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Michael d'Estries

Michael d’Estries has been writing about arts and culture and science and sustainability for more than 10 years. In addition to From the Grapevine, he is also a featured writer for the Mother Nature Network. When not online, Michael owns a large apple farm and honey business in the gorgeous Finger Lakes region of New York.

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Samsung's new monitor will help you cut the cord on phone charging

Company unveils the world's first computer monitor with built-in wireless charging for Samsung, HTC and Sony smartphones.

Whoa! Airbus is using 3D printed parts for its airplanes

Aircraft manufacturer embraces the 3D printing technology to reduce costs, fuel and time.

Woodstock revival to bloom with love, music, and dance

Six-hour benefit concert to feature artists covering music legends like Neil Young, The Who, Grateful Dead, Eric Clapton, and many more.

5 minions street dance parties from around the world

As these videos prove, there ain't no party like a minion party.

World's first 3D-printed car is affordable, sexy and coming next year

Local Motors says its 3D printed ReLoad Swim and ReLoad Sport will be a 'neighborhood electric car' capable of reaching 35 mph.

Why your birthday cake may be lying about your body's real age

New study on aging in young adults discovers that some people's 'biological age' progresses faster than others.

The workout Gal Gadot embraced to become Wonder Woman

From pilates to a healthy diet, the actress says she trained hard to portray what she calls 'the ultimate symbol of strength.'

What we learned from the Comic-Con 'Batman v Superman' trailer

From Lex Luthor's hair to Wonder Woman's debut, this new peek at the anticipated film is filled with superhero eye candy.

Experience a Mediterranean beach party from the sky

The recent Summer Freedom beachside concert attracted thousands of partygoers – and one aerial drone.

The Kim Kardashian weather app has finally arrived

Curious as to what Kim might wear in your city based on the current weather? You will be.

Where you can celebrate July 4th around the world

Whether in Paris or Tel Aviv, there's always somewhere to celebrate the spirit of Independence Day.

Take a mini-tour of one of the world's largest 3D printers

MASSIVit 3D provides a sneak peek at the technology it hopes will usher in the future of 3D printing.

Is it possible to reverse antibiotic resistance? New research says yes

By infecting bacteria with a virus, researchers at Tel Aviv University have figured out a way to make them more susceptible to antibiotics.

Preserved cavemen teeth show evidence of world's first indoor BBQ

400,000-year-old tartar on teeth found to contain charcoal, plant-based foods and other surprises.

E3 ushers in a new era of virtual reality gaming

From Oculus Rift to Microsoft HoloLens, the future of gaming is leaving TV behind.