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“The TV model is broken,” says ISP that stopped offering pay-TV »

Nick Thompson Programming costs are so high today that even Comcast complains about the expense. What of small Internet service providers who lack the negotiating power of the nation’s largest TV…

Oct 1 2014 / Read More »

Apple’s New Anti-Tracking System For iPhones Doesn’t Work, Researcher Claims »

One of the new features in iOS 8, the latest update to Apple’s mobile operating system for iPhone and iPad, seems to be a huge benefit for users who want…

Oct 1 2014 / Read More »

L’Oreal Halts Business Travel to Hong Kong Amid Protests »

The cosmetics company L’Oreal said Tuesday that it’s suspending all business travel to Hong Kong amid pro-democracy demonstrations that have brought the city to a standstill, in a troubling sign…

Sep 30 2014 / Read More »
Health

Westwood Gives Sleep Center a Wakeup Call »

Andrew Westwood, MD. Since joining the Department of Neurology in July 2013 as its first full-time sleep medicine faculty, Andrew Westwood,…

Sep 25 2014 / Read More »

Gene protects teens from alcohol problems but not if they drink with friends »

Robert Boston Emily Olfson, an MD/PhD student, led a research team that found that although a gene variant protects some…

Sep 24 2014 / Read More »

Ones to Watch: Obstetrics and Gynecology »

From left, Arnold P. Advincula, MD; Rosanne Kho, MD; and Beth W. Rackow, MD, FACOG. This month’s Ones to Watch…

Sep 23 2014 / Read More »
Science

Having a Smaller Clitoris Is Associated With Anorgasmia »

A study comparing physiological aspects of anorgasmic women and others who do not have problems reaching climax concludes that the size and the internal position of the clitoris could condition genital excitement and orgasm. Factors most commonly associated with women’s anorgasmia are little masturbating experience,…

Oct 1 2014 / Read More »

Dense star-forming regions have complex organic molecules »

Star-forming region near the center of the Milky Way. Composite image, assembled from infrared images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, the Spitzer Space Telescope, and the Chandra X-Ray Observatory in 2009. NASA & ESA The most complex organic molecule yet to be discovered in interstellar space has been…

Oct 1 2014 / Read More »

First US Ebola diagnosis confirmed by CDC [Updated] »

The Dallas Morning News is reporting that we’ve now seen the first case of Ebola infection diagnosed within the US. Although patients were previously brought back to the US for treatment following infection in West Africa, this is the first case we know of where the…

Sep 30 2014 / Read More »
Sports

Xavi Sets Champions League Appearance Record vs. PSG »

Barcelona’s midfield icon Xavi Hernandez has become the new all-time record holder for appearances in the Champions League after playing his 143rd game in the…

Sep 30 2014 / Read More »

Rory McIlroy vs. Rickie Fowler: Recap, Twitter Reaction from 2014 Ryder Cup »

Sunday’s action at the 2014 Ryder Cup featured 12 one-on-one match play games, but the most anticipated matchup for many fans was Rory McIlroy representing…

Sep 28 2014 / Read More »

Bengals’ Devon Still Gives His Daughter Pep Talk Before Her Cancer Surgery »

Before his four-year-old daughter, Leah, went in for surgery for pediatric cancer on Thursday, Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still gave her a quick pep…

Sep 25 2014 / Read More »
Technology

Big Nexus 6 possibly spotted in-hand

Yesterday, we posited that a huge Nexus 6 would be a big mistake by Google. It’s hard to put a big Nexus 6 into context until you see it in the hand, though. A new pic alleges…

Oct 1 2014 / Read More »
Business

“The TV model is broken,” says ISP that stopped offering pay-TV

Nick Thompson Programming costs are so high today that even Comcast complains about the expense. What of small Internet service providers who lack the negotiating power of the nation’s largest TV and broadband company? Some of them…

Oct 1 2014 / Read More »
Politics

Kevin Spacey Unveils ‘Frank Underwood’s Guide to Philanthropy’ Between Songs

WASHINGTON — Rarely do leaders from both parties come together to support one cause, but if “House of Cards” has taught us anything, it’s that nothing stops Frank Underwood from getting what he wants. Thus it…

Oct 1 2014 / Read More »
Entertainment

Q&A: Jeffrey Tambor Talks Transparent

I first remember seeing Jeffrey Tambor on the Three’s Company spinoff The Ropers, where he played the snooty neighbor Jeffrey P. Brookes III. You might remember him later as sidekick Hank Kingsley on The Larry Sanders…

Sep 24 2014 / Read More »
Health

Westwood Gives Sleep Center a Wakeup Call

Andrew Westwood, MD. Since joining the Department of Neurology in July 2013 as its first full-time sleep medicine faculty, Andrew Westwood, MD, has been actively engaged in “reawakening” the neurology department’s sleep program. As a result of increased…

Sep 25 2014 / Read More »
Science

Having a Smaller Clitoris Is Associated With Anorgasmia

A study comparing physiological aspects of anorgasmic women and others who do not have problems reaching climax concludes that the size and the internal position of the clitoris could condition genital excitement and orgasm. Factors most…

Oct 1 2014 / Read More »
Sports

Xavi Sets Champions League Appearance Record vs. PSG

Barcelona’s midfield icon Xavi Hernandez has become the new all-time record holder for appearances in the Champions League after playing his 143rd game in the competition against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday. Bleacher Report created a graphic…

Sep 30 2014 / Read More »
Spotlight

Artist John Koga’s Naked Tears in the Nanogallery

A former phone booth in the lobby of the Honolulu Museum of Art School has become a fun and formidable exhibition space, attracting some of the island’s biggest art names like Jason Teraoka, Daven Hee, Jon…

Sep 4 2014 / Read More »
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