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trump s fcc plans to abandon net neutrality regulations allowing paid internet fast lanes u Trump’s FCC plans to abandon net neutrality regulations, allowing paid Internet fast lanes [U]
9to5Mac [Update: The FCC today has released a Fact Sheet along... 4 minutes
Earth Is Lit, And That's A Problem
NPR Over the last five years, global light pollution has increased nearly 10 percent, a new study shows, The fastest rise occurred in developing nations. 1 hour
Felling pines: Doing it sooner rather than later is better for fynbos
SCIENCE DAILY Here's some advice for landowners wanting to remove pine trees in the hope of seeing fynbos plants on their properties again: do so before... 1 hour
Earth Increasingly Looks Lit-Up At Night
NPR Over the last five years, global light pollution has increased nearly 10 percent, a new study shows, The fastest rise occurred in developing nations. 3 hours
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review: Nintendo Switch Edition
CINEMA BLEND When The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim first launched back in 2011, it was hailed as one of the... 3 hours
Mysterious deep-Earth seismic signature explained
PHYS.ORG New research on oxygen and iron chemistry under the extreme conditions found deep inside the Earth could explain a longstanding seismic mystery called ultralow velocity zones. Published in Nature, the findings could have far-reaching implications on our understanding... 4 hours
A look at the evolution of Xbox One, four years after launch
Windows Central We take a look at the past four years, with a deeper dive into the growth of Xbox One, and how Microsoft evolved around... 5 hours
Growing teeth and a backbone: Studies trace early origins of skeletal tissues
SCIENCE DAILY Two new studies on the evolutionary origin of teeth and of vertebra further illuminate the human connection to marine organisms that goes back millions... 5 hours
Plague likely a Stone Age arrival to central Europe
PHYS.ORG A team of researchers led by scientists at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History has sequenced the first six European genomes of the plague-causing bacterium Yersinia... 4 hours
apple s latest ai research explores the problem of mapping systems for self driving cars Apple’s latest AI research explores the problem of mapping systems for self-driving cars
THE VERGE Apple’s ambitions to build a self-driving car have reportedly shifted... 5 hours
forty years of meteosat Forty years of Meteosat
ESA ESA’s first Earth observation satellite was launched on 23 November 1977. When the first Meteosat satellite took its place in the sky, it completed coverage of the whole... 6 hours
Study shows education and poverty affect outcomes of total knee replacement
NEWS MEDICAL In an Arthritis Care & Research study of individuals who underwent total knee replacement, those who did not attend college had worse pain and function after... 5 hours
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THE VERGE Black Friday is upon us, but if you’ve been paying attention, you’ll have noticed that sales this year started as early as November 1st.... 5 hours
flowing water on mars surface may just be rolling sand instead Flowing water on Mars' surface may just be rolling sand instead
THE VERGE Two years ago, NASA made a big splash when it announced the discovery of... 5 hours
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THE VERGE If you’re shopping for a new phone this... 7 hours
Felling pines: Doing it sooner rather than later is better for fynbos
PHYS.ORG Here is some advice for landowners who want to remove pine trees from their properties in the hope of seeing fynbos plants grow there... 6 hours
Black Friday deal: Get two years of IPVanish VPN for just $69
Windows Central Looking to invest in a VPN? This Black Friday deal might be too attractive to turn down. Virtual Private Networks (VPN) have been gaining... 7 hours
Towards better understanding of railway ballast
PHYS.ORG SNCF engineers have been using mathematical models for many years to simulate the dynamic behavior of railways. These models have not been able to take into account large portions of the track have been extremely limited... 8 hours
Standardised tests are culturally biased against rural students
PHYS.ORG It is generally reported that rural students are up to one and a half years behind their metropolitan peers in the National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) and Programme for... 8 hours
comment musing on what homepod might have been and might yet become Comment: Musing on what HomePod might have been – and might yet become
9to5Mac We learned yesterday that the HomePod project has something of... 8 hours
Competition! Win a Doctors bundle to celebrate the William Hartnell Years release
SCI FI NOW Win The Doctors: The William Hartnell Years and The Daemons Of Devil's End with our competition 9 hours
Sexual assault worse for those who don't attend college
PHYS.ORG One in four women in the United States will experience forced intercourse by the time they're 44, and the risk is greater for women who have attended little or no... 10 hours
Man Develops Rare Infection 30 Years After First Exposure
LIVE SCIENCE An uncommon fungal infection appears to have lingered in one man's body for 30 years before making itself known in his brain. 10 hours
Long-lived catalytic converter reduces diesel emissions
PHYS.ORG Diesel vehicles today emit fewer pollutants than older vehicles, thanks to a zeolite catalytic converter that was invented around 10 years ago. Although many groups have investigated this catalyst since then, it was still unclear why... 10 hours
This Is Who Was Removed From John F. Kennedy File Release
DISCLOSE.TV After 54 years, STILL not all the data in the JFK files has been released. To make it clear, there is one person who is still... 12 hours
See Ant-Man's New Suit In A Paul Rudd Video From The Ant-Man And The Wasp Set
This robot made of algae can swim through your body—thanks to magnets
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Apple Shares New 'Sway' Holiday Ad Featuring AirPods and iPhone X
New Rick And Morty Video Delivers A Sincerely Heartwarming Backstory For Fan Favorite Character
Watch these whales exfoliate their way to healthy skin—by rubbing on rocks
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Is Goddess Gaia Mother Earth Real?
Bowhead whales come to Cumberland Sound in Nunavut to exfoliate
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Samsung Galaxy S9 w/ dual-camera only on ‘Plus’ model rumored for tease at CES
Elon Musk files permit to begin digging underground tunnel in LA
Watch JJ Abrams Try To Give Star Wars IX Spoilers To A Fan But Things Go Horribly
The Big Way Dancing With The Stars Is Changing Up Its Next Season
Netflix's She's Gotta Have It tells a familiar story in a new way
How drones are being used in Zanzibar's fight against malaria
Armed with tough computer chips, scientists are ready to return to the hell of Venus
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