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iPhone photography awards 2017

All of these award-winning photos were taken with an iPhone

July 1st, 2017

Every year, a bunch of photographers challenge the idea that you need expensive gear to take good photos by entering the iPhone Photography Awards. The competition is exactly what it says on the label: a way to showcase the best photos taken with the best smartphone to come out of Cupertino. Thanks to the improvements …

youtube stunt death

Woman kills boyfriend with pistol in botched YouTube stunt

June 29th, 2017

Fame is a funny thing, and some people will go to unbelievable lengths to attain it. For Monalisa Perez, a 19-year-old Minnesota woman, and her 22-year-old boyfriend, Pedro Ruiz III, the itch of YouTube stardom ended in tragedy. Hoping to create a viral video and spark attention for their video channel, the couple staged a …

goop stickers

Company behind the Goop stickers NASA called BS on says it didn’t realize it was lying

June 26th, 2017

Late last week, Gwyneth Paltrow’s health startup Goop came under fire for peddling high-priced “healing stickers” which claimed to offer relief from anxiety, pain, and other ailments through some magical pseudoscience that has no backing in reality. It creators claimed the stickers used material that NASA uses in astronaut space suits. NASA weighed in, debunking …

Yale archaeologists make amazing ancient Egyptian ‘billboard’ discovery

June 22nd, 2017

Archaeologists from Yale and the Royal Museum of Art and History in Belgium have discovered the earliest-known ‘billboard-sized’ hieroglyphs in the ancient Egyptian city of Elkab. The hieroglyphs, which are around 21.7 inches in height, date back around 5,200 years. Archaeologists discovered a panel of four signs, written right to left – portraying animal images …