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NATO stocks up on data-sucking surveillance drones

By Colin Daileda NATO wants more data-sucking surveillance drones. The alliance is buying five Global Hawk surveillance drones, according to The Wall Street Journal. They’ll be based in Italy, and the first one will begin flying around either later this year or early next. SEE ALSO: Forget taxis; Dubai wants to …read more

By Maria Gallucci Popeye was fond of cramming cans of spinach to beef up his cartoon biceps. Now scientists say the leafy green really could help build a real-world muscle, only this time, it’s the human heart. …read more

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By The Associated Press An advertising boycott of YouTube is broadening, a sign that big-spending companies doubt Google’s ability to prevent marketing campaigns from appearing alongside repugnant videos. …read more

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By Adario Strange Uber’s very bad, not-at-all-great 2017 just got a whole hell of a lot worse. But this time, somehow, the problem isn’t human interactions in the workplace, but self-driving cars on the road. …read more

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By Anthony Serritella and Maggie Fox Danish researchers trying to find a way to help men injured by prostate cancer surgery say they got mixed results by injecting them with stem cells. …read more

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By Jack Morse Why give something away for free if you can charge for it? The Twitterverse was set aflame this afternoon with news that the company is considering creating a premium service for its power users. …read more

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By Johnny Lieu UberEATS is finally doing what many of us have been thinking: They’re beginning to bring booze straight to our door. But only if you live in this city. Uber’s food delivery service will now ply you with alcohol in Melbourne, Australia, from this Friday. SEE ALSO: One brewery’s latest …read more

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By Sophia Harris Cable giants won another victory today in the legal battle over fully loaded Android TV boxes. The Federal Court of Appeal in Montreal quickly dismissed an appeal of an injunction banning defendants from selling the controversial devices. …read more

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By Adario Strange The UK’s most renowned theoretical physicist and cosmologist is still using his exceptional mind to map a theory of how the universe works. But when it comes to matters here on Earth, Stephen Hawking is just as concerned about President Trump’s science policies as anyone.  …read more

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By Karissa Bell It looks like WIkiLeaks’ promise to work with tech companies to fix their security vulnerabilities may come with a few strings attached after all. In a move that’s surprising to exactly no one, WikiLeaks has reportedly told …read more

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