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Can you sanitize the inside of your nose to prevent COVID? Nope, FDA says.

9 More than four years after SARS-CoV-2 made its global debut, the US Food and Drug Administration is still working to clear out the bogus and unproven products that flooded the market, claiming to …..
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Asahi Linux project’s OpenGL support on Apple Silicon officially surpasses Apple’s

Enlarge/ Slowly but surely, the Asahi Linux team is getting Linux up and running on Apple Silicon Macs. 0 For around three years now, the team of independent developers behind the Asahi Linux proje…..
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Deep Rock Galactic: Survivor is a fine entry point into the auto-shooting depths

Enlarge/ Your author actually made it out of this, but not that much further. 9 Deep Rock Galactic: Survivor started as a talk over a beer between two development teams, according to Søren Lundgaar…..
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Musk’s X sold checkmarks to Hezbollah and other terrorist groups, report says

1 A watchdog group's investigation found that terrorist group Hezbollah and other US-sanctioned entities have accounts with paid checkmarks on X, the Elon Musk-owned social network that still reside…..
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US says AI models can’t hold patents

13 On Tuesday, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published guidance on inventorship for AI-assisted inventions, clarifying that while AI systems can play a role in the creative p…..
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Google, Environmental Defense Fund will track methane emissions from space

Enlarge/ With color, high resolution. 0 When discussing climate change, attention generally focuses on our soaring carbon dioxide emissions. But levels of methane have risen just as dramatically, a…..
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Backdoors that let cops decrypt messages violate human rights, EU court says

Enlarge/ Building of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg (France). 12 The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that weakening end-to-end encryption disproportionately risks …..
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Gotta go? We’ve finally found out what makes urine yellow

4 There are many mysteries in life that we end up shrugging off. Why is urine yellow? It just is, right? Rather than flush that 125-year-old question down the toilet, scientists sought out the answe…..
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In major gaffe, hacked Microsoft test account was assigned admin privileges

8 The hackers who recently broke into Microsofts network and monitored top executives email for two months did so by gaining access to an aging test account with administrative privileges, a major g…..
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CDC puts US doctors on alert for measles outbreaks amid global surge

Enlarge/ A baby with measles. 4 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is putting clinicians on alert about the growing risk of measles cases and outbreaks amid a global surge in transmiss…..
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NSA finally admits to spying on Americans by purchasing sensitive data

10 The National Security Agency (NSA) has admitted to buying records from data brokers detailing which websites and apps Americans use, US Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) revealed Thursday. This news fo…..
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Hertz is selling 20,000 used EVs due to high repair costs

56 If you're looking for an electric car bargain and you're braver than the average bear, you might want to check out Hertz, the car rental agency. After announcing big plans to purchase tens of tho…..
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Daily Telescope: A monster protostar in a distant nebula

Enlarge/ A great view of NGC 7538. 3 Welcome to the Daily Telescope. There is a little too much darkness in this world and not enough light, a little too much pseudoscience and not enough science. …..
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The largest US dam-removal effort to date has begun

Enlarge/ The John C. Boyle Dam, one of the dams slated for removal. 0 Wending its way from the Olympic Mountains to the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Washingtons Elwha River is now free. For about centur…..
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VMware customers face uncertain future as Broadcom ends VMware partner programs

22 VMware's new owner is ending the virtualization and cloud computing company's partner programs. It's unclear who or how many current partners will be able to sell VMware-related offerings after A…..
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A commander’s lament on the loss of a historic SpaceX rocket

Enlarge/ One of the most historic rockets in SpaceX's fleet toppled over Christmas Day on the return tip to Cape Canaveral, Florida, following its previous mission. 8 The Falcon 9 rocket that launc…..
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These engravings could be oldest scaled architectural plans for desert kites

4 There's rarely time to write about every cool science-y story that comes our way. So this year, we're once again running a special Twelve Days of Christmas series of posts, highlighting one scienc…..
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Someone has finally “beaten” NES Tetris

Enlarge/ A moment in Tetris history. 8 For decades after its 1989 release, hundreds of millions of standard NES Tetris games ended the same way: A block reaches the top of the screen and triggers a…..
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Vizio settles for $3M after saying 60 Hz TVs had 120 Hz “effective refresh rate”

Enlarge/ A marketing image for Vizio's P-series Q9 TV. 29 Vizio has agreed to pay $3 million to settle a class-action lawsuit that alleged the company misled customers about the refresh rates of i…..
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How archaeologists reconstructed the burning of Jerusalem in 586 BCE

1 There's rarely time to write about every cool science-y story that comes our way. So this year, we're once again running a special Twelve Days of Christmas series of posts, highlighting one scienc…..

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