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EU antitrust chief defends probe of Google, US tech giants
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Chinese dockless bike-share giant launches US beachhead
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Threatened Amazon reserve already being mined: Greenpeace
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Maria lashes US Virgin Islands as Puerto Rico prepares for impact
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Engineers 3-D print high-strength aluminum, solve ages-old welding problem using nanoparticles
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Aligning the primary mirror segments of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope with light
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Wave Glider surfs across stormy Drake Passage in Antarctica
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NASA finds very heavy rainfall in Hurricane Maria
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Equifax breach brings renewed attention to information security vulnerabilities
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Security cameras are vulnerable to attacks using infrared light: study
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How animals vote to make group decisions
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A day in the life of NASA's Voyagers
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NASA tracking Jose meandering off US East Coast
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NASA looks within category 5 Hurricane Maria before and after first landfall
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Supercontinuum lasers can lead to better bread and beer
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NASA small satellite promises big discoveries
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