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1 Uber, Toyota sign $500 million deal to put self-driving tech into Sienna minivans
2 Trump says he will "address" Google's "suppressing" of conservative news [Updated]
3 Robocalls tell seniors net neutrality raises phone bills by $30 [Updated]
4 After court order, 3D-printed gun pioneer now sells pay-what-you-want CAD files
5 AMD's next-gen CPUs, GPUs will all be built on TSMC's 7nm process
6 Alleged Facebook scammer arrested in Ecuador, will resist extradition
7 Researchers find way to spy on remote screens--through the webcam mic
8 China's refusal to share virus is "scandalous...many could die needlessly"
9 Social science has a complicated, infinitely tricky replication crisis
10 Researchers ID genes that could make you more likely to try cannabis
11 HDR10+ is coming to new Samsung and Panasonic TVs, but good luck finding content
12 Intel launches Whiskey and Amber Lakes: Kaby Lake with better Wi-Fi, USB
13 Dell tempts Pixelbook lovers with premium $599 Inspiron Chromebook 14
14 Google's huge Wear OS revamp makes the OS work more like Android
15 Ohio man is latest to be sentenced for millions in biofuel credit fraud
16 Nintendo shuts down tool used to build Pokemon fan games
17 Microsoft obliquely acknowledges Windows 0-day bug published on Twitter
18 Illinois governor vetoes bill meant to cripple rental car competition
19 FCC can define markets with only one ISP as "competitive," court rules
20 Implantable brain device could stop epileptic seizures in their tracks
21 UK cops used facial recognition at show, found someone with outstanding warrant
22 Amazon may make a free, ad-supported streaming service for Fire TVs
23 Homeopathic co. expands recall as FDA warns of "life-threatening" infections
24 Wandering Bose-Einstein condensate may lead to scalable quantum computer
25 Texas lawmakers press NASA to base lunar lander program in Houston
26 FBI refutes Trump claim that Clinton's private email server was hacked by China
27 Governor's desk last stop to California pledging 100% carbon-free energy by 2045
28 Garmin's Vivosmart 4 combines pulse-ox and a week of battery life for $129
29 Ever wanted to see "beyond" the NES game screen? With WideNES, you can
30 Blackmagic external GPU review: A very Apple graphics solution
31 400mph, 50 feet up--what it takes to race and win world's fastest motorsport
32 LEGO built a drivable Bugatti Chiron out of a million pieces of Technic
33 Data vandal changes name of New York City to "Jewtropolis" across multiple apps [Updated]
34 This is your brain on air pollution
35 T-Mobile/Sprint merger will bring higher prices, small carriers tell FCC
36 Lenovo pushes Chromebooks upmarket with the Yoga Chromebook
37 Lenovo's new Yoga C930 hides a sound bar in its hinge, a stylus in its corner
38 Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Extreme: Hex-core, GTX 1050 Ti, 64GB RAM under 4 pounds
39 Lenovo ditches halo keyboard for E-ink slab in new $999 Yoga Book
40 Apple announces September 12 event, and new iPhones are likely
41 Researchers show Alexa "skill squatting" could hijack voice commands
42 Senator to FTC: You guys really should look at Google one more time
43 Scientists found brain's internal clock that influences how we perceive time
44 Rocket Report: Exos flies, China sets launch record, new Falcon Heavy data
45 This city has a vision for mass transit that doesn't involve city buses
46 Gold standard state net neutrality bill approved by California Assembly
47 Fertility doc inseminated dozens of women with own sperm, DNA sites find
48 Medieval artisans built a glass-walled palace in the desert
49 Boeing wins bid to build the Navy's carrier-launched tanker drone
50 EU Commission President supports ending seasonal time changes
51 Lead in US school water "disturbing"--Detroit just shut off all fountains
52 Calif. Senate approves net neutrality rules, sends bill to governor
53 Kin: If you can't pick your family, hopefully you can find space weapons
54 $600 Chromebooks are a dangerous development for Microsoft
55 My kid and I wrote a letter to NASA, and a very nice scientist wrote back
56 The secret to successful BBQ pork butt and brisket is science
57 Mystery of the cargo ships that sink when their cargo suddenly liquefies
58 Between Cintiq and streaming, animation is thriving--ask Titmouse's Chris Prynoski
59 Cheese danish shipping, warrantless GPS trackers, and a border doctrine challenge
60 Aren't you a little too old for that? Two decades of playing Pokemon
61 There's now an even more precise "recipe" for blowing the perfect bubble
62 Computer, lights: How Ars staffers actually use voice-interactive bots
63 Google: Sorry professor, old Beethoven recordings on YouTube are copyrighted
64 How can they be so good?: The strange story of Skype
65 Whose name should be on the laws of physics for an expanding universe?
66 New system shows the earliest life could cooperate despite "cheaters"
67 IMSA's WeatherTech series is going great, but where does it go next?
68 Being reminded of your political bubble can stop you from breaking out
69 Millions could lose cheap phone service under FCC's overhaul of Lifeline
70 Toyota goes beyond boring and beige with the 2018 C-HR crossover
71 CEO: PS4 blocks cross-console play to provide "best user experience"
72 Man who threatened to kill Ajit Pai's children pleads guilty, faces prison
73 Google celebrates a decade of Google Chrome, launches major redesign
74 Microsoft is finally going to make the Skype UI good for the things people use
75 Opportunity rover still MIA as dust settles on Mars
76 Humans can perform ghost imaging, no computer required
77 This lidar/camera hybrid could be a powerful addition to driverless cars
78 402 horsepower and "up to 200 miles'" range for electric Mercedes-Benz EQC
79 Madden NFL 19 shooting victim sues EA, claiming negligence
80 Russian space chief vows to find "full name" of technician who caused ISS leak
81 Theranos is finally dead, company to wind down
82 Goop settles lawsuit, can no longer make health claims about vaginal eggs
83 The First: Hulu's new series about a human mission to Mars feels pretty real
84 Google wants to get rid of URLs but doesn't know what to use instead
85 Bay Area: Join us 9/12 to learn about Oakland's unique approach to privacy
86 Flight from Dubai quarantined in NY amid mystery illness, 521 on board
87 Engineering tour de force births programmable optical quantum computer
88 Unpatched routers being used to build vast proxy army, spy on networks
89 Neutron-star merger blasted a jet of material through the debris
90 Japan acknowledges first radiation-linked death out of Fukushima
91 Amazon achieved a market value of $1,000,000,000,000
92 DOJ: We will examine social media firms that "may be hurting competition"
93 Your Low Carb Diet Won't Kill You, but It's Probably Not a Good Idea
94 First-Ever Observation of Higgs Boson Decay Opens New Doors for Particle Physics
95 One Conspiracy Theory at a Time: Flat-Earthers Don't Reject Climate Science
96 Cancer Warnings on Coffee Could 'Mislead' Consumers, FDA Says
97 How Did Opium Poppies Get Their Painkilling Properties?
98 Climate Change Could Drastically Change Ecosystems Around the World
99 Fireball Streaks Over Australia, and the Videos and Photos Will Amaze You
100 Reference: The International Date Line, Explained
101 Reference: Guillain-Barre Syndrome: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
102 Watch Utah Wildlife Officials Airdrop Thousands of Fish into a Lake
103 This Week's Strangest Science News
104 How Animal Venoms Are Helping to Treat a Wide Range of Medical Conditions
105 Starbucks' 'Healthier' Frappuccinos Still Have Nearly 50 Grams of Sugar
106 What Are the Most-Googled Wildlife Photos in Your State?
107 There Be Dragons: 6-Foot-Long Lizard Terrifies Florida Family
108 Google News Searches Aren't Politically Biased, but They Do like Mainstream Media
109 Harvard Printer Blasts Droplets with 100 Times Earth's Gravitational Force [Video]
110 How Could a Diabetes Drug Cause Severe Genital Infections?
111 Hundreds of King Bio Homeopathic Products Recalled Due to Risk of Bacterial Contamination
112 The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week