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  1. Neanderthal glue was a bigger deal than we thought

    Technology seems to have been a routine part of Neanderthal life.

  2. The Flying V would be unlike any other passenger airliner, even in 2040

    Shown as KLM's 100th birthday present to itself, the design is actually from TU Delft.

  3. Airstream builds Astrovan II for Boeing CST-100 astronaut transport

    When astronauts start flying the CST-100, this is the van they'll ride to the pad.

  4. Blue Origin announces a blue-chip team to return humans to the Moon

    "This is a national team for a national priority."

  5. The Outer Worlds review: Fall deeply into the best Fallout-like game in years

    It's not perfect. It's not for everyone. But it's probably for you.

  6. Final trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker plays up the “Reylo” angle

    The saga will end. The story lives forever.

  7. Hackers steal secret crypto keys for NordVPN. Here’s what we know so far

    Breach happened 19 months ago. Popular VPN service is only disclosing it now.

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  1. Apple releases new version of macOS Catalina Supplemental Update

    What Apple has changed is unclear, but it's available if you didn't grab the first.

  2. Coast to coast in under 33 hours? Apex: The Secret Race Across America

    It's the story of the Cannonball and US Express races and Alex Roy's 2006 run.

  3. Facebook promises to beef up “election integrity” efforts heading into 2020

    2016 is behind us, but foreign interference looks just as likely in 2020.

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  1. Watchmen on HBO trades the Cold War for the culture war, keeps superheroes

    TBD if this turns out more Lost or Leftovers, but Lindelof has another intriguing world.

  2. Verizon’s 5G network can’t cover an entire basketball arena, either

    Verizon 5G can't cover all the seating areas in any NBA or NFL facility.

  3. Google says a fix for Pixel 4 face unlock is “months” away

    Google says to use the "lockdown" feature to stop others from unlocking your phone.

  4. In the Amazon, deforestation is linked to higher malaria rates

    Deforestation boosts malaria, while higher malaria rates mean less deforestation.

  5. Magic: The Gathering pro uses win to show Hong Kong protest support

    Lee receives no sanction, in contrast to Blizzard's Hearthstone crackdowns.

  6. Long stretches of Neanderthal and Denisovan DNA helped Homo sapiens adapt

    Denisovans and Neanderthals passed extra copies of some DNA to modern humans.

  1. Remember Sure-Fi? Lostik is open standards Lora you can play with

    Generic Lora gear is pretty cheap. It's not Sure-Fi, but it's still impressive.

  2. Review: Jojo Rabbit walks a fine line between humor and heart

    Taika Waititi's new film is being billed as satire. It's so much more than that.

  3. Rocket Lab—yep, Rocket Lab—has a plan to deliver satellites to the Moon

    "We'll be bringing previously impossible missions within reach at attainable prices."

  4. Alexa and Google Home abused to eavesdrop and phish passwords

    Amazon- and Google-approved apps turned both voice-controlled devices into "smart spies."

  5. Accessibility, the future, and why Domino’s matters

    Is the Web subject to the ADA? "Of course," says congressman who wrote the ADA.

  6. Neurons hide their memories in their imaginary fluctuations

    Noisy brain hides memory-like structures in the noise.