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Nintendo Iran Club: The community fighting for recognition in Iran

By Haley Hamblin …More about Entertainment, Gaming, Nintendo, Iran, and Entertainment …read more

By Kelly Crowe & CBC Health Unit Scientists now know that the mere act of living leaves molecular scars on our genes; and in medical history, Canadians discovered a chemotherapy drug in a Jamaican periwinkle plant …read more

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By Jack Morse The leaks just keep coming. The hackers responsible for the massive breach of HBO haven’t let up, and reached out to Mashable to share their latest exploits.  …read more

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By Haydn Watters Content creators have gotten a lot more skilled with virtual reality technology and storytelling, allowing for much longer VR experiences, including Miyubi, the “world’s first long-form scripted VR comedy.” …read more

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By Raymond Wong More about Google, Google Assistant, Calling, Assistant, and Hands Free …read more

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By Matthew Braga What if the routers and servers that underpin the internet could also double as one big anti-censorship tool?…read more

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By Adam Rosenberg Why does it have to be console wars? In this deranged year of our lord, 2017, maybe we could all use a little console harmony instead. That’s hardware wizard Eddie Zarick’s view, anyway.…read more

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Experiments seeking a better understanding of Parkinson’s disease and the origin of cosmic rays are on their way to the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft following today’s 12:31 p.m. EDT launch. …read more

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By Patrick Kulp Autoplay videos can be one of the most frustrating parts of social media feeds. Facebook and Twitter turn this setting on by default to juice the view numbers for publishers and advertisers. But for users, it can be annoying  …read more

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By NPR/TED Staff When a student complained that science textbooks were boring, teacher Tyler DeWitt got thinking about how he can make his lessons fun. DeWitt recounts his quest to make kids care about science. (Image credit: Ramy Nassar/TED) …read more

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