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[+] New Mars rover gets high-tech paint job for harsh condi... 11-10-18 15:20

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[+] Feel better about your PlayStation VR with sweet new ga... 11-10-18 13:30

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[+] A Soyuz crew makes an emergency landing after rocket fails 11-10-18 12:26

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[+] Australia doesn’t care to break its coal habit in the f... 11-10-18 02:16

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[+] Deliciously spooky Pet Sematary trailer will give you t... 11-10-18 02:00

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[+] The military chooses which rockets it wants built for t... 11-10-18 01:15

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[+] HBO, CNN, DC Comics, and more could join a streaming vi... 11-10-18 00:58

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[+] Tesla remotely extends car batteries to help with Hurri... 11-10-18 00:03

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[+] Robocallers “evolved” to sidestep new call blocking rul... 10-10-18 22:50

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[+] Nintendo gives Switch subscribers decked-out NES Zelda ... 10-10-18 22:30

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[+] Google Home Hub—Under the hood, it’s nothing like other... 10-10-18 21:30

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[+] Microsoft promises to defend—not attack—Linux with its ... 10-10-18 19:58

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[+] Bogus homeopathy data published in top journal sparks o... 10-10-18 19:48

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[+] Ancient “comic strip” depicts the founding of a Roman city 10-10-18 19:30

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[+] There’s a new report on SLS rocket management, and it’s... 10-10-18 19:01

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[+] Waymo’s driverless cars have driven way mo’ miles than ... 10-10-18 18:19

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[+] Ars on your lunch break: Repairing your brain with vide... 10-10-18 18:00

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[+] Ajit Pai’s 5G plans make it harder for small ISPs to de... 10-10-18 17:48

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[+] Change that embarrassing PlayStation account name start... 10-10-18 16:57

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[+] Michael is so menacing that The Weather Channel just ev... 10-10-18 15:28

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[+] Google Pixel 3 hands-on—Not the best first impression 10-10-18 14:54

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[+] Turbulence, the oldest unsolved problem in physics 10-10-18 14:00

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[+] Dark Web vendor with totally amazing beard sentenced to... 10-10-18 10:30

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[+] Windows 10 October 2018 Update no longer deletes your data 10-10-18 05:11

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[+] New trailer for Star Trek: Discovery S2 gives us a youn... 10-10-18 01:49

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[+] Why would Exxon donate $1 million to a carbon tax initi... 10-10-18 00:51

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[+] HP’s x360 14 Chromebook is a big change from last year’... 10-10-18 00:15

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[+] Michael is now a major hurricane, and it may get a bit ... 10-10-18 00:00

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[+] Ousted Guardians of the Galaxy director switches camps,... 09-10-18 23:46

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[+] How orgasm faces differ between people from Eastern and... 09-10-18 23:10

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[+] Small Mayan saltworks could have supplied thousands, pr... 09-10-18 22:17

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[+] Major US telecom was infiltrated by backdoored Supermic... 09-10-18 21:51

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[+] Google Call Screening: A personal robot that talks to, ... 09-10-18 18:42

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[+] Google+ users, upset over data leak, sue Google 09-10-18 17:25

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[+] Google announces successor to Pixel 2, the new Pixel 3 ... 09-10-18 17:17

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[+] Ceres might have tilted over onto its side 09-10-18 17:15

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[+] Google Home Hub is official, available October 22 for $149 09-10-18 17:11

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[+] Google announces its first tablet in three years, the P... 09-10-18 17:07

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[+] iPad Pro rumors: 4K HDR video output over USB-C, flexib... 09-10-18 16:44

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[+] Extreme heat of Vesuvius eruption vaporized body fluids... 09-10-18 14:43

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[+] Borderlands 2 getting full-scale PlayStation VR port De... 09-10-18 14:30

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[+] Google’s Project Stream: That’s really a full Assassin’... 09-10-18 02:03

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[+] European offshore wind giant buys US’ most successful o... 09-10-18 01:34

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[+] iOS 12.0.1 arrives with fixes for a couple of early use... 09-10-18 00:50

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[+] Hubble Space Telescope taken offline after gyroscope fa... 09-10-18 00:15

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[+] Intel goes up to 8 cores for mainstream chips, with a 2... 08-10-18 23:49

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[+] Microsoft announces Project Xcloud—Xbox game streaming ... 08-10-18 23:05

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[+] Limo firm to judge: Tell us whether Uber drivers are em... 08-10-18 22:12

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[+] Hurricane Michael is a rare, but not unprecedented, Oct... 08-10-18 21:50

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[+] Google+ shutting down after data leak affecting 500,000... 08-10-18 21:25

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[+] Dealmaster: Take 25% off a Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon an... 08-10-18 20:52

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[+] Apple to Congress: Chinese spy-chip story is “simply wr... 08-10-18 20:25

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[+] Next generation of body cams for cops can livestream, d... 08-10-18 19:45

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[+] Here’s what it would take to stop climate change sooner 08-10-18 19:26

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[+] After throttling firefighters, Verizon praises itself f... 08-10-18 18:58

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[+] Groundbreaking maker of gentle factory robots shuts down 08-10-18 18:45

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[+] Beautiful 3D model of stars explains changes in brightness 08-10-18 18:22

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[+] Hands-on: Fallout 76 lets you bring some company to the... 08-10-18 18:10

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[+] Are super-cheap solar fields in the Middle East just lo... 08-10-18 17:44

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[+] Facebook unveils smart displays, promises not to snoop ... 08-10-18 16:56

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[+] A rocket goes up, a rocket comes down. The photos are s... 08-10-18 15:35

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[+] Liveblog: Google’s annual hardware launch event was thi... 08-10-18 15:12

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[+] Echo Show 2018 review: Seeing is believing, and there’s... 08-10-18 14:00

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[+] Physics holds the key to performing the flipping water ... 08-10-18 13:00

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[+] SpaceX has landed on the West Coast for the first time ... 07-10-18 18:00

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[+] Coming soon from Google: The Pixel 3, Google Home Hub, ... 07-10-18 17:00

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[+] The Internet’s keepers? “Some call us hoarders—I like t... 07-10-18 16:00

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[+] Wind power makes the ground warmer even as it cools the... 07-10-18 15:00

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[+] Data-deletion bug forces Microsoft to suspend rollout o... 06-10-18 23:15

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[+] The first trailer for Good Omens will make you long for... 06-10-18 20:28

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[+] Energy Department proposes funding for Ohio’s first off... 06-10-18 17:00

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[+] Feds to judge: We still think we can put GPS trackers o... 06-10-18 16:00

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[+] Cody Wilson was Defense Distributed—so who is the organ... 06-10-18 15:00

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[+] Century: Eastern Wonders makes cardboard spice trading ... 06-10-18 14:00

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[+] The warring old and new gods are back in American Gods ... 06-10-18 04:00

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[+] Silk Road admin could face up to 20 years after pleadin... 05-10-18 23:20

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[+] Lucasfilm releases an image, title, and more for its li... 05-10-18 23:05

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[+] Lawyers for Vizio Smart TV owners propose final deal, a... 05-10-18 22:52

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[+] Ajit Pai faces rare criticism from GOP senator on rural... 05-10-18 19:52

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[+] Fitbit data used to charge 90-year-old man in gruesome ... 05-10-18 19:10

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[+] How to get that great “hoppy” beer taste without the ex... 05-10-18 18:33

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[+] Bloomberg stands by Chinese chip story as Apple, Amazon... 05-10-18 18:00

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[+] Samsung’s obscenely expensive 85-inch 8K TV ships later... 05-10-18 17:31

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[+] ICESat-2 successfully starts lasering Earth, telling us... 05-10-18 16:01

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[+] Qubits kept together by shouting at them with microwaves 05-10-18 15:34

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[+] An insider’s perspective on Fukushima and everything th... 05-10-18 13:30

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[+] Rocket Report: SpaceX targeted, Chinese rocket scientis... 05-10-18 13:00

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[+] Hate your Comcast broadband? Verizon might sell you 5G ... 05-10-18 12:30

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[+] Venom film review: Stupid, but still good enough to bit... 05-10-18 11:58

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[+] Twitter-inspired You Might Be the Killer is coming to S... 05-10-18 01:28

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[+] Elon Musk isn’t on his Twitter leash yet, so he’s taunt... 04-10-18 23:22

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[+] Company that sucks CO2 from air announces a new methane... 04-10-18 22:16

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[+] There’s new evidence confirming bias of the “father of ... 04-10-18 21:58

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[+] The 2019 Jetta review: A quintessentially American Volk... 04-10-18 21:32

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[+] GM’s self-driving deal with Honda is a wakeup call for ... 04-10-18 21:15

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[+] Dealmaster: Buy an Nvidia Shield and get a free Google ... 04-10-18 20:10

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[+] The $349 Nokia 7.1 brings a low price, flagship-style d... 04-10-18 18:33

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[+] Bloomberg: Super Micro motherboards used by Apple, Amaz... 04-10-18 18:08

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[+] Ars on your lunch break: The oddly divisible nature of ... 04-10-18 18:00

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[+] Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is big, beautiful, and shallow 04-10-18 17:41

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