Study: Twitter Users More Formal When Using HashtagsTwitter users tend to include more formal language when using hashtags, according to a new study.
Self-Driving Cars Raise Question Of Technology Tackling Life-Or-Death DecisionsThe age of advanced technology and self-driving cars does not go without its concerns. Among the many questions is one that stands out: will your car be programmed to kill you if that means more strangers may be saved?
Google Announces Super Fast Internet Heading To Atlanta
CBS Offers Digital Subscription Service To ConsumersCBS announced the launch of CBS All Access, a new digital subscription video on demand live streaming service for the CBS Television Network.
Study: People Ignored On Facebook Feel Isolation, Less 'Meaningful Existence'The study finds that the more Facebook likes and comments that a person receives, the more likely they are to feel positive about themselves. On the other hand, the fewer likes and comments responding to a person’s status reflected feelings of loneliness and low self-worth.
Poll: 1-In-5 People Would 'Have Sex With Android,' 1-In-10 Want Robot ChildIn a survey of changing attitudes between human beings and robots, nearly one-in-five people said they were “willing to have sex with an android,” despite more than one-third of respondents saying they fear machines will threaten the human race.
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New Cologne Promises To Help You Survive A Zombie ApocalypseIdea for "Death Cologne" inspired by an episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead."
Scientists Make Muscles Out Of Fishing Wire And ThreadArtificial muscles are stronger, more durable than human tissue.
Cows Produce More Milk Listening To Slow Jams PlaylistThe “Milking to Music” report from global agriculture medium, Modern Farmer, suggests some slow-jam songs to test increased milk production. The playlist includes songs ranging from Lou Reed to Mozart.
Dept. Of Energy OKs $6.5 Billion For Georgia Nuclear Power PlantFacility near Augusta would be the first nuclear power plant built in the U.S in over 30 years.
Consumer Groups Fight $5 'Obama Phone' Fee In GeorgiaAdvocacy groups are fighting a Georgia policy that would charge the state’s nearly 800,000 users of taxpayer-funded cellphone service a $5 per month fee.