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This robot can grow and it may help perform surgery one day - SlashGear

Researchers have developed a proof-of-concept robot that is able to grow, a functionality that may have big implications for the medical field in coming years,
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From Waste to Innovation: 22-Year-Old Computer Engineer Converts Soda Can Into Mini-Satellite

From Waste to Innovation: 22-Year-Old Computer Engineer Converts Soda Can Into Mini-Satellite | News we like | Scoop.it
Suraj Kumar uses cans to make mini satellites. The components of the device are picked from open source database hardware and housed within the can.
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Android O Developer Preview 4 is rolling out, final release coming soon

Android O Developer Preview 4 is rolling out, final release coming soon | News we like | Scoop.it
We're getting very, very close to the release of Android O. Google has put out three developer previews for Android O, and today is the fourth and final de... by Ryan Whitwam in Android O, Google, News
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Microsoft swats Russia's Fancy Bear with ingenious legal takedown - SlashGear

It's time for Putin's hackers to be on the receiving end of the beatdown stick of digital attacks this week. The folks behind the attack come from Microsoft,
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Researchers know about some deadly storms early with system

Researchers know about some deadly storms early with system | News we like | Scoop.it
Researchers running highly detailed simulations using satellite images, radar and ground-based weather stations were able to predict a specific violent storm 90 minutes before it hit a western Oklahoma town and killed a ma
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Trump reportedly exploring ways to hamper Russia probe, pardon himself

Trump reportedly exploring ways to hamper Russia probe, pardon himself | News we like | Scoop.it
The US President and his legal team are exploring ways to hamper the investigation into alleged collusion with Russia during the 2016 US election and, in a worst-case scenario, nullify the repercussions, according to reports.
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Salvador Dali's embalmed corpse exhumed to solve tarot card reader's paternity dispute

Salvador Dali's embalmed corpse exhumed to solve tarot card reader's paternity dispute | News we like | Scoop.it
A Spanish woman could stake her claim to part of the artist's fortune if DNA proves she was born after her mother's claimed affair with the painter.
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Scientologists send M-rated anti-psychiatry DVD to primary schools

Scientologists send M-rated anti-psychiatry DVD to primary schools | News we like | Scoop.it
The Victorian Government advises principals to ignore materials sent from the Church of Scientology, after primary schools received a DVD and pamphlets warning of the dangers of psychiatrists and antidepressants.
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Puzzles that teach the fundamentals of crypto's essential, elusive zero-knowledge proofs

Puzzles that teach the fundamentals of crypto's essential, elusive zero-knowledge proofs | News we like | Scoop.it
Zero-knowledge proofs are one of the most important concepts in cryptography: they’re a way to “validate a computation on private data by allowing a prover to generate a cryptographic p…
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Boaty's revenge: Public names new Swedish express Trainy McTrainface

Boaty's revenge: Public names new Swedish express Trainy McTrainface | News we like | Scoop.it
An express train running between two major Swedish cities will be called Trainy McTrainface after the offbeat moniker won a public vote, in what the rail company behind the competition is calling revenge for Boaty McBoatface.
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Imperial academic discusses his work on algae fuel factories

Dr Antonio Del Rio Chanona from the Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London is working on a new, rapid and cost effective way of creating biofuels. If successful his work may help sectors like the transport industry to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels.
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Local councils join forces to fight climate change

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A group of local government councils are joining forces in an ambitious effort to tackle climate change, inspired by a new report from the Climate Council showing cities, urban centres and rural townships have the potential to slash energy emissions by a staggering 70 per cent.
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Android O release imminent with today's final Preview - SlashGear

Seemingly like clockwork, Google has launched Android O Developer Preview 4. This, of course, means that we're closing in on the official release of Android O,
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'Mystery' signal from space is solved. It's not aliens

'Mystery' signal from space is solved. It's not aliens | News we like | Scoop.it
Astronomers have finally solved the mystery of peculiar signals coming from a nearby star, a story that sparked intense public speculation this week that perhaps, finally, alien life had been found.
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Alphabet profit hit by EU fine on Google

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Google parent Alphabet on Monday reported a quarterly profit of $3.5 billion, in a sharp decline from a year ago, with a massive fine by the European Commission biting into earnings.
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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to remove several OS features - SlashGear

The Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 will be released in the coming weeks, and Microsoft promises it will include new features not only for creatives, but
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Remix OS discontinued: here are some alternatives - SlashGear

Another "Android desktop" dream bites the dust and this time with some repercussions rippling throughout the Android community. Although far from being the only
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J.K Rowling will release two new "Harry Potter" books this year - SlashGear

This year is going to be a big one for author J.K. Rowling - not only because she's bringing an epic 20th Anniversary Harry potter exhibit to the world. This
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Robot finds possible melted fuel inside Fukushima reactor

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Lava-like rocks believed to be melted nuclear fuel have been spotted inside Japan's stricken Fukushima reactor by an underwater robot, the plant's operator said at the end of a three-day inspection.
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Elon Musk plans Adelaide return to detail revised Mars mission

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Billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk flags potential return visit to Adelaide as his company SpaceX prepares to unveil a revised plan for an unmanned mission to Mars.
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Great Filter theory could explain why ET's not answering

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As humans continue to search for life in space, some experts speculate the so-called Great Filter theory lies behind why nobody is replying to our call.
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Forget Sharks: 7 Things in the Water Swimmers Should Actually Fear

Forget Sharks: 7 Things in the Water Swimmers Should Actually Fear | News we like | Scoop.it
Shark attacks are rare, but watch out for these nasty parasites
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Bluetooth Mesh Networking will usher in huge connected environments

Bluetooth Mesh Networking will usher in huge connected environments | News we like | Scoop.it
The Bluetooth SIG has unveiled its new mesh networking capabilities, enabling many-to-many device communication across Bluetooth LE 4.x and 5.0 devices.
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Motorcyclist provides clear evidence of undeniable supremacy

Maximum Lean Angle//s.imgur.com/min/embed.js I can’t even touch my toes.
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Cats in Kimonos Are Now A Thing In Japan, And We Frankly Don't Know What To Think

Cats in Kimonos Are Now A Thing In Japan, And We Frankly Don't Know What To Think | News we like | Scoop.it
Japan has done it again and they have totally nailed their kawaii game by dressing our favorite furry pals with their traditional garment. Apparently, dressing cats in Kimonos are a thing now in Japan and they have transformed these fluffy creatures from adorable to utterly adorable. Bringing the kimono version of Hello Kitty into real …
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