Month: May 2016

  • Video: This Robot Fly is Straight Out of a Spy Novel

    Video: This Robot Fly is Straight Out of a Spy Novel

    A Harvard research team has unveiled an exciting new innovation in robotics technology, which they say will greatly expand the amount of time flying robots can spend in the field. Just as birds, bees, and bats can’t fly indefinitely, neither can drones, so the Harvard researchers went looking for a way for insect-sized robots to […]

  • ‘PMS Bites’: Chocolate Medicine For Women During Their Period

    Women love chocolate. While this is indeed a cliche, it’s backed up by hard statistics. In fact, 91% of women prefer to eat chocolate, and during “that time” of the month, women stereotypically reach for chocolate — and for good reason, it turns out. According to research, chocolate is rich in magnesium, which actually helps […]

  • Newlyweds Divorce Hours After Wedding Ceremony

    Newlyweds Divorce Hours After Wedding Ceremony

    A newlywed couple filed for a newly-divorce hours after they were married. The New York Post reports that a woman spent her entire wedding night staring at her phone, texting, instead of paying attention to her big night. That can be stressful on a date over dinner, but a wedding? That’s gotta hurt. The groom […]

  • Why Do College Students Keep Making False Reports?

    Why Do College Students Keep Making False Reports?

    This May, the University of Albany announced that a Student Conduct Board had expelled two students and suspended another for lying about a hate crime. Three young black women claimed that they were attacked by a group of 12 to 20 people during a midnight bus right. Immediately after stepping off the bus, the women […]

  • New Smoking Regulations Affecting Beaches, Parks, and Electronic Smokers

    New Smoking Regulations Affecting Beaches, Parks, and Electronic Smokers

    Just a few days into May, a new bill has been approved that will ban smoking in parks and on beaches in New Jersey. The bill was approved by the state Senate committee and prohibits smoking in any state, county, and local parks and on all of New Jersey’s beaches. Some of these densely packed […]

  • The Makers of WeWork Develop Dorm-Style Living For Adults

    The Makers of WeWork Develop Dorm-Style Living For Adults

    WeWork, a provider of co-working spaces, has now developed a new venture that offers more than just a space to do your job. This week, WeLive is being launched to provide furnished living spaces that include a range of amenities and a new approach to apartment living. The apartments are not very big in size, […]

  • BMW Continues to Lead the Way in Olympic Racing Equipment

    BMW Continues to Lead the Way in Olympic Racing Equipment

    The 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro will see new innovations for athletes using wheelchairs to compete. In preparation for this summer’s Olympics in Brazil, German automaker BMW has developed an innovative racing wheelchair for athletes. This comes two years after re-imagining the bobsled with a lighter, sleeker design for team USA. This year, the […]

  • No Will Begs The Question of Who Will Inherit Prince’s Fortune

    No Will Begs The Question of Who Will Inherit Prince’s Fortune

    It seems that the entire world has been affected by the untimely passing of Prince, the singer-songwriter know predominately for his eclectic work and flamboyant stage presence. But the question everyone is now asking is who will inherit his estate? Worth upwards of $300 million, Prince’s estate is now being questioned as he did not […]

  • 2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season Expected to Be More Active Than Usual

    Weather projections for the upcoming summer predict one of the most active Atlantic hurricane seasons since 2012. According to a forecast released by the Weather Company’s Professional Division, a total of eight hurricanes and three major storms will be coming our way in the coming months. These numbers are notable because they are greater than […]

  • Judges Hear Appeal of Ecuadorian Immigrant who Killed Massachusetts Man while Drunk Driving

    Judges Hear Appeal of Ecuadorian Immigrant who Killed Massachusetts Man while Drunk Driving

    A somber story from Massachusetts is close to being resolved as an illegal immigrant submits his appeal after being convicted of murdering a man while drunk driving. According to The Telegram, the Massachusetts Appeals Court heard arguments from Nicolas Guaman’s lawyer on Monday, who is hoping to reduce his client’s sentence. Guaman, an Ecuadorian immigrant, […]