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Epidemiological model lends insight to chlamydia outbreak in Japan  PHYS.ORG · 7 minutes
Mathematical models that quantify the dynamics of infectious diseases are crucial predictive tools for the control of ongoing and future outbreaks. An infection's basic reproduction number (R0) is especially important... more
Reliable method for detecting extraterrestrial life is used on Earth for the first time  PHYS.ORG · 1 hour
Dutch scientists have developed an instrument capable of detecting the presence of living plants kilometres away. In future, the technique... more
Breakthrough in the search for graphene-based electronics  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
For 15 years, scientists have tried to exploit the "miracle material" graphene to produce nanoscale electronics. On paper, graphene should be great for just that: it is ultra-thin—only one atom thick and therefore two-dimensional,... more
Sphero is crowdfunding its new Raspberry Pi-compatible robot  THE VERGE · 4 hours
Sphero, the Colorado-based connected toy company, has had a successful, conventional run making sphere-shaped, smartphone-controlled robots. But for its next... more
Oculus founder sends free repair kits for Rift headsets  BBC · 3 hours
Despite leaving Facebook in 2017, Palmer Luckey is shipping his custom repair kit to gamers free of charge. more
Pottery reveals America's first social media networks  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
Long before Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and even MySpace, early Mississippian Mound cultures in America's southern Appalachian Mountains shared artistic trends and technologies across regional networks that functioned in similar ways as modern social media,... more
Senseon raises $6.4M to tackle cybersecurity threats with an AI ‘triangulation’ approach  TechCrunch · 5 hours
Darktrace helped pave the way for using artificial intelligence to combat malicious hacking and enterprise security breaches. Now a new UK startup founded by an ex-Darktrace... more
The UK’s blistering Facebook report has a good recommendation — for the UK  THE VERGE · 5 hours
The United Kingdom Parliament is still mad at Facebook. How much does it matter? We’ve known since last summer that the report of the... more
Facebook Accused of Leaking Sensitive Health Data in Groups  Gadgets 360 · 6 hours
The FTC complaint against Facebook highlights that public sharing of privately posted personal health information is in violation of the law. more
New Zealand plans new tax for giants like Google, Facebook  PHYS.ORG · 9 hours
New Zealand's government plans a new tax targeting online giants like Google and Facebook that earn plenty of money in the country but pay little tax. more
Robots track moving objects with unprecedented precision  MIT · 11 hours
System uses RFID tags to home in on targets; could benefit robotic manufacturing, collaborative drones, and other applications. more
Facebook 'Digital Gangsters' Who Spread Fake News, Say British MPs  Gadgets 360 · 12 hours
A scathing British parliamentary report on Monday branded Facebook "digital gangsters" who failed to fight the spread of fake news and violated data privacy. more
Fetal signaling pathways may offer future opportunities to treat lung damage  NEWS MEDICAL · 13 hours
Specialized lung cells appear in the developing fetus much earlier than scientists previously thought. A new animal study published this week in the Proceedings of the... more
New Zealand plans new tax for giants like Google, Facebook  ABC NEWS · 14 hours
New Zealand's government has announced plans for a new tax targeting online giants like Google and Facebook that earn plenty of money in the country but pay little... more
On this week's podcast ... New 20H1 builds, HoloLens 2 teasers, and more  Windows Central · 14 hours
This week on the Windows Central Podcast: Windows 10 in 2020, CShell for 20H1, Win32 on HoloLens 2, and more We're back... more
Could hackers 'brainjack' your memories in future?  BBC · 16 hours
A decade from now, memory-boosting implants could be available commercially, but at what risk? more
What an American artificial intelligence initiative really needs  TechCrunch · 17 hours
The American AI Initiative as it stands does little to blunt the fears that America will fall behind in its technological edge. In fact, its lack of particulars sends exactly the opposite... more
TCL leaks foretell a weird future for foldable phones  TechCrunch · 17 hours
Foldables are going to get weird. And I’m here for it. Just check out these leaked TCL renders from CNET. All manner of strange and wonderful folding devices — two... more
Facebook suspends Russia-backed pages targeting millennials - CNET  CNET · 17 hours
Pages on current affairs and history collected tens of millions of views in the past few months, CNN reports. more
Oculus co-founder shipping free Rift repair kits to users with VR headset audio issue  TechCrunch · 17 hours
Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey isn’t in the VR hardware business these days since getting canned by Facebook (he’s focused on... more
iFixit launches ‘I’m A Genius’ campaign to encourage users to repair their own devices
iFixit launches ‘I’m A Genius’ campaign to encourage users to repair their own devices
Hands-on: Brydge Keyboard for the 2018 12.9-inch iPad Pro is the real deal
The death penalty, an American tradition on the decline
Fortnite turns into SSX with the long-awaited driftboard
YouTube updates channel strike system with one-time warning and more consistent punishments
School climate strikes: What next for the latest generation of activists?
Huawei P30 to be announced on March 26th in Paris
Comment: The rumored iPad mini 5 only makes sense if it gets a substantial price cut
Lightsaber dueling recognized as official sport in France
Ancient 'night' marsupial faced four months of winter darkness
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Buds leak in TV commercial
Interactive space simulation for nanosatellites
16-Inch MacBook Pro, 6K Apple Display, AirPower, AirPods 2 and More Predicted for 2019 [Video]
Android Q may change the back button to a gesture