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A rocket slammed into the moon. NASA got a picture.

The moon has a strange, new crater. But this one's not natural.NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, which began mapping the moon in 2009, spotted...

Americans’ privacy threatened by Supreme Court’s Roe decision, experts say

Roe v. Wade is no more.The Supreme Court has officially overturned the landmark case that constitutionally protected the right to abortion. While the...

Amazon says Alexa will soon be able to mimic the voice of dead loved ones

Your dead loved ones are never really gone, they're just trapped inside Amazon's voice-assisted devices. Wednesday, at Amazon's conference re:MARS (machine learning, automation,...

Early Prime Day 2022 tablet deal: $100 off Lenovo Tab P11 Plus

Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication. Save $100: Why wait until Prime Day if you need a new tablet...

VSCO launches Spaces, a collaborative gallery for creators

Photo editing app VSCO once birthed the ubiquitous VSCO girl archetype of 2019 (AKA the genesis of the TikTok "clean girl"). But it...

‘Only Murders in the Building’ Season 2 review: Bigger world, more chaos

Only Murders in the Building repeatedly tears itself apart in Season 2.The quartet of superfans who were introduced in Hulu's first season are...

Bitcoin continues to plummet, dropping below $20K

So what happens when a decentralized currency requires government-issued currency to determine its value and is bought and sold with said government-issued currency?...

NASA preps new spacecraft heat shield for Mars landings

To gently land a rocket ship on the surface of Mars one must overcome the most ornery physics. When a spacecraft returns to...

Apple AirPods Max on sale: Save $120 on Amazon

Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication. SAVE $120: The Apple AirPods Max(opens in a new tab) typically retail for...

Report: How Facebook is getting your private data from hospitals, according to The Markup

About a third of the top hospitals in the U.S. are allegedly sending private data to Facebook, an investigation by The Markup found....

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