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3 ways iPod Touch 2019 earns its $200 price

Saturday  22:40,   15 june 2019
cnet

Commentary: What the latest iPod Touch lacks in screen and battery life, it makes up for in apps, games, AR and a headphone... >>>

Iridium GO! Turn any smartphone into a satellite phone with internet access

Saturday  22:40,   15 june 2019
zdnet

If you're planning to go off the grid over the summer, here's how you can still get access to phonecalls, text, and internet by accessing the Iridium satellite... >>>

Squid might thrive in oceans with rising carbon dioxide

Saturday  22:25,   15 june 2019
qz

Scientists in Australia tested how two types of squid fared in futuristic waters. The results surprised... >>>

What jumpstarted Earth's plate tectonics? New clues point to ancient glaciers.

Saturday  22:15,   15 june 2019
nationalgeographic

The provocative theory has geologists hotly debating when and why our planet's modern geologic dance kicked into high... >>>

Tired of #$%& passwords? Single Sign-on could be savior

Saturday  22:15,   15 june 2019
usatoday

Apple, Google & Facebook's instant sign-in is safer than tough passwords, says Google exec. If true, no more fiddling with #s, letters and... >>>

The new plan to remove a trillion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere: Bury it

Saturday  19:40,   15 june 2019
washingtonpost

An idea is also starting to gain traction — sucking carbon out of the atmosphere and storing it underground. It sounds like an idea plucked from science fiction, but the reality is that trees and plants already do it, breathing carbon dioxide and... >>>

Greatest Cyberthreat May Be Rapidly Changing Technology, Expert Warns

Saturday  18:20,   15 june 2019
usnews

Building hack-proof systems is easy, say experts. Updating existing ones is the greatest... >>>

Scientists are putting antibiotics into the ocean—on purpose. And it's our only hope.

Saturday  18:10,   15 june 2019
popsci

A mysterious new coral epidemic is ravaging reefs across the Florida... >>>

Something Appears to Have Ripped a Massive Hole in the Milky Way's Edge

Saturday  13:21,   15 june 2019
newsweek

Something appears to have torn a hole in part of the Milky Way’s halo. The “dark substructure” was found via Gaia observations—a project set out to produce the most detailed 3D map of our galaxy—with Harvard scientist Ana Bonaca noticing a... >>>

Chrome can display websites in dark mode, if you want it to

Saturday  13:00,   15 june 2019
engadget

If you like using dark mode on your apps, Chrome is going one better -- it now supports dark mode for websites as well. Simply enable the new feature and if developers are making use of it, your favorite websites can adapt right before your eyes.... >>>

Apple has registered seven more MacBooks, a report says

Saturday  07:46,   15 june 2019
cnet

Similar filings in the past have been an indication of upcoming... >>>

NASA Wants to Block Out Distant Stars With the Craziest Flying Formation Ever

Saturday  00:10,   15 june 2019
popularmechanics

We've never seen anything like the starshade before. Once the distances are set, the starshade would go into action, "blooming" like a flower and spreading its artificial petals. Those petals would block out the light from a distant star and allow... >>>

Saturn’s Largest Moon Would Make an Unbelievable Vacation Spot

Friday  20:55,   14 june 2019
theatlantic

You’d need an oxygen mask and enough layers to contend with beyond freezing temperatures, but could leave the sunscreen at... >>>

‘Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’ Hands-On

Friday  20:45,   14 june 2019
variety

While Variety already ran an interview with “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order” game director Stig Asmussen discussing the game’s inspirations, it’s goals, and how it all fits into Star Wars canon, today, Variety was given the opportunity to play “Fallen >>>

Humans Have Started Growing Spikes in the Back of Their Skulls Because We Use Smartphones so Much

Friday  20:41,   14 june 2019
newsweek

Press your fingers into the back of your skull, just above your neck. If you feel a small spike you may be among people whose body has responded to smartphone use by growing new layers of bone. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function... >>>