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We’re all too happy to scroll aimlessly on our phones for hours on end, but have you ever once stopped to think and ask that little device in your hands whether it feels held? More »

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[image url='https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/t_original/dp8s4sxefbjlp0hpbvfg.jpg' size='xlarge' licence='Photo: Getty Images' caption='The next pandemic will be fuelled by international air travel, experts think. (Photo: Getty Images)' align='centre' clear='true' ] If the seeds of a pandemic illness were planted tomorrow, how would the world fare? Well, according to a simulation carried out on Friday by Johns Hopkins University, the answer is: terribly. More »

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A Colorado woman is facing smuggling charges after allegedly attempting to sell and ship human fetal remains in violation of US federal law. According to court records, she conducted much of her business over Facebook. More »

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After the middling reception Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom received, it seems as if Universal’s banking on the return of a number of classic characters from the Jurassic Park franchise to lure people back into theatres. But the studio’s also game to bring some fresh blood into the dinosaur-laden fray. More »

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[image url='https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/t_original/d1bk1aefkje8l5iulzsb.jpg' size='xlarge' licence='Image: USGS/Ben Brooks' caption='A USGS Earthquake Science Centre Mobile Laser Scanning truck analyses a surface rupture caused by the M7.1 Ridgecrest earthquake in July. (Image: USGS/Ben Brooks)' align='centre' clear='true' ] This past US summer, southern California experienced a significant earthquake swarm. Analysis of the event suggests earthquakes unravel in a more...

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection—one of the arms of the federal immigration machine shoving tens of thousands of people into de facto concentration camps—is eyeing equipping officers with facial recognition body cams, according to Reuters. More »

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Not to be confused with Guillermo del Toro’s long-awaited stop-motion version of the classic Pinocchio story for Netflix, the Pinocchio news of today is an update on Disney’s long-awaited live-action take on its 1940 animated version. Famed Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis is now said to be “in talks,” per Variety, to helm the film. More »

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Things have seemed a little off in Eleanor’s experiment to determine the fate of humanity, and in the latest episode of The Good Place, we finally found out why. Thanks to some sleuthing from none other than...Jason Mendoza?? More »

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All those celebrity look-alikes you’ve been seeing on your timeline come courtesy of the internet’s latest collective obsession: Gradient, a barely week-old photo editing app that went viral after a few choice influences promoted this new feature on Instagram. According to the Google Play store, it already has more than 1 million downloads. More »

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The slow march to death for Libra, Facebook’s forthcoming cryptocurrency, continues. Yesterday, a Group of Seven nations task force threw up another hurdle in a report, stating global stablecoins like Libra could potentially wreck the global monetary system and upend financial stability. More »

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Do we really need to go over this? Are you sure we have to talk about this again? Seriously? Apparently we do. So, let me say this one more time, loud, for the people in the back: implying that ticket sales are down at racing events because drivers aren’t dying with alarming frequency anymore is an incredibly bad and very irresponsible take. More »

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There is no single solution to the world-wide epidemic of poor mental health; addressing its root causes, like poverty-triggered stress and social isolation, and choosing effective treatment for sufferers remains paramount. One way to potentially partly buffer against the effects of poor mental health is through contact with nature, including the green spaces within metropolises. More »

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Your browser bookmarks might be stacked with articles you’ll never get around to reading, and sites you’ve long forgotten about, but there are ways to use bookmarks more productively - save these 10 handy URLs saved in your browser, and you’ll be able to get more done and more quickly while you’re online. More »

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Right now, amid a storm of protest movements in Hong Kong calling to liberate the area from its status as a special administrative region of China, scrutiny of Western companies seen as implicitly supporting the actions of the Chinese government is higher than ever. So, of course, the House of Mouse picked right now to announce a plan to try and make Star Wars more popular in China. More »

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Toyota has been a pioneer in the mass electrification of automobiles, but they’ve so far avoided battery-only power, preferring to focus on combustion-electric hybrids like the now ubiquitous Prius, or very niche hydrogen fuel cell tech like the Mirai. It looks like they’re finally ready to dive into the battery electric pool, though, based on the size of their production-ready BEV, it’s the kiddie pool. More »

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A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers on Friday cosigned letters sent to the chief executives of Apple and Blizzard expressing “deep concern” over recent decisions by the American companies that have negatively impacted users overseas “at the behest of the Chinese government.” More »

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