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What Happens When You Soak a Negative In Gasoline and Set It on Fire

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You might be surprised to learn that the photographs in Peter Hoffman's "Fox River Derivatives" series got their ethereal, psychedelic beauty from a fairly violent source.
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Air traffic control failure shows we need a better approach to programming

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The causes of the National Air Traffic Services (NATS) flight control centre system failure in December 2014 that affected 65,000 passengers directly and up to 230,000 indirectly have been revealed in a recently published report.
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"Torus": has one word in a Snowden leak revealed a huge expansion in surveillance?

"Torus": has one word in a Snowden leak revealed a huge expansion in surveillance? | News we like | Scoop.it
In a guest post for WIRED, journalist and researcher Duncan Campbell describes how a one-word clue in a document leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden may have revealed a massive increase in the surveillance capacity of GCHQ and other spying...
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Pebble Time Preview: Why Can't All Smartwatches Be This Simple?

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Before the Apple Watch , there was the Pebble—the smartwatch that raised an incredible $10.3 million on Kickstarter. The smartwatch that managed to outsmart Google’s Android Wear. The Best Smartwatch according to critics everywhere.
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Mummy Mavens Unwrap Preservation Methods

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In 1994 researchers made a mummy. Now scientists have reverse engineered the process to figure out how it's done, with the mummy makers still around to tell them how they did. Cynthia Graber...
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Why Are You Still Washing Your Clothes In Warm Water?

Why Are You Still Washing Your Clothes In Warm Water? | News we like | Scoop.it
More than 60% of Americans still wash their laundry in warm water. It’s a practice that’s as costly as it is environmentally unfriendly. What’s more, it doesn’t make our clothes appreciably cleaner.
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A Simple Text Can Crash Messages on any iPhone It's Sent to

A Simple Text Can Crash Messages on any iPhone It's Sent to | News we like | Scoop.it
A newly discovered bug seems to cause Messages on iOS to crash when a specific string of text is received—and if it happens while the phone is locked, it also seems to reboot the iPhone too.
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It's Google Brillo, the New Operating System for Your Home

It's Google Brillo, the New Operating System for Your Home | News we like | Scoop.it
This week at Google I/O, we’re likely to learn more about Brillo, Google’s oddly-named new operating system for low-powered devices that are perfect for a smart home or internet of things setup.
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Sunday Puzzle Hiatus: Try Some Lateral Thinking Puzzles On For Size

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We’re on the road this week, sans computer. In place of the Sunday Puzzle column, I thought I’d turn you on to Futility Closet, and some lateral thinking puzzles recently featured on its podcast.
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YotaPhone 2 launches in China today

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The dual-screened handset is priced at a rather hefty CNY 4,888, a good deal more than you pay in the West.
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Can You Figure Out How To Survive This Week's Puzzle?

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This week’s puzzle puts you at the mercy of an unjust torturer. Explaining why he is unjust can help you make sense of a daunting mathematical proof that last year made headlines for being “bigger than Wikipedia.”
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Germany silent on report that leak has made US review spying cooperation

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Bild reported intelligence director James Clapper had ordered reviewSecret documents allegedly leaked to media from parliamentary committee Related: Angela Merkel under pressure to reveal all about US spying agreement The German government...
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Google Brillo: another OS made by Android (for IoT)

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Google is tipped to be developing another new operating system, this time for the Internet of Things. This new operating system is code-named "Brillo" and will
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Munchery raises $85 million in bid to make healthy meals accessible to all

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If meal preparation and delivery service Munchery gets its way, it will be the new default dinner option for Americans alongside home cooking and takeout.
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Lenovo's 'Smart Cast' phone projects a keyboard onto your desk

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    Typing on smartphones has never been tremendously easy, but Lenovo thinks it has a solution to the physical limitations of a 5-point-something inch device: projectors. 
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Android Auto Preview: It's Not Perfect, But You Want It

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I was really excited when Google announced Android Auto last year . I spend a lot of time driving, and it sounded way safer and more convenient than sticking my phone to the dash. Eleven months later, I finally got to take it for a spin.
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New human ancestor species from Ethiopia lived alongside Lucy's species

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A new relative joins "Lucy" on the human family tree. An international team of scientists, led by Dr. Yohannes Haile-Selassie of The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, has discovered a 3.3 to 3.5 million-year-old new human ancestor species.
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Turn on Tracking Protection in Firefox to Make Pages Load 44% Faster

Turn on Tracking Protection in Firefox to Make Pages Load 44% Faster | News we like | Scoop.it
Even if you don’t care about the privacy implications of tracking cookies and other technologies sites use to identify us online, you might want to turn on Tracking Protection in Firefox anyway for a potential big speed boost.
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A solar eclipse sheds light on physics

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On 29 May 1919, a shadow dance took place over the Caribbean which was to make history: While the new moon covered the blazingly bright disk of the Sun, astronomers around Arthur Stanley Eddington measured the shift of stars which showed up in the...
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Innovative technology to recover performance of CMOS devices damaged by hot carrier injection

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Tokyo Tech researchers demonstrate for the first time that application of pulsed reverse-voltages produce recovery of the performance of CMOS transistors damaged by the generation of electron-traps in the gate oxide due to hot carrier injection...
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Amazon finally starts paying proper taxes in European countries

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For many years, Amazon has sent a huge percentage of its European revenues over to Luxembourg. The tiny country levies a much smaller rate of tax than mo
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Some Blind People Trained Themselves to Use Echolocation 

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Echolocation isn’t just for bats and dolphins—people can do it, too. Some blind people have learned to use echolocation to tell the size, density, and texture of objects around them, and researchers believe anyone can learn how.
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This Berlin startup wants to replace all your door keys

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Berlin-based Kiwi wants to bring keyless entry systems to millions of apartment blocks and do away with keys for goodBy: James Temperton, Continue reading...
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You Can Take this Little Wind and Solar Powered Home Anywhere

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If life in a future megacity isn’t for you, your hour of escape is fast approaching. Especially if you don’t mind living alone in a 14 x 7 x 7-foot pod. Well, what if I told you the view was fantastic?
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Google to launch Brillo, another Android OS for the Internet of Things

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Nothing is certain until the search giant makes an official announcement but Google is believed to be launching a new operating system under the Android brand.
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Microsoft faces claims it threatened MPs with job cuts in constituencies

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Conservative party strategy chief Steve Hilton attacks lobbying industry with allegation that company aggressively targeted MPs over IT reform Microsoft executives telephoned Conservative MPs threatening to shut down a facility in their local area...
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