In preparation for the 2020 Summer Olympics, Japan government is set to test more than 200 million devices for security purposes. Despite the integrated science and technology,..
Will Car Automation Ruin Our Driving Skills?
Recent studies revealed that new automobile technologies like active safety and infotainment systems, to name a few, can make our driving skills a bit rusty. A study sponsored..
Why Newer Car Models May Not Need a Tuneup
The traditional 'tuneup' that older cars needed to keep them in good shape isn't required necessarily for modern vehicles anymore. The tuneup included replacing your vehicle's..
Tip of the Day: Always Fill Your Gas Tank on Mondays
Is there a ‘good’ and ‘bad’ day to fill up your gas tank? Apparently, there is and it is based on some very good if not practical reasons. We will cut to the chase and tell you..
Follow These 8 Tips to Appear More Professional at Work
Do you ever feel dwarfed by the professionalism of your colleagues, like being a noob in the midst of corporate leaders? Do office mates doubt your abilities, making you feel like..
The Real Truth Behind Viking Culture
The Vikings were seafaring people that were around from the late eight to the early eleventh century. They were very well-established explorers, traders, and warriors who had discovered..
5 House Trends that are About to Make a Comeback
While every generation tends to believe itself the expert of trends that they assume are new and unprecedented, the truth is that trends are cyclical in nature — what is hot and..
Is it Necessary to ‘Break In’ a New Car?
Car enthusiasts believe that cars should be pushed to their limits, especially when it comes to a brand new one. While it may be tempting to go straight ahead and test your new..
Is ‘New Car Smell’ Bad for Your Health?
In this episode of BrainStuff, Ben Howlin reveals that the smell of new cars is a combination of different substances. People love the "new car scent" so much that people buy sprays..
Can Beer Make Milk Curdle?
The lone trend that arguably exceeds craft beer in terms of popularity is the growth of this cocktail that was inspired by beer itself. From solid lemonade soaked in beer to spritzy..
These 9 Words Will Make You Fluent In Internet Slang
Languages, just like all other things human developments, evolve and grow over time. The advent of the internet has allowed many languages to enjoy a plethora of new words and..
Polar Vortex Brings About ‘Ghost Apples’ That the Internet Just Can’t Stop Looking At!
A Polar Vortex was unleashed on several parts of the U.S. in 2019. This weather phenomenon hit a particular apple orchard in Michigan quite hard. While farm manager Andrew Sietsema..
Self-Driving Light Trucks Will Soon Hit California Roads
The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) recently declared that “a path for companies to test or deploy light-duty autonomous motor trucks (delivery vehicles) on the state’s..
New AI System Can Analyze Body Language to Identify Shoplifters
A new AI system could be the long-awaited answer in resolving a worldwide problem- shoplifting. Dubbed as Vaakeye, the latest artificial intelligence software developed by..
No Need for License Plates in the Digital Era
The CEO of Reviver Auto, Neville Boston, sought out ways to simplify the registration method for vehicles. He wanted to create a process that would update the whole process electronically..
A Blast From the Past: Hoya is the 70s Houseplant You Never Thought You Needed
Hoya is a classic houseplant that became popular in the 1970s. It's now making a big comeback and for a good reason. It's an easy-to-care succulent that thrives indoors with a..