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Meet the Woman Trying to Prepare Your Town for the Total Eclipse

Kate Russo is the world‘s go-to guide for communities planning for the massive influx of eclipse tourists this August 21.

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HP Spectre x2 (2017) Review: The 2-in-1 Laptop to Beat

The HP Spectre x2 costs less than the Surface Pro and beats it on performance, usability, and price

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Guess How Many People Can Actually Watch the Total Eclipse

When a total solar eclipse passes over the US on August 21, nerds will flock to the areas where they can see a total blackout. How many of them can fit?

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Fox‘s Comic-Con Panel and the Case of the Mysteriously Absent X-Men Universe

The studio‘s biggest comic-book properties were suspiciously absent during their Hall H presentation.

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Physicists Try to Revive a Super-Safe, Decades-Old Cancer Treatment

Robert Johnson thinks that a proton-based image, even a blurry one, can guide a cancer treatment known as proton therapy better than a conventional X-ray.

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The 5 Best Apps for Sketching on an iPad Pro: Photoshop Sketch, Procreate, Pixelmator, Concepts, Inspire Pro

We review drawing apps for the iPad Pro and Pencil. Two are free, the rest are between 5 and 8

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A Keen-Eyed Robot Goes to Work for a Paralyzed Veteran

The Human Support Robot makes its way into the real world, giving a paralyzed veteran extra independence.

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‘Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age‘ Review: Giving an Oddity New Room to Breathe

Square Enix‘s new re-release offers a rare chance to revisit a polarizing but brilliant game in fresh light.

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Alphabay and Hansa Takedowns Ensnare Thousands of Dark Web Users

Cops sent unsuspecting users scrambling from one dark web site‘s takedown to another site---that they controlled.

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Tuna Fish School Human Engineers in Hydraulics

Tuna owe their agility to a newfound hydraulic system that allows them to raise and lower some specialized fins.

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Climate Change Is Here. It‘s Time to Talk About Geoengineering

World leaders should plan before they go meddling with the atmosphere.

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It‘s Time for Amazon to Make a Phone Again

Who cares about the Fire Phone flop? If Amazon doesn‘t make another phone, it‘ll squander its hard-won Alexa lead.

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Comic-Con 2017: Black Panther, Joss Whedon and Everything Else We Want to See

Another year, another crop of buzzy projects taking the wraps off for superfans. Here‘s what we‘re geeked on.

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When the Selfie Turns Sacreligious

Even the world‘s most stunning holy places are overrun with selfie-takers. Has Instagram officially made us all solipsists?

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It‘s Time for Amazon to Make a Phone Again. Seriously

Who cares about the Fire Phone flop? If Amazon doesn‘t make another phone, it‘ll squander its hard-won Alexa lead.

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Waiting for the Bus Is About to Get Less Bad

A collaboration between Google and transit tech company TransLoc could bring real-time transportation data to even more agencies.

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A 70 ‘Worry Stone‘ and Other Bizarre Spiritual Products You Can Buy Online

Photographer Klaus Pichler documents the strange world of online esotericism.

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Where Is Hollywood Looking for the Next Hit? Podcasts

With recognizable stars and a creative story, thriller podcast ‘Homecoming‘ proves the medium has crossover potential.

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What‘s Next for the ISS? Hell if NASA Knows

The giant floating laboratory is in the middle of a bit of a mid-life crisis.

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The Wearables Giving Computer Vision to the Blind: Aira, eSight, MyEye

From a hacked Google Glass to a VR-like headset, these are the devices empowering the blind.

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Congress Is Finally Working on National Self-Driving Car Regulations

The House and Senate are crafting legislation to govern autonomous driving at a national level.

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Inside Italy‘s Thriving Gun Culture. Yes, Italy

Gun owners make up about 5% of Italy‘s population. But that doesn‘t mean they aren‘t enthusiastic.

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Trump‘s Election Integrity Committee Made All the Wrong Points

If you want to fix voting, don‘t investigate fraud. Improve the outdated, insecure tech.

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All the Gear You Need to Stay Secure While You Travel

With these accessories in your luggage, you can take your Opsec program everywhere you go.

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