Top 5 Technologies Revolutionizing eCommerce

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Intact human footprints found in Tanzania near Mountain of God volcano

A set of ancient human footprints found in Tanzania has turned out to be the largest such set in all of Africa, as well as the one that remains the most intact despite the passing of time. A new study has documented how footprints found in 2008 by conservationist Jim Brett had covered the size…

BMW M2 Coupe named Sport Auto’s sportiest in 2016 poll

The BMW M2 Coupe has won another survey, topping Sport Auto's annual poll of sportiest cars and adding another feather to the cap of the German automaker, and its M-Class in general, which won a total of five awards. The Sport Auto survey saw the M2 Coupe pick up 21.8 percent of the votes in the…

Matt Taylor explains decision to end Rosetta mission

With the European Space Agency’s Rosetta project having come to a dramatic end, project scientist Matt Taylor opened up to U.K. publication The Guardian in a revealing interview on what may be next for ESA after the comet-chasing spacecraft crash-landed into 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The Rosetta spacecraft was launched in 2004, and created a buzz several times…

Microsoft might launch Surface all-in-one despite ostensible focus on Windows 10

Microsoft may only be focusing on Windows 10 in its press literature and invites for its late October event, but leaks and rumors suggest Redmond may have much more to offer. Specifically, the company appears to have one big surprise that shouldn't be one to anyone who's been paying attention to the news behind the…

Boeing CEO says he hopes to beat Elon Musk and SpaceX in race to Mars

Decades ago, the United States and what was then the Soviet Union were fiercely duking it out in what was known as the “Space Race," as both countries engaged in a fierce competition to one-up each other in terms of space travel accomplishments. Back in 1969, was Boeing that had helped America beat the U.S.S.R. to…

California engineers discover true cost of EpiPens

As the EpiPen pricing scandal continues and Mylan CEO Heather Bresch continues to face criticism from consumers and government officials, a pair of Silicon Valley engineers looked into how much it really costs to make the life-saving auto-injectors. Their findings were, to say the least, shocking, as the devices cost almost 100 times less than…

Snap’s new Spectacles — potential game-changer, or clear and present danger?

After much buzz surrounding Snap, Inc.’s new connected sunglasses called Spectacles, the company has announced that it will release the device this fall, at a selling price of $129. Earlier this week, Snap’s youthful CEO, Evan Spiegel, told the Wall Street Journal that the company will no longer be known as Snapchat, but would henceforth…

iPhone 7 battery life feedback mixed on first reviews

Whether you love the iPhone 7 or not, the device appears to be evolutionary all around, contrary to what you'd expect from an iPhone without an "s" in the nomenclature. With a samey design and a lack of new, groundbreaking features, Apple's new flagship has received a lot of criticism. But when it comes to…

Dead humpback whale in Jersey Shore may have been trapped in fishing line

A humpback whale was found dead and washed up on the shore of Sea Isle City on Friday afternoon. Sadly, authorities believe it may have died due to human-related reasons -- a commercial fishing line, to be specific. According to authorities, the whale was found washed up around 1 p.m., and had been dead for…