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What does Amazon‘s ‘Top Brand‘ badge actually mean?

Yet another mysterious badge for Amazon shoppers to figure out.

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I put myself through hell as an IPCC convening lead author, but it was worth it

A top climate scientist explains the masochism behind creating the IPCC climate reports.

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Report: US expected to give Huawei another 90-day export license

US and Chinese governments are expected to talk things out this weekend.

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New Attack exploiting serious Bluetooth weakness can intercept sensitive data

"KNOB" forces devices to use encryption keys that are trivial to break.

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Wind power prices now lower than the cost of natural gas

In the US, it‘s cheaper to build and operate wind farms than buy fossil fuels.

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Surprise! Uber and Lyft don‘t like NYC‘s new ride-hail rules

Regulations less than ideal for the companies as NYC is among their largest markets.

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Google Drive will introduce long-asked-for file shortcuts feature

It‘s coming to G Suite in beta first, but may reach more users at a later date.

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NASA chief alienates Senators needed to fund the Moon program

"I really think this is a great day for the Johnson Space Center. And I mean that."

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Undead hordes rise from the sea in delightfully campy Zombie Tidal Wave

Director Anthony C. Ferrante discusses his ongoing collaboration with star Ian Ziering.

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SYFY‘s Zombie Tidal Wave gives brain-craving undead the Sharknado treatment

Director Anthony C. Ferrante discusses his ongoing collaboration with star Ian Ziering.

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Check out the gory, cringy images the FDA wants to put on cigarettes

The proposed images may be challenged in court, but boy are they striking.

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Feet missing toes, bloody urine, and giant tumors may adorn cigarette ads

The proposed images may be challenged in court, but boy are they striking.

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Apple sues company that sells ‘perfect replicas‘ of iOS without a license

Apple says iOS virtualization company encourages sale of security exploits.

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Apple sues ‘virtual iPhone‘ vendor that helps hackers find iOS bugs

Apple says iOS virtualization company encourages sale of security exploits.

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Audi e-tron wins top crash rating, beating Tesla Model S and Chevy Bolt

No other battery-electric vehicle has earned IIHS‘s highest crash safety rating.

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Despite complaints, Epic stands behind Fortnite‘s ‘anyone can win‘ mechs

Competitive players are still angry at what they see as an overpowered intrusion.

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Judge orders Georgia to switch to paper ballots for 2020 elections

Judge finds several serious flaws with Georgia‘s current election technology.

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Judge bans insecure touchscreen voting machines from Georgia after 2019

Judge finds several serious flaws with Georgia‘s current election technology.

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We‘ve driven VW‘s bright green smile machine, the electric ID Buggy

The craziest thing about the ID Buggy is that VW actually wants to build it.

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How a new antibiotic destroys extremely drug-resistant tuberculosis

The new drug manages to poison even stealth, non-replicating bacteria.

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Invader Zim: Enter The Florpus might be Netflix‘s best nostalgia throwback yet

Original cast, crew return to pick right up where Zim‘s wacky 2002 run ended.

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Invader Zim: Enter The Florpus is a glorious return for 2002‘s weirdest cartoon

Original cast, crew return to pick right up where Zim‘s wacky 2002 run ended.

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Rocket Report: SpaceX nets another boat, Air Force competition heats up

Mischief and Mystery out on the open seas for SpaceX.

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Kaspersky AV injected unique ID that allowed sites to track users, even in incognito mode

Feature Kaspersky added in 2015 also made it possible to be ID‘d across different browsers.

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