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Huawei’s Researhers Can Charge a 3,000mAh Battery to 48% in 5 Minutes

Battery life is one of the biggest headaches in tech—but while capacity remains a problem, manufacturers are at least making big improvements to charge times.

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ISP (Quietly) Acknowledges That BitTorrent Doesn’t Equal Piracy

It’s rare that we mention ISPs vigorously defending their customers against overstepping lawsuits, but here we are: Cox, which is being sued by a couple music producers, is going to lengths to point out that BitTorrent use does not automatically mean piracy. Read more...

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Doctors Say Morcellation Can Leave Women Vulnerable to Cancer

Welcome to this week’s Reading List, your Sunday guide to some of the most interesting science and technology stories on the internet this week. This week, we’ll examine a potentially deadly medical procedure, ponder the inner workings of social networks, and more. Read more...

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A New Study Challenges Assumptions About the Origins of Earth’s Water

Water, water everywhere, but how on Earth did it get here? Many scientists believe that Baby Earth formed dry and was later soaked by an onslaught of extraterrestrial impacts

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YouTube Music Is Breathtakingly Pointless

The new YouTube Music app is a failure.

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This Gorgeous Starburst Nebula Will Make You Wish You Had a Spaceship

Sometimes (often) I think about how great our distant descendants are going to have it; whizzing about the Milky Way in sleek, FTL-enabled spacecraft. Some of those lucky future humans may even get to glimpse wonders like this with their own eyes

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In These Photographs, New York City Is Drowning

Photographer Zev Schmitz took a deep breath and created an incredible architecture photoseries of New York City. Every photo was taken from the waters that surround Manhattan. Read more...

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Peace Never Hides for Long

In this gorgeous concept art, Karl Ellis gives us a peek at a world that is almost like Earth, but not quite. At the base of that gravity-defying rock column, you can see the glowing cave mouths where someone is settling in for a peaceful evening

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Reports of Robots Stealing 50% of Jobs in the US and UK Are Totally Alarmist

It’s being reported that a Bank of England official forecasts that in the next 10 to 20 years, smart robots will steal 80 million jobs from Americans and 15 million jobs from Britons—over half the workforce of each nation.

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What Is The Farthest Human-Made Object?

The farthest human-made object is also the fastest human-made object, Voyager 1. Read more...

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