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Why America Wants to Send Astronauts to the Moon‘s South Pole

Vice President Mike Pence announced the first lunar destination for American astronauts: the south pole. But a lot of work needs to be done before that‘s feasible.

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Want Apple Card‘s Security Benefits? Just Use Apple Pay

Apple says Apple Card offers "a new level" of security, but nearly all those protections are already available if you use Apple Pay.

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The Best Gear and Apps to Help You Have-or Not Have-a Baby

Even if you don‘t resort to extraordinary measures, getting pregnant the old-fashioned way can be complicated and frustrating. Let tech help out.

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Amazon Has Great Deals on Its Tablets and Echo Speakers Now

Amazon is currently offering Cloud Cams, Fire Tablets, and Echo Speakers at a steep discount.

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Europe‘s New Copyright Law Could Be Bad for Memes

The European Parliament approved a sweeping new copyright directive aimed at big tech platforms like Google and Facebook.

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The War to Remotely Control Self-Driving Cars Heats Up

Designated Driver is just the latest competitor to enter the market for the teleoperation tech that will make robo-cars work.

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Ferrari Built the Track-Slaying P80/C for a Single Customer

The unnamed buyer spent *dio* knows how much on a hypercar that oozes with Ferrari heritage but blazes around corners.

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Long Before Selfies and Memes, People Wanted to Share Pics

*Snap+Share*, a new exhibit at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, explores the evolution of sharing images, from postcards to Ceiling Cat.

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DJs of the Future Don‘t Spin Records-They Write Code

"Live coding" parties are the latest phenomenon in underground electronic music culture.

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The True Dollar Cost of the Anti-Vaccine Movement

Medical responders spend millions of tax dollars handling disease outbreaks that could have been prevented-with vaccines.

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Mastercard Wades Into Murky Waters With Its New Digital ID

The credit card company has more details about its plan for a decentralized, universal digital ID, but questions remain.

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How Zello Became a Lifeline for Venezuelans Under Maduro

A dedicated community of Zello moderators is using the voice-chat app to help bring news and coordinate aid amid the country‘s political and economic crisis.

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Robot ‘Natural Selection‘ Recombines Into Something Totally New

If we let robots design themselves in simulations, they can come up with totally novel forms and materials-and some can reproduce to form lightly mutated offspring.

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At-home ultrasound, fertility and pregnancy monitoring, lactation aids, and more-the best gear and apps for making and tracking a baby.

Even if you don‘t resort to extraordinary measures, getting pregnant the old-fashioned way can be complicated and frustrating. Let tech help out.

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It‘s Either the Best Time or the Worst Time to Have a Baby

Here‘s everything you want or need to know about reproduction-from the best fertility apps to secret Facebook groups for egg donors.

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The Real Choice You Make When You Subscribe to Apple Services

The company‘s services push is also carefully designed to lock more customers into the Apple ecosystem.

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Inside an Effort to Use Data-Crunching to Reduce Preterm Births

One in 10 US babies is born prematurely, higher than in other developed countries, and the rate is increasing. For black women, it is even higher.

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McDonald‘s Acquires Machine-Learning Startup Dynamic Yield for 300 Million

The fast-food giant‘s largest acquisition in 20 years is bringing machine learning to the drive-thru.

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Breaking Down Apple News+, Apple TV+, Apple Card and More

Catch up on the most important news today in 2 minutes or less.

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Apple Enters the Credit Card Market With-Yep-Apple Card

Apple Card lives both in the existing Wallet app and as a status-signaling physical titanium card.

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All the New Services Apple Announced: News+, TV+, Apple Card, Apple Arcade

Apple held a media event at its Cupertino, California campus on Monday morning. It showed off a host of new content services and launched its own credit card.

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How to Check Your Computer for Hacked Asus Software Update

Hackers compromised Asus‘s Live Update tool to distribute malware to almost a million people. Here‘s how to find out if your computer has it.

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Apple TV+ Is Here-but the Streaming Service Has a Long Way to Go

The streaming service has big names, and deep pockets, but must-watch programming? Dunno.

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Machines Shouldn‘t Have to Spy On Us to Learn

We need a breakthrough that allows us to reap the benefits of AI without savaging data privacy.

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