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China Finds Phone-Wielding Tourists and Telescopes Don’t Mesh

Part scientific instrument and part vacation destination, China’s FAST radio telescope welcomed visitors with their radio wave-emitting gadgets—until it didn’t. Original Article Credit:Wired

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Everlane’s New Sneaker Treads Lightly on the Environment

The brand known for its fashionable apparel has launched a sneaker made of recycled and sustainably sourced materials. Original Article Credit:Wired

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When Futurism Led to Fascism—and Why It Could Happen Again

The Italian Futurists praised invention, modernity, speed, and disruption. Sound familiar? Original Article Credit:Wired

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Presenting search app and browser options to Android users in Europe

People have always been able to customize their Android devices to suit their preferences. That includes personalizing the design, installing any apps they want and…

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Marmot Eclipse Rain Jacket Review: Comfy and PFC-Free

Our review of Marmot’s new EvoDry jacket with Aquavent tech—a high-performance rain jacket manufactured without dumping carcinogens in groundwater. Original Article Credit:Wired

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Want a Tech Job? Silicon Valley Is Still Your Best Bet

A study finds that tech job listings are growing faster in established hubs, like Silicon Valley, San Francisco, and Austin, than elsewhere, even as competition…

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This Startup Could Sell You Crypto Tokens—With SEC Backing

Blockstack is proposing an unprecedented initial coin offering under an SEC rule that would allow it to sell shares to small investors. Original Article Credit:Wired

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Apple Expands Mobile Phone Billing to Thailand and Chile

Apple has expanded mobile phone billing to additional countries and carriers, according to an updated support document on its website. As of this week, the…

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Climate Change Threatens Ice Roads. Satellites Could Help

Diamond mines in Canada have a short window in which to truck in their equipment—satellite sensors could help ice roads keep on truckin’. Original Article…

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Move Over, San Andreas: There’s an Ominous New Fault in Town

An emerging fault system along the Nevada border is shaking up the tech industry’s latest frontier—and only a small group of scientists is paying attention….

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Facebook Harvested Email Contacts of 1.5 Million Users Without Their Consent

Facebook harvested the email contacts of 1.5 million users without their knowledge or consent and used the data to build a web of their social…

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On World Heritage Day, explore historic sites in 3D

Last year on World Heritage Day, CyArk launched Open Heritage on Google Arts & Culture to showcase the technology used for heritage preservation around the…

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A Wild Plan to Crowdsource the Fight Against Misinformation

One of the leading misinformation experts in the world has a few ideas for how everyone can help stop the spread of inaccuracies online. Original…

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Estimate the Pulling Force of Boston Dynamics’ Robo-Dog Army

In a new video, a team of robo-puppers pulls a truck as if it were a sled. Here’s how to estimate these SpotMinis’ pulling force…

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Beyoncé Is Back, Lyft Pumps the Brakes, and More News

Catch up on the most important news today in 2 minutes or less. Original Article Credit:Wired

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In the 2020 Race, What Is the Value of Social Media Stardom?

Candidates like Pete Buttigieg and Andrew Yang are big on Twitter, but they still trail other Democrats when it comes to cash. Original Article Credit:Wired

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A Top Dark Web Drug Ring Goes Down—Thanks to ATM Withdrawals

Investigators from the New York district attorney’s office stumbled across dark web drug vendor “sinmed” thanks to suspicious ATM transactions. Original Article Credit:Wired

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Multiple Reviewers Facing Broken Galaxy Fold Devices After Just Days of Use

Samsung this week provided reviewers with Galaxy Fold devices for some hands-on time, and it appears the folding smartphone may be suffering from some serious…

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Crispr Gene Editing Is Coming for the Womb

When an unborn baby is diagnosed with a life-threatening defect, it can be devastating. So some scientists hope to treat the fetus in the uterus,…

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Apple Hit With Securities Fraud Lawsuit for Hiding iPhone Sales Drop

Apple is facing a class action lawsuit accusing the company of securities fraud for making false statements and failing to disclose adverse information regarding its…

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