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* NextVR brings virtual reality broadcasts to the Oculus Rift >>
* New Custom Linux Distro is Systemd-Free, Debian-Based, and Optimized for Windows 10 >>
* This New Space Tech Could Someday Replace A/C >>

* Reverse-Engineering Technologists’ Brains; 6 Reasons To Not Trust Technologists So Easily >>
* Why You’re Probably Getting a Microchip Implant Someday >>
* The Inertia Mountain >>

* Comcast outbids Fox in $40B battle for Sky >>
* How Would Teleportation Change Society? >>
* Roadways lined with solar panels may not be as promising as hoped, first studies show >>

* Vodafone makes the UK’s first live holographic call using 5G >>
* First Method for Controlling Nanomotors >>
* Artificial Intelligence Has a Strange New Muse: Our Sense of Smell >>

* SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell: ‘We Would Launch A Weapon to Defend the US’ >>
* Tiny Device Is a ‘Huge Advance’ for Treatment of Severe Heart Failure >>
* $34K to repair a car? High-tech features mean higher repair bills >>

* Tour: Amazon store with no cashiers >>
* Mammoths could roam ‘Ice Age Park’ by 2028 >>
* Researchers listen to their guts and go for glory >>

* Scientists discover how to ‘upload knowledge to your brain’ >>
* Criminals could have reduced sentences if they agree to electrical brain stimulation that MAKES them feel guilty, neuroscientists >>
* This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web >>

* Google Drive ‘Priority’ AI monitors your team to surface the right files >>
* NASA targets next-gen nuclear reactors for spacecraft, space colonies >>
* Scientists used Zika to kill aggressive brain cancer cells in mice >>

* How astronauts can get a taste of steak in space >>
* VCs say Silicon Valley isn’t the gold mine it used to be >>
* A Japanese spacecraft just threw two small rovers at an asteroid >>

* Japanese Cargo Ship Launching Toward Space Station Today: Watch Live >>
* Rover Team Confident Curiosity Will Bounce Back from Glitch >>
* Parts of the SpaceX BFR have been completed >>

* Japan places two rovers on an asteroid >>
* More pictures of the new SpaceX BFR and BFS design >>
* Detection of matter falling into blackhole at 30% of lightspeed >>

* Battery made directly from power plant captured carbon dioxide >>
* Glimpse: On the Promise of a Future with Artificial Wombs, and Why It’s Being Stopped by the Present >>
* Glimpse: How Electronic Tattoos Will Change The World — And Ourselves >>

* The reclusive inventor of the Rubik’s Cube wants to do more than amuse you >>
* Space Junk Successfully Captured In Orbit For the First Time (with Video) >>
* Epson’s latest LCD projector does 4K for $2,000 >>

* The Impact of Microservice Architecture on Load Testing >>
* Cloud-Based Microservices Discovery >>
* How AI Takes Cybersecurity to the Next Level >>
* Understanding NumPy >>

* Just Don’t call it Privacy >>
* Major study: Drug overdoses over a 38-year period reveal hidden trends >>
* Singapore is the crypto sandbox that Asia needs >>

* Google is trying, and failing, to cover its creepy Chinese search engine tracks >>
* This Smart Telescope Finds the Heavenly Bodies for You >>
* Learn how to become a VR game designer with these discounted online courses >>

* These Robots Run, Dance and Flip. But Are They a Business? >>
* Amazon Is Making It Easier To Set Up New IoT Gadgets >>
* How schizophrenia is linked to common personality type >>

* Japan Has Enough Nuclear Material to Build an Arsenal. Its Plan: Recycle. >>
* Should The US Government Break Up Google, Twitter, and Facebook? >>

* Wind Power costs at 2 cents per kilowatt hour >>
* HP 3D metal printers are 50X more productive for final parts >>
* Beau Willimon shows us the path to Mars in ‘The First’ >>

* MIT Develops New Type of Battery That Gobbles Up Carbon Dioxide >>
* Thieves Who Stole GPS Tracking Devices Were Caught Within Hours >>
* 10 years ago we met the world’s first Android phone, and it didn’t have a headphone jack >>

* Learn Basic Pet First Aid With This Red Cross App >>
* MIT’s Elegant Schoolbus Algorithm Was No Match For Angry Parents >>
* Period tracking apps taught me more about my flow than sex ed >>

* China’s tech giants have conquered the East, now for the West >>
* In Defense of Amazon’s Alexa Microwave >>

* Why Kodi Addons & Pirate Apps Are Disappearing…Quietly >>
* ETTV Feeds EZTV ‘Fake’ Torrents… ‘Stop Taking Our Releases!’ >>

* Can a virtual reality game help astronauts cope with the journey to Mars? >>
* Self-flying glider ‘learns’ to soar like a bird >>

* How to Grow Crops on Mars If We Are to Live on the Red Planet >>
* Using Mathematica for Group Statistics >>
* AI and the Online Job Market >>

* Tips on Jenkins — a Decade Later — for Continuous Delivery >>
* Lockly’s smart locks promise better security through algorithms >>
* New trailers: Captain Marvel, If Beale Street Could Talk, and more >>

* Embrace being a programmable biorobot, hack your own cravings. >>
* The Art of “Reinventing Yourself” in an Automated World! >>
* The Future Will Be Synthesized >>

* Could Python’s Popularity Outperform JavaScript in the Next Five Years? >>

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