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Los Angeles Times
An iceberg the size of Delaware just broke off the Antarctica ice shelf
Los Angeles Times
Sometime in the last few days, a block of ice the size of Delaware broke away from Antarctica and is now floating freely in the Weddell Sea. The iceberg, which at around 1 trillion tons is one of the largest on record, poses no immediate threat to sea ...

CNNMoney
Verizon data of 6 million users leaked online
CNNMoney
The security issue, uncovered by research from cybersecurity firm UpGuard, was caused by a misconfigured security setting on a cloud server due to "human error." The error made customer phone numbers, names, and some PIN codes publicly available ...

Space.com
See Juno Probe's Amazing Up-Close Views of Jupiter's Great Red Spot (Photos)
Space.com
NASA's Juno spacecraft captured this raw image of Jupiter's Great Red Spot during a close flyby on July 10, 2017. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS. You can now feast your eyes on the first up-close photos of Jupiter's famous Great Red Spot ever taken.

Forbes
Google Leak Shows Pixel 2 Is Massive
Forbes
Finally, it's the Google GOOGL +1.49% Pixel 2 leak we all wanted. Following months of incremental details like mysterious codenames and benchmarking specs we now have the big kahuna: exactly what Google's new flagship smartphone will look like - and ...

Forbes
New Galaxy Note 8 Launch Date Reveals Samsung's Aggressive Gamble
Forbes
Samsung could bring forward the release of the Galaxy Note 8 because of poor sales of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus smartphones. That's the intriguing prospect being reported today by South Korean sources, with September 10th reported as the ...

BBC News
Gif and image written into the DNA of bacteria
BBC News
An image and short film has been encoded in DNA, using the units of inheritance as a medium for storing information. Using a genome editing tool known as Crispr, US scientists inserted a gif - five frames of a horse galloping - into the DNA of bacteria.

The Verge
Amazon may give app developers access to Alexa audio recordings
The Verge
Amazon is considering granting third-party app developers access to transcripts of audio recordings saved by Alexa-powered devices, according to a report from The Information today. The change would be aimed at enticing developers to continue investing ...

The Denver Post
A man freed a whale from a fishing net. Then it killed him, friends say.
The Denver Post
More than 15 years ago, the Canadian lobster fisherman co-founded the Campobello Whale Rescue Team, an “intrepid group of fishermen who care so much about whales that they are willing to risk their lives to save them.” From their base on Campobello ...

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