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California approves cap-and-trade scheme until 2030

State will tighten restrictions on carbon by 40 percent over the next 13 years.

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Congressman asks scientists if they‘ve found ancient civilizations on Mars

‘Would you rule that out? See, there‘s some people... Well, anyway.‘

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FCC refuses to release text of more than 40,000 net neutrality complaints

Ajit Pai says there‘s no net neutrality problem-but keeps complaints under wraps.

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Netflix surges to record high as company adds non-US subscribers

There are now more people streaming Netflix outside the US than domestically.

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Pressure mounting for US government to examine Amazon-Whole Foods accord

On campaign trail, Donald Trump said Amazon had ‘a huge antitrust problem.‘

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Bosch took us for a ride in its level 3 autonomous car

The company is developing components and complete self-driving systems for OEMs.

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Mass Effect veteran Casey Hudson returns to BioWare as GM

Shake-up comes during a time of transition for the Anthem developer.

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Crash Bandicoot remaster cut corners on the freaking jump button

Frank admission from developer seems to imply that it won‘t be fixed.

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Comcast accuses net neutrality advocates of not ‘living in the real world‘

Anyone who denies harm from Title II rules is denying reality, Comcast says.

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Security experts from Google, Facebook, Crowdstrike want to save US elections

"Defending Digital Democracy" will "generate innovative ideas" to safeguard democracy.

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Disdainful of H-1Bs, Trump expands a different foreign worker visa

Hire American? Businesses can use H-2B visas if they claim "irreparable harm."

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Campaign managers for Clinton, Romney team up to fight foreign hackers

"Defending Digital Democracy" will "generate innovative ideas" to safeguard democracy.

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Disdainful of H-1B‘s, Trump expands a different foreign worker visa

Hire American? Businesses can use H-2B visas if they claim "irreparable harm."

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Distributed energy sources can reduce cost of electricity up to 50%, study says

Traditional grids will have to change. Modeling can help find the best way forward.

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After Saudi airline imposes new security measures, laptop ban set to end

Travelers in Jeddah are cleared to bring laptops, Riyadh is expected this week.

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The science of Spectral: Is that really how BoseEinstein condensate behaves?

An actual BoseEinstein condensate scientist reviews Spectral‘s science. Plus a response from the film‘s director, Nic Mathieu.

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The Nokia 8 design leaks, expected to launch July 31st

Huge bezels puts HMD‘s design behind the times, but hopefully the price makes up for it.

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Splatoon 2 redeems the most clever online shooter series in years

We have a lot to say about Nintendo finally getting an online game (mostly) right.

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It‘s always windy somewhere: Balancing renewable energy in Europe

Putting wind in the Balkans and Scandinavia would get Europe consistent power.

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Splatoon 2 review: Greatness hides behind a familiar coat of paint

We have a lot to say about Nintendo finally getting an online game (mostly) right.

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HMD‘s first flagship Nokia phone, the Nokia 8, gets pictured

Huge bezels puts HMD‘s design behind the times, but hopefully the price makes up for it.

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Camaro goes nuclear: Chevrolet escalates the muscle car war

Racing-derived dampers, a fist full of aero and a Superman V8.

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Security guard robot ends it all by throwing itself into a watery grave

Knightscope K5 security bot shows your job is probably safe from automation. For now.

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The uncertain future of genetic testing

"Every time our cells divide and copy their DNA, mutations can arise."

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