2018-02-21 01:01:00| Gizmodo
At slightly less than two inches long, triplefin fish dont seem like much of a threat. But as new research shows, these aquatic carnivores have a rare organ that turns their eyes into veritable flashlightsan ability they can switch on when needed. Read more...
2018-02-20 16:06:35| USATODAY.com Money - Top Stories
A new Starbucks coffee drink creates a swirl of colors, but it might be difficult to get your hands on one!
2018-02-19 20:03:00| Engadget
Alphabet's health science company Verily has announced a wide range of projects, from developing smart watches made for medical studies to mass-producing infected mosquitoes to curb their population. Scientists from the division have a new endeavor:...
2018-02-15 00:51:00| Fool.com Headlines
The shoe company may not be the sexiest name in fashion, but a focus on international sales is paying off handsomely.
2018-02-14 20:15:00| Advertising Age - Homepage
Another showrunner who has a been a staple for traditional TV is decamping for Netflix. Ryan Murphy, whose series like "American Horror Story" and "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson" have been both critical and pop-culture hits for Fox Networks Group, has signed a five-year deal with Netflix that once again leaves a network group searching for its next hit-maker.Shonda Rhimes, who is responsible for key ABC hits such as "Grey's Anatomy" and "Scandal," announced in August that she was taking her Shondaland banner to Netflix, ending her 15-year relationship with the alphabet network.Following Rhimes' move, Murphy's departure should put other traditional TV networks on alert. As Netflix looks to spend as much as $8 billion on content this year, it could very easily go after other networks' key showrunners. The CW is currently airing six series from Greg Berlanti with several more in development; Chuck Lorre is a staple for CBS comedy; and Dick Wolf's "Chicago" franchise along with "Law & Order: SVU" make up a big chunk of NBC's drama slate. Continue reading at AdAge.com