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People are still pretty jazzed about flying cars

A new survey finds that two-thirds of Americans say they would like to ride in or operate their own airborne vehicle. Forty-one percent of adult respondents …

Are ‘machine values’ replacing our principles?

We need to consider the possible consequences of our 24-7 reliance on digital technology, warns a new book. Our dependence on our phones, tablets, and laptops …

Our brain’s map changes for the size of the space

Whereas humans can look at a complex landscape like a mountain vista and almost immediately orient themselves to navigate its multiple regions over long …

Your phone’s fingerprint lock has a weakness

The fingerprint-based security systems on phones and other electronic devices may be more vulnerable than previously thought. Fingerprint-based authentication …

Here’s why we disagreed about ‘the dress’

When “the dress” went viral in 2015, millions split over its true colors: gold and white or black and blue. Neuroscientist Pascal Wallisch concludes that …

How AI algorithms could help design new drugs

A new kind of AI algorithm—designed to work with a small amount of data—may be able to assist in the early stages of drug development. Artificially …

Hunt for life on exoplanets gets new tools

There’s a new strategy for scanning exoplanets for biosignatures—signs of life such as oxygen molecules and methane. These chemicals—which don’t …

Recover Your Lost Files with EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard

Most of the computer users might have landed them in a troubled situation by accidentally deleting an important file or losing their important data due to a …

Pouring wine is less drippy with this groove

A drip, or even a stream, of wine from the bottle can ruin your tablecloth—unless you wrap a napkin around the bottle as a sommelier would. Daniel …

To recycle old gadgets, crush them into nanodust

Researchers have an idea to simplify electronic waste recycling: Crush it into nanodust. Specifically, they want to make the particles so small that separating …

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