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Should you wear white or black during the summer? Or that other burning fashion question: Is it OK to wear white after Labor Day? Oh wait, that question really isn't important. Let's get back to the summer question. There are two answers to the black vs. white clothing question. 1. Wear...
Early adopting is a crime. Image: Peterfactors / getty By Jack Morse2019-07-08 20:23:52 UTC Think twice before buying your next smartphone.  A Motorola Solutions patent application published on July 4 lays out a method for tracking and identifying customers who frequently change their mobile devices. Why? Well, that would be because individuals...
HQ Trivia’s troubles continue after a failed mutiny to oust the CEO, a 92% decline in downloads since versus a year ago, and layoffs of 20% of its staff last week. Now TechCrunch has learned HQ has failed to install a new CEO after months of searching. Meanwhile, users...
A deadly tick can make you allergic to bacon and carries a mystery virus, cities are turning to Waze for help with car accidents, and you might be paying too much for your Playstation 4. Here's the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Want to receive...
Diseases caused by pollution killed more than 9 million people in 2015, 16 percent of all deaths worldwide. That’s three times more deaths than from AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis combined, and 15 times more than from wars and other violence. If those figures surprise you, it might be because...
Image: Chesnot/Getty Images By Adam Rosenberg2019-07-07 21:32:21 UTC Apple announced scads of features for iOS 13, iPadOS, and their made-for-computers big sibling macOS Catalina back in June, but it looks like there's at least one more coming. Apple is testing out new sign-in options for iCloud with its as-yet-unreleased operating systems, with...
Some of the world’s most fascinating names and leaders in tech startup and investing come to our Disrupt Main Stage to discuss big-picture topics. And that tradition continues at Disrupt Berlin 2019 on 11-12 December. But what happens when you want to dig into a specific technology or emerging trend? You...
The heat wave that scorched Europe last week felt like a red alert of climate change. Death Valley was cooler than southern France, where temperatures reached a record-breaking 114.6 degrees Fahrenheit. But as the heat broke and returned to the relatively temperate 80s, another forewarning emerged. Civilizations need to adapt...
Jupiter's moon Europa is like the Brigadoon of the solar system: an idyllic moon with an ice-covered ocean that may hide some form of life, even though plans to send a spacecraft there keep receding farther and farther away into the Jovian mists. But that hasn't killed the dream...
Image: Valentin Wolf/imageBROKER/Shutterstock By Adam Rosenberg2019-07-06 21:21:00 UTC We can see which tabs are playing audio and we can mute the tab (or the entire site). But soon, it's looking like Chrome users will get yet another measure of control over their browser's audiovisual experience. A new Global Media Controls (GMC) feature...

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A study by science experts shows that only 10 percent of the species that live on this planet have been discovered and 90 percent...