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Don't panic! Amazon, Google aren't in a NYSE meltdown - CNET
CNET A suspension of trading for key tech companies had people wondering what was going on. It turns out to be a trading bug. 26 minutes
facebook made an ad about how bad facebook has become Facebook made an ad about how bad Facebook has become
THE VERGE VIDEO Facebook has increasingly been reckoning with the many problems its network has, and today, the company... 20 minutes
The Funny Reason Marvel Fans Are Mad About The New Venom Trailer
CINEMA BLEND With a new trailer finally released, Marvel fans seem to have one very specific issue with the upcoming Venom movie. 30 minutes
‘Wonder Woman 2’ Confirmed To Be Set In The 80s
SCIENCEFICTION.COM Warner Bros gave a presentation at CinemaCon, giving DC Comics fans a lot to take in,... 46 minutes
Something fishy: Mexico nabs traveler with endangered totoaba
PHYS.ORG Mexican authorities arrested a Chinese airline passenger after a strong smell emanating from his suitcases led to the discovery that he was transporting body parts from hundreds of endangered totoaba fish. 31 minutes
Don't panic! Amazon, Google aren't in NYSE meltdown - CNET
CNET A suspension of trading with key tech companies had people wondering what was going on. It turns out, it was just a trading bug. 1 hour
Study examines denigration when people call a place a 'shithole'
PHYS.ORG By tracing the use of the word and hashtag 'shithole' on Twitter, researchers have examined who is engaged in the stigmatizing discourse of denigration, the types of place... 31 minutes
Why You Should Be Excited For Lady Gaga's A Star Is Born Remake
CINEMA BLEND Of all the footage that I saw at CinemaCon on... 2 hours
ESA's new Milky Way map shines with 1.7 billion stars - CNET
CNET VIDEO The stars of our Milky Way are giving up their secrets to the European Space Agency's Gaia spacecraft and its stunning new star catalog. 2 hours
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Directors Reveal Their Favorite Team-Ups
SCIENCEFICTION.COM Part of the appeal of the ‘Avengers’ movies (or any team-up story, really) lies in the interactions between the characters... 2 hours
What Working With Lord And Miller On Solo Was Like, According To Alden Ehrenreich
CINEMA BLEND Solo: A Star Wars Story is a film... 3 hours
This Planet Is So Dark, Scientists Have to Guess What It Looks Like
SPACE.COM The gassy world is "darker than charcoal" and may swallow up to 99 percent of the light its local star sheds upon... 3 hours
some neat and clever creations people have made with nintendo labo so far Some neat and clever creations people have made with Nintendo Labo so far
THE VERGE VIDEO Nintendo’s DIY cardboard Labo construction kits for the Switch were... 3 hours
Drew Houston to upload his thoughts at TC Disrupt SF in September
TechCrunch Dropbox is a critically important tool for more than 500 million people. The company launched back in 2007 and founder and CEO Drew Houston... 3 hours
Defending hospitals against life-threatening cyberattacks
PHYS.ORG Like any large company, a modern hospital has hundreds – even thousands – of workers using countless computers, smartphones and other electronic devices that are vulnerable to security breaches, data thefts and ransomware attacks. But hospitals are unlike... 3 hours
The potential habitability of TRAPPIST-1—no aliens yet, but a lot of data
PHYS.ORG One year ago, I wrote an article about the remarkable discovery of the TRAPPIST-1 planetary system, a system of seven temperate terrestrial planets orbiting... 4 hours
The Brother P-Touch personal label printer is a steal at $9.99 - CNET
CNET VIDEO It normally sells for $30, so grab one before supplies run out. Plus: a big sale on "Alien" and "Star Trek" movies! 4 hours
The Incredible Hulk Honest Trailer Reminds You This Movie Takes Place In The MCU
CINEMA BLEND The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a massive franchise... 4 hours
Path of Panama disease fungus established for the first time
PHYS.ORG The much-feared Tropical Race 4 strain of the Fusarium oxysporum soil fungus which causes Panama disease in Cavendish bananas has now been discovered in Myanmar. This follows closely... 4 hours
Rhythm crucial in drummed speech
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have carried out research into the drummed speech system of the Bora people of the Northwest Amazon. They found the Boras not only reproduce the melody of words and sentences in this endangered language, but also their... 4 hours
Using deep learning to predict emergency room visits
PHYS.ORG At IBM Research, we are exploring new solutions for a range of health care challenges. One such challenge is emergency room (ER) overcrowding, which can lead to long wait times for treatment.... 4 hours
Powerful flare detected on an M-dwarf star
PHYS.ORG An international team of astronomers reports the finding of ASASSN-18di—a powerful white-light superflare on a previously undetected, mid-type M-dwarf star. The discovery is detailed in a paper published April 12 on the arXiv pre-print... 5 hours
Today only, these Black + Decker compact hand vacuums are down to just $20
Windows Central Today only, Amazon is offering these Black+Decker Compact Lithium Hand Vacuums for only $19.98 apiece. There are several different colors... 4 hours
The 'double edge' of pervasive personalisation
PHYS.ORG Anyone who uses online shopping, social media or even email is voluntarily – though not necessarily consciously – experiencing the influence of personalised technologies. The "profiling" which leads to advertisements for certain products stalking you across... 5 hours
Gaia creates richest star map of our Galaxy—and beyond
PHYS.ORG VIDEO ESA's Gaia mission has produced the richest star catalogue to date, including high-precision measurements of nearly 1.7 billion stars and revealing previously unseen details of our home Galaxy. 6 hours
Asteroids could have delivered water to the early Earth
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Facebook made an ad about how bad Facebook has become
THE VERGE
US Justice Department reportedly investigating Huawei for violating Iran sanctions
9to5Google
3-D print electronics and cells printed directly on skin
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3-D print electronics and cells printed directly on skin
SCIENCE DAILY
Spectacles 2 reportedly coming this week as Snapchat takes second shot at wearables
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ESA's new Milky Way map shines with 1.7 billion stars - CNET
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New galactic map shows the positions and brightness of 1.7 billion stars
THE VERGE
Google shares a fun design trailer while you wait for Gmail’s new UI [Video]
9to5Google
Netflix has ordered Follow This, a short-form documentary series from BuzzFeed
THE VERGE
Snapchat update introduces Snappables — a new way to play fun AR games with your friends
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The Brother P-Touch personal label printer is a steal at $9.99 - CNET
CNET
Beaches are becoming safer for baby sea turtles, but threats await them in the ocean
PHYS.ORG
Spinning high-strength polymer nanofibers
PHYS.ORG
Some neat and clever creations people have made with Nintendo Labo so far
THE VERGE