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  • 10 hours ago
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    3D-printed heads let hackers – and cops – unlock your phone

    There’s a lot you can make with a 3D printer: from prosthetics, corneas, and firearms — even an Olympic-standard luge. You can even 3D print a life-size replica of a human head — and not just for Hollywood. Forbes reporter Thomas Brewster commissioned a 3D printed model of his own head to test the face unlocking systems on a range of phones — four Android models and an iPhone X.

  • 11 hours ago
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    Warren Buffett's Books recomendation -You must read them in 2019

    If you want to understand Warren Buffett’s approach to investing, here are 7 books that can help you do that. When Warren Buffett started his investing career, he would read 600, 750, or 1,000 pages a day.Even now, he still spends about 80 percent of his day reading. “Look, my job is essentially just corralling more and more and more facts and information, and occasionally seeing whether that leads to some action,” he once said in an interview.

  • 1 day ago
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    As his administration faces more legal battles, Trump is reportedly worried donors and lawmakers will abandon him

    As Donald Trump and his administration continue to be bogged down in federal and criminal investigations, the president is reportedly worried that Republican lawmakers and donors will begin to abandon him just two years into his term.

  • 1 day ago
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    Congress Is About to Blow Its Chance to Save Net Neutrality

    Congress has one last chance to undo the Federal Communication Commission’s 2017 repeal of net neutrality protections—but it only has until Dec. 21 to do it. The open-internet rules officially went off the books in June, but Democrats in Congress have been organizing since the end of last year to pass a Congressional Review Act resolution to undo the FCC’s repeal.

  • 2 days ago
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    The EPA is planning to jeopardize the water quality for 117 million Americans

    The Trump administration unveiled a proposal on Tuesday weakening federal water protections for millions of acres of streams, wetlands, and waterways that will likely affect the drinking water for more than one-third of Americans. While the Trump administration specifically targeted the 2015 Obama-era rule known as the Clean Water Rule, or Waters of the United States, the proposal goes further in rolling back environmental oversight than has occurred with any president since Ronald Reagan.

  • 3 days ago
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    Crashes increase when speed limits dip far below engineering recommendation

    Speed limits set only five miles per hour below engineering recommendations produce a statistically significant decrease in total, fatal and injury crashes, and property-damage-only crashes, according to a group of Penn State researchers. "If (however) you lower the speed limit by 10, 15, 25 miles per hour, or more, drivers stop paying attention," said Vikash Gayah, assistant professor of civil engineering. "We found there was an increase in fatal and injury crashes at locations w...

  • 3 days ago
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    New World War Z Trailer Revealed Six Playable Classes In The Game

    World War Z is scheduled to be launched by Saber Interactive in 2019. Recently, the developer has released the brand new trailer for World War Z, which revealed about the six playable classes in the game. Advertisement As been informed before, that World War Z game is inspired by the movie World War Z  in 2013.

  • 3 days ago
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    DOOM was a nightmare to play in the UK 25 years ago.

    I’m at that age in life when the things you remember fondly in your formative years could be married, have kids, a mortgage and a mountain of student debt already. Such is the case with DOOM: the first-person shooter that defined a genre. This year there is still much to be excited about, with continued updates to existing DOOM mods and the impending release of DOOM: Eternal in 2019. Plus for me I had a great time working on what became one of my more popular YouTube videos over on AI and Game...

  • 4 days ago
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    Schmitt with Flag and Earth Above

    Geologist-Astronaut Harrison Schmitt, Apollo 17 Lunar Module pilot, is photographed next to the American Flag during extravehicular activity (EVA) of NASA's final lunar landing mission in the Apollo series. The photo was taken at the Taurus-Littrow landing site. The highest part of the flag appears to point toward our planet earth in the distant background.

  • 4 days ago
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    'Marvel's The Punisher' Season 2 Coming To Netflix in January

    Netflix released their January releases for 2019 today, and while no specific day was given, the release did reveal that Punisher season 2 will be released in January. It looks like you won't have to wait much longer to see Frank Castle's newest adventure, and most likely it will be his final on Netflix. You can check out all of the new releases on Netflix for January right here.

  • 5 days ago
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    Netflix Reveals 2018's Hardest-Binged Shows, Movies You Rewatched Most

    The story of four teens’ friendship being tested by their inner-city Los Angeles neighborhood is what kept you most glued to Netflix in 2018. The streaming giant on Tuesday released its own “Year in Review,” and among the highlights was a list of the series that enjoyed “the highest average watch time per viewing session (based on Stateside viewing through Nov. 28) — meaning, they’re the shows that you binged most intently, consuming lotsa episodes at once.

  • 5 days ago
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    The Galaxy S10 Will Have a Headphone Jack, Turning It Into a Luxury Feature

    Don’t freak out, people. Samsung has killed the the 3.5-mm headphone jack in the Galaxy A8s but it will likely keep it on the S10 series. Yes, the humble 10-cent audio port is becoming a deluxe feature on expensive flagship phones. That’s according to reliable Samsung rumor whisperer Ice Universe, who has published a video of a case prototype as proof of the existence of the analog headphone jack in the S10.

  • 5 days ago
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    Top Ten Nazi Super Weapons

    As the fortune of war shifted against Nazi Germany by the mid of 1942, its leadership increasingly placed their hopes in the development of Wunderwaffe (Miracle Weapons) to turn the tide back in their favor. Many of such weapon designs never went further than the concept stage and that which went into combat service, suffered from frequent reliability issues as their production was rushed. While never made in significant numbers to make an impact, their pioneering designs and technology would le...

  • 6 days ago
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    Trump quietly shuts down HIV cure research to appease the religious right

    Scientists are speaking out against a directive by the Trump administration that has shut down research into a cure for HIV. A scientist who was supposed to supply mice that have been modified with human fetal tissue for an HIV study emailed researchers that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) “has directed me to discontinue procuring fetal tissue.” “This effectively stops all of our research to discover a cure for HIV,” he wrote.

  • 6 days ago
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    Moe's testing Impossible Foods meatless offering

    In an effort to add more plant-based options to its menu, the Manhattan Moe's Southwest Grill location is testing Impossible Foods' meatless option as a base for all entrees, including nachos, burritos, bowls and tacos. "We understand that each customer has different dietary needs and food preferences, so we wanted to make sure we were accommodating every person that walks through our doors, "Moe's Executive Chef Ciaran Duffy said in an interview with FastCasual.

  • 6 days ago
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    Chomsky joins Extinction Rebellion's call to ‘rise up’ against government complacency on climate change

    US ACADEMIC and activist Noam Chomsky is among 100 eminent people to sign a global call to arms on climate change. The open letter published today, written by representatives of Extinction Rebellion (XR), calls on concerned global citizens to “rise up and organise” against the “current complacency” over ecological and climate emergency.

  • 7 days ago
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    The absurdity of the “can the iPad replace a laptop” debate

    Matt is right on point here. I think the iPhone is the personal computing device of our generation. Our parents had the PC revolution, and it was a massive change unlike almost anything we’ve seen before. The PC was the center of everything for decades, but the smartphone is the new king of the hill. In the first quarter of 2017 it’s estimated 348 million smartphones were sold worldwide, while 62 million PCs we sold in the same time period.

  • 8 days ago
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    Childhood adversity linked to reduced inhibitory control and alterations in key brain networks

    New research suggests that exposure to childhood adversity is associated with reduced cognitive control and alterations in key brain networks. The findings, which appear in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, could help explain the link between childhood adversity and depression.

  • 8 days ago
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    Rage 2 Skipping Steam, Exclusive to Bethesda Launcher

    Upcoming open-world RPG Rage 2 was present at The Game Awards this week, offering up a new trailer and a release date. However, this isn’t the only new information about the game that has just been confirmed. Bethesda has also shared details about its launch plans for the title but not all fans are happy about it.

  • 9 days ago
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    How Introverts Can Make It in an Extraverted World

    People high in introversion can feel that they’re square pegs in round holes within a culture that values extraversion. When you think about the people who get the most attention in your social circle at work or back when you were in school, it’s quite likely that you remember the bright stars who shined in every social situation.

  • 9 days ago
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    Steve Jobs really was mad about Android, says biographer

    The late Steve Jobs really was irate with Google for stealing the iPhone's thunder, according to his biographer. Speaking last night at the Royal Institution in Great Britain, "Steve Jobs" author Walter Isaacson laid out the scenario under which Jobs' anger toward Android unfurled. As described by MacWorld, Jobs was upset back in the old days when Bill Gates adopted Apple's graphical user interface for Windows and then licensed the OS to Dell, IBM, and a slew of other PC...

  • 10 days ago
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    Craig Newmark explains, through stories, why he funds journalism

    When Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post in 2013, his new employees were curious as to his views about the value of journalism, particularly the work they do. Bezos chose to speak in the language of stories, something the journalists understood. When he said he loved the obituary of a bouncer from Washington’s 9:30 Club, the journalists saw that as appreciating strong writing, feature work, personalities — and perhaps a respect for aspects of local news.

  • 10 days ago
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    The 40-Year Old Mystery of the “Wow!” Signal Was Just Solved

    In 1977, the sound of extraterrestrials was heard by human ears for the first time — or so people at the time thought. The Wow! Signal was detected by astronomer Jerry Ehman using Ohio State University’s Big Ear radio telescope. It is a radio signal detector that, at the time, was pointed at a group of stars called Chi Sagittarii in the constellation Sagittarius.

  • 11 days ago
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    Teens don't have to be underweight to have anorexia

    A study finds that 31 percent of patients with anorexia nervosa had all the cognitive features and physical complications of the disease without being underweight. Dietitian Melissa Whitelaw of the University of Melbourne is calling for a change to anorexia nervosa’s diagnostic criteria after finding that patients with “atypical anorexia” suffer serious health concerns despite being within or above the healthy weight range.

  • 12 days ago
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    Player wants to hire third world labour to grind for gold in RDO

    One Redditor is considering employing third-world labour to grind gold for him in Red Dead Online. LeRedditArtist asked whether this would be a viable option since he'd rather help some poor kids than hand over his cash to Rockstar. Just when we thought nothing can surprise us these days, a new gem has surfaced on Reddit. This time it's all about Red Dead Online gold grind, which was criticised by the players since the open beta kicked off.