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WHO gives green light to 15-minute Ebola test

Geneva - The World Health Organization (WHO) announced Friday it had approved a 15-minute test for Ebola that should prove a fast and rugged tool in countries hit by the disease.

'True Love Tester' bra unhooks only for true love

A new innovative bra designed in Japan uses Bluetooth to only unhook itself for the "true love" in your life, according to the claim of its manufacturer.

Using eyes and nose to detect Alzheimer’s

Failing a sniff test or screening positive on an eye exam may predict people’s chances of developing the neurodegenerative disorder Alzheimer’s, according to a new study.

What's for dinner? Starbucks, of course

Los Angeles - The giant Starbucks cafe chain appears to be considering expanding its food menu to include dinner items, including hamburgers.

Google Glass now for sale to anyone in the US

Google has officially made the Explorer Edition of its iconic Google Glass wearable computer available for purchase to anyone living in the US for a $1,500 price tag after a successful trial sale last month.

Blood test can predict Alzheimer's: study

Paris - Researchers in the United States say they have developed a prototype blood test that can tell with 90-percent accuracy whether a healthy person will develop Alzheimer's disease within three years.The test looks for 10 signatures of fatty proteins calle...

New test can reveal GMO’s in food

The first comprehensive test to detect genetic modification in food has been unveiled. As the abundance of genetically modified (GM) foods continues to grow, so does the demand for monitoring and labeling them.

Psych tests requested for women charged in failed exorcisms

Germantown - The Prosecutor assigned to the case of two women charged in connection with the murder of two children as a result of failed exorcisms has asked for psychological assessments for both defendants.

Lost wallet test shows Norwegians slightly less honest than 1996

Oslo - Way back in 1996, Readers' Digest magazine ran an honesty test of the world cities. Back then, all ten wallets left around Oslo were returned untouched. The Aftenposten newspaper decided to repeat the test in 2013 and the results were not quite so good.

New breast cancer test developed

A new test has been introduced to screen for inherited forms of breast cancer, offering patients an alternative to other available tests.

Video: Hamster tests steering system on new Volvo FMX truck

It happened in a steep quarry in Los Tres Cunados in northwestern Spain. Volvo wanted to test the dynamic steering on a brand new Volvo FMX truck, and what better way to do it than by having a hamster do the driving?

Video: 'Scientific' test — 'Drunk vs Stoned'

A guy decided to compare the results of first being drunk and then being stoned and captured it all on video. Reportedly the marijuana seen in this video was obtained and consumed legally in California, in case you are wondering.

Madrid buskers must audition before being allowed to play (video)

Madrid - The Spanish capital's central district has been declared by the Madrid Town Hall to be an "acoustic protection zone." This is in a bid to protect residents and tourists from the sounds of amateur street musicians.

'Best Internet mistake of the day' goes to the Chicago Tribune

Chicago - Apparently it's now fixed, but for a while there on Tuesday, the Chicago Tribune had one big boo-boo on their home page. Cute kitten though.

Changes to GED test set to take place in Jan. 2014

Adults who have started working towards their General Equivalency Diploma (GED) are being urged to finish it this year, because the high school equivalency diploma test will be undergoing some changes.

Test predicts the risk of getting Autism Spectrum Disorder

Living with an autistic child can be difficult both emotionally and physically. They test a parent's patience and behave in ways that are difficult to understand. Socially, it is hard, for the autistic child to fit in.

Video: TSA now checks drinks purchased inside the airport

Columbus - In a case of "from the sublime to the ridiculous", the TSA is now apparently testing drinks that have been purchased inside the secure area of the airport for explosives.

Sci-fi becomes science as the hover bike takes off (video)

On their website they state that "Aerofex is taking flight in an innovative direction." Watching this hover bike in action proves their point.

Iran tests missile with new guidance system

Teheran - Iran's defense minister announced that Tehran has just tested a new version of its Fateh 110, which is a short-range missile.

South says North Korea is planning an underground nuclear test

With controversy raging over North Korea's plans to launch a rocket, now an underground nuclear test is allegedly being planned, according to reports leaked by South Korea.

UK Police raid Southampton shops as Tantum Rosa declared illegal

Southampton - A series of raids by Police and other agencies on Eastern European shops in the Southampton area of the UK was the result of a ruling by officials that the sale of Tantum Rosa, which contains benzydamine hydrochloride, is illegal in the UK.

Britain claims Iran ran secret nuclear tests

London - On Wednesday, British Foreign Secretary William Hague aIleged that Iran has been conducting covert tests of ballistic missiles capable of carrying nuclear payloads in violation of a U.N. resolution.

Cricket: Sachin Tendulkar scores 51st century in Tests

Cape Town - Sachin Tendulkar smashed a classic 146 to propel the Indian team to a small lead over South Africa in the third and the final Test cricket match.

NYC children's test for Gifted Kindergarten program called unfair

New York - Snow White wondered "who is the fairest of them all." But New York City's four-year-olds have to worry about who is the most gifted and talented of them all, and who has had the best test prep.

Iran Tests Home Grown Stealth Fighter

Iran has announced that it successfully tested a stealth aircraft. The announcement comes at a time the country is marking the 31st anniversary of its successful revolution against the US-backed Shah.

Due to 'No Child Left Behind' law, some states lowered standards

A federal study found that 15 states lowered their academic proficiency standards in order to avoid sanctions associated with the No Child Left Behind law. Secretary of Education Duncan said more states are "lowering the bar than raising it."

Boy, 2, has same IQ as Einstein

A two-year-old British boy has become the youngest boy in the UK to be accepted into Mensa. He has the same IQ as Einstein and Stephen Hawking.

FDA Approves New HIV Test

The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new test that can detect HIV type 1 and type 2. This is according to the Associated Press.

Chinese Inventor Builds Homemade Submarine

Amateur inventor Tao Xiangli proves that with hard work and determination you can accomplish anything, even build a submarine.

North Korea conducts second underground nuclear test

According to the state-run KCNA agency, North Korea staged an underground nuclear test. North Koreans are saying the test carried out Monday was a success.
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