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Planet to acquire software specialist Boundless Spatial  SPACE NEWS · 14 minutes
Earth observation company Planet plans to acquire Boundless Spatial Inc., a geospatial software specialist “to accelerate the adoption by government and enterprise... more
Solution to determine emotions of people in group photographs  PHYS.ORG · 1 hour
The saying goes that a picture is worth a thousand words. But what if you can't tell what the picture shows? From awkward family photos to class photographs, sometimes it's... more
Walmart is testing its own, in-house visual search technology on Hayneedle  TechCrunch · 49 minutes
Hayneedle, the home furnishings retailer that joined Walmart by way of an acquisition by Jet back in 2016, is now serving as the testing grounds for... more
Video: Nanoparticles reach clinical trials for prostate cancer  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
When Frank Billingsley announced he had prostate cancer, the outpouring of sympathy was overwhelming. But one email among the mass of messages the chief meteorologist at KPRC-TV in Houston received stood out. more
Leafcutter ant colonies may be an overlooked source of carbon dioxide emissions, new study finds  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
Factories mass produce goods for society and many emit greenhouse gases in the process, but not all are... more
2018 was a weird notch year — what’s next?  THE VERGE · 3 hours
Phone design got a little eccentric this past year. Reciting a mantra of “more screen is always better”... more
Researchers develop cell-sucking technology  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
Single-cell mass spectroscopy is a technology to analyze target cell organelles almost as they are, by taking them out from a living cell at a desired time point using a nanospray tip while tracking the cell movement under microscope. This... more
MuSCAT2 to find Earth-like planets in the TESS era  PHYS.ORG · 4 hours
A Japan-Spain team has developed a powerful 4-color simultaneous camera named MuSCAT2 for the 1.52-m Telescopio Carlos Sánchez at the Teide Observatory, Canaries, Spain. The instrument aims to find a... more
Planet acquires software specialist Boundless Spatial  SPACE NEWS · 4 hours
Earth observation company Planet plans to acquire Boundless Spatial Inc., a geospatial software specialist “to accelerate the adoption by government and enterprise customers of... more
Atari teams up with some startup to pretend to make blockchain-based games  TechCrunch · 8 hours
Animoca Brands will produce and publish blockchain-based versions of RollerCoaster Tycoon and Goon Squad worldwide (excluding China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macau); the new... more
Adobe XD adds cloud document support, live collaboration promised in the future  9to5Mac · 20 hours
Adobe today updated its user experience design and prototyping tool XD for the first time since a major release in October at the annual... more
Scientists Proposed a Nuclear 'Tunnelbot' to Hunt Life in Europa's Hidden Ocean  SPACE.COM · 21 hours
A group of scientists wants to send a nuclear-powered "tunnelbot" to Europa to blaze a path through its thick shell of ice and search... more
Bizarre 'Dark Fluid' with Negative Mass Could Dominate the Universe  SPACE.COM · 21 hours
Forget about dark matter and dark energy, new research suggests that the existence of 'dark fluid' may solve some of the biggest mysteries in physics. more
School-based nutritional programs reduce student obesity  SCIENCE DAILY · 21 hours
In-school nutrition policies and programs that promote healthier eating habits among middle school students limit increases in body mass index (BMI), a new study finds. more
Scientists Proposed a Nuclear 'Tunnelbot' to Hunt Life in Europa's Hidden Ocean  LIVE SCIENCE · 1 day
A group of scientists wants to send a nuclear-powered "tunnelbot" to Europa to blaze a path through its thick shell of ice and search... more
Microtube with built-in pump  SCIENCE DAILY · 24 hours
Driven by natural or artificial sunlight, a novel 'microtube pump' transports water droplets over long distances. The pump consists of a tube whose properties can be changed asymmetrically through irradiation. This results in capillary forces and a wettability gradient in... more
Drivers who can 'bid' for parking spaces may improve parking options around the world  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Researchers have developed a parking algorithm that allows drivers to 'bid' for a curbside spot in urban areas. A smartphone... more
The impacts of whale shark mass tourism on the coral reefs in the Philippines  SCIENCE DAILY · 24 hours
Whale shark tourism in Tan-awan, Oslob, Philippines has led to degradation of the local coral reef ecosystem. more
The impacts of whale shark mass tourism on the coral reefs in the Philippines  PHYS.ORG · 24 hours
The collaborative research among The University of Hong Kong (HKU), the University of Guam (UoG), and the Large Marine Vertebrates... more
Pedestrians keep a 75 cm comfort zone to prevent collisions  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
Pedestrians are constantly avoiding collisions with oncoming people. Meters in advance they unconsciously change their walkway to pass each other. Physicists at Eindhoven University of Technology in collaboration... more
Rapid controlled transport of water droplets by sunlight-powered pump  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
Driven by natural or artificial sunlight, a novel "microtube pump" transports water droplets over long distances. As reported by Chinese researchers in the Journal Angewandte Chemie, the pump consists of... more
Bizarre 'Dark Fluid' with Negative Mass Could Dominate the Universe  LIVE SCIENCE · 1 day
Forget about dark matter and dark energy, new research suggests that the existence of 'dark fluid' may solve some of the biggest mysteries in physics. more
Cargo ships are emitting boatloads of carbon, and nobody wants to take the blame
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How to avoid overspending: uncover the psychology behind why people buy
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Shazam reveals 2018's most-searched songs
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Satechi launches sleek new USB-C Stand Hub for iMac and iMac Pro with seven ports
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Satechi launches sleek new USB-C Stand Hub for iMac and iMac Pro with seven ports
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Is it unethical to give your cat catnip?
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Flexible thermoelectric generator module: a silver bullet to fix waste energy issues
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Peering into Little Foot's 3.67 million-year-old brain
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Advanced digital networks look a lot like the human nervous system
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Lenovo Z5 Pro GT packs 12GB of RAM and the Snapdragon 855 w/ slider design, arrives January
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PSA: Here’s a quick and easy way to prep your HomePod for party season
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Searching for the source of planarians' regenerative powers
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Video: Nanoparticles reach clinical trials for prostate cancer
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Fresh Prince star Alfonso Ribeiro sues Fortnite over Carlton dance
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