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Amazon Launches New Echo Dot, Echo Show, Echo Auto: Alexa Will Be Everywhere - Forbes

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Amazon Launches New Echo Dot, Echo Show, Echo Auto: Alexa Will Be Everywhere
Forbes
In The Spheres, a set of plant-filled domes in central Seattle, Amazon today made announcements at a rate of about one a minute. Many were APIs and software updates, but there was also plenty of hardware to put Alexa into your kitchen such as an Amazon ...
Amazon Wants to Be In Every Room of Your HouseSlate Magazine
New Amazon Echo Alexa Devices Make Smart Houses Smart HomesGeek
Amazon's terrifying new product lineup lets you fully Black Mirror-ify your homeSalon
The Guardian -New York Times -Inman.com -Gizmodo
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NASA's TESS Starts Collecting Planets - New York Times

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NASA's TESS Starts Collecting Planets
New York Times
Somewhere among these grains of celestial sugar and powder puffs of cloudy light there is a planet, perhaps many planets, perhaps even Earth 2.0, as astronomers sometimes call the object of their dreams — a terrestrial look-alike to our own world, ...
NASA's new planet hunter just found its 1st alien world — an evaporating 'Super-Earth'Fox News
NASA's TESS Discovers 'Super-Earth' and 'Hot Earth' Candidate PlanetsNewsweek
See the first images snapped by NASA's observatory hunting alien planetsQuartz
Space.com -Mother Nature Network (blog) -Express.co.uk -NASASpaceflight.com
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On Ecstasy, Octopuses Reached Out for a Hug - New York Times

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On Ecstasy, Octopuses Reached Out for a Hug
New York Times
By dosing the tentacled creatures with MDMA, researchers found they share parts of an ancient messaging system involved in social behaviors with humans. Image. An octopus on its way to an underwater EDM festival.CreditCreditKen Lucas, via Getty ...
Scientists Gave MDMA to Octopuses—and What Happened Was ProfoundGizmodo
Octopuses given mood drug 'ecstasy' reveal genetic link to evolution of social behaviors in humansPhys.Org
Scientists gave octopuses some molly. Here's what happened.PBS NewsHour
Smithsonian -Popular Mechanics -SlashGear -New Atlas
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Google: Apps Can Scan And Share Your Gmail Data, With Consent - PCMag

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Google: Apps Can Scan And Share Your Gmail Data, With Consent
PCMag
Don't expect Google to completely cut off marketing firms from your Gmail inbox. The company has told a group of US senators that Gmail add-ons that scan your inbox can choose to hand over your data to someone else — but only if they're upfront about it.
Google to Congress: We protect Gmail user data with automated scanning and catch the 'majority' of bad actorsBusiness Insider
Google says app developers can still scan Gmail with opt-inFast Company
Gmail smart replies may be creepy, but they're catching on like wildfireMashable
Engadget -Digital Trends -New York Post -Fortune
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Scientists Identify The Earth's Oldest Known Animal Fossils - HuffPost

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Scientists Identify The Earth's Oldest Known Animal Fossils
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Scientists have used fat molecules to solve a longstanding mystery and identify an ancient creature as one of the earliest animals on the planet. For more than 75 years, researchers have struggled to classify the Dickinsonia, a peculiar, vaguely ...
Earliest animal fossils are identifiedBBC News
Dickinsonia: 500-Million-Year-Old Fossil Fat Reveals Weird Creature is Earth's Earliest Known AnimalNewsweek
Oldest (and Weird-Looking) Animal Discovered Through 558 Million-Year-Old FatHistory
Phys.Org -Science Magazine -Science News -The Inquisitr
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1000-Foot-Long Spider Web Is Just a Summer Orgy, Expert Says - Live Science

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1000-Foot-Long Spider Web Is Just a Summer Orgy, Expert Says
Live Science
The tranquil beaches of Greece are an ideal destination for a summer fling, especially if you are a hungry, web-flinging spider. Residents of Aitoliko, an island village perched between two bridges in western Greece, recently woke up to see their local ...
Giant spider web stretches 1000 feet across lagoon: They're having 'a party'Fox News
Massive spiderweb blankets Greek beach for spider sex 'party'USA TODAY
Spider Explosion: Giant Web Covers Greek Town in Mystery PhenomenonNewsweek
Quartz -Express.co.uk -Big Think -The Independent
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Angry mutant green crabs are destroying everything in their path - Fox News

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Angry mutant green crabs are destroying everything in their path
Fox News
Talk about being crabby. Angry green crabs from Nova Scotia, angrier than their already ornery green cousins in Maine, are migrating south. They have started to destroy the coastal ecosystem off the shores of Maine, as they eat more than their share of ...
Ticked-off Canadian crabs are waging war on the United States and scientists are powerless to stop themBGR
Insanely angry Canadian crabs are causing chaos in coastal watersSlashGear
Canadian crabs with bad attitude threaten coastal ecosystemAssociated Press (press release) (blog)
Tweed Daily News (press release)
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PlayStation Now Is Making Its Games Downloadable - Kotaku

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PlayStation Now Is Making Its Games Downloadable
Kotaku
PlayStation Now, Sony's subscription service for streaming older games, is going to start letting you download games as well, putting it more in line with Xbox Game Pass and Nintendo's recently launched Switch Online NES library. A post over at the ...
PlayStation Now users can download certain PS4 and PS2 gamesEngadget
PlayStation Now offers downloading of PS4, PS2 gamesPolygon
PlayStation Now streaming service now offers game downloadsThe Verge
SlashGear -IGN -Variety -NDTV
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At this rate, Earth risks sea level rise of 20 to 30 feet, historical analysis shows - Washington Post

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At this rate, Earth risks sea level rise of 20 to 30 feet, historical analysis shows
Washington Post
Temperatures not much warmer than the planet is experiencing now were sufficient to melt a major part of the East Antarctic ice sheet in Earth's past, scientists reported Wednesday, including during one era about 125,000 years ago when sea levels were ...
Melting Antarctic ice sheet could drown UK coastNew York Post
Major Antarctic ice sheet shrank when it wasn't much warmer than nowArs Technica
Sea level rise: New study adds to worries about East AntarcticaAxios
The Japan Times -Science Daily -The Sun -Gizmodo
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Review: GoPro Hero7 Black - WIRED

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Review: GoPro Hero7 Black
WIRED
Smell that pumpkin spice in the air? That means the fall is coming, and with it, new action cameras. GoPro—aka the Band-Aid/Kleenex/Q-Tips of action cameras—is here with the latest entry in its category-defining camera platform, the Hero7 Black. I've ...
The Hero 7 is GoPro's shot at a comebackThe Verge
GoPro Hero 7 review: Super smooth video without a clunky gimbalMashable
GoPro Hero7: The Smoothest-Looking Action Cam YetTom's Guide
Digital Trends -Engadget -Forbes -BGR
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