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How to Message, Take Notes & Tweet Directly from Android's Quick Settings Panel

Creative thoughts are fleeting, so when an idea strikes, you have to jot it down as quickly as possible or risk forgetting it altogether.

Shapeshifting Cholera Bacteria Corkscrew Themselves to Twist into the Gut

Cholera may be rare in the US, but cases of the disease have increased worldwide since 2005, particularly in Africa, southeast Asia, and Haiti.

How to Enable True Stereo Sound on Your Pixel XL

One of the only downsides to the Pixel XL is that Google's flagship phone does not have stereo speakers.

Gut May Hold Key to Infectious Brain Diseases

Specialized cells in the lining of the gut may provide a key to preventing an infectious brain disease caused by misfolded proteins.

HoloLens Can Give Tank Crews 360-Degree X-Ray Vision on Missions

As a commercial and potentially consumer product, one might assume it very unlikely to see the Microsoft HoloLens in the military marketplace.

Terrifying Superbug CRE Is Spreading Out of Hospitals

A terrifying antibiotic resistant superbug, one thought to only infect hospital patients, has made its debut in the real world.

HoloLens Dev 101: How to Get Started Creating for Windows Holographic

Many new developers are diving right into the Microsoft HoloLens, but augmented and mixed reality are fairly big subjects in terms of learning.

How to Install Kodi on Your iPhone Without Jailbreaking

Kodi, formerly known as XBMC, is one of the most versatile media players available. With it, you can play virtually any internet and media file in a large variety of formats, and it can be used on practically every single operating system out there, including iOS 10.

This Guy Built an Impressive Smart Mirror Controlled by Gestures & Voice

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the smartest of them all? Since Max Braun's Medium post went viral back in January of 2016, smart mirrors have been appearing on tech blogs in all shapes and sizes.

Synthetic Biology: Student Team Gives Dangerous E. Coli a New Role as Bacteria Detective

A gold-medal winning entry into the iGEM synthetic biology competition could change the way we look at Esherichia coli, the bacteria better known as E.

Massive 13-Pound Kit Kat Puts Your DIY Candy Bars to Shame

Breaking off a piece of that Kit Kat bar gets a lot more difficult when the whole thing weighs 13 pounds.

Genetically-Modified Parasites Could Save People from Malaria

You might feel the bite, you might not, but an infected mosquito has injected you with a parasite named Plasmodium falciparum, a single-cell protozoa that quickly takes up residence in your body.

Samsung Patent Shows Move Toward Hybrid Augmented, Mixed, & Virtual Reality Device

Last month, Dr. Sung-Hoon Hong, Vice President of Samsung Electronics, announced at the Virtual Reality Summit in San Diego that Samsung would be moving into the augmented reality market.

Meta 2 Developers Kit to Feature PMD's Depth-Sensing Technology

Meta's long-awaited Meta 2 development kit finally began shipping in late-December last year, after having been delayed about six months.

We've Known About Zika for 70 Years—& Finally Figured Out Why It's Just Becoming a Problem

The year was 1947. Scientists had isolated a virus from a pyrexial rhesus monkey in Uganda, and named it after the forest where the monkey lived—Zika.

20 Google Home Easter Eggs & Fun Commands

With the holidays over, a lot of people with shiny new Google Homes are getting their first chance to explore the new Google Assistant.

Keep Android's Notification Tray Clean & Clear with a Centralized Hub

Android's notification system is quite robust, especially now that Google added bundled notifications and quick reply features to Android 7.0 Nougat.

Microbes Behave Strangely—& Potentially Dangerously—In Space

Since the 1960s, bacteria have been hopping a ride into space on space vehicles and astronauts, and have been cultivated within experiments on space shuttles and the International Space Station (ISS).

This Snapdragon-Optimized Chrome Is Faster Than the Official Build & Adds Gesture Support

The Google Chrome browser for Android is packed with many great features, but it definitely has a bad rep for being slow and laggy on low-end or midrange devices.

How El Niño—& Climate Change—Kill People with Virus Epidemics

Using mathematical modeling, researchers suggest weather and warming created the "perfect storm" that drove the Zika outbreak in 2016.