Summary
After months of waiting for Mortal Kombat X to be ported to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, Mortal Kombat X publisher Warner Bros. finally announced that Mortal Kombat X will not come to last-gen consoles PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 anymore. Show More Summary
Autoplaying Flash ads have become increasingly troublesome to web users as many advertising networks rely on Flash ads to supply the interactive and attention-grabbing creative that keeps the money flowing, and publishers afloat. The reason for user frustration with Flash ads is simple. Show More Summary
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Oliver Sacks, the eminent neurologist and writer, has died at his home in New York City. He was 82. The cause of death was cancer, Kate Edgar, his longtime personal assistant, told the New York Times, which had published an essay by Sacks in February revealing that an earlier melanoma in his eye...