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Jan 18, 2020

How to Stop Too Many Tabs From Taking Over Your Browser
Browser tabs. Can't live with them, can't live without them. They're both incredibly useful and an extremely annoying suck on your productivity and your computer's system resources. But perhaps there is a way to use multiple tabs the way the universe intended without letting them run roughshod over your life.

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Jan 18, 2020

Using a DNA-Based 'Computer,' Scientists Get the Square Root of 900
Using a computer-like system made from engineered DNA, scientists have computed the square root of 900.

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Jan 17, 2020

Elon Musk: A New Life Awaits You in the Off-World Colonies—for a Price
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, who has previously conceded that many of the people whom he desires to send to Mars must be prepared to risk death in the process, has sweetened the deal with the hint of some indentured servitude.


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Jan 17, 2020

The Villain Always Wins
Courier service DoorDash—the company that's managed with some success to dream up multiple predatory wage models for its independent contractors—has, according to recent data, pulled ahead of rival food delivery companies like Uber Eats and Grubhub. By every indication here, the bad guys are winning.

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Jan 17, 2020

America's Most Powerful Woman Called Mark Zuckerberg a Crook. Facebook Has No Rebuttal
Shameful. Irresponsible. Accomplices.


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Jan 17, 2020

436-Million-Year-Old Scorpion Was Among the Planet's First Air Breathers
A newly described scorpion dating back to the early Silurian period is answering important questions about the first arachnids and the adaptations that enabled some of the earliest animals on Earth to migrate from aquatic to terrestrial habitats.

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Jan 17, 2020

Android Users Can Finally Get in on Co-Star's Brutally Honest Horoscopes
Co-Star, the very best app, is now available to download on the Google Play store. Android users, prepare to have your minds completely blown.


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Jan 17, 2020

Microsoft's Climate Plan Has One Huge, Oil-Filled Hole
On Thursday, Microsoft CEO Brad Smith made a bold climate pledge: By 2030, he said the company will remove more carbon from the environment than it emits, and by 2050, will remove more carbon than the company has ever produced.

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Jan 17, 2020

Biden to Zuckerberg: You Wanna Go? Let's Go You Cow-Handed Fussbudget!
Democratic presidential contender and former Vice President Joe Biden called the Silicon Valley set "creeps," said that Facebook and "other platforms" should lose their Section 230 protections under the Communications Decency Act, and argued that Mark Zuckerberg should face lawsuits and possibly criminal charges over…

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Jan 17, 2020

Rise of the Resistance Is as Much a Star Wars Story as It Is a Theme Park Ride
There's no doubt that stepping into Disney's Galaxy's Edge feels like you're stepping into the Star Wars universe. But up until now, that's been a mostly passive experience. Starting today, it's anything but.

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Jan 17, 2020

You Can Now Forget Your Existential Dread With Pokémon ASMR
The world is terrible and everything is on fire, but heading into the weekend, you can at least try to stifle the urge to scream with two new Pokémon ASMR videos. The first features a cheeky little Chespin nomming on some macarons, while the second stars a snoozy Charmander napping by a crackling campfire.

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Jan 17, 2020

The Most and Least Physically Active U.S. States
New government research paints a dire picture of Americans and their exercise habits. Across all 50 states, at least 15 percent of adults reported being physically inactive, while in some areas of the country, nearly 50 percent of adults said they got no form of exercise.

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Jan 17, 2020

Appeals Court 'Reluctantly' Kills Youth Climate Case Against Trump
On Friday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled to kill the landmark case where youth were suing the U.S. government for taking insufficient action on climate change.

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Jan 17, 2020

'Remarkable' Mathematical Proof Describes How to Solve Seemingly Impossible Computing Problem
You enter a cave. At the end of a dark corridor, you encounter a pair of sealed chambers. Inside each chamber is an all-knowing wizard. The prophecy says that with these oracles' help, you can learn the answers to unanswerable problems. But there's a catch: The oracles don't always tell the truth. And though they…

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Jan 17, 2020

You're Going to Want to Fill Your Closet With These Stretch Chino Pants While They're $38
Chino Restock Sale | $38 | Jachs | Promo code CHN

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Jan 17, 2020

Utah Pulls Free Condoms After Packaging Deemed Too Horny
A collection of innuendo-heavy, Utah-themed condoms that were produced as part of an HIV awareness campaign are getting pulled from distribution for being incredibly horny.

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Gizmodo
Jan 17, 2020

Video Game Delays Cause More Crunch
These days, most video game fans are sympathetic to delays. They recognize that more time makes for better games, and that game development is too complicated for anyone to accurately predict release dates very far in advance. So after a string of high-profile delays this week, including the role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077

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Jan 17, 2020

Friday's Best Deals: Dog Toys, Tire Inflators, Champagne Glasses, Water Flossers, and More
An Electric Water Flosser Gold Box, a Chewy Toy Flash Sale, and temperature-Regulating Sheets lead off Friday's best deals from around the web.



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Jan 17, 2020

Here's What io9's Staff Is Personally Psyched About for 2020
The Skywalker Saga and the latest phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe might be over, but if our lists of upcoming comic books, movies, and TV shows are any indication, it's that 2020 promises to be another huge year for genre entertainment.

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Jan 17, 2020

Microsoft's Xbox Console Streaming Preview Is Now Available Worldwide
Following a pretty successful trial run in the U.S. and U.K., Microsoft is now opening up its Xbox One Console Streaming Preview to the world, or at the very least, every country where Microsoft supports Xbox Live.


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Jan 17, 2020

Scientists Are Generating Oxygen from Simulated Moon Dust
European researchers are working on a system that can churn out breathable oxygen from simulated samples of moon dust.


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Jan 17, 2020

Redesigned Thermal Paste Syringes Are Supposed To Look Less Like Drug Paraphernalia
We've all been there as a teenager. What starts as a nerdy afternoon building a fancy new gaming PC ends up with a stint in rehab after your parents assume those tiny syringes full of thermal paste mean you're doing the drugs. Cooler Master is apparently tired of all the confusion, so it's redesigned its thermal paste…

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Jan 17, 2020

Get All Of That Gunk Out Of Your Teeth When You Shop Today's Water Flosser Sale
Electric Water Flosser Gold Box | Amazon

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Jan 17, 2020

10 Bright Things to Add To Your Dreary January Wardrobe
I have the bad habit of, whenever I see someone wearing University of Wisconsin gear, I give them a HUGE smile and aggressively enthusiastic head nod. Think the Paul Rudd "Look at us" Hot Wings gif, but...even friendlier, if that's possible? The funny thing is, I didn't even go to UW, but I did grow up in Madison. So…

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Jan 17, 2020

The Boys Is Already Dream Casting for Season 3
AMC has its eyes on yet another Stephen King adaptation. Legends of Tomorrow finds itself a bloodthirsty new villain. Armando Iannucci talks space jets. Plus, NBC teases a few details for its streaming shows, what's to come on the Valentine's Day edition of Into the Dark, and Evil's got itself a potential baby devil.…

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Jan 17, 2020

I Want to Upgrade Windows 7, but I'm Afraid to Lose My Programs
Everyone's talking about Windows 7 this week. And even if you have absolutely no interest in the inner workings of your PC's operating system, your attention has no doubt been drawn by Microsoft's twist: The company isn't supporting Windows 7 with security updates anymore.

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Jan 17, 2020

I Want to Upgrade Windows 7, but I'm Scared to Lose My Programs
Everyone's talking about Windows 7 this week. And even if you have absolutely no interest in the inner workings of your PC's operating system, your attention has no doubt been drawn by Microsoft's twist: The company isn't supporting Windows 7 with security updates anymore.

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Gizmodo
Jan 17, 2020

When All the Forests Burn
Nature offers us some of the most sophisticated technology there is. While scientists and engineers continue to scratch their heads trying to figure out how to develop ways to effectively capture our carbon, trees already cracked the code. They've been absorbing carbon forever, man. So have other kinds of flora.…

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Jan 17, 2020

Stop Sweating All Night When You Snag 15% Off These Temperature-Regulating Sheets
15% Off Temperature-Regulating Sheets | My Sheets Rock | Promo code COOL15


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Jan 17, 2020

Deadly Mystery Virus Spreads Outside China to New Countries
Health officials in Thailand and Japan have announced that a strange new virus, which has killed two people and sickened dozens of others in China, has appeared inside their borders this week. The virus, known as 2019-nCoV, was first identified in Wuhan, China in late December and questions remain about how it…

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Jan 16, 2020

Maybe We Shouldn't Go Bananas Over Smart Contacts Just Yet
Imagine plopping a contact lens in your eye, and instead of just seeing better, you could see an enhanced view of your environment. That's what Mojo Vision is saying their new prototype smart contact lens could do. Eventually. It sounds like a concept straight out of a sci-fi movie. But whereas anything is possible in…

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Jan 16, 2020

Asking the Tough Questions: Here's What All the 2020 Democrats Would Look Like If They Had No Eyebrows
No one wants to believe that a person without eyebrows can't be elected as president. But there are certain political realities we have to face in the run-up to the 2020 presidential elections.


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Jan 16, 2020

Hyundai Give $110 Million To Electric Delivery Van Company Arrival
Not nearly as important to the ecosystem of the American business, but absolutely vital to the UK and other Europeans is the short range delivery van. This commercial van is the lifeblood of small business deliveries all over the Kingdom, and Arrival is among the first to really apply BEV technology to the so-called…

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Jan 16, 2020

Report: Taika Waititi May Be Developing a Star Wars Movie
Serious question: Does Taika Waititi ever sleep? We've long had our suspicions about the very busy writer-director-actor for some time now, but the latest nugget of news about the Oscar nominee hints at yet another major project in the works—one that could return him to a certain galaxy far, far away.

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Jan 16, 2020

Texas Judges Are Increasingly Denying Teens' Requests for Abortion Care
In many places across America, it's become harder for women to obtain an abortion. But a study out Thursday highlights an added challenge for teenage girls living in Texas and elsewhere: Judges who refuse to let them get an abortion without the involvement of their parents.

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Jan 16, 2020

HBO Max Is Turning The Uninhabitable Earth Into a Fictional Series
The climate apocalypse is coming to your television. HBO announced Wednesday that the David Wallace-Wells' book The Uninhabitable Earth will influence a fictional anthology series that examines what our future may look like as climate change progresses.

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Jan 16, 2020

Friends, The Office, and Ads: Details on NBC's Peacock Streaming Service
NBCUniversal has been teasing out details about its forthcoming streaming services for months, but the company today finally dropped the scoop on its ad-supported model and pricing structures.

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Jan 16, 2020

Say Goodbye to Every Bose Store in the U.S.
If you've been planning to buy or return something to a nearby Bose store, you might want to do it soon because the well-known audio equipment maker is about to close 119 stores, including every retail location in the U.S.

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Jan 16, 2020

DoorDash Contractors Earn Less Than Dogshit, Study Finds
Delivery platform DoorDash has been at the top of the public's most hated gig economy value extraction firms for some time, owing largely to its prior policy of subsidizing its wages with customers' tips. According to a study released today, even with that policy repealed, the efficiency of DoorDash's…

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Jan 16, 2020

Chuck Schumer Is a Last-Minute No on Trump's North American Trade Deal, Citing Lack of Climate Progress
The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), the Trump administration's trade deal, passed 89-10 in the Republican-controlled Senate on Thursday with one high-profile defection: Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.


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Jan 16, 2020

New Research Casts Doubt on Theory That Volcanoes Caused Dinosaur Extinction
Scientists have new evidence in their quest to settle the longstanding debate about whether it was a gigantic meteorite or massive volcanic eruptions that triggered the mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs.

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Jan 16, 2020

70,000 Tinder Photos of Women Just Got Dumped on a Cyber-Crime Forum
More than 70,000 photos of Tinder users are being shared by members of an online cyber-crime forum, Gizmodo has learned, raising concerns about the potential for abusive use of the photos. Ominously, only women appear to have been targeted.

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Jan 16, 2020

Scientists Built a Robot From 40 Pigeon Feathers and It Flies Beautifully
Scientists seeking to understand the mechanics of bird flight have constructed PigeonBot, a robot made from 40 pigeon feathers (and a few other components).


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Jan 16, 2020

Cancer and Heart Disease Could Be Contagious Through Our Microbiomes, Scientists Argue
It's a science lesson you probably learned in grade school: You can only catch certain illnesses, like the flu, from another person. But a new paper argues that many diseases seen as noncommunicable, like most cancers and heart disease, might be transmissible sometimes—thanks to the seemingly harmless microbes living…

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Jan 16, 2020

Check Your Tire Pressure Anywhere With This $7 Digital Monitor
TACKLIFE Digital Tire Pressure Gauge | $7 | Amazon | Promo code OLRIJY56

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Jan 16, 2020

How To Get a Smart Display to Actually Show Videos You Want to Watch
Get yourself a Google Nest Hub or an Amazon Echo Show, and you've got a device that can do everything a smart speaker can—plus play videos. It's not always obvious which video apps work on these smart displays, or what you can do with them, which is why we curated this list of what you can run and can't run right now.


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Jan 16, 2020

How YouTube Profits From Climate Denial and Misinformation
If you search for videos about climate change on Youtube, you might run into one from PragerU called What They Haven't Told You About Climate Change. In the video, a Canadian energy consultant named Patrick Moore claims that the world hasn't been significantly warmer in the 21st century (which is not true) and that…

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Jan 16, 2020

The FBI Broke Into an iPhone Just a Few Months Ago, Why Does It Need Apple Now?
Federal officials have called on Apple to unlock a phone belonging to a shooter who killed three people last month at the Pensacola Naval Air Station, but the company has refused to do so, saying there's "no such thing as a backdoor just for the good guys." But the FBI has managed to unlock iPhones all on its own in…

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Jan 16, 2020

The Rise of Skywalker and The Mandalorian's Fascinating Approaches to Star Wars Fan Service
For better or worse, it is not unfair to describe either of Star Wars' most recent major projects—at the box office, the climax of the saga, The Rise of Skywalker; and on streaming, the culmination of years of attempts to bring live-action Star Wars to the small screen, The Mandalorian—as stories that deeply engage in…



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Jan 16, 2020

Surprising Experiment Suggests Wolf Puppies Can Play Fetch
Scientists in Sweden have shown that some wolf pups, like dogs, are capable of playing fetch with humans. It's an unexpected result, one that suggests the ancestors of dogs were primed for domestication.

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Jan 16, 2020

This Battery Pack With Built-In Games Lets You Never Talk to Another Soul Ever Again
Occasionally, the makers of the junk gadgets you can find at gas stations, convenience stores, and mall kiosks manage to come up with a genuinely useful piece of tech. Such is the case with this 8,000 mAh backup battery featuring its own built-in video game system so you can continue to ignore the world around you…

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Jan 16, 2020

Four Sleep Trackers to Keep You Bright Eyed and Bushytailed
Welcome to the 21st century where our social media is tracking our habits, our watches count our daily steps, and various gadgets monitor our every single move we make while sleeping. Next thing you know, cars will be self-driving and we won't even need to touch the steering wheel!

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Jan 16, 2020

Crisis on Infinite Earths Was Already Wrapped Before Its Biggest Surprise Happened
The CW's DC crossovers are always filled with fun, and often incredibly absurd surprises. They are, after all, about a smorgasbord of attractive actors in various heaps of pleather punching extradimensional beings, aliens, nazis, and sometimes even extradimensional alien nazis. But Crisis on Infinite Earths perhaps…

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Jan 16, 2020

LG's First Truly Wireless Earbuds Come With a Bacteria-Killing UV Light
Just in the last year, we've seen a bunch of big names announcer their first truly wireless earbuds including Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and more. And now it's LG's turn to give it a try with its new Tone Free earbuds.

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Jan 16, 2020

Your Dog Always Deserves New Toys, Get Them a 3-Pack of Rope Toys For $12
DELOMO Dog Rope Toy, 3-Pack | $12 | Amazon | Promo code 4XKZFXCF

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Jan 16, 2020

It's Finally Raining in Australia
Australia has been on fire. Perhaps you've heard.

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Gizmodo
Jan 16, 2020

This Tiny Circuit Board Is the Last Ingredient You Need to Turn Your Car Into a Racing Game Controller
If you prefer racing games like Gran Turismo and Forza over Super Mario Kart and Crash Team Racing then you're probably after as authentic a (simulated) driving experience as possible. And what's a more authentic experience than the car you drive to work every day? With this $10 breakout board—and a couple of slightly…

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Jan 16, 2020

Thursday's Best Deals: Vitamin Gold Box, Amazon Warehouse, Collapsible Shovels, and More
A Vitamix blender, Huckerry outerwear sale, TCL TVs, and

Gizmodo
Jan 16, 2020

Neutrogena's Free Skincare App Actually Works...Mostly
The worst part about skincare is all of the trial and error. There's the researching of ingredients, torturing yourself listening to YouTubers review products, draining your bank account to buy said products, and then finally, trying them. All that effort usually ends up with me cocking my head to the side as I stare…

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Jan 16, 2020

Firefighters Save Australia's Endangered 'Dinosaur Trees' From Raging Bushfires
The Wollemi Pines in Australia are like nothing else in the world. These so-called "dinosaur trees" live in northwest Sydney, and they were extremely close to being burned over and lost forever. In a rare victory among all the Very Sad News coming out of the Australian bushfires, the New South Wales Rural Fire Service…

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Jan 16, 2020

Newly Sequenced Giant Squid Genome Raises as Many Questions as It Answers
One the most intriguing and mysterious creatures on the planet—the giant squid—has finally had its genome fully sequenced. But while the genome is helping to explain many of its distinguishing features, including its large size and big brain, we still have much to learn about this near-mythical beast.


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Jan 16, 2020

The Aquaman Movie Is Getting an Animated Sequel...on HBO Max?
Peter Sarsgaard gets...interesting about The Batman. Niki Caro discusses why her Mulan remake cut the songs and Mushu. Barbara Broccoli reiterates her belief that James Bond can never be played by a woman. Plus, HBO finally scraps Confederate, Snowpiercer gets a release date, and what's to come on Nancy Drew.…

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Jan 16, 2020

Keep Warm With Discounted Outerwear Thanks to Huckberry
Outerwear Sale | Huckberry

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Jan 16, 2020

Add a Year To Your PlayStation Plus Membership For Just $37
1 Year PlayStation Plus Membership | $37 | eBay | Physical card

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Jan 15, 2020

Senators Told Cell Phones or Other Electronic Devices Won't Be Allowed at Trump Impeachment Trial
Senators have been told they have to leave cell phones and all other electronic devices outside the chamber when Donald Trump's impeachment trial commences, according to "decorum guidelines" obtained by CNN.


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Jan 15, 2020

Only Known Full-Time Cybersecurity Director Working for Any Democratic Presidential Campaign Resigns
Democratic candidate for president and former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg's campaign cybersecurity official has resigned, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.


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Jan 15, 2020

There's Something Very Wrong With Pokémon: Twilight Wings
While Pocket Monsters, the primary Pokémon anime, has already followed Ash Ketchum into Galar, the newest region where monsters from Pokémon Sword and Shield can be found, The Pokémon Company's also just dropped Twilight Wings, a supplementary web series that more deeply explores the culture and lives of Galarian…

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Jan 15, 2020

Here's Why Game of Thrones Spin-Off House of the Dragon Was Chosen Over the Others
Fans waiting for the first Game of Thrones spin-off show have lots more waiting to do. HBO President of Programming Casey Bloys said today that the House Targaryen prequel, House of the Dragon, probably won't arrive until 2022. Bloys also explained why that story, and not the Jane Goldman-penned prequel starring

Gizmodo
Jan 15, 2020

Facebook Will Now Remind You When It's Not the Only One Looking at Your Data
Even if you're a hardcore #DeleteFacebook-er, you're probably guilty of using your worn out Facebook account to log into the occasional app—just for the convenience factor alone. Now, the company's offering a bit more insight into how these tools function.

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Jan 15, 2020

Fitbit Really Wants to Be Able to Diagnose Your Sleep Apnea
If you wake up during the night feeling like you can't breathe, or if you roll out of bed each morning wondering why you slept like shit, you might have sleep apnea. An estimated 22 million American adults have the disorder, and many of them don't know it. A diagnosis usually requires undergoing a supervised sleep…

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Jan 15, 2020

Why the Taal Eruption Won't Slow Down Climate Change
An eruption at the Philippines' Taal volcano sent locals fleeing for cover as towering ash clouds rose on Monday. Lightning licked the plumes of smoke rising from one of the most active volcanoes in an island nation with dozens of others in various states of unrest.

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Jan 15, 2020

There's An Actual Name And Reason For Those Beeps You Hear In Recordings Of Astronauts In Space
The American space program, I think we'd all agree, has its own very particular set of audiovisual signatures that immediately evoke all kinds of images and feelings. There's a certain NASA look to the objects of space travel—that gold foil stuff, lightweight aluminum frameworks, white panels with American flags on…

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Gizmodo
Jan 15, 2020

All the Awesome New Comics to Add to Your Pull List in 2020
A new year, a new decade—one that's bringing with it oodles of books, movies, and TV shows to look forward to. But you need something to read in between looking all those things, right? So thank goodness the first few months of the year are jam-packed with amazing new comic series kicking off—here are our picks for…

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Gizmodo
Jan 15, 2020

Star Trek Can Be Horny as Hell, But It's Not as Simple as You Think
Science fiction is, in many ways, an extremely horny genre. The futures it depicts are ones where we have grown beyond the confines of our planet, reached into the stars, often met new civilizations...and promptly got the hots for them. So it should come to the surprise of no one that Star Trek, one of sci-fi's most…

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Jan 15, 2020

Cat Parasite Makes Mice Less Fearful, but Not Just of Cats, Study Finds
The relationship between a notorious parasite spread by cats and the mice it infects might be more complex than we thought, according to new research out this week. It suggests that mice infected with Toxoplasma gondii aren't just less afraid of cats—they're more mellowed out in general.

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Jan 15, 2020

Colin Trevorrow's Alleged Star Wars Episode IX Ending Features Some Familiar Themes
The worst thing about Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker not being universally beloved is it makes people ask "What if?" What if other decisions had been made? Could the movie have been improved? These kinds of questions feel natural with this movie in particular because Colin Trevorrow, the original director and…

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Jan 15, 2020

Inside the Spectacular Implosion at the Romance Writers of America
The Romance Writers of America, one of the country's largest writers associations, is in chaos. In late December, the RWA board made the perplexing and instantly controversial decision to censure, suspend, and ban author Courtney Milan from ever holding national office in the organization again—essentially, because…

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Jan 15, 2020

How to Check If Your AirPods Pro's Noise Cancellation Is Broken
Noise-canceling headphones can bring you peaceful, private listening in crowded places like buses or help you focus on work while posted up in a coffee shop or noisy office. They're great when they work, but some AirPods Pro users are finding that a recent firmware update affected the performance of their earbuds'…

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Jan 15, 2020

The 20 Best Mobile Games You Probably Have Not Played Yet
Your smartphone is a pretty decent gaming machine, which you might forget about when streaming videos, sending emails, or taking photos. In the last two years alone, 20 amazing games have launched on Android and iOS (or both).

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Jan 15, 2020

Free-Diving Neanderthals Gathered Tools From the Seafloor
New evidence suggests Neanderthals gathered clam shells and volcanic rock from the bottom of the Mediterranean, which they fashioned into tools. The work is yet more evidence that Neanderthals often ventured into the water, and it adds to the body of research showing that they were nothing like the unintelligent,…

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Jan 15, 2020

Cover Your Entire Desk with This Giant Mouse Pad For Just $12
AUKEY Gaming Mouse Pad | $12 | Amazon | Use the promo code 5JXZJ7A7

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Jan 15, 2020

No Number of Avengers Can Save the Boring, Unfunny Dolittle
Just when I thought Dolittle couldn't get any less funny or idiotic, Robert Downey Jr. sticks his arms up a dragon's asshole. And I do mean that literally.


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Jan 15, 2020

Earth: Still Hot
The clearest indicator of the climate crisis is heat, and Earth is frickin' hot. In fact, we just wrapped up the hottest decade in recorded human history. The 2010s saw eight of the planet's 10 hottest years on record. And last year was a particularly hot one.


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Jan 15, 2020

Bernie Is Right: Trade Is a Climate Issue
During last night's Democratic presidential debate on CNN, a moderator asked candidates about their position on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). Senator Bernie Sanders explained he didn't support the controversial trade deal because it doesn't take the climate crisis, "the greatest threat facing this planet,"…

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Jan 15, 2020

One of Your Last Workarounds for Buying Fruity Juul Pods Has Failed
Folks, I have some bad news about one of the few remaining workarounds for accessing Juul's beloved Mango pods.

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Jan 15, 2020

Five Bookshelf Upgrades That Cost Less Than $25
Bookshelves do way more than just house books — they're also a focal point, from a design perspective — in many of the rooms in our home, they also serve as design focal points, and as a way through which we express our tastes, our style, our values. If your bookshelves could use a little freshening up, here are five…

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Jan 15, 2020

The Last Vestige of Internet Explorer Dies Today
Microsoft has been teasing big changes to Microsoft Edge for nearly a year. Two years ago, the company announced that Edge would move to rely on the same Chromium code base as Google's Chrome. Then came alphas, and betas, and even a build for macOS that I quite liked. The new version of Edge, which kills the ereader…

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Jan 15, 2020

Google Now Lets You Use Your iPhone as a Security Key
Last year, Google announced that anyone using an Android 7 could use their smartphone as a physical security key. Now, Google has extended this ability to iPhones.

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Jan 15, 2020

Teen Climate Strikers Have Capitalists Shook
For the first time ever, the World Economic Forum (WEF) has declared environmental issues as the world's top long-term risks. The international organization isn't just recognizing the deadly, terrifying climate crisis as a huge global threat, though.

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Jan 15, 2020

Wednesday's Best Deals: Luggage Locks, REI Clearance, Nuun Gold Box, and More
A Waves Gear sale, a one-day JetBlue Winter Sale, coffee grinder, and Yu-Gi-Oh! for the Switch lead off Wednesday's best deals from around the web.

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Jan 15, 2020

NASA Contest to Name Mars Rover Narrows to 155 Student Entries
Judges working for NASA have narrowed the list of possible names for the space agency's new Mars rover to 155 student entries—different names that include everything from Dusty and Dreamer to Tenacity and Little Tinker. Whichever student wins the grand prize will get an invitation to see the new Mars rover launch into…

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Jan 15, 2020

Updates From No Time to Die, Edge of Tomorrow 2, and More
No Time to Die has found its title singer. Paul Feig has some updates on Dark Army and, uh, The Play-Doh Movie. Go behind the scenes on Black Widow in a new featurette. Amazon confirms its Lord of the Rings cast. Plus, what's to come in the post-Crisis world on Flash and Arrow, and a new glimpse at Stargirl in action.…

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Jan 15, 2020

REI's Clearance Sale Can Save Adventurers Up to 60% on Gear
Save up to 50% on Clearance Items  | REI


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Jan 15, 2020

Take Advantage of JetBlue's Big Winter Sale, Flights Starting at $44 One-Way and $87 Roundtrip
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Jan 14, 2020

60 People Treated After Delta Flight Dumps Jet Fuel on Los Angeles County
Around 60 people in Los Angeles County were treated by first responders after a jet returning to Los Angeles International Airport dumped its fuel in mid-air, showering at least five elementary schools and a high school shortly before noon, CNN reported on Tuesday.


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Jan 14, 2020

Some Trump Supporters Are Using Baby Yoda (of All Things) to Promote MAGA
There's been a disturbance in the Force.

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Jan 14, 2020

Old Man Yells at iCloud
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Jan 14, 2020

Stop What You're Doing and Update Windows Right Now
The National Security Agency disclosed a major vulnerability in the latest version of Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 to Microsoft, which released a fix for the issue on Tuesday, the MIT Technology Review reported.


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Jan 14, 2020

Google Is Buying the World's Most Boring (but Useful) Startup
You know how sometimes when you Google a store, you get a pop-out sidebar containing info about products that store currently has in stock? Well, in a deal announced today, Google has agreed to purchase the startup responsible for making those sidebars possible.

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Jan 14, 2020

A Man's Worm Infection Left Him with a 'Stony Hard' Testicle
There's no good place for parasitic worms to wreak havoc in the human body, but doctors in India say their 80-year-old patient developed a particularly unfortunate case. The man's worm infection left him with a massively swollen, calcified right testicle.


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