Microsoft adds Dark Mode support and more to Office 365 for Mac
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Microsoft adds Dark Mode support and more to Office 365 for Mac

ULA chief Tory Bruno on competing with Blue Origin, SpaceX rocket landings
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ULA chief Tory Bruno on competing with Blue Origin, SpaceX rocket landings

An ECG on your wrist: Apple’s new heart-monitoring software
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An ECG on your wrist: Apple’s new heart-monitoring software

Early impressions about the heart monitoring recently added to the Apple Watch.

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Oakland official: “We want to get Americans out of their cars and solve racism”
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Oakland official: “We want to get Americans out of their cars and solve racism”

Dealmaster: Take $100 off Microsoft’s Xbox One X console
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Dealmaster: Take $100 off Microsoft’s Xbox One X console

Was your phone imaged by border agents? They may still have the data
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Was your phone imaged by border agents? They may still have the data

FCC panel wants to tax Internet-using businesses and give the money to ISPs
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FCC panel wants to tax Internet-using businesses and give the money to ISPs

Uber was “hell-bent on stifling competition,” new lawsuit alleges
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Uber was “hell-bent on stifling competition,” new lawsuit alleges

Australia’s ‘marsupial lion’ was a meat-ripping, tree-climbing terror
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Australia’s ‘marsupial lion’ was a meat-ripping, tree-climbing terror

First full reconstruction of Thylacoleo carnifex shows it tore apart its prey like a Tasmanian devil, had the bite strength of a lion, and climbed like a koala

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First direct evidence that later school day really does help teenagers
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First direct evidence that later school day really does help teenagers

Since Seattle high schools decided to start an hour later, students have been getting more sleep – and school attendance and grades have improved

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FCC’s robotext crackdown could block legal messages, critics say [Updated]
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FCC’s robotext crackdown could block legal messages, critics say [Updated]

Carriers can already block illegal robotexts, but Pai wants further deregulation.

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Bitcoin’s price is plummeting – will the cryptocurrency survive?
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Bitcoin’s price is plummeting – will the cryptocurrency survive?

Bitcoin investors have had a rough ride this year as the price of the cryptocurrency has tumbled, making it less economical to produce the coins

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Transparent solar cell turns edge on and generates its own light
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Transparent solar cell turns edge on and generates its own light

Quantum network joins four people together for encrypted messaging
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Quantum network joins four people together for encrypted messaging

A multi-user quantum network shows that secure quantum links between several people at once could be possible using standard telecommunications equipment

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12 cylinders, 11,000rpm: Aston Martin’s new engine is a monster
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12 cylinders, 11,000rpm: Aston Martin’s new engine is a monster

Cosworth Engineering is responsible for the V12, and it should be very special.

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Amazon Web Services aims to colonize your network with Outpost
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Amazon Web Services aims to colonize your network with Outpost

Epic offering free access to Fortnite’s cross-platform infrastructure
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Russian cosmonauts spend nearly eight hours cutting into their spacecraft
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New 17-inch LG Gram laptop weighs 2.9 pounds, has nearly 20-hour battery life
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Intel promises big boost to integrated GPU, breaks teraflop barrier
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Intel promises big boost to integrated GPU, breaks teraflop barrier

The upgrade will bring a lot more games into the "playable framerate" category.

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Acne study reveals genes for hair follicles are partly to blame
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Acne study reveals genes for hair follicles are partly to blame

The genes involved in producing hair follicles are partly to blame for acne, according to an analysis of the DNA of over 5000 people with severe acne

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