Climate change: Heatwaves 'halve' male insect fertility

A study of beetles could explain global decline in insects - and how heat can damage male fertility.

5 hours ago from BBC News

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Winners and losers from Amazon’s HQ2 decision

Amazon is bringing roughly 50,000 jobs and $5 billion in investments to New York and Northern Virginia. But winning the grand prize also comes with some drawbacks.

3 hours ago from The Washington Post

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Google's Project Fi automatically puts you on a VPN for every connection - CNET

That means extra privacy and security.

1 hours ago from CNET Cutting Edge

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AT&T will begin selling the Razer Phone 2 on November 16 as the device's exclusive US carrier

Razer unveiled the latest addition to its gaming phone line-up in October -- the Razer Phone 2 -- but the company hasn't said much about the device's potential availability. Today, that silence ...

1 hours ago from Techspot

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Primates of the Caribbean: dead monkeys do tell tales

DNA analysis sheds light on ancient primate island-hopping. Dyani Lewis reports.

7 hours ago from Cosmos Magazine

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Mystery surrounding extinct ‘opposite birds’ deepens

A 75-million-year old fossil shows a group of ancient birds could fly as well as their more successful peers, so why did they die out? Samantha Page reports.

7 hours ago from Cosmos Magazine

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Facebook bug allowed other sites to view users' likes and interests

Facebook's privacy woes are a little murkier after it emerged a bug allowed websites to extract certain data from users' profiles, such as their interests and likes, without ...

3 hours ago from Engadget

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Waymo is reportedly planning to launch its autonomous Uber-like ride-hailing service in December

Self-driving cars are one of the primary examples of tech previously thought to be impossible finally becoming a reality. Despite a few roadblocks along the way, autonomous cars are growing ...

18 minutes ago from Techspot

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Facebook will let French regulators study its efforts to fight hate speech

Facebook will open its doors for French regulators to study its approach to combating hate speech online, marking the latest attempt by governments around the world to figure out new ways to ...

Mon 12 Nov 18 from The Washington Post

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The best Stan Lee characters - CNET

He created hundreds of characters in 95 years on this planet. Here are some of our all-time personal favorites.

15 hours ago from CNET

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