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Thursday, October 18, 2018
 

The Clever Engineering Behind the New iPhone XS Battery

The iPhone XS has a unique shape, designed to squeeze in as much juice as chemistry and physics will allow.

Via:: Wired News

 

How Hollywood Accidentally Ushered in the Age of the Celebrity Politician

Democrats and Republicans are under the same impression: A sprinkling of movie magic and celebrity glamor are just what American politics needs. But are they right?

Via:: Wired News

 

Photos: ‘Bored Tourists’ Too Buried in Their Smartphones to Enjoy Vacation

The sites may be different but tourists are the same, suggests English photographer Laurence Stephens.

Via:: Wired News

 

Here’s the Plan to End Malaria With Crispr-Edited Mosquitoes

Target Malaria hopes to eradicate Africa’s malaria-carrying mosquitoes. But when manipulating the fate of a species, moving slowly is a virtue.

Via:: Wired News

 

Google’s latest Chrome update tightens the locks on Adobe Flash

This update to Chrome requires you to grant a site permission to run that multimedia plug-in after each restart of Chrome. Sounds like Google doesn’t want you using Flash? Yes, that’s exactly the point.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

New iPhone cameras strut their stuff in low light

Results from a back to back comparison of the new iPhone camera to an older model look identical, except in low light and with a new software trick. Jefferson Graham reports on Talking Tech.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

Trumps Comments About Hurricane Florence Top This Week’s Internet News Roundup

Last week, the downpour of news on the internet never let up.

Via:: Wired News

 

This Week in the Future of Cars: Electric Start

The new Audi E-tron, Tesla’s crash test, the Ferrari Monzas, and more car news from this week.

Via:: Wired News

 

How Lego Came to Be the World’s Most Famous Brick

A Danish woodworker’s bet on a new ­manufacturing process gave us a toy that never gets old.

Via:: Wired News

 

How Alexa Could Fix the Microwave

An Alexa-powered microwave may sound silly. Here’s why it’s a brilliant idea.

Via:: Wired News

 
 
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