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What's worse—civilization ravaging disease or The Internet? (Ask The DOMAIN - A Feature Film)

The Domain review: The Internet can be worse than humanity-ravaging epidemics

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yesterday at 21:21. Facebook
So... what can we binge until 2017 TV starts up in earnest?

Decrypted: Westworld season 1’s final note was a bit off key

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yesterday at 20:34. Facebook
Like many industries, bureaucracy—not technical abilities—is the issue.

The dangers of thinking Australian high school kids just schooled Shkreli

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yesterday at 19:58. Facebook
Kids are the future after all, eh? (via The New Yorker)

The Teen-Agers Suing Over Climate Change

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yesterday at 19:33. Facebook
"We all share a single bond that unites us; a love for vanilla World of Warcraft."

After Blizzard shutdown, legacy World of Warcraft server returns this month

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yesterday at 18:58. Facebook
"It shows just how flexible and dynamic the brain is," though not all reach their potential right?

The brain has more than one multitasking mode

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yesterday at 18:29. Facebook
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A perfect late breakfast read via Vanity Fair: "It was the Lufthansa heist of the syrup world."

Inside Quebec’s Great, Multi-Million-Dollar Maple-Syrup Heist

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yesterday at 17:28. Facebook
@didthatfixit made us blush. "This is the kind of reporting @arstechnica was made for."

High Dynamic Range, explained: There’s a reason to finally get a new TV

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yesterday at 16:54. Facebook
Keep this in mind if TV shopping this holiday season (OLED-explainer coming next)

High Dynamic Range, explained: There’s a reason to finally get a new TV

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yesterday at 16:25. Facebook
Thanksgiving leftovers finally cleared out, time to opt for a healthy choice burrito.

A “300-calorie,” gut-busting burrito earns Chipotle a new lawsuit

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yesterday at 14:59. Facebook
Wait, is this an off-menu thing? "@SnowyDeluxe gimme a tall Pikacchino, extra dry."

Tall Pikachu, no whip: Starbucks to launch Pokémon Go crossover

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yesterday at 13:22. Facebook
Big four Net companies creating joint database to curb online terrorist material.

Internet giants will join forces to stop online sharing of terrorist material

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yesterday at 12:52. Facebook
Google won't literally just be using energy generated from wind and solar farms - Instead, it will be paying for enough units to account for its usage in a carbon-offsetting programme.

Google says it’ll be fully powered by renewable energy in 2017

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yesterday at 12:04. Facebook
ThyssenKrupp—one of the world's largest steel manufacturers —is the latest victim of what it described as a "highly professional" cyberattack which appears to have emanated from south-east Asia.

Hackers swipe trade secrets from ThyssenKrupp in “professional attack”

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yesterday at 11:28. Facebook
This marks the beginning of 4K HDR TV broadcasts - using a new HDR tech that you probably haven't heard of, too.

BBC testing Planet Earth II in 4K HDR on iPlayer

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12/09/2016 at 22:41. Facebook
Love New Orleans (and have enjoyed Breaux Bridge, Lafayette, North Shore, et al.), so please keep your environment in mind tomorrow, Louisianans.

Just one candidate in Louisiana’s Senate runoff embraces climate change facts

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