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  • newWalmart will begin selling an exclusive monthly DC comic anthology in July
    DC will begin releasing an exclusive, monthly anthology comic series in Walmarts across the United States next month. The comics will be more than your typical single-issue comic: these will be 100-page books, featuring a mix of new and reprin…
    - 16 hours ago 23 Jun 18, 7:00pm -
  • newTeardown shows inner workings of the Vivo Nex’s pop-up selfie camera
    Chinese smartphone makers have gone down a clever new path to get rid of the display notch and create a truly edge-to-edge screen: they’re now building pop-up cameras into their phones. We’ve seen both Oppo and Vivo do it in the span of a f…
    - 17 hours ago 23 Jun 18, 6:00pm -
  • newHow Jurassic Park led to the modernization of dinosaur paleontology
    Paleontologist Steve Brusatte loves Jurassic Park. Without it, he jokes, he wouldn’t even have a job. So he’s not going to criticize all the inaccuracies in the Hollywood franchise. But he’s also studied dinosaurs his whole life (real one…
    - 18 hours ago 23 Jun 18, 5:00pm -
  • new7 new trailers you should watch this week
    I know watching movies on plane screens is supposed to be a cinematic sin, but there’s also something great about using a flight to catch movies you might have otherwise skipped over when given a wider library to pick from on land. The tough…
    - 19 hours ago 23 Jun 18, 4:00pm -
  • newWeekend deals on Razer laptops, an LG soundbar, and more
    The best time to buy gadgets during the summer is usually around July 4th or Amazon Prime Day, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a few sales worth checking out in the meantime.Razer is offering special weekend sale on a few of its Razer B…
    - 20 hours ago 23 Jun 18, 3:00pm -

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  • newGoogle adds anti-tampering DRM to Android apps in the Play Store

    Google adds anti-tampering DRM to Android apps in the Play Store

    Google has made a small change to Play Store apps that could prove a significant help to the security of your Android phone. The company is now adding a "small amount" of security metadata to Android APKs to be sure that they were distributed throug…
    - 3 hours ago 24 Jun 18, 8:08am -
  • newCell-sized 'microlasers' could regulate brain activity

    Cell-sized 'microlasers' could regulate brain activity

    Scientists have spent years creating ever-smaller lasers. Berkeley Lab's latest invention, however, is something special -- and could lead to a significant change in medicine. An international team at the school has developed "microlasers" that are s…
    - 8 hours ago 24 Jun 18, 3:11am -
  • new'Snapdragon 1000' chip may be designed for PCs from the ground up

    'Snapdragon 1000' chip may be designed for PCs from the ground up

    Qualcomm's Snapdragon 850 processor may be intended for PCs, but it's still a half step -- it's really a higher-clocked version of the same processor you'd find in your phone. The company may be more adventurous the next time, though. WinFuture say…
    - 10 hours ago 24 Jun 18, 1:24am -
  • newScientists are building a DNA database to fight illegal logging

    Scientists are building a DNA database to fight illegal logging

    DNA evidence could put criminals behind bars, but only if there's something to compare it to. That's why a project that aims to combat illegal logging is now building a DNA database of trees, which could help authorities determine if logs being sold.…
    - 11 hours ago 23 Jun 18, 11:42pm -
  • newWorld's tiniest 'computer' makes a grain of rice seem massive

    World's tiniest 'computer' makes a grain of rice seem massive

    You didn't think scientists would let IBM's "world's smallest computer" boast go unchallenged, did you? Sure enough, University of Michigan has produced a temperature sensing 'computer' measuring 0.04 cubic millimeters, or about a tenth the size of I…
    - 13 hours ago 23 Jun 18, 9:59pm -

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