Just as teleportation and flying cars will surely be a part of our future, it has also been foretold that 3D holograms will be commonplace occurrences—and we’re not talking about the rainbowy, static, laser-etched kind you find in museum gift shops that change angles as you move, but actual videos and animation that move on their own.
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Nike has another shoe in the 4KB series of Kobe 11s that includes the“White Horse” and “Red Horse” pairs. Shown for the first time here is the upcoming Nike Kobe 11 4KB, a colorway one imagines might be called something like “Green Horse” if naming patterns hold. One assumes that there will be four colorways in total for this group as a reference to a broader Four Horsemen theme.
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This week, an Australian woman delivered a baby at the age of 62 after having in vitro fertilisation (IVF) abroad.
Few women can naturally conceive a baby later in life without the help of IVF – and these are rarely first pregnancies. These women go through menopause later, and have lower risks of heart disease, osteoporosis and dementia.
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Lucasfilm’s plans to bring the galaxy far, far away to live action TV havewaxed and waned over the years—Lucas himself famously had the long-in-gestation Star Wars Underworld, but after the Disney acquisition, hopes of it coming to TV were quashed pretty rapidly. This is Star Wars, though: now there’s a new hope.
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Brazil were held to a goalless draw by 10-man South Africa on the opening day of the men’s Olympic football tournament in Brasilia.
Continue reading Neymar and Brazil draw blank in Rio 2016 opener with South Africa →