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Sweet Potatoes May Have Originated in Asia
SCI-NEWS.COM 57-milion-year-old leaf fossils from eastern India suggest that the worldwide-distributed morning glory family (Convolvulaceae), which includes sweet potatoes and many other plants,... 12 minutes
Alexa sent private audio to a random contact, Portland family says - CNET
CNET A family in Washington claims that their Alexa device recorded audio of a private conversation and sent it out to a random... 33 minutes
NHL Stanley Cup Final 2018: Start time, how to watch, and more - CNET
CNET The Vegas Golden Knights and the Washington Capitals will compete for Lord Stanley's Cup. 2 hours
Why Eerie Blue Flames Just Erupted from Hawaiian Volcano
LIVE SCIENCE Eerie blue flames flared from the ground on Hawaii's Big Island on Tuesday night (May 22), marking a rarely seen phenomenon that can arise during volcanic eruptions. 5 hours
apple patent shows siri providing smart replies when you can t answer the phone Apple patent shows Siri providing smart replies when you can’t answer the phone
THE VERGE Apple is exploring ways that Siri could play a helpful... 5 hours
Evolution of a deadly virus
PHYS.ORG Infections caused by the mosquito-borne eastern equine encephalitis virus (EEEV) are severe and have high mortality rates for horses—90 percent—and humans—33 percent, with significant brain damage in most human survivors. 6 hours
How a trip to Antarctica became a real-life experiment in decision-making
PHYS.ORG We were part of a group of 77 women travelling by ship to an Antarctic research station when our route was blocked by icebergs. We had... 5 hours
The national security implications of Chinese venture capitalists are overblown
TechCrunch Washington — as Washington does — is barreling towards a new reform plan designed to protect American innovation from overseas investors (which should really just be read as... 11 hours
Long-term study reveals one invasive insect can change a forest bird community
SCIENCE DAILY Eastern hemlock forests have been declining due to a non-native insect pest. A new study presents some of the best data showing how the... 19 hours
Leah Remini's Next TV Project Will Take On Another Controversial Religious Group
CINEMA BLEND Leah Remini is exploring another religion in an upcoming special on A&E. 22 hours
Fossil skull from Utah sheds light on primitive mammal group
REUTERS WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A fossilized skull of a small critter found in Utah underneath a dinosaur... 23 hours
Evolutionary divergence in competitive mating success through female mating bias for good genes
Science Magazine Despite heritable variation for univariate sexually selected traits, recent analyses exploring multivariate traits find evidence consistent with the lek paradox in showing... 1 day
How situation awareness could save your life
PHYS.ORG VIDEO In December 1972, three days before New Year, Eastern Airlines flight 401 from New York crashed on approach to Miami when the pilot and crew, all focusing on a malfunctioning landing light, failed to... 1 day
Revealing the mysteries of early development
PHYS.ORG Zebrafish embryos are transparent and develop outside the mother's body, enabling scientists to get a detailed view of early development. A research team led by Lila Solnica-Krezel, the Alan A. and Edith L. Wolff Distinguished Professor... 1 day
Long-term study reveals one invasive insect can change a forest bird community
PHYS.ORG Eastern hemlock forests have been declining due to a non-native insect pest, the hemlock woolly adelgid. A new study from The Condor: Ornithological Applications... 1 day
the fbi inflated the number of encrypted phones linked to crime The FBI inflated the number of encrypted phones linked to crime
THE VERGE The FBI inflated the number of encrypted phones connected to crimes that it did... 1 day
Previously unreported Arctic phytoplankton transport could jeopardize fish populations
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Tiny gypsum crystals can make phytoplankton so heavy that they rapidly sink, transporting large quantities of carbon to the ocean's depths. Experts from the Alfred Wegener Institute recently observed this... 1 day
fbi repeatedly overstated the number of devices it couldn t access because of encryption FBI ‘repeatedly’ overstated the number of devices it couldn’t access because of encryption
9to5Mac A new report from The Washington Post says the FBI... 2 days
FBI said to repeatedly inflate cell phone encryption threat numbers - CNET
CNET The bureau counted nearly 7,800 encrypted devices connected to crimes last year, when the number is probably closer to 2,000, the Washington Post reports. 2 days
fbi grossly inflated statistics on investigations stymied by encrypted smartphones FBI 'Grossly Inflated' Statistics on Investigations Stymied by Encrypted Smartphones
MacRumors The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation provided Congress with "grossly inflated" statistics on the number... 2 days
Amazon facial recognition software raises privacy concerns with the ACLU
TechCrunch Amazon hasn’t exactly kept Rekognition under wraps. In late 2016, the software giant talked up its facial detection software in a relatively benign AWS post announcing that the... 2 days
why we need a better definition of deepfake Why we need a better definition of ‘deepfake’
THE VERGE Interest in the phenomenon of “deepfakes” has died down a little in recent months, presumably as the public comes to... 2 days
amazon is selling police departments a real time facial recognition system Amazon is selling police departments a real-time facial recognition system
THE VERGE VIDEO Documents obtained by the ACLU of Northern California have shed new light on Rekognition, Amazon’s little-known... 2 days
Capillary flow is harnessed for the first time
PHYS.ORG You may never have heard of the capillary effect, but it's something you deal with every time you wipe up a spill or put flowers in water. Wouter van der Wijngaart has... 2 days
can art recreate a migrant s border trauma this simulation might come close Can art recreate a migrant's border trauma? This simulation might come close
CBC As the White House considers how to crack down on illegal border crossings, a virtual-reality project in Washington, D.C., that simulates the panic and... 2 days
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Hands on: New YouTube Music puts audio first as recomendations front & center [Gallery]
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NASA satellites provide a 3-way analysis of Tropical Cyclone Mekun
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Speaker manufacturer Leon details challenges of designing Apple Park’s audio system [Video]
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BlackBerry Key2 teased in new video, shows off refreshed design and keyboard, dual-cameras
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Mophie unveils new on-the-go wireless charging kit, includes car and hotel chargers
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Video: Chameleons are masters of nanotechnology
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Another Lovely Trailer for Mr. Rogers Doc 'Won't You Be My Neighbor?'
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Second Teaser Trailer for Mystery 'A Simple Favor' with Anna Kendrick
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Apple now discounting refurbished iMac Pros including upgraded 18-core models
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