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  • Dark matter makes up 80% of the Universe—but where is it all?

    27 July 2014, 9:00 pm by: Matthew Francis

    We know dark matter exists, but new research aims to pinpoint its exact location.
  • Report: FISC judges own stock in telecoms they let NSA access

    27 July 2014, 7:35 pm by: Nathan Mattise

    Disclosures given to Vice show two judges with Verizon shares, but the ethics are gray.
  • Love Child review: The human cost of Internet addiction in Korea

    27 July 2014, 6:00 pm by: Sam Machkovech

    HBO's latest documentary reveals the dark side of Korea's tech and Internet boom.
  • Bunch O Balloons will revolutionize water fights

    27 July 2014, 5:00 pm by: WIRED UK

    The product fills multiple balloons with water simultaneously.
  • Curse of Naxxramas is an uninspiring Hearthstone expansion

    27 July 2014, 3:30 pm by: Kyle Orland

    New cards are nice, but AI opponents are overpowered and not so smart.
  • Cold-blooded animals keep their protein-making machinery running smoothly

    27 July 2014, 2:00 pm by: The Conversation

    Cold weather slows down chemical reactions, but flies can compensate.
  • How sci-fi series Extant built a realistic future

    27 July 2014, 1:00 pm by: WIRED UK

    On the show, Halle Berry plays a woman married to a roboticist with a robot son.
  • All systems "go" as control restored to beleagured sex gecko satellite

    27 July 2014, 12:00 pm by: Lee Hutchinson

    Resilient Russian reptiles ready to resume reproductive research.
  • Bose accuses Beats of using patented noise-cancelling tech

    26 July 2014, 6:05 pm by: Tiffany Kelly

    The high-end audio equipment maker is going after Apple's latest pending acquisition.
  • How to implement a self-destruct feature into free trial software?

    26 July 2014, 2:00 pm by: Stack Exchange

    A 14-day free trial is a nice idea but it has some practical problems.
  • Researchers: Forget old experiments, let’s reinvent the wheel

    26 July 2014, 12:15 pm by: Chris Lee

    A proposed experiment unintentionally tests conservation of energy.
  • Gallery: Chrome Beta for Android gets a Material Design makeover

    26 July 2014, 11:01 am by: Ron Amadeo

    We take a look at one of the first apps to get the new Android L look.
  • Massive impacts show asteroid has deep crust

    26 July 2014, 10:07 am by: Ars Staff

    Crater that fills a face of the asteroid isn't deep enough to reach the mantle.
  • Turn your selfies into vanity artwork—made from Lego!

    26 July 2014, 8:58 am by: WIRED UK

    Brick-a-Pic automates the brick portrait process.
  • British reality show rigs teens’ iPhones to record all their activity

    25 July 2014, 4:17 pm by: Casey Johnston

    If phones are monitored 13 hours a day, TV might actually have use for them.
  • After moving money around, Google paid tiny amount in European taxes

    25 July 2014, 3:15 pm by: Cyrus Farivar

    President Obama: "You're just gaming the system. You are an American company."
  • Tracking and combatting our current mass extinction

    25 July 2014, 2:55 pm by: John Timmer

    We're trying to save bird and mammal species, but we may need to replace them.
  • Congress finally passes cell phone unlocking bill

    25 July 2014, 2:30 pm by: Joe Mullin

    House gives in, passes the Senate version that unlocking activists preferred.
  • Infringement to go: Pirate Bay goes mobile

    25 July 2014, 2:13 pm by: Joe Mullin

    TPB admins brag of more features to come, like personal RSS feeds.
  • Verizon Wireless to slow down users with unlimited 4G LTE plans

    25 July 2014, 2:00 pm by: Jon Brodkin

    Throttling eases congestion—but data caps apply even when there's no congestion.
  • SpaceX wins intermediate victory over US in launch contract case

    25 July 2014, 1:48 pm by: Cyrus Farivar

    Air Force has exclusive deal with defense contractors to launch spy satellites.
  • How to defeat facial-recognition machines and look like a rock star

    25 July 2014, 1:36 pm by: David Kravets

    You might be invisible to computers, but you're "glaringly obvious to other humans."
  • Google X’s “Baseline Study” applies big data techniques to healthcare

    25 July 2014, 1:00 pm by: Ron Amadeo

    Google's newest moonshot hopes to turn healthcare from reactive to proactive.
  • Cable companies: We’re afraid Netflix will demand payment from ISPs

    25 July 2014, 12:30 pm by: Jon Brodkin

    Industry tries to turn net neutrality debate on its head.
  • Doom co-creator John Romero skeptical of virtual reality “fad”

    25 July 2014, 12:13 pm by: Kyle Orland

    Unlike Carmack, Romero sees tech as isolating, constraining, and inefficient.
  • Russia publicly joins war on Tor privacy with $111,000 bounty

    25 July 2014, 11:51 am by: Sean Gallagher

    Interior Ministry wants way to crack down on anonymous bloggers, other criminals.
  • US Navy looks to Norway for answer to under-armed Littoral Combat Ship

    25 July 2014, 10:51 am by: Sean Gallagher

    USS Coronado will test launch Kongsberg Naval Strike Missile this fall.
  • Photos of the Moto X+1 leak, show wooden back

    25 July 2014, 10:18 am by: Ron Amadeo

    Leaker claims the device has a 5.1-inch screen and aluminum band.
  • Outlook grim for orbiting Russian zero-G sex geckos

    24 July 2014, 8:51 pm by: Lee Hutchinson

    Contact lost with satellite containing five suddenly unlucky lizards.
  • Chubby Checker, HP settle penis size app trademark suit

    24 July 2014, 7:45 pm by: Peter Bright

    October trial avoided as parties come to an agreement.

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