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Daily Crunch: Facebook is still growing

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1. Facebook reserves $3B for FTC fine, but keeps growing with 2.38B users in Q1

A massive penalty hangs over Facebook’s head, but it otherwise had a very strong Q1 earnings report. The company reached 2.38 billion monthly users, up 2.5 percent from the previous quarter, and it pulled in $15.08…

Daily Crunch: Facebook is still growing

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1. Facebook reserves $3B for FTC fine, but keeps growing with 2.38B users in Q1

A massive penalty hangs over Facebook’s head, but it otherwise had a very strong Q1 earnings report. The company reached 2.38 billion monthly users, up 2.5 percent from the previous quarter, and it pulled in $15.08…

Daily Crunch: Facebook is still growing

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here.

1. Facebook reserves $3B for FTC fine, but keeps growing with 2.38B users in Q1

A massive penalty hangs over Facebook’s head, but it otherwise had a very strong Q1 earnings report. The company reached 2.38 billion monthly users, up 2.5 percent from the previous quarter, and it pulled in $15.08…

Scientists successfully revive brain cells in dead pigs

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Scientists at Yale recently experimented with restoring function in the blood vessels of a deceased pig’s brain. Read more…

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Who is this alien? Why, it’s the psychedelic frogfish.

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“Who’s this alien?” is Mashable’s enduring series about the exceptionally peculiar critters that inhabit a relatively small, ocean-dominated world in the outer realms of the Milky Way galaxy, called Earth. Many of these lifeforms, you’ll find, are quite alien.


Hiding in the nooks and crannies of dead piles of Indonesian coral is a pudgy fish, wholly covered in swirls of orange and white. Seen from the right perspective, the critter might be mistaken for a vibrantly colored…

5 cheap online courses that’ll help you hack your brain

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News flash: people are still getting smarter (really).

On one hand, there’s the Flynn effect, which pertains to the pattern of human IQ consistently rising year after year. But you can also consider this: In the next century, brain hacks will be the stuff of today’s science fiction.

We may well take a pill to enhance brain capacity, or wear a headband to rev up those neural connectionsElon Musk even suggested we will have creepy cranial bionic implants to boost intelligence, thus making the…

5 cheap online courses that’ll help you hack your brain

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News flash: people are still getting smarter (really).

On one hand, there’s the Flynn effect, which pertains to the pattern of human IQ consistently rising year after year. But you can also consider this: In the next century, brain hacks will be the stuff of today’s science fiction.

We may well take a pill to enhance brain capacity, or wear a headband to rev up those neural connectionsElon Musk even suggested we will have creepy cranial bionic implants to boost intelligence, thus making the…

5 cheap online courses that’ll help you hack your brain

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News flash: people are still getting smarter (really).

On one hand, there’s the Flynn effect, which pertains to the pattern of human IQ consistently rising year after year. But you can also consider this: In the next century, brain hacks will be the stuff of today’s science fiction.

We may well take a pill to enhance brain capacity, or wear a headband to rev up those neural connectionsElon Musk even suggested we will have creepy cranial bionic implants to boost intelligence, thus making the…

‘Game of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke describes what it’s like to survive a brain haemorrhage

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Emilia Clarke recently penned an op-ed for The New Yorker, detailing how she survived two brain haemorrhages while filming Game of Thrones. In the piece, Clarke wrote that after her first haemorrhages, she was diagnosed with having had subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH), which is a serious, life-threatening type of stroke.

Clarke talked to Stephen Colbert about what it felt like to survive a brain haemorrhage and how the experience changed her outlook on life. 

Colbert asked her whether she…

‘Game of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke describes what it’s like to survive a brain haemorrhage

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Emilia Clarke recently penned an op-ed for The New Yorker, detailing how she survived two brain haemorrhages while filming Game of Thrones. In the piece, Clarke wrote that after her first haemorrhages, she was diagnosed with having had subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH), which is a serious, life-threatening type of stroke.

Clarke talked to Stephen Colbert about what it felt like to survive a brain haemorrhage and how the experience changed her outlook on life. 

Colbert asked her whether she…