It’s a new year, and there’s a new chance to cleanse your cupboards of the junk and focus on food that’s more natural and healthy. The trouble is, when we see those words on food labels, they can be misleading.
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In the starless void of intergalactic space, there are clouds of cosmic gas as old as the Milky Way. They produce no visible light, and they barely radiate heat. Now, for the first time, astronomers have determined their size. These shadowy structures are as big as galaxies.
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Fingerprint sensors have quickly become a staple of the modern smartphone. They’re quick, simple to use, and (if encrypted properly) relatively secure.
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FOR THE PAST few years at CES, we’ve seen 8K TVs from the likes of Sharp, Samsung, and LG. This year, 8K is back, but there’s one big difference: At least one of these super-high-resolution sets will actually be coming to market. The ones on display at past shows have all been prototypes.
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation infiltrated and shut down what it called “the largest remaining known child pornography hidden service in the world” this summer, using a hacking method to track IP addresses on the Dark Web, Vice Motherboard reported. The Dark Web bulletin board site, named “Playpen,” launched in August 2014 and within one year had garnered 215,000 accounts with 11,000 unique visitors each week.
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No need to be alarmed, this is just an extremely fascinating infrastructural feature—which also happens to look extremely beautiful under the right circumstances.
Continue reading Don’t Get Too Close or This Hydrological Eye of Sauron Will Suck You In →