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On Monday, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention came out with its latest measles numbers and, let’s be honest, they weren’t great. At least 465 cases across 19 states have been reported so far this year, including 78 in the last week alone. Nationwide, that means more...
The FBI is currently investigating a ransomware attack that took the Weather Channel off-air during its live morning broadcast. Image: Sergei KonkovTASS via Getty Images By Matt Binder2019-04-19 20:09:16 UTC The FBI is currently investigating a "malicious software attack" that interrupted the Weather Channel’s non-stop 24-hour-a-day coverage. The Weather Channel suddenly went dark...
Facebook's big bans were a bit bumpy. Image: tom Williams / CQ Roll Call By Karissa Bell2019-05-02 22:04:46 UTC Facebook finally did it. After months and months of criticism, the social network finally decided to enforce its own rules and ban several far-right provocateurs and other public figures it considers "dangerous." The move...
May the Fourth Be With You. That's Star Wars Day, May 4. Now for some Star Wars physics—because that's what I do. Yes, I have a bunch of Star Wars physics (here is a list). But since this is a special day, I needed a special analysis. How about...
If you pay attention, you can see some pretty cool stuff that you might otherwise miss. Have you really looked at a soap bubble? Notice how you can see a bunch of different colors? What about that tiny drop of gasoline in a puddle at the gas station—see the...
Apple is known for fluid, intuitive user interfaces, but none of that matters if you can’t click, tap, or drag because you don’t have a finger to do so with. For users with disabilities the company is doubling down on voice-based accessibility with the powerful new Voice Control feature...
While mirrorless cameras accelerate into the future, medium format models are hearkening unto the past — and Hasselblad is chief among them. Its new digital back fits lenses going back to the ’50s, and the tiny 907X camera body is about as lovely a throwback as one can imagine. The...
(Credit: Alexander Raths/Shutterstock) An apple a day may not keep the doctor away, but several could do the trick. Millions of cardiovascular deaths around the world may be linked to a lack of fruit and vegetable consumption, according to preliminary results from a Tufts University study. Vitamins and minerals like potassium,...
Microsoft's next Surface could be unlike any other, and not just because it will be foldable. Image: drew angerer / Getty Images By Karissa Bell2019-06-25 00:58:44 UTC `````````Microsoft's next Surface could be unlike any other, and not just because it will be foldable. A new report in Forbes reveals more details about...
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...

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