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Nikolay Nikolov

Tech studio turns your deepest memories into mind-blowing abstract art

Imagine if you could turn your memories and emotions into compelling abstract paintings. 

A London-based creative technology studio, Random Quark, has found a way to visually and directly represent emotions by scanning people's brains to create awe-inspiring paintings.  Read more...

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Patrick Kulp

If you shop at Target, we've got bad news for you

How do you compete with Amazon and Walmart?

That's the question ringing in the ears of everyone who works in U.S. retail. Amazon's blockbuster $13.7 billion deal to buy Whole Foods solidified the notion that the retail giant is not content to just dominate ecommerce—it's coming for your real-world stores too. 

Walmart is attacking from the other direction. Already established as the dominant U.S. store with more than 11,000 locations, it is now on a buying spree to establish itself as...


Proma Khosla

Netflix embraces eccentric '80s wrestling with 'GLOW'

In an era of prestige television, it's rare that a show gets to be as guiltlessly entertaining as Netflix's GLOW.

Set in the psychedelic 1980s, GLOW follows a group of "unconventional" women (not thin, white, or even blonde) in the process of filming a wrestling movie, a first for all of them and a seemingly impossible ask.

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GLOW starts slowly with Ruth (Alison Brie), a down-on-her-luck actress who keeps getting the...


Nicole Gallucci

Katy Perry just released a behind-the-scenes video of One Love Manchester

Ariana Grande's unifying One Love Manchester benefit concert — which took place after a deadly attack at her May show left 22 dead and dozens injured  — brought together some of the world's most popular musical artists to raise money for Manchester attack victims.

And though the touching performances are over, Katy Perry recently released some behind-the-scenes footage of rehearsals, backstage interactions, and red carpet hugs from the charity event so fans can keep the love...


Angie Han

Ron Howard gently reminds you that he's been a 'Star Wars' fan for longer than you have

Ron Howard is ready to talk. 

The newly installed director of the Han Solo spinoff has spoken up to express how "grateful" he is to join Star Wars after being a fan of franchise for "forever."

SEE ALSO: Ron Howard is the perfect choice to fix Han Solo. Here's why.

Howard was announced as the new director of the movie just yesterday, after original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller split over "creative differences." Their departure came as a shock, since the film was already several...


Martha Tesema

Johnny Depp had a question about Donald Trump's assassination at Glastonbury

Johnny Depp has taken a page out of Kathy Griffin's book when it comes to resisting the current occupant of The White House. 

During the introduction to his 2004 film The Libertine at Cineramageddon, the drive-in film portion of arts festival Glastonbury, the actor tried to get political with a super awkward joke. While he did not quite pose for a photograph with a beheaded Donald Trump, he did attempt to causally bring up...assassination.

SEE ALSO: Kathy Griffin speaks about Trump photo...


Samantha Scelzo

Jimmy Kimmel had a serious chat with some kids about the GOP health care bill

Republicans unveiled their new healthcare bill on Thursday, so Jimmy Kimmel sat down with some future voters and leaders to get their take on all things health care, going to the doctor, and sharing.

The young minds had a lot to say — including that "of course!" people who have money should help those who don't to get better if they're sick. The kids also play a very symbolic game of musical chairs, with the loser left without healthcare. They're all confused as to why everyone can't...


Michelle Yan

Light up the crowd with these LED lashes

f.lashes are LED lashes. They are activated by head motion such as tilting your or nodding. There's a thin wire for you to put behind your ear and attach the controller behind your head. f.lashes claim to be weather-resistant and don't emit noticeable heat. They are reusable and costs $40. Read more...

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Jessica Sroczynski

Someone painted Mark Zuckerberg's face on their nails he's into it

In the wonderful world of outrageous nail art, this is one manicure you're sure to "like."

Mark Zuckerberg, the man behind Facebook, posted a photo on his Instagram of some very on-brand nail art, and it is really something.

This is a first. #fcs2017

A post shared by Mark Zuckerberg (@zuck) on Jun 22, 2017 at 4:58pm PDT

Let's dissect the social network homage that is happening on these unnamed fingers. 

On the pinky, we've got our classic "like" button, which is really a thumbs-up so...


Damon Beres

The 10 Worst Emoji of All Time

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Laura Vitto

Poor, hip weatherman's forecast thwarted by massive umbrella

Armed with a truly massive umbrella, this Irish weatherman braved the wind and rain to bring a live forecast to his Ireland AM viewers. 

But as anyone who's carried an umbrella through a windy rainstorm knows, it's only a matter of time before your rain gear quite literally turns against you. 

Good luck out there, dude.

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Avi Bagla

The effects of cuddling on a relationship

Physician Dr. Roshini Raj explains the effects and benefits of cuddling.

Love 101 is a new mini-series from Mashable and Bravo. Dr. Raj guides you through the effects of falling in and out of love.

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More about Sex, Bravo, Cuddling, Love 101, and Science


Samantha Scelzo

Evil Russian geniuses created a fidget spinner out of cars

The fidget spinner trend is getting bigger and bigger and shows no sign of stopping. It has gotten so big, in fact, that people are no longer satisfied with handheld versions, and are creating the toys out of much larger materials to appease their fidgeting urges.

In this video uploaded to Youtube by user ????? 54, a group of Russian geniuses take the trend perhaps a bit too far, and create a giant fidget spinner out of beat up old cars. First, they cut three cars in half, welding the...

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Andy Greenberg

ORide Is a Prototype for an Encrypted Uber That Can't Track You

Researchers built a proof-of-concept system to show that Uber and Lyft don't actually need to know where you are.

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Angela Watercutter

'The Bad Batch': Every Good Director Needs a Messy Second Movie

Sophomore slumps are common, sure, but sometimes things are misunderstood for a reason—and Ana Lily Amirpour's new outing is no exception.

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Trump: Comey's story may have changed

In an interview with "Fox and Friends," President Donald Trump says that he doesn't have tapes between himself and former FBI director James Comey but that there may be "governmental tapes."

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Arab states give Qatar list of demands

Four Arab states that have isolated Qatar have handed the country a list of 13 demands, including some that are likely to infuriate Doha and exacerbate the region's worst crisis in decades.

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New details in USS Fitzgerald collision

Five of the seven Navy sailors who died aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald when it collided with a cargo ship off the east coast of Japan may have been almost instantly "incapacitated" and died quickly, according to a preliminary Navy analysis, a defense official told CNN.

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WaPo: Putin directed election hacks

The Washington Post reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin directed the hacking of DNC emails to help elect President Trump.

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WaPo: Obama administration 'choked' on Russia, former official says

A former Obama official said the previous administration "sort of choked" in its effort to punish Russian President Vladimir Putin over his attempts to influence the US presidential election in Donald Trump's favor, The Washington Post reported Friday.

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