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Seeing stars when you're bonked on the head isn't just for cartoon characters. That phantom astrological event happens in real life, too. It's pretty weird.
Mankind has been puzzling over the rumbling in our stomachs for so long that even the ancient Greeks came up with a name for it: borborygmi. The word attempts to put the sound of the grumble to mouth.
With the iPhone 4S, Apple says it will deliver an iPhone that works anywhere in the world, and with fantastic reception.
The camera in the iPhone 4S is going to be better. We suspected as much, but now we know exactly how it's going to be better.
When carbon fiber was first trotted out in solid rocket motor cases and tanks in the 1960s, it was poised to not only take on fiberglass, but also a whole host of other materials.
When naked pictures of Scarlett Johansson hit the internet, everyone was right to take notice—but not for that reason.