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This artist used tech to control sperm with her mind

File photo: Hong Gi Kim of South Korea competes during the Brain-Computer Interface Race (BCI) at the Cybathlon Championships in Kloten, Switzerland October 8, 2016. (REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann) Art gives us the power to communicate without words, but it's entirely dependent on the mediums around us—video was not an art form in the 1800s because...

Morning Scramble: Ad Dollars Surged at ‘CBS This Morning’ in 2016

In TV’s scorched-earth morning-TV wars, Madison Avenue is placing more stock in broadcast TV’s third-place show – a signal of growing confidence in CBS’ “CBS This Morning.” While advertisers continued in 2016 to commit more dollars to the show’s two main rivals – NBC’s “Today” and ABC’s “Good Morning America” – the ad-revenue take...

Apollo to manufacture tyres for defence forces

Apollo to manufacture tyres for defence forces. (Reuters) Apollo Tyres’ Chennai facility is gearing up to manufacture special tyres for the Indian defence forces that are currently imported by them at exorbitant rates, a top company official said. The tyres needed by the defence forces are unique in size and the volumes are low...

Donald Trump Jr. tweeted about the London terror attack and it was just plain wrong

Britons are not happy. Politicians are often accused of trying to capitalise on terror attacks for their own agenda. So when Donald Trump Jr. sent a contemptuous tweet criticising London Mayor Sadiq Khan in the aftermath of the Westminster terror attack that left three dead, Britons weren't happy. The U.S. president's son tweeted a...

Why Do Bird Eggs Have Different Shapes? Look to the Wings

Owls’ are spherical, hummingbirds’ are elliptical and sandpipers’ are pointy. All bird eggs have the same function — to protect and nourish a growing chick. But they come in a brilliant array of shapes. This variety has puzzled biologists for centuries. Now, in the most comprehensive study of egg shapes to date, published Thursday...