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How Crime Scene Analysts Collect and Preserve Fingerprints

3 hours 31 min ago
A veteran analyst explains the work of gathering fingerprints that can link a suspect to a crime—even after it rains.
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Baby Fish Feast on Microplastics, and Then Get Eaten

4 hours 18 min ago
Fish larvae off the coast of Hawaii are mistaking tiny pieces of plastic for prey, an alarming finding with big implications for the oceanic food web.
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Microsoft Surface Pro X Review: Expensive, Unreliable, Untenable

5 hours 32 min ago
The slim, light, 2-in-1 computer has a new chip that hobbles the machine’s ability to achieve the dreams that Microsoft had for it.
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Esther Wojcicki on How to Raise Successful People

6 hours 21 min ago
The famed journalist and teacher explains her philosophy to parenting.
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Disney\+ Could Have More Than 100 Million Subscribers by 2025

7 hours 4 min ago
Netflix, meanwhile, could have more than 200 million by that time. 
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‘For All Mankind’ Creator Ronald Moore Reimagines NASA’s History

7 hours 28 min ago
The creator of Apple TV+'s launch title talks to WIRED's Peter Rubin about what it would look like if the Russians beat us to the moon.
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Rian Johnson to Star Wars Diversity Haters: 'Fuck 'Em'

8 hours 37 min ago
But, he says, the fandom shouldn’t let itself be defined by a few bigots.
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Socked Into the Puppet-Hole on Wikipedia

10 hours 18 min ago
How a lowly WIRED columnist got caught up in a secret war at one of the world's biggest websites.
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15 Gift Ideas for Anyone Who Works from Home

11 hours 18 min ago
These serious (and silly) gifts are perfect for the telecommuter or part-time remote worker in your life.
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How to Shut Up Your Gadgets at Night So You Can Sleep

12 hours 18 min ago
Cut out the beeps and bloops and get some rest for a change.
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Can AI Built to ‘Benefit Humanity’ Also Serve the Military?

12 hours 18 min ago
Microsoft's $10 billion Pentagon contract puts the independent artificial-intelligence lab OpenAI in an awkward position.
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Today’s Cartoon: Dying Wish

12 hours 18 min ago
A final farewell.
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Astro Teller on How to Handle Failure (With an Infinite Budget)

Sun, 11/10/2019 - 08:53
And what Alphabet’s moonshot factory, X, is going after next.
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12 Gift Ideas for Wine or Beer Lovers in Your Life

Sun, 11/10/2019 - 06:00
From growlers to glassware, these are our favorite gifts for beer, wine, or cocktail connoisseurs.
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Rudy Giuliani's Tweets Top This Week's Internet News Roundup

Sun, 11/10/2019 - 06:00
Last week, Rudy Giuliani lawyered up on Twitter and the internet began to ask what triggers liberals and conservatives.
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The Failure of Uber's Self-Driving Car, Polestar's Debut, and More Car News This Week

Sun, 11/10/2019 - 06:00
Plus, a call to require helmets for cyclists, Paris battles e-scooters, and more. 
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The Pursuit of Creativity Can Make Algorithms Much Smarter

Sun, 11/10/2019 - 05:00
Neural networks are demonstrating profound leaps in their abilities when they're tasked with open exploration instead of a narrowly focused goal.
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Amazon Kindle for Kids Review: Kid Tested, Mother Approved

Sun, 11/10/2019 - 04:00
Get your child a Kindle and use it to support your local library!
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Huge Data Leak Doxes Members of Notorious Neo-Nazi Forum

Sat, 11/09/2019 - 11:03
Apple Mail encryption, Ring doorbell Wi-Fi, and more of the week's top security news.
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Icelandic Walruses May Have Been Early Victims of Human-Driven Extinction

Sat, 11/09/2019 - 11:00
The timing of the walrus's disappearance suggests the Vikings, and their ivory trade, had something to do with it. 
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