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The antimatter of science fiction vastly differs from the real-life antimatter of particle physics. The former powers spaceships or bombs, while the latter is just another particle that physicists study, one that happens to be the mirror image with the opposite charge of the more familiar particles. More »

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Last year the Tesla Model S outsold the Mercedes S-Class as well as the BMW 7 Series in their home market of Germany. I assure you, the Germans are pissed, and if you listen carefully right now, you can probably faintly hear the screaming of Dieter Zetsche a continent away. More »

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Supernovae are already some of the brightest explosions in the universe - but there's a more mysterious type, called superluminous supernovae, that can shine a hundred times brighter than the usual ones. And on 22 August 2016, astronomers spotted one whose light travelled over 10 billion years to reach us. More »

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While conducting an inventory of archived documents, curators at Union College in Schenectady, New York, discovered strands hair attributed to George Washington, #POTUS1, in an envelope inside a leather book. More »

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Depending on the day, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is either the richest or second richest human on Earth. And while he's trying to figure out how to use some of that money philanthropically, he announced today that construction has begun on the giant clock in the middle of nowhere that he put up $US42 million ($53 million) to build. The 10,000 Year Clock is intended as a symbolic reminder that we should consider the long-term impact of our actions. More »

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New star, new showrunner, new composer and now a new logo - the next season of Doctor Who isn't due until October, but it's definitely shaking things up already. More »

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Video. If last week's video of Boston Dynamic's SpotMini robo-dog opening doors all by itself had you worried, don't be. The bot's creators have done everything possible to ensure the public's safety by hiring a guy to thwart the robo-dog's escape attempts using a hockey stick. Phew! One less thing to stress over. More »

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Many scary movies claim to be inspired by true events, and Winchester has an especially rich history. The enormous, bizarre mansion at its center has long been one of San Jose, California's biggest tourist attractions. Unfortunately, the story the movie chooses to explore within its walls is utterly predictable. More »

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A video game intended to help people become less susceptible to misinformation just rewarded me for pretending to post a tweet from a fake NASA account warning of an incoming meteorite. The object of the new browser game, Bad News, is "to get as many followers as you can while slowly building up fake credibility as a news site," according to its site. More »

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Google Pay is officially here, with the app rolling out in Australia from today. But to use it - you'll need to be signed up with one of the participating banks. Here they are. More »

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Change is in the air on Gallifrey, and it isn't just who's holding the sonic screwdriver. Doctor Who's upcoming season will feature a new showrunner, a new Doctor and a new composer - since the composer who's been there since the revival's beginning won't be coming back to the TARDIS. More »

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It seems like every new wireless speaker on the market comes with a voice assistant now. Since 2014, when Amazon announced the Echo, the idea of a smart speaker has taken the gadget world by storm. Apple has finally thrown its hat into the ring with the release of the HomePod, leaving us to wonder which smart speaker is the best smart speaker. So we tested them to find out. More »

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A team of international and Australian researchers say that even if every nation on the planet meets Paris Climate Agreement Targets for emissions, it won't stop seas levels from rising. By 2300, we're looking at global rise of 0.7 to 1.2 metres, no matter what. But that doesn't mean we should scrap the agreement, not at all. Because for every five years we delay meeting the set targets, you can add another 20 centimetres to those levels, according to the study. But what do the experts have...

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If you don't have the need or the budget to upgrade your smartphone, then the next best thing is buying an upgrade for the phone you've already got. Cases, battery packs, and wireless charging pads are the obvious calls, but there are a ton of more exciting upgrades out there for you to spend your money on too - and these are some of our favourites types. More »

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What started out as a seemingly simple bug turned into a real hassle when people figured out it was possible to crash iMessage, Twitter or even the Wi-Fi app on Apple products by inserting a single character from the Indian language of Telugu. And once an app had crashed, it would keep crashing forever until you took somewhat extreme measures such as deleting and reinstalling the app, erasing entire conversation threads, or upgrading to a beta version of your device's OS. More »

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