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All of that boozing is costing us about $148 billion every year in productivity. ... READ ON
French museum workers walk out as the home to the Mona Lisa is plagued by increasingly aggressive thieves ... READ ON
UC Santa Cruz researchers say Ronan is the first mammal to successfully get funky... READ ON
An Oregon teen with Down syndrome joins an unrivaled group who have scaled, snowboarded, and rocked out on Mount Everest.... READ ON
On April 3, 1973, a Motorola employee named Martin Cooper strolled out onto New York's Sixth Avenue with an oddly-shaped plastic brick in his hand. He pressed a few buttons, puzzled onlookers by holding the device to his ear, and placed the world's first ever cell phone call to Joel Engel, the head of research at Bell Labs. Cooper told his chief rival that, yes, Motorola had successfully engineered the world's first cell phone. History: Made.... READ ON
The evolution of the cloaking device, from its origins in Star Trek fantasy to intricate new metamaterials.... READ ON
A spat between a Dutch webhost and a spam-fighting organization is crippling the Internet.... READ ON
Courtney Cox and Matthew Perry (Monica and Chandler!) are not the only beloved characters to find themselves reuniting on the same small screen... READ ON
The animated map, from an anonymous researcher, is beautiful, mesmerizing — and made using highly illegal means... READ ON
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