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Poison arrows inspire new male contraceptive, scientists report

Derivatives of heart-stopping poison may one day sink little swimmers.

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Here‘s how to make sure Hawaii‘s missile warning fiasco isn‘t repeated

Hawaii Emergency Management Agency made changes, but a system redesign may be necessary.

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For new form of male birth control, scientists turn to poison arrows

Derivatives of heart-stopping poison may one day sink little swimmers.

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Tesla‘s Model X: A lovely roadtripper with stiff daily driving competition

This Autopilot-heavy roadtrip features great power, lingering concerns, and a steep price.

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Realizing you can‘t have enough JK Simmons, new sci-fi spy series doubles him

New Starz show Counterpart mashes genres in a more satisfying way than Netflix‘s Bright.

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An MMO goes full circle, promises to bring subscriptions back this year

Rift went F2P in 2013. Rift Prime will undo that change-and on a separate server, to boot.

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Free-to-play MMO will test a paid branch, minus MTX and loot boxes, in 2018

Rift went F2P in 2013. Rift Prime will undo that change-and on a separate server, to boot.

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Twitter begins emailing the 677,775 Americans who took Russian election bait [Updated]

Also raises official count of Russia-linked accounts, talks detection tools.

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A randomly generated, totally novel enzyme rescues mutant bacteria

Bacteria that lack an essential gene replace it with a random string of amino acids.

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A flaming superhero car and dieting trucks at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show

It wasn‘t the most exciting North American International Auto Show on record.

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First Martians board game makes a powerful case for staying on Earth

Highly anticipated but sadly lacking.

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Twitter begins emailing the 677,775 Americans who took Russian election bait

Also raises official count of Russia-linked accounts, talks detection tools.

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OnePlus got pwned, exposed up to 40,000 users to credit card fraud

A malicious script injected into OnePlus‘ payment page went undiscovered for two months.

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Can we zero-in on Earth‘s sensitivity to CO?

Two new studies offer tantalizing progress on an enduring problem.

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Can we zero in on Earth‘s sensitivity to CO?

Two new studies offer tantalizing progress on an enduring problem.

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Amazon has made it more expensive to subscribe to Prime month-to-month

The 99 fee for an annual Prime subscription remains unchanged, however.

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Amazon raises the price of a monthly Prime membership from 11 to 13

The 99 fee for an annual Prime subscription remains unchanged, however.

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Malicious Chrome extension is next to impossible to manually remove

Extensions remain the Achilles heel for an otherwise highly secure browser.

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The global state of science

US and Europe still science superpowers, but China is rising fast.

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Years after predicted ‘death,‘ game consoles are doing better than ever

Switch leads the way, but the entire console market is thriving

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The net neutrality testing app that Apple rejected is available now

App tests video speeds to help researchers gather data for throttling study.

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The Zuma failure has emboldened critics of SpaceX

"Taxpayers are tired of getting ripped off," a professional coalition builder wrote.

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Wind with batteries? Build it quickly and it could cost 21/MWh in Colorado

New generation would add to current capacity and could also replace some coal.

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Colorado could get some of the cheapest wind and solar in the US (with caveats)

New generation would add to current capacity and could also replace some coal.

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