Saturday, November 5, 2016

Watch 100 people demonstrate their preferred kissing methods

Kissing is one of those things everyone does a little differently. Here is the evidence.

Cut Video somehow convinced 100 people to smooch plexiglass for a new video called "100 People Show Us How They Kiss." The results are mostly uncomfortable to watch, but hey! We can all take away a few tips, too.

And yes, everyone kissed the same piece of plexiglass. Cut Video assures viewers it was sanitized between participants.

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5 best free apps for sexting

Snapchat may be most folks' ephemeral messaging app of choice, but it's by no means the only one, or even the best. 

We've taken a look at five Snapchat alternatives for both iPhone and Android that offer a different way to send disappearing messages and vanishing photos.  

Get your flirt on - safely - with these five disappearing-message services:

1. Kaboom

Kaboom promises to give you control over what you share online, where you share it, and how long it lives. 

As a service that doesn't require the recipient to also have the app, creating a Kaboom message generates an HTTPS-protected web address that will work through SMS, email, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, etc.  Read more...

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Neighbouring star Proxima Centauri has Earth-sized planet

Scientists identify a planet only slightly larger than Earth that is orbiting Proxima Centauri - the closest star to our Solar System.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Star snapped before and after nova explosion

Astronomers capture rare images of a white dwarf - before, during and after it exploded as a "classical nova".

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Jupiter gravity nudge sets up 'meteor storm' on Earth

Observers are looking forward to an annual astronomical event that could to turn into a spectacular "meteor storm" in the early hours of Friday.

Monday, May 16, 2016

Dog sex cancer's global march mapped

In a major genetic study, scientists trace the historic global spread of a cancer transmitted between mating dogs.

Friday, March 25, 2016

Synthetic bug given 'fewest genes'

Scientists take another step in their quest to understand the bare genetic essentials of life, producing a laboratory bacterium that has only 473 genes - fewer than any independent bug in nature.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Car hub Stuttgart asks for auto ban

Residents of one of Germany's foremost car manufacturing bases are urged to leave their vehicles at home after smog breaches maximum safe levels.