Dogs do get jealous, say scientists, and it could help us understand jealousy in humans

Does your dog seem to get annoyed when you lavish attention on your partner? Do they seem jealous even? If so, don't worry: it's not all in your head.

3 hours ago from The Independent

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Schizophrenia's genetic architecture revealed (w/ Video)

Queensland scientists are closer to effective treatments for schizophrenia after uncovering dozens of sites across the human genome that are strongly associated with a genetic predisposition ...

Wed 23 Jul 14 from Medical Xpress

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Mac OS X Yosemite: How to download the open beta of Apple's latest operating system

Want to get your hands on the latest version of Apple's operating system for computers? Well, access to the OS X Yosemite beta is now available to the first million users to sign up on Apple's ...

17 hours ago from The Independent

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Twitter admits to diversity problem in workforce

(AP)—Twitter acknowledged Wednesday that it has been hiring too many white and Asian men to fill high-paying technology jobs, just like several other major companies in Silicon Valley.

17 hours ago from

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Early impressions: Amazon Fire Phone

Apple launched the iPhone seven years ago. The first flagship Android phones hit the scene four and a half years ago. Hell, even Windows Phone has been around for over three years. But now Amazon ...

5 hours ago from Gizmag

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Earliest dinosaurs may have sported feathers

First feathers may have been for insulation or sexual display

7 hours ago from Science Now

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How Stress Creates Landforms Like the Delicate Arch

Many of us can think back on beachside memories of playing architect and trying to build the perfect sand castle only to watch that sand fall to the shore, knocked down by wind and water. But ...

Tue 22 Jul 14 from Discover Magazine

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Facebook shares profit growth story

Facebook on Wednesday reported that is quarterly profit more than doubled amid big gains in ad revenues and a jump in users.

Wed 23 Jul 14 from

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How Kindle Unlimited compares with Scribd, Oyster

Amazon is the latest—and largest—company to offer unlimited e-books for a monthly fee. Here's how Kindle Unlimited, which Amazon announced Friday, compares with rivals Scribd and Oyster.

Fri 18 Jul 14 from

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No fumbling, just tap, say Moto X tattoo all-stars (w/ Video)

Go ahead with yourselves, U.S. Moto X fan base. Motorola announced Tuesday that owners in the U.S. can buy packs of disposable digital tattoos that will allow them to unlock their phone without ...

15 hours ago from

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