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Filipino Scientists Have Invented a Device to Monitor Coral Without Getting in the Water

It is seen as a more cost-efficient way to take care of the country’s marine life.
Lia Savillo
14 hours ago
weird

Someone Used the Domino's Pizza App to SWAT a California Home

Victims of these acts have been seriously injured and even killed by police officers who have responded to the phony emergency calls.
Jelisa Castrodale
9.13.19
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Here's How Much Pornhub Knows About You

Advertisers can target your location, language, sexual preferences and the specific browser you're using.
Sebastian Meineck
9.8.19
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Everything You Need To Know Before India’s First Moon Landing Tonight

The Indian Space Research Organisation calls the upcoming moments of descent “terrifying”.
Pallavi Pundir
9.6.19
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Shanghai Will Soon Have Fleets of Driverless Taxis

Several Chinese companies are unveiling their plans to release self-driving vehicles for public use.
Meera Navlakha
9.3.19
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Fitbit to Provide Wearable Fitness Trackers in Collaboration With Singapore Government’s Health Initiative

The Singapore government is promoting healthy living amid rising cases of diabetes and heart disease.
Meera Navlakha
8.23.19
News

Eight Of The Ten Most-Surveilled Cities In The World Are In China

The two other non-Chinese cities in the top ten are outside Asia, while Singapore appeared in 11th place.
Meera Navlakha
8.21.19
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Hong Kong Protesters Are Now Using Tinder and Pokémon GO to Organise People

As police crack down on platforms inviting people to join the march, protesters are resorting to creative ways of using technology to fuel the movement.
Shamani Joshi
8.7.19
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Japan Has Built a Flying Car that Actually Works

The new vehicle reached a height of three metres and hovered for about a minute.
Meera Navlakha
Gavin Butler
8.6.19
food news

Tech Company Says Using Facial Recognition Technology in Bars Isn't Creepy at All

DataSparQ also hopes to roll out a feature called 'FaceTab,' which would recognize patrons and automatically add drinks to their existing tab.
Jelisa Castrodale
8.5.19
News

Facebook Just Paid a $5 Billion Fine for Privacy Breaches. Now it Wants Access to Your Brain.

Facebook is building a headset that can monitor, read, and translate your brainwaves and allow users to type just by thinking.
David Gilbert
8.1.19
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Instagram is Now Hiding the Number of ‘Likes’ from Certain Users

The trial aims to take the "pressure" out of using Instagram, and is being rolled out today in a number of countries including Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.
Gavin Butler
7.18.19
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