Google gives up on Google Allo, hopes carriers will sort out RCS messaging

After the failure of Allo, Google cedes control of Android messaging to the carriers.

22 minutes ago from Arstechnica

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Going, going, gone. Soon the largest creature on Earth will be a cow

Modelling finds that in a human world, big animals run the greatest risk of extinction. Andrew Masterson reports.

20 hours ago from Cosmos Magazine

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Apple reveals new robot to destroy iPhones as part of Earth Day

'Daisy' is part of a mission to use only recycled components in the iPhone

21 hours ago from The Independent

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Holey cow! Evidence of Stone Age veterinary 'surgery'

A hole in the skull of a Stone Age cow was likely made by humans about 5,000 years ago, probably by a primitive veterinarian or trainee surgeon, scientists said Thursday.

20 hours ago from Phys.org

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Facebook stop most users who could benefit from new data regulations from getting them, site confirms

The site says the decision will not matter to users since they will be protected anyway

Thu 19 Apr 18 from The Independent

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Ants turn into suicide bombers

High up in rainforests live insects that turn to self-sacrifice to protect their colony. Andrew Masterson reports.

24 hours ago from Cosmos Magazine

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YouTube continues to run ads from major brands on extremist channels

YouTube is in trouble after an investigation by CNN found the streaming site is once again showing ads from major companies and organizations on channels featuring extremist content.

22 minutes ago from Techspot

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German court rules that ad blockers are legal

Germany's Supreme Court on Thursday threw out a case brought by media giant Axel Springer seeking to ban a popular application that blocks online advertising, in a landmark ruling that deals ...

20 hours ago from Phys.org

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Fruit Flies Sure Enjoy Ejaculating

Throughout history we’ve blushed and called it la petite mort, the sting of pleasure, the balsamic injection, the flood of bliss—the list continues. But let’s cut to the chase: I’m talking about ...

16 hours ago from Discover Magazine

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