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Los Angeles Times
How scientists hope to treat diseases by editing our RNA
Los Angeles Times
Feng Zhang, a bioengineer at MIT and the Broad Institute, has extended his gene-editing work on DNA to RNA. (Bryce Vickmark / MIT). By Melissa Healy. Biology. Opening a new chapter in genetic medicine, scientists have devised a method of gene editing ...

The Verge
Amazon Key is a new service that lets couriers unlock your front door
The Verge
Twelve years ago, Amazon launched Prime, a subscription service that entitled members to free two-day shipping in the United States. Since then, it has added a number of options to make delivery faster and more convenient. Prime customers can get ...

CNET
How to return a Pixel 2 XL with screen burn-in
CNET
Some people are reporting that the display on their Pixel 2 XL phones suffers from screen burn-in. Juan Garzón/CNET. Just after Google's Pixel 2 ($649.99 at Best Buy) phones started to ship, reports surfaced that some 2 XL models suffered from screen ...

Business Insider
JEFFERIES: People are overlooking Nintendo's chance to reach 1 billion users
Business Insider
Nintendo released its Switch console in March with just one major title, a new Zelda game. The company has slowly been releasing new games for the console, adding new Rabbids and Mario Kart games since its launch, but that's just one aspect of ...

NPR
Einstein's Note On Happiness, Given To Bellboy In 1922, Fetches $1.6 Million
NPR
The owner of a Jerusalem auction house holds up a note on happiness written by Albert Einstein in 1922. The note, which Einstein gave to a courier in lieu of a tip, sold for $1.56 million on Tuesday to an anonymous buyer. Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty ...

Fortune
Microsoft has stopped making the Kinect, and that makes me sad
Ars Technica
Microsoft is no longer building any Kinect devices for consoles or PCs, writes Fast Co. Design. Since their 2010 introduction on the Xbox 360 and through major updates for Xbox One and PC, the sensors combined a depth-sensing camera, a regular video ...

Popular Science
This terrifyingly tentacled moth reminds us that nature is freakier than any nightmare
Popular Science
As I attempted to enjoy some homemade tomato soup on Sunday evening, Popular Science Editor in Chief Joe Brown derailed my chill by sending me a video on Facebook. This video: My friends, I am generally fascinated by the range of strangeness that ...

TechCrunch
The RoboBee learns to launch itself out of the water
TechCrunch
The RoboBee, a millimeter-wide flying robot platform from Harvard's Wyss Institute, has been gaining improvements for years. The latest trick of this diminutive robo-creature is to dive into the water, then emerge and blast itself upwards using a ...

CNET
2018 Honda Gold Wing: Riding the new techiest bike on the planet
CNET
Few bikes carry more baggage than the Honda Gold Wing, and that's not thanks to the current model's expansive saddle bags and cavernous top trunk. Since its introduction in the mid '70s, it rapidly pivoted away from the big sportbike template into the ...

Mac Rumors
How to Pre-Order the iPhone X as Quickly as Possible With Apple Store App
Mac Rumors
iPhone X pre-orders begin this Friday, October 27 at 12:01 a.m. Pacific Time on a first come, first served basis, and customers that want any chance of receiving the smartphone on launch day will need a combination of speed and luck. The quickest way ...

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