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SCIFI Weapons That Actually EXIST! – YouTube

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Best Wireless Headphones With Noise Cancelling in 2018

Best overall: Bose QC35 II. There's something to be said for consistency, and there's a reason the Bose QC35 II is at the top of most lists of the best noise-cancelling wireless headphones. The mark of a great pair of noise-cancelling ...

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Best Android Launchers 2018

Android allows you to change the way things look and feel by installing a new launcher. Here are five of the best Android launchers to choose between.

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10 myths about what can cure a hangover — and whether or not they really work

Everyone's heard some version of a hangover cure. Some people swear that remembering to chug water before bed will cure a hangover. Others have more elaborate routines, involving various types of food, drink, or physical activity. The problem with trying to ...

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2018 Developer Skills Report by HackerRank

What is the state of developer skills today? How can developers best keep their skills current? What are the most in-demand skills? Find out in the HackerRank’s 2018 Developer Skills Report. Insights are based on more than 39,000 developers. Source: ...

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FCC reversal of net neutrality rules expected to be published Thursday

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is expected to publish on Thursday its December order overturning the landmark Obama-era net neutrality rules, two sources briefed on the matter said Tuesday. The formal publication in the Federal Register, a government website, means state attorneys ...

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Former Facebook and Google workers launch campaign to fight tech addiction

Campaign to highlights potential harm of digital platforms and social media on young people, alongside a call to regulate tech companies.

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Ledger Addresses Man in the Middle Attack That Threatens Millions of Hardware Wallets – Bitcoin News

Hardware wallets are regarded as one of the safest means of storing bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but they are not immune from all forms of attack. Source: Ledger Addresses Man in the Middle Attack That Threatens Millions of Hardware Wallets ...

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Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities: What you need to know.

Meltdown, Spectre, CPU side-channel attack Source: Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities: What you need to know | Zscaler Blog

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Samsung Begins Manufacturing ASIC Chips for Bitcoin Mining Rigs: Report

Electronics giant Samsung has begun manufacturing ASIC chips designed for Bitcoin mining, according to local media reports. Source: Samsung Begins Manufacturing ASIC Chips for Bitcoin Mining Rigs: Report

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RIDING A WILD WIND, TRANSATLANTIC JETS FLY FASTER THAN EVER

WHEN RANDAL MILES woke up from a nap during his flight from Los Angeles to Paris last week, he opened the interactive map on his seat-back screen to see how much longer he'd be in the air. But the number that ...

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DEMONIZED SMARTPHONES ARE JUST OUR LATEST TECHNOLOGICAL SCAPEGOAT

AS IF THERE wasn’t enough angst in the world, what with the Washington soap opera, #MeToo, false nuclear alerts, and a general sense of apprehension, now we also have a growing sense of alarm about how smartphones and their applications are ...

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Meet the Amateur Scientist Who Discovered Climate Change

Eighty years ago, Guy Callendar built the first climate change model to predict the effects of greenhouse gases. Now his successors are plotting ways to reengineer the air.

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THE SECOND COMING OF ULTRASOUND

At the Sunnybrook Institute in Toronto, doctors have begun using focused ultrasound, delivered through helmet-like devices such as this, to loosen the blood-brain barrier, making it possible to deliver life-saving drugs.

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Mappe – The most distinctive causes of death in each state

IN AN EFFORT TO REMIND us of our own mortality, the Center for Disease Control has published a map of the most distinctive causes of death in every state. Seriously, they mention social media interest in their findings. But what does ...

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Facebook Finally Blinks

Mark Zuckerberg’s radical decision to reinvent the News Feed is a plea for mercy.

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What Is 5G? — The Motley Fool

When the telecommunications industry rolls out 5G wireless technology, it will allow greater numbers of connected devices to transmit data at much faster speeds. Source: What Is 5G? -- The Motley Fool

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Don’t Buy a New Samsung Phone Until the Galaxy S9 Comes Out

If you made it through the holiday season without buying a new smartphone (or getting one as a gift) you may be itching for an upgrade. And if you’re an Apple fan, go crazy—we probably won’t see a new iPhone until late-2018 ...

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5 Hidden iOS Photo App Features You Never Knew of

With iOS 11, users have many more options when it comes to editing, sharing, storing, and moving their photos and videos.  But are you making the most out Source: 5 Hidden iOS Photo App Features You Never Knew of

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Some Gadgets We Might Actually Buy From CES 2018

Twelve Wirecutter reporters and editors spent three days working overtime at CES 2018 to find the stuff that might actually improve your life in 2018. Source: Some Gadgets We Might Actually Buy From CES 2018: Reviews by Wirecutter | A ...

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