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Shovel Knight’s Finally Getting the Spectre Knight Update

April 6, 2017 |

Beloved 16 bit platformer, Shovel Knight, will finally be getting its Specter of Torment update on PC on April 5th, with the update coming to other consoles at an undetermined time later this month.

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Doomsday’s approaching: The climate could hit a state unseen in 50 million years

April 6, 2017 |

This article originally appeared on Climate Central.

No, the headline is not a typo. Current carbon dioxide levels are unprecedented in human history and are on track to climb to even more ominous heights in just a few … Read More

Athletics: Kenyan star prepares ‘crazy’ sub-2 marathon bid

April 6, 2017 |

KAPTAGAT (AFP) – As dawn breaks over the foothills of the Rift Valley, Eliud Kipchoge s feet beat a steady rhythm along ochre trails and his mind is still, undaunted by a goal many think impossible.

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Meal Delivery: One Potato Box {dinner in 30-minutes or less}

April 4, 2017 |

I’m joining the ranks of those who meal kit. Meal kits are for the the smart-minded, time-strapped, and health-conscious. Its what adults do, they choose efficiency over chaos, homemade over takeout–at least that’s what I gathered from all … Read More

Robotics revolution: To really help American workers, we should invest in robots

April 4, 2017 |

This article was originally published on The Conversation.

America’s manufacturing heyday is gone, and so are millions of jobs, lost to modernization. Despite what Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin might think, the National Bureau of Economic Research … Read More

We’re suing the federal government to be free to do our research

April 3, 2017 |

This article was originally published on The Conversation.

Many apps and algorithms that feature prominently in our lives are, essentially, black boxes: We have no idea how they accomplish what they do; we just know they … Read More

First Tehran marathon bids to ‘build bridges’ with US runners

April 3, 2017 |

TEHRAN (AFP) – Americans are among runners from more than 50 countries who have registered to run in the Iranian capital s first marathon, billed as an opportunity to “build bridges,” organisers said Friday.

Women too … Read More

Cycling: Gilbert finally wins Tour of Flanders

April 3, 2017 |

OUDENAARDE (AFP) – Belgian champion Philippe Gilbert carried his bike over the line above his head as he won the prestigious Tour of Flanders for the first time on Sunday with a remarkable solo breakaway.

Gilbert, 34, attacked alone with … Read More

Germany tests hydrogen-powered train

April 3, 2017 |

(Web Desk) – German company has tested a hydrogen-powered train that is virtually silent and emits water championing pollution debates.

Alston worked on a system that would primarily rely on hydrogen fuel cells for its energy and emits steam. During … Read More

Justin Bieber faces fine over Brazil wall-tagging

April 2, 2017 |

RIO DE JANEIRO (AFP) – Rio de Janeiro prosecutors are seeking a 20,000-reais ($6,400) fine for pop star Justin Bieber, currently on tour in Brazil, for unauthorized wall-tagging of a historic hotel in 2013.

Judge Rudi Baldi Loewenkron reopened the … Read More