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Five Types of Male Birth Control We’ll Probably Never Get to Use

A new form of male birth control, Vasalgel, is tantalizingly close to human trials—but we’ve heard that story before. Let’s take a look at some ...
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How to Clean Yourself Up Super Fast After a Sweaty Workout

If you’re crunched for time, hitting the gym right before work or during lunch might be your only options. And that probably means you can’t squee...
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How to Really Sharpen a Pencil

David Rees thinks he knows how to sharpen pencils. He says people have entrusted 1,500 pencil points to his sharpening business. I know a little somet...
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Pebble Updates Watches So They Keep Ticking Beyond the Grave

One of the perils smart devices is that many rely on their respective company’s online servers to function, and sometimes those companies shut down....
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Apple Commits to Fighting Climate Change After EPA Rollback

Earlier this week, President Donald J. Trump signed a sweeping executive order rescinding many environmental policies that were formerly instated by t...
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Apple Releases New Betas for All Operating Systems

Apple is definitely keeping busy, as the company seeded beta versions for all of its various operating systems this week. Notably, the beta 1 versions...
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Contrary to Early Reports Verizon’s AppFlash Isn’t Actually Spyware

Bloodthirsty internet service providers wasted no time rolling out invasive spyware in the wake of internet privacy deregulation — or so it seemed f...
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Apple Hints New ‘iMac Pro’ to Come Later This Year

While Apple refreshed both its MacBook Pro and 12-inch MacBook last year, it’s been quite a while since the company has released any major updates t...
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Congress Votes to Let Internet Providers Sell Your Data Without Permission

Congress has just sent legislation to President Trump that will strike down a set of landmark internet privacy regulations passed by the Federal Commu...
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New Android Malware Is One of the ‘Most Sophisticated’ Yet

Security researchers are warning Android users of a new, potentially government-derived malware. Dubbed Chrysaor by Google’s security team, once ins...