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‘Blitzscaling’ Is Choking Innovation—and Wasting Money

Opinion: VCs are making bigger bets on fewer startups. It’s this unconsidered, money-slinging strategy that led to Uber’s and Lyft’s dud IPOs. Original Article Credit:Wired

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The Death of a Patient and the Future of Fecal Transplants

Poop transplants work so well against some infections that they’re becoming a first line of defense. But two bad incidents raise questions about what’s next….

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Boosted Rev Review: It Makes Scootering Less Silly

The electric mobility company proves that scooters aren’t just for kids and tourists. Original Article Credit:Wired

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The Best Amazon Fire Tablets: Which Model Should You Buy?

Do you need a tablet for around the house? For your kids? Should you buy the Fire HD 8, the Fire HD 10, or another…

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A Rocket-Launching Plane, Nintendo Switch Lite, and More News

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

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The ‘Super Mario Maker 2’ Community Is a Haven of Player Creativity

The hallowed halls of Mario have become, in the hands of fans, shrines to the gods of difficulty. Original Article Credit:Wired

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How Phone Taps and Swipes Train Us to Be Better Consumers

Opinion: Smartphone interfaces train our motions, closing the gap between our bodies and our virtual selves. But what does that mean when our movements are…

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The Awesome Bowling Robot Is Surely Fake. Here’s How to Tell

The viral video of BowlBot 5000 throwing a strike inspires great physics questions, even if robots aren’t yet coming for our bowling alleys. Original Article…

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Little Plastic ‘Nurdles’ Are Flooding Beaches and Waterways

These lentil-sized pellets are used to make nearly all plastic goods. But they often escape and end up polluting oceans and coastal communities. Original Article…

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This Neat Design Could Make a Plane’s Middle Seats Tolerable

Molon Labe designed a middle seat for airplanes that is set lower and three inches back from the seats on either side. Original Article Credit:Wired

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The Best Xbox One Console Bundles and Deals for 2019

Deals on the Xbox One X and Xbox One S consoles, along with some games and accessories you’ll want. Original Article Credit:Wired

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The Best Xbox One Console Bundles and Deals for 2019

Deals on the Xbox One X and Xbox One S consoles, along with some games and accessories you’ll want. Original Article Credit:Wired

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In New York, Friendships Run Along Subway Lines

A study finds New Yorkers are more likely to be Facebook friends if they live along the same subway line. Original Article Credit:Wired

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Inside Dave Asprey’s Bulletproof Body-Hacking Gym

Dave Asprey of Bulletproof Coffee fame is sharing his high-tech workout secrets with the public at workout facilities called Upgrade Labs. Original Article Credit:Wired

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Best MacBooks for 2019: Which Model Should You Actually Buy?

It’s never been harder to buy the right Apple laptop. Should you get a MacBook Pro? A MacBook Air? What about the Touch Bar? Let…

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Reddit’s ‘Manosphere’ and the Challenge of Quantifying Hate

Researchers analyzed Reddit’s most misogynist communities. It’s exactly as bad as you thought. Original Article Credit:Wired

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Apple Kills the 12-Inch MacBook, a Webcam Hack, and More News

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

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Zoom Will Fix the Flaw That Let Hackers Hijack Webcams

While it at first dismissed the vulnerability, Zoom says it will release a patch Tuesday night. Original Article Credit:Wired

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The Cryptocurrency Rush Transforming Old Swiss Gold Mines

In 2016, Alpine Tech started a digital currency mining operation in Gondo, on the Italian border. Photographer Claudio Cerasoli documented their efforts. Original Article Credit:Wired

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The Cryptocurrency Rush Transforming Old Swiss Gold Mines

In 2016, Alpine Tech started a digital currency mining operation in Gondo, on the Italian border. Photographer Claudio Cerasoli documented their efforts. Original Article Credit:Wired

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