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The new season is fully stocked with genre fare, so we tapped Yung Chipotle and Barmelo Xanthony to weigh in on the offerings.

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A big jump in the resolution of Google Street View imagery will help the company's software read street signs and business names

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In its quest to eliminate bail, New Jersey has turned to tech tools that speed up the process of deciding who does and doesn't await trial behind bars.

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The gunman and blood are fake, but the threat is real.

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Beats Studio 3 might look just like the previous model, but new noise-cancelling tech makes the listening experience so much better.

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Opinion: The US government's decision to remove a promising security technology from its arsenal could impair free trade.

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A recent attack on WikiLeaks illustrates a vulnerability deep in the routing system of the internet itself.

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Reducing emissions is not going to be enough to prevent catastrophic consequences of climate change. Enter geoengineering.

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In Scott Kelly’s new book, Endurance, the veteran astronaut writes about all the weird quirks of life in space.

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Newly licensed operators are getting to work.

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The Hermit Kingdom conducted its most powerful underground test yet, stoking tensions in an already very strained situation.

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A console is only as good as its games, and the Nintendo New 2DS XL has them all.

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After several missed deadlines, Trump's cybersecurity executive order has gotten off to a slow start.

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Last week megachurch pastor Joel Osteen came under Twitter scrutiny when he didn't immediately open his church's doors to Hurricane Harvey victims.

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There's plenty of pessimism and cynicism in Washington and Wall Street. Don't let it bleed into the Valley too.

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A lab aims to find out if a brain-training game could ever have a real, lasting impact on memory and cognitive function.

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"Organoid" brain tissue models grown in a lab for two years can help scientists study a critical period of development just before and after birth.

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As the federal disaster agency dives into hurricane Harvey cleanup, its weird Cold War legacy remains hidden—and relevant.

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Reliable transportation is a daily, fundamental need, almost more so in the wake of a disaster.

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posted 18 days ago on wired news
An Instagram bug, a massive spam campaign, and more of the week's top security news.

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How spambots, fake names, and 2,000 "John Olivers" wreaked havoc on the net neutrality debate

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Gamergate's first target has a new book that's part memoir, part manifesto, and all about combating online harassment.

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Physicists are trying to rewrite the axioms of quantum theory from scratch in an effort to understand what it all means. The problem? They’ve been almost too successful.

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A megamaser galaxy, a Cosmic Eyelash, and Cassini makes a movie about Saturn this week in space.

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