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This iPhone 6 Feature Will Change Weather Forecasting
You Can Play the Original Doom on a Hacked Canon Printer
More Than 3 Million Told the FCC What They Think About Net Neutrality. Why Hasn't Obama?
Cheetah Robot Is Now Wireless and Gallivanting on MIT’s Campus
Microsoft Is Buying Minecraft for $2.5 Billion, but Its Founder Is Leaving
Techno Sapiens: The Tacocopter EditionA Future Tense podcast about whether machines will solve our problems, or make them worse.
How Do You Say “Crack Down on Google” in German?
Should You Let Machines Edit Your Home Movies?
Cyberspace Looks Pretty Menacing in This Japanese Music Video From 1989
The Earth Is About to Be Bombarded by Two Solar Storms
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Amazon Is Officially a Gadget Company. Here Are All 6 of Its New Devices.
If Fixing Global Warming Is Free, What’s the Holdup?
Netizen Report: Turkey’s Telecom Authority Acquires Absolute Power Over Internet Content
Only Science Fiction Can Save Us!What sci-fi gets wrong about income inequality.
Why We Need a Federal Robotics Commission
Slate Exclusive: Why Greenland’s “Dark Snow” Should Worry You
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Twenty-One Months’ Worth of Rain in Two Days for Baja California
We Need to Pass Legislation on Artificial Intelligence Early and Often
Silicon Valley Has Officially Run Out of Ideas
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