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  1. Musk and building inspectors in standoff over giant neon X sign [Updated]

    There are currently two active investigations into Twitter's HQ signage changes.

  2. Loki S2 trailer finds the god of mischief battling for the “soul of the TVA”

    "There is nothing that stands between this world and utter destruction."

  3. A jargon-free explanation of how AI large language models work

    Want to really understand large language models? Here’s a gentle primer.

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  1. Instead of obtaining a warrant, the NSA would like to keep buying your data

    The agency opposes an amendment that prevents it from using data brokers.

  2. The 2023 Porsche Cayman GT4 RS is the best sports car on sale today

    Transplanting the 911 GT3's flat-six engine created a remarkable car.

  3. Communal stargazing using your phone: The Unistellar eQuinox 2, reviewed

    Stargaze with up to 10 of your friends no matter how bad the light pollution is.

  4. SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy launches world’s most massive communications satellite [Updated]

    SpaceX has again launched a competitor's satellite, this time a 10-ton behemoth.

  5. European satellite plunges back to Earth in first-of-its-kind assisted re-entry

    "This is quite unique, what we are doing here."

  6. When it comes to keeping the fizz in your champagne, bottle size matters

    A 3-liter jeroboam can age for as long as 132 years before going flat.

  7. Officials bust illegal lab containing 20 infectious agents, hundreds of lab mice

    "I’ve never seen anything like this."

  8. Apple will require app devs to explain exactly why they use certain APIs

    Some seemingly innocuous APIs are misused to track users, Apple says.

  9. Google’s RT-2 AI model brings us one step closer to WALL-E

    "First-of-its-kind" robot AI model can recognize trash and perform complex actions.

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  1. Reddit calls for “a few new mods” after axing, polarizing some of its best

    Will Reddit get quality replacements? "Not a snowball's chance in hell."

  2. Android malware steals user credentials using optical character recognition

    OCR isn't the only advanced technique used by "CherryBlos" apps.

  3. This company keeps selling TB-tainted bone grafts, causing deadly outbreaks

    In the last outbreak, at least 87 people had signs of tuberculosis after spinal surgery.

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  1. Samsung’s profits are down 95 percent for a second consecutive quarter

    Samsung is still suffering under a glut of unsold memory chips.

  2. Devs aren’t allowed to let Apple’s Vision Pro dev kits out of their sight

    Dev kits often have restrictive terms, but Apple gets very specific this time.

  3. Most of the 100 million people who signed up for Threads stopped using it

    "We're seeing more people coming back daily than I'd expected," Zuckerberg said.

  4. NASA temporarily loses contact with one of its most distant spacecraft

    The Voyagers were launched nearly half a century ago.

  5. The milk float was the first truly successful last-mile delivery EV

    Last-mile delivery EVs are in hot demand in 2023, but they're nothing new.

  6. Apple Pencils can’t draw straight on third-party replacement iPad screens

    It's similar to the Face ID failures of the iPhone 13's screen, later fixed.

  1. Did Facebook fuel political polarization during the 2020 election? It’s complicated.

    There's strong ideological segregation, but proposed interventions didn't change attitudes.

  2. Increasing levels of humidity are here to make heat waves even worse

    This summer's heat is only a preview of what's in store for our future.

  3. Getting TIE Fighter: Total Conversion working is worth the hassle and the $10

    It has a 1999 engine, 2021 graphics, and that unmistakable '90s LucasArts feel.

  4. Formula E’s first visit to a proper American racetrack saw packed stands

    We found a lot to be optimistic about for the all-electric racing series.

  5. Rocket Report: Starbase comes alive again; China launches four times

    Maybe the next Starship launch isn't all that far off.

  6. AMD Ryzen 7945HX3D could be a fast, super-efficient choice for your new gaming laptop

    The chip is only launching in a single laptop from Asus, at least for now.

  7. Stability AI releases Stable Diffusion XL, its next-gen image synthesis model

    New SDXL 1.0 release allows hi-res AI image synthesis that can run on a local machine.