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The search for a habitable second Earth

Contact with extraterrestrial life would be an epochal event. Even the discovery of a simple alien organism would be transformative, giving us unprecedented insight into how life forms on Earth and other planets. Yet, there's exactly zero proof that… Air Turn-Freedom To Perforn


Doomsday seed vault upgrade protects against a warming Arctic

When melting permafrost poured into the entrance of the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, there was an understandable worry. What good is safeguarding the world's crops in the Arctic if even that area isn't immune to the threat of climate change? Well, you… Air Turn-Freedom To Perforn


Google Lens offers a clear view of the company’s future

Google Lens is both a return to form for the search giant, and a tantalizing glimpse into what lies ahead. Google's early claim to fame was its ability to efficiently index the web and fetch search results quickly, bringing some much needed organizat… Air Turn-Freedom To Perforn


Director of National Intelligence warns of IoT security threats

Hackers aren't the only ones bypassing the weak security of the Internet of Things. According to Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats, smart devices could also be used to shut down US intelligence operations in the future. At an open hearin… Air Turn-Freedom To Perforn


This cosplay mask fights pollution too

It's a ubiquitous sight in cities like Beijing: pedestrians walking under a thick blanket of smog with their faces obscured by flimsy cloth face masks. These masks aren't an ideal solution to dealing with the pollution, as they wear out pretty quickl… Air Turn-Freedom To Perforn


SpaceX plans to deliver global satellite internet in 2019

Last November, SpaceX asked the FCC for permission to launch 4,425 satellites to provide high speed internet around the globe. While current satellite internet can be slow and high-latency, the Elon Musk-founded company promises its proposed service… Air Turn-Freedom To Perforn


The federal courts have already given up on net neutrality

The head of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai, has not been quiet about his plans to gut net neutrality, and the US legal system is taking him seriously. A federal court on Monday denied a group of internet service providers the chance… Air Turn-Freedom To Perforn


How to be a human being in the comments: A refresher

So it has been a long time since we last posted comments guidelines and standards. To put it in perspective, the last time we talked comments with y'all, the iPhone 5 hadn't been released, Android fans were using Jelly Bean and Facebook had just gone… Air Turn-Freedom To Perforn


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