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The first 7 Alexa skills you should enable - CNET

The ever-growing world of Alexa skills can be daunting. Here are the seven you should give a go first.

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Wheat’s complex genome finally deciphered, offering hope for better harvests and nonallergenic varieties | Science | A

Wheat researchers thrilled to have new help in finding genes and breeding in traits—“It's like walking with a Google map”

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Twitter's Dorsey: I Want To Reduce 'Echo Chambers' By Controlling What You See | Daily Wire

In an interview with The Washington Post this week, Twitter head Jack Dorsey talked about the supposed issues facing Twitter.

Science & Technology | Science & Space

Astronomers Make a Surprising Discovery from 12.5 Billion Years Ago

A team of astronomers has made a surprising discovery: 12.5 billion years ago, the most opaque place in the universe contained relatively little matter.

Science & Technology | Computer & Coding Tips

Be a Better Programmer with these 40 Mathematics Courses

But why we are so scared of Mathematics? Simply It’s because of our high school teaching systems and very less resource to learn from in our early ages. I saw many of friends didn’t understand and…

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How to turn off Google's location tracking | Technology

Turning off location history won’t hide where you are when you use search, Maps or weather. Here’s how to stop being tracked

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Instagram users are reporting the same bizarre hack

A bizarre Instagram hack appears to be spreading: users' account names, bios, and profile avatars are changed, as is all their contact information.

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End of the Rainbow? New Map Scale is More Readable by People Who Are Color Blind - Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

Science & Technology | Physics & Cosmology

The Big Bang Wasn’t The Beginning, After All – Starts With A Bang! – Medium

The Universe began not with a whimper, but with a bang! At least, that’s what you’re commonly told: the Universe and everything in it came into existence at the moment of the Big Bang. Space, time…

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Nasa probe will still be circling Sun at end of Solar System, say scientists

Nasa's new solar spacecraft is so indestructable that parts of it will be circling the Sun until the Solar System ends, eight billion years from now, scientists have said.  The US space agency launches its Parker Solar Probe on Saturday, which will trave

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Today the Parker Solar Probe Is Named for Him. 60 Years Ago, No One Believed His Ideas About the Sun. - The New York Tim

Eugene N. Parker predicted the existence of solar wind in 1958. The NASA spacecraft, scheduled to launch on Saturday, is the first named for a living person.

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NASA wants you to build your own Mars rover - CNET

The Jet Propulsion Lab's DIY Curiosity rover costs billions less than the real thing.

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The Mysterious Bronze Objects That Have Baffled Archeologists for Centuries | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Science & Technology | Social Media

10 essentials for your social media marketing campaigns

Sporadic tweets and banal Facebook posts just won’t cut it in today’s online world. Set clear objectives, and keep current and consistent with engaging posts and audience interaction.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Swipe right for home: Israeli startup brings finger-motion tech to car commands

Jerusalem-based Inpris's technology allows drivers to control music, phone calls, messaging, and navigation without taking eyes off road

Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

Mysterious radio signal from space? Astronomers aren’t sure of origins

A mysterious, low-frequency radio signal was detected using a radio telescope based in Canada, astronomers say. The source of the signal is not clear.

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Samsung just accidentally posted a video to YouTube that reveals more details about the Galaxy Note 9

Samsung just accidentally leaked details about the Galaxy Note 9, less than a week before it's set to unveil the new phone. Samsung New Zealand uploaded an intro video of the phone to its YouTube page, revealing details about both the phone's d

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Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom on winning the Stories war - The Verge

Two years after Instagram cloned Snapchat Stories, we interviewed CEO Kevin Systrom about his future plans.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

At The Wheel: Why Israel Is A Driving Force Behind The Cars Of Tomorrow | Technology News

Israel's auto tech industry is thriving and startups in this sector are regularly striking up new partnerships, forming strategic alliances, and grabbing the attention of high-profile investors and even buyers.

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How 15 Tech Companies, Sites and Gadgets Got Their Names

Study up on the origins of this tech giants.

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Software on Vinyl Records Pt.1/2 | ft. Techmoan [Tech Nibble]

● Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/RetroManCave ● MonsterJoysticks: https://monsterjoysticks.com/RMC ● 1ClickPrint: https://www.1clickprint.com#retromancave ...

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Amazon plans to move completely off Oracle software by early 2020

As Amazon increasingly competes with Oracle in the cloud, the e-commerce company is moving off of Oracle's databases.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Delegation seeks Israeli startups to help African farmers boost crops

Team from Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa visits Israel to pinpoint local agricultural technologies that are pertinent to Africa's challenges

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Facebook and Instagram now show how many minutes you use them

It’s passive zombie-feed scrolling, not active communication with friends, that hurts our health, according to studies Facebook has been pointing to for the last seven months. Yet it’s treating all our social networking the same with todayR

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel boosts funding for ultra-Orthodox tech entrepreneurs

A similar program will be announced for Arab Israeli entrepreneurs, Innovation Authority says; aim is to increase participation of minorities in booming startup scene

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How Instagram's Algorithm Works And Where Your Strategy Needs to Shift

As Instagram's algorithm changes, yesterday's marketing tactics might become less effective tomorrow. Here's how the Instagram algorithm works and how you can evolve your Instagram strategy to get the most out of the platform today.

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The robot controlled by your thoughts

How you can correct the mistakes of robots using only brain and muscle signals.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Blood moon: Photos of the lunar eclipse taken by astronaut in space - Business Insider

German astronaut Alexander Gerst, who lives aboard the International Space Station, used his camera to take stunning photos of the total lunar eclipse, or blood moon, from orbit on July 27, 2018.

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Twitter turns to academics to improve conversational health on the platform | TechCrunch

Twitter is partnering with two groups of academic researchers to figure out how to measure the health of conversations happening on the platform. It’s all part of the company’s continuing long game for social relevance. Despite the fact that it lost 1

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The Simplest Way to Hide Old Facebook and Twitter Posts | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Science & Technology | Science & Space

What Is the Most Massive Star?

The most massive known star is R136a1, more than 300 times as massive as the sun.

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Underground Lake Found on Mars? Get the Facts.

The 12-mile-wide reservoir could solve a Martian mystery—and offer a new target in the hunt for extraterrestrial life.

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How a Bunch of Lava Lamps Protect Us From Hackers

Inside Cloudflare's San Francisco office, 100 units of Edward Craven Walker’s groovy hardware help guard the internet.

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How to Protect Phone from Water Damage - Wireless Router Printer

Water is the most common reason for a phone damage. It is really necessary to Protect Phone from Water Damage. There is no rocket science, just follow some simple tips to save your phone

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Facebook Suspends Infowars' Alex Jones for Hate Speech | Fortune

Facebook has taken a stand against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, suspending him from the platform for 30 days.

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Meet the $27 pen that lets you draw physical objects in midair – BGR

Whether or not you have a single artistic bone in your body, we guarantee that you will have an absolute blast with the Canbor 3D Printing Pen. This awesome contraption 3D prints the same type of plastic that a conventional 3D printer does.

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LinkedIn adds support for sending voice messages – a feature nobody was asking for | 9to5Mac

LinkedIn today announced a new feature for its Messaging platform that seemingly nobody asked for. In a blog post, the company revealed that you can now record and send voice messages up to one-min…

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Watch Live: Longest 'Blood Moon' Eclipse of the Century

The record-setting lunar eclipse paired with an extra-close Mars will soon have sky-watchers seeing red.

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Using DNA to identify deceased US troops - CNN

North Korea has turned over what they say are an initial 55 cases holding remains believed to be of US troops killed during the Korean War.

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There Was No Big Bang Singularity

It's one of the biggest assumptions we've ever made about the Universe. Here's why it's wrong.

    Science & Technology | ISRAELI TECH

    Facebook Acquires Israeli Messaging Platform Startup Redkix For $100M | Technology News

    The Israeli company will join Workplace by Facebook, the tech giant's answer to popular collaboration service Slack.

    Science & Technology | Technology

    Send tracks from Amazon Music to Alexa devices with Alexa Cast

    Today, Amazon announced that users listening to music through the Amazon Music app can now cast their tunes to any Alexa-enabled speaker from their phone. The f...

    Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

    Milky Way's Black Hole Provides Long-Sought Test of Einstein's General Relativity - Scientific American

    Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

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    "Traveling" Brain Waves May Be Critical for Cognition - Scientific American

    Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

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    Update Your iPhones And Androids Now If You Don't Want Your Bluetooth Hacked

    Apple has patched, though it's unclear if all Android devices are secure. Windows, meanwhile, is still vulnerable to older Bluetooth attacks.

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    Microsoft debuts free quantum computer programming katas

    Microsoft yesterday released its new Quantum Katas, a free open source project that'll teach you how to develop for quantum computers.

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    Facebook’s ‘Watch Party’ rolls out to all, letting Groups watch videos together

    For the past few months, Facebook has been testing something it calls “Watch Party”. It’s a feature that would let Facebook Groups host shared video streaming sessions, with everyone in the group being able to see/comment on the same vid

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    Defying Reality: The oncoming train of virtual reality adventure | VentureBeat

    The following is an excerpt from Defying Reality: The Inside Story of the Virtual Reality Revolution by David M. Ewalt.

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    Israeli startup seeks to head off hacking threats from connected cars

    When SafeRide's technology detects an anomaly it alerts a security operations center, which then decides how to respond

    Science & Technology | Technology

    Apple's HomePod will reportedly be able to make calls soon

    Apple is believed to be adding some notable features to its Siri-powered HomePod smart speaker, including the ability to make and receive phone calls.

    Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

    Longest total lunar eclipse of 21st century coming Friday

    The longest total lunar eclipse of the century is coming Friday, and it will transform the moon into a reddish orange color for more than 100 minutes, according to NASA. The eclipse won't be visible from North America, Noah Petro, a scientist for the NAS

    Science & Technology | The Ocean & The Environment

    The Hidden Environmental Cost of Amazon Prime’s Free, Fast Shipping

    Your Prime Day shopping spree came with free, fast shipping — but experts say there’s a hidden environmental cost that doesn’t show up on the checkout page.

    Science & Technology | Technology

    Apple's Joe Shelton tells about about Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak - Business Insider

    Joe Shelton talks about Steve Jobs' infamous 'reality distortion field.' In truth, Shelton says, Jobs' was not the master of mind control that many people made him out to be.

    Science & Technology | Technology

    What you need to know about your browser's digital fingerprints

    Your browser has a fingerprint. It’s not as obvious as the real ones on your fingertips, but it exists nonetheless.

    Science & Technology | Social Media

    Instagram now lets you see when your friends are online

    just added a new feature that lets your followers see when you are "active" and using the app

    Science & Technology | Social Media

    Twitter bots are running amok with your public Venmo data

    Here's another reason why you might want to double-check your privacy settings: transactions you may have thought were private could be on Twitter right now

    Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

    Saturn’s moon Titan looks absolutely incredible in new infrared images – BGR

    NASA's Cassini orbiter is dead. It's been dead since late last year, having completed an extended mission and a series of daring dives through Saturn's iconic rings, and ultimately found itself slamming through the planet's thick atmosphere where it was e

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    Apple Suddenly 'Confirms' Three Radical New iPhones

    Apple has suddenly confirmed its most exciting new iPhones in years...

    Science & Technology | iPhone

    Call Recorder App For iPhone/100% Working - MAC GENIUS TRICKS

    PhotoFast Call Recorder App For iPhone is currently best working Call Recorder using PhotoFast Adapter. You can record all incoming and outgoing call.

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    12 Of The Saddest Science Facts Of All Time

    It's lonely spacecraft and abandoned animals all the way down. I'm so sorry.

    Science & Technology | ISRAELI TECH

    Former Israeli soldiers use AI to wage war on convenience store lines

    We spend two years of our lives waiting in lines. Enough is enough! Trigo Vision, an AI startup with a team of warriors at the helm, is here to kill queues.

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    ‘Flying’ Food: Drone-Delivered Meals May Soon Be A Reality With Israeli Firm Flytrex

    The Tel Aviv company was recently selected by the FAA's Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Integration Pilot Program to test its technology in the US.

    Science & Technology | Technology

    Best soundbars of 2018: Reviews and buying advice | TechHive

    Find the best soundbar for music and movies and that's the perfect fit for your budget.

    Science & Technology | Science

    Astronomers have found a new crop of moons around Jupiter, and one of them is a weirdo - The Verge

    Ten more moons have been confirmed to orbit around Jupiter, bringing the planet’s total known satellite count to 79. That’s the highest number of moons of any planet in the Solar System.

    Science & Technology | Tech News

    Researchers use AI to predict Alzheimer’s disease progression

    Researchers at Unlearn, a startup that designs software tools for clinical research, have developed a system that predicts the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.

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    Apple stops selling last worthwhile MacBook Pro | 9to5Mac

    In the wake of the new 13-inch and 15-inch Touch Bar models today, Apple has stopped selling the much-beloved 2015 MacBook Pro. For people who despised butterfly keys, or mourned the lack of legacy…

    Science & Technology | Science

    Ethylene-gibberellin signaling underlies adaptation of rice to periodic flooding | Science

    Deepwater rice varieties grow taller when flooded, in a growth response driven by the plant hormones gibberellin and ethylene. This keeps the leaves above the water. Kuroha et al. identified the genes underlying this phenotype, which encode a component of

    Science & Technology | Social Media

    In Twitter Purge, Top Accounts Lose Millions of Followers

    Some popular figures — including Barack Obama, Ellen DeGeneres, Justin Bieber, Rihanna and Ashton Kutcher — lost a million or more in the crackdown.

    Science & Technology | Trek Merchandise

    Mego Toys Returns With Retro Line Of Figures Coming To Target, Including ‘Star Trek’ – TrekMovie.com

    The 1970s are coming back from the company that made the first big wave of mainstream 'Star Trek' toys.

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    Israel leading charge toward the next health frontier: Personalized medicine | The Times of Israel

    With its variety of homogeneous populations and tech background, the Startup Nation can be a key player in the medicine of the future, says Prof. Shulamit Michaeli

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    Israeli Startup Monday Had To Change Its Name After Mockery. Now Its Team Software Is Worth $550M

    A year ago, Israeli startup monday.com had a name no one understood. Now with a $50 million funding valuing it at $550 million, people are noticing its team software.

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    Scientists reveal they have found the world's oldest color | Fox News

    According to a recent study, bright pink is the world's oldest color, having been discovered in rocks that are 1.1 billion years old.

    Science & Technology | Cosmic Research

    10 Amazing Facts About Sri Yantra, The King Of All Sacred Geometries

    Get to know here 10 amazing facts about Sri Yantra, the king of all sacred geometries.

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    Amazon, Zeekit partner for virtual wedding dress try-on | ISRAEL21c

    The collaboration will allow brides to shop and purchase bridal gowns online using precise measurements taken via mobile phone.

    Science & Technology | Tech

    I compared Google's Chrome browser with its No. 1 competitor — and the winner was clear

    I'm always on the lookout for the best app that I use most often: the web browser. So here's how Google Chrome stacks up against Mozilla Firefox.

      Science & Technology | Archaeology & Anthropology

      Ancient Human Ancestors Had to Deal with Climbing Toddlers

      Australopithecus afarensis toddlers had a special grasping toe that helped them hold on to their mothers and escape into the trees, reports a study published today (July 4) in Science Advances.

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      Low on Gas? You Can Now Get It Delivered to You | Mental Floss

      Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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      Professional Essay Writers: Any Level and Deadline

      Professional essay writers are the best helpers in creating a professional essay on any topic for you! ☆ 100% Custom Papers ☎ 24/7 Support ♛ HOT 40% OFF

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        How to Block Robocalls and Spam Calls

        Are you getting too many phone calls from spammers and telemarketers? You can take several steps to battle against those annoying, unknown callers.

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        Apple rebuilding Maps in massive overhaul, first results appearing in next iOS 12 beta | 9to5Mac

        TechCrunch has published a new piece detailing Apple’s massive effort to rebuild Apple Maps from the ground up — specifically the mapping data — with a combination of iPhones and those Apple …

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        Interstellar space travel will require lots of sex

        Until we invent the futuristic science fiction sleeping chambers that will keep humans alive for thousands of years while we traverse the universe, we're gonna have to get to the next star the old fashioned way: in bed, in space.

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          Home - Theramine

          Theramine is a safer alternative to NSAIDs and opioids. Theramine helps fill the gap that drug pain therapies do not address, by providing the cells of the body with the fuel needed to meet the increased nutritional demands of chronic pain an inflammation

          Science & Technology | Science & Space

          Interstellar Visitor 'Oumuamua Is a Comet After All

          It turns out that 'Oumuamua, our first known interstellar visitor, is a comet after all.

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          Want More Instagram Followers? Here's 12 Proven-Successful Organic Strategies

          You might think of your follower count as a vanity metric, but with over half of Instagram users following brands and using the platform to conduct research prior to making purchase decisions... it's high time you got vain.

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          NASA showcases gorgeous new photo of Jupiter that looks almost too amazing to be real – BGR

          Man, Jupiter sure is weird. The gas giant is one of the most-photographed objects in our Solar System thanks to its mesmerizing, swirling cloud tops, but NASA's latest photo of the colossal planet is even more jaw-dropping than usual.

          Science & Technology | Tech

          The 6 Apps
          Every Driver Needs This Summer

          Essential tech tools to make driving way more fun (and affordable too).

          Science & Technology | TECH

          Why Apple’s AirPower Wireless Charger Is Taking So Long to Make

          When Apple Inc. introduced AirPods earbuds in 2016, chief designer Jony Ive hailed the beginning of a new "wireless future." The company’s devices would connect and charge without fiddly white cords and unsightly plugs and sockets.

          Science & Technology | Technology

          The End Of Dyslexia

          Innovations in brain research and AI-fueled technologies could level the playing field for those with language-based learning disabilities.