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Study explores companies' expansion strategies
PHYS.ORG As many large, multinational firms expand operations into foreign countries, researchers are beginning to see greater sophistication of the strategies used. 11 hours
Three rule-of-law issues threaten Mexico's energy reform: experts
PHYS.ORG Three major issues with Mexico's weak rule of law threaten to foil the successful implementation of the new reforms made possible when Mexico opened its energy sector to private and foreign investment... 1 day
Court upholds warrantless surveillance of U.S. citizens under Section 702
TechCrunch  The U.S. federal appeals court has ruled in United States v. Mohamud, a case that began with a... 2 days
Deadspin The Panthers Started Derek Anderson Over Cam Newton As A Coach’s Decision [Update] | Jezebe
GIZMODO Deadspin The Panthers Started Derek Anderson Over... 2 days
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DISCLOSE.TV VIDEO Washington Post has labeled Activist Post and others as Russian propaganda. In this video, Vin Armani explains why it is dangerous slander to frivolously say news websites are working for a foreign power. Thanks for the alternative reportage... 2 days
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DISCLOSE.TV Washington Post has labeled Activist Post and others as Russian propaganda. In this video, Vin Armani explains why it is dangerous slander to frivolously say news websites are working for a foreign power. Thanks for the alternative reportage ... 2 days
China appeals to US to stop disrupting acquisitions
PHYS.ORG China urged Washington on Monday to stop disrupting its foreign corporate acquisitions after President Barack Obama blocked the purchase of a German maker of semiconductor manufacturing equipment as a security risk. 3 days
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GIZMODO Syfy announced that it’s developing The Woods, an hourlong sci-fi drama about a high school that wakes up on a foreign moon, based on... 4 days
These are some of the weirdest titles you can play in VR
Windows Central These are our picks for the most unsettling VR experiences! Although virtual reality is still a foreign concept to many, VR titles can add... 4 days
Russia warns of planned cyber attacks on its banks
PHYS.ORG Russia's main domestic security agency says unspecified foreign special services are plotting a series of cyber attacks aimed at destabilizing the nation's financial system. 6 days
Russia Warns of Planned Cyber Attacks on Its Banks
ABC NEWS Russia's main domestic security agency says unspecified foreign special services are plotting a series of cyber attacks aimed at destabilizing the nation's financial system 6 days
Germany's spy chief warns Russian cyberattacks could hit polls
PHYS.ORG Germany's foreign intelligence service chief warned Tuesday that Russia could seek to disrupt next year's elections in Europe's biggest economy with cyber attacks. 1 week
Top German Spy Warns of Political Cyberattacks, Russia Links
ABC NEWS Germany's foreign intelligence chief is warning of cyberattacks aimed at political destabilization as the country prepares for an election next year, and says evidence suggests Russian involvement in hacking during... 1 week
German intelligence chief warns of political cyberattacks
PHYS.ORG Germany's foreign intelligence chief is warning of cyberattacks aimed at political destabilization as the country prepares for an election next year, and says evidence suggests Russian involvement in hacking during the U.S. campaign. 1 week
German Intelligence Chief Warns of Political Cyberattacks
ABC NEWS Germany's foreign intelligence chief is warning of cyberattacks aimed at political destabilization as the country prepares for an election next year, and says evidence suggests Russian involvement in hacking during the U.S. campaign 1 week
Neuroscientists identify new regulator of immune system
NEWS MEDICAL Cells of the immune system can distinguish between protein molecules that are "self" and "non-self". ­For example, if we are exposed to pathogens such as bacteria or viruses that carry foreign molecules on their... 1 week
Following a frog's evolutionary movements
PHYS.ORG A common species of Asian tree frog may actually be two separate species according to new genetic data collected by an international group of scientists. If the two groups of frogs are confirmed to be different species, assigning... 2 weeks
Hopping to the Frontier: Following a frog's evolutionary movements
SCIENCE DAILY A common species of Asian tree frog may actually be two separate species according to new genetic data collected by an international group of scientists. If the two groups of... 2 weeks
Why stories about aliens are always stories about humanity
THE VERGE When it comes to depicting aliens on-screen, we’ve come a long way from little green men with bulbous heads and jet-black tea-saucer eyeballs. Cinematic aliens have assumed every shape and... 2 weeks
Foreign beetle species recorded for the first time in Canada thanks to citizen science
PHYS.ORG With social networks abound, it is no wonder that there is an online space where almost anyone can upload a... 2 weeks
FilmStruck is a streaming service for lovers of art-house films and foreign classics
TechCrunch  It might be time for movie lovers to add another streaming service to their monthly subscriptions — FilmStruck, a new service created... 3 weeks
This Panasonic megaphone automatically translates commands into multiple languages
THE VERGE Japanese businesses are finding they need to deal with increasing numbers of foreign visitors to Japan, and Panasonic thinks it has the answer: a megaphone that translates the user’s voices... 3 weeks
Allies the key to future U.S. space policy, Loverro says
SPACE NEWS The way forward in space requires the U.S. government to partner closely with both foreign and commercial allies, the Pentagon’s top space official said Nov. 15. SpaceNews.com 3 weeks
AirPods Launch Rumors Now Include Dates in Late November and December
MacRumors Adding to the pile of recent guesswork rumors centering around the launch of Apple's AirPods, this week a collection of foreign retail websites have listed the... 3 weeks
Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon suggests having too many Asian tech CEOs undermines ‘civic society’
THE VERGE President-elect Donald Trump’s chief strategist seems to think there are too many immigrants leading Silicon Valley. Steve Bannon,... 3 weeks
China to Trump: Why are you blaming us for climate change?
THE VERGE In 2012, Donald Trump tweeted that climate change was a concept invented by China to make US businesses less competitive. Four years later, Trump was elected... 3 weeks
How Arrival Turned Linguistics Into One of the Most Gripping Dramas of the Year
GIZMODO If you’ve ever been to a foreign country where you don’t speak the language, you know that an inability to... 3 weeks
New technique introducing foreign atoms in optical trapping allows greater manipulation of nanoparticles
PHYS.ORG Macquarie University researchers have demonstrated a new technique exploiting the presence of foreign atoms within a diamond crystal, using light to affect... 3 weeks
Dear Facebook, please fix the plague of fake news before you ruin foreign elections too
TechCrunch  It’s true, Facebook isn’t single-handedly responsible for the outcome of the U.S. presidential election. But the company played... 3 weeks
Donald Trump’s anti-immigration stance threatens the heart of American innovation
THE VERGE President-elect Donald Trump is causing a stir in Silicon Valley. After riding the path to the White House in part thanks to his anti-immigration rhetoric, Trump is now... 4 weeks
Cryptocurrencies rise on Trump victory
TechCrunch  Donald Trump’s historic victory in the 2016 US presidential elections predictably immediately hammered the value of the dollar on foreign currency exchange markets. But it’s the opposite story if you’re looking at cryptocurrencies. Read More 4 weeks
I voted Kodos: relishing the presidential politics of science fiction
THE VERGE Are you stressed? We are. It’s Election Day here in the states, and American citizens are casting their ballots right now to determine the future of the country.... 4 weeks
Report: Apple wants to manufacture iPhones and iPads in India, asks government for investment incentives
9to5Mac Apple executives have targeted both India and China as developing regions to drive revenue growth in the coming... 1 month
China's new cybersecurity law draws criticism from tech companies and rights groups
THE VERGE China this week passed a cybersecurity law aimed at combatting hacking and terrorism, though as Reuters reports, critics say it would strengthen the country's censorship... 1 month
China Approves Law to Tighten Control on Internet Use
ABC NEWS China's legislature has approved a cybersecurity law that human rights activists warn will tighten political controls and foreign companies say might isolate Chinese industries 1 month
Forests, locals harmed in Mexico's avocado boom
PHYS.ORG Liliana Carmona misses the lush pine forest on the hills overlooking her village in western Mexico. She now stares at vast avocado orchards that feed a massive foreign appetite for the green fruit. 1 month
Turner’s streaming service for film geeks, FilmStruck, goes live
TechCrunch  FilmStruck, a new streaming service aimed at film geeks developed by Turner Classic Movies, has now launched. Announced earlier this year for a mid-October arrival, the service belatedly debuted with a... 1 month
Russia wants to stop relying on foreign software for government systems
Windows Central Microsoft is on Russia's radar when it comes to the planning of removing all reliance on foreign software for government systems. According to a report over... 1 month
Lisbon dreams of Europe's Silicon Valley tag
PHYS.ORG Lisbon is betting that hosting the Web Summit, Europe's largest tech event, will spur the growth of startups and draw foreign investors, helping it compete with the continent's main innovation hubs. 1 month
AirPods Might Not Launch Until January 2017
MacRumors Following the confirmation that Apple has delayed its wireless "AirPods" beyond the original late October launch window, foreign supply chain sources are now pointing towards a launch date in January 2017, and not the... 1 month
Turner Classic Movies and the Criterion Collection launch streaming service for film nerds
THE VERGE FilmStruck, the streaming service for “die-hard movie enthusiasts,” launched today. The service is a joint venture between Turner Classic Movies and the... 1 month
China's cybersecurity draft law targets foreign hackers
PHYS.ORG Chinese authorities could freeze assets and take other actions against foreign hackers threatening the country's infrastructure under a revised draft of a new cybersecurity law. 1 month
China's Cybersecurity Draft Law Targets Foreign Hackers
ABC NEWS Chinese authorities could freeze assets and take other actions against foreign hackers threatening the country's infrastructure under a revised draft of a new cybersecurity law 1 month
Study reveals that adrenergic nerves control immune cells' daily schedule
SCIENCE DAILY The adrenergic nervous system controls when white blood cells circulate through the body, boosting the immune response by retaining T and B cells in lymph nodes at the... 1 month
Dental team tweaks DNA to improve plant-based medicines
PHYS.ORG Henry Daniell, a professor in the departments of Biochemistry and Pathology in the University of Pennsylvania's School of Dental Medicine, has found great success in using genetic engineering to coax lettuce and tobacco plants to produce foreign proteins in... 1 month
Scientists obtain graphene with high resistance to ozonation
PHYS.ORG A group of scientists from the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Russia) and a series of foreign universities have developed an industrial technology for the purification of graphene, which has higher stability... 1 month
Moscow confirms ministry website attack after US hacker claim
PHYS.ORG Russia's foreign ministry on Sunday said an old version of its website had been attacked after a US hacker claimed he broke in and posted a mocking message. 2 months
Trump, Clinton get ugly in debate; social media is sick of it - CNET
CNET The two presidential candidates spar over spar on foreign affairs, gun control and other issues in Vegas as social media... 2 months
Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 Just Got A Foreign Trailer And It's Weird And Worth Watching
CINEMA BLEND This reportedly is the first official international trailer for Gunn's Guardians sequel. It's in Russian. It... 2 months
How HTTPS is slowly but surely making the internet safer
THE VERGE Over the past couple years web security has become a staple of the nightly news. The stories usually hinge on government leaks, foreign hackers, or web encryption. There’s... 2 months
Mekong effort fails after years of lavish foreign funding
PHYS.ORG When Western governments began pouring money into the Mekong River Commission, they hoped it would help four Southeast Asian countries cooperate in responsibly managing one of the world's great rivers. 2 months
Ibanfirst grabs $11 million to expand beyond foreign exchange services
TechCrunch  French startup Ibanfirst is launching its full-fledged banking service for companies. The startup was previously known as FX4BIZ, a sort of TransferWise for business transactions. The company just... 2 months
UFO Researcher Messages Mom To Say, Your boy's in trouble." Found Dead in Foreign Country. UFO Sighting News.
UFO SIGHTINGS DAILY Date of death: July 2016Location of death: PolandNews source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1988390/ufo-expert-found-dead-days-after-texting-his-mum-asking-her-to-investigate-if-anything-happened-to-him/First off, condolences to the family... 2 months
Guinea struggles to reel in foreign boats' illegal fishing
PHYS.ORG Idrissa Kallo's expert eyes dart across the waters off Guinea's port capital, Conakry, looking for fish that always seem fewer and far between his nets. 2 months
Does science require predictions?
PHYS.ORG While the past may seem like a foreign country, the future is a more mysterious land. Full of potential and promise, tragedy and heartache, people have always sought glimpses of a map of the future. Visions of Christmases-Yet-to-Come terrified Scrooge... 2 months
Survey to expose exploitation of temporary workers
PHYS.ORG Foreign workers in Australia are being asked to detail their experiences amid growing concerns over their possible exploitation by unscrupulous employers engaged in what researchers describe as "wage theft". 2 months
Foreign spies hacked Australian agency, report says
PHYS.ORG Foreign spies installed malicious software on an Australian government agency's computer system, stealing an unknown number of documents, an official report revealed Wednesday, stopping short of naming the country involved. 2 months
Australia weather bureau hacked by foreign spies, says report
BBC An official report into a 2015 cyber attack on the Australian Bureau of Meteorology concludes it was carried out by foreign spies. 2 months
Duolingo’s new chatbots help you brush up on your foreign language conversation skills
TechCrunch  A lot of startups are talking about the possibilities of chatbots, but Duolingo recently launched one of the most interesting uses so... 2 months
How will movie theaters stay relevant? Look to the ultra-raunch of Fantastic Fest
THE VERGE Kids these days don’t know how good they have it. (As a millennial, am I allowed to say that?) The modern teenage... 2 months
That Time a Mexican Filmmaker Turned Batman Into a Female Wrestler
GIZMODO Some of our favorite heroes have been the subject of very weird foreign remakes over the years—who can forget Toei’s Spider-Man—but one of the weirdest has... 2 months
Chinese company says it'll fire anyone who buys iPhone 7 - CNET
CNET Technically Incorrect: A Chinese pharmaceutical firm that's against the purchase of foreign products reportedly enacts draconian measures against Apple. This isn't the first time... 2 months
On 20th anniversary, experts say it's time to review Arctic Council mandate
CBC 20 years after it was established, the Arctic Council is being lauded for its achievements. But former foreign affairs minister Lloyd Axworthy says the... 2 months
Clinton Vows to Retaliate Against Foreign Hackers
ABC NEWS Hillary Clinton's promise to treat hacks "like any other attack" if elected president is an unconventional stance for the nation's former chief diplomat 2 months
Edtech startup Lingumi raises cash for its games teaching foreign languages to toddlers
TechCrunch  LocalGlobe, founded by former Index Partners investors Robin Klein and Saul Klein, has taken the lead in a GBP500,000 financing for the... 2 months
Foreign farms increase the risk of conflicts in Africa
SCIENCE DAILY For the first time, researchers point to areas in Africa where foreign agricultural companies’ choice of crops and management of fresh water are partly responsible for the increased water shortages... 2 months
Foreign farms increase the risk of conflicts in Africa
PHYS.ORG For the first time, researchers point to areas in Africa where foreign agricultural companies' choice of crops and management of fresh water are partly responsible for the increased water shortages... 2 months
Will the hack of 500 million Yahoo accounts get everyone to protect their passwords?
PHYS.ORG Yahoo has confirmed that account information of around 500 million users was stolen by hackers in 2014. This hack, which... 2 months
William Shatner's Series Better Late Than Never Renewed For Season 2
CINEMA BLEND Get ready for more shenanigans in foreign countries. William Shatner's Better Late Than Never is coming back for Season 2. 2 months
In Yahoo breach, hackers may seek intelligence, not riches
PHYS.ORG If a foreign government is behind the massive computer attack that compromised a half billion user accounts at Yahoo, as the company says, the breach could be part of a... 2 months
In Yahoo Breach, Foreign Hackers May Be Playing 'Long Game'
ABC NEWS If a foreign government is behind the massive computer attack that compromised 500 million user accounts at Yahoo, experts say the breach could be part of a "long... 3 months
In Yahoo Breach, Hackers May Seek Intelligence, Not Riches
ABC NEWS If a foreign government is behind the massive computer attack that compromised a half billion user accounts at Yahoo, as the company says, the breach could be part of a... 3 months
Foreign hacker who aided Islamic State to be sentenced in US
PHYS.ORG A computer hacker who helped the Islamic State by providing names of more than 1,000 U.S. government and military workers as potential targets could be sentenced... 3 months
Donald Trump still doesn't understand how the internet works
THE VERGE Donald Trump this week came out in opposition to a plan that would see the US cede control over the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organization... 3 months
Congress gets report on giving FAA space traffic role
SPACE NEWS The Federal Aviation Administration is willing to take on the task of informing commercial, civil and foreign satellite operators of possible on-orbit collisions, while leaving the Defense Department in charge... 3 months
Shaming a country for human rights abuse can have varying results
PHYS.ORG Whether foreign-aid donors are willing to help states that abuse human rights may depend on how much the donor stands to gain, according to new research... 3 months
China aquarium refuses to deliver 'sad bear' Pizza to UK
PHYS.ORG A Chinese aquarium keeping a forlorn-looking polar bear named Pizza said Tuesday it has "no need" for foreign interference, after activists offered to move the animal to a... 3 months
[Special Issue News] Plant Translational Biology: The plant engineer
AAAS As a child, Dan Voytas developed a green thumb and business savvy running his own seedling business. Now, marrying his academic research with a company, he's poised to reshape 21st... 3 months
Election Hacks Raise Fears of Russian Influence
ABC NEWS Hacks of election data systems in at least two states have raised fear among lawmakers and intelligence officials that a foreign government is trying to seed doubt about - or even manipulate - the... 3 months
Researchers discover how immune cells transition from silent to merciless killing machines
NEWS MEDICAL Neutrophils are the superheroes of the body's immune system. Normally mild-mannered, they travel through the bloodstream until they reach an emergency situation, such as... 3 months
Reactive oxygen species switch immune cells from migratory to murderous
SCIENCE DAILY Neutrophils are the superheroes of the body's immune system. Normally mild-mannered, they travel through the bloodstream until they reach an emergency situation, such as a cut or infection,... 3 months
 
 

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