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There‘s something strange going on amid the satellite Internet rush

Greg Wyler, the founder of OneWeb, starts a second company to compete with himself.

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Google‘s ARCore hits version 1.0, brings augmented reality to 100 million devices

Flagship smartphones from Google, Samsung, OnePlus, and LG are now compatible.

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How a fight over Star Wars download codes could reshape copyright law

Legal scholar says Redbox‘s win over Disney is an "atomic bomb of a finding."

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Judge slaps down Disney effort to stop resale of Star Wars download codes

Legal scholar says Redbox‘s win over Disney is an "atomic bomb of a finding."

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Pedaling pictures: The art and science of GPS doodling

WallyGPX draws on Baltimore with his mountain bike and GPS tracking data.

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Low-carb vs low-fat? Both led to ~12lb loss after a year, regardless of genes

Study knocks back hopes of using genetics to design weight loss diets.

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Mr. Robot remains the only show delivering cantennas and card readers

Video: Why hasn‘t anything emulated Mr. Robot yet? The staff remains uniquely capable.

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8,000-year-old heads on spikes found in Swedish lake

Stone Age people built an artificial island of rock, bones, and wood.

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8,000-year-old heads on spikes found in a remote Swedish lake

Stone Age people built an artificial island of rock, bones, and wood.

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Elon Musk tweets video of SpaceX‘s first broadband satellites in space

‘Don‘t tell anyone, but the Wi-Fi password is ‘martians,‘‘ Musk says.

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Demolition workers uncover 8,000-year-old ritual skulls in Sweden

Stone Age people built an artificial island of rock, bones, and wood.

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Neanderthals were artists and thought symbolically, new studies argue

Neanderthals created art and knew how to use symbols, new studies say.

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Star Control countersuit aims to invalidate Stardock‘s trademarks [Updated]

Stardock claims Fred Ford and Paul Reiche III didn‘t even create the classic games.

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The script for Star Wars: Episode IX is finished, J.J. Abrams says

The movie is slated to begin shooting this summer.

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Star Wars: Episode IX‘s script is finished and ready to be filmed

The movie is slated to begin shooting this summer.

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Car companies are preparing to sell driver data to the highest bidder

Connected cars are going to monetize data, but most drivers don‘t know that.

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President Trump: ‘We have to do something‘ about violent video games, movies

Parkland student who plays Call of Duty responds: ‘That‘s just a really pathetic excuse.‘

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No one has a clue what‘s happening with their connected car‘s data

Connected cars are going to monetize data, but most drivers don‘t know that.

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Crush the right rock and spread it on farms to help soil and the climate

Researchers run the numbers on what could be a win-win.

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Spreading crushed rock on farms could improve soil and lower CO

Researchers run the numbers on what could be a win-win.

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update reaches 85 percent of PCs

For some reason, 0.5 percent are still using the initial Windows 10 release.

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100-mile-range electric delivery van could beat diesel in lifetime cost

The deal makes UPS one of the leaders in alternative-vehicle adoption.

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Amateur astronomer tries out new camera, catches supernova at its start

His discovery helps us validate models of what‘s going on inside these explosions.

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Star Control countersuit aims to invalidate Stardock‘s trademarks

Stardock claims Fred Ford and Paul Reiche III didn‘t even create the classic games.

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