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Texting while strolling makes you walk funny, study confirms

The good news: walking texters did a good job adapting their movements to avoid mishaps. The bad news: the rest of the world was stuck behind them and late to an appointment.

By July 31, 2015

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Your house is about to get a lot smarter, says new study

One million "smart" appliances were shipped worldwide in 2014. By 2020, that figure could jump as high as 700 million units, says research firm IHS.

By July 15, 2015

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Gamers still prefer to buy physical over digital, study finds

Report also claims that about 59 percent of UK gamers routinely experience some lag issues.

By July 14, 2015

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Men think they're smarter than they are, so they study science, says researcher

Technically Incorrect: A Washington State University study suggests men overestimate their brains, while women are quite accurate. This may lead more men to study math and science than women.

By June 24, 2015

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Scientists seek surfer butts to study super-bacteria

A new project out of the UK called (wait for it) "Beach Bums" is looking to collect rectal swabs from surfers to research antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Cowabunga!

By June 11, 2015

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Apes who drink: Study finds chimps use leaves to chug, chug, chug

Some West African chimps enjoy taking a sip of grandma's cough medicine by sucking alcoholic sap from leaves and even drinking enough to get visibly intoxicated.

By June 10, 2015

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There are too many scientific studies, says scientific study

Technically Incorrect: Researchers suggest there are so many scientific papers that their contents are being rapidly forgotten.

By March 14, 2015

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Americans resigned to giving up their privacy, says study

Technically Incorrect: A new study from the University of Pennsylvania finds that Americans have lost hope that their data will ever be kept private.

By June 6, 2015

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Einstein considered a bigger hero than Jesus, says study

Research conducted among almost 7,000 university students worldwide sees science take top spot. Among villains, however, George W. Bush came above Stalin and Mao.

By May 20, 2015

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17 percent take selfies or other photos while driving, AT&T study says

Technically Incorrect: A study shows that 70 percent of people admit to engaging in some phone activity at the wheel: 28 percent surf the Web, 30 percent send tweets "all the time," and it doesn't stop there.

By May 19, 2015