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Meta Begins Default End-to-End Encryption Tests on Facebook Messenger

The company has reportedly said the privacy boost is unrelated to a widely publicized Nebraska abortion case, but the timing is certainly interesting.

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Parasite-Style Basement Apartments Will Be Banned in Seoul After Flood Deaths

Intense rains and overwhelming floods killed at least 11 people in South Korea's capital this week.

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Is The Great Barrier Reef Healing?

Parts of the Great Barrier Reef have more coral cover than they’ve had in decades. It might not be enough.

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Mad Max: Furiosa Set Pictures Reveal Anya Taylor-Joy's Young Hero

Plus: the long-awaited return of Ouija Shark and his new co-star. Tarot Gator.

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Artemis 1 and the First Launch of NASA’s Megarocket: What to Know

The maiden voyage of SLS is set for August 29, kicking off NASA's return to the Moon and setting the stage for crewed missions.

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Tag Heuer's New Smartwatch Can Adjust the Heating and Air Conditioning in Your Porsche

The smartwatch can also display the vehicle's mileage, and estimated range before the next charge or fill-up.

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North Korea Declares Victory Against Covid-19 Pandemic

North Korea also said South Korea had intentionally spread the virus and suggested Kim Jong Un was recently sick.

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FundamentalVR's Surgery Simulation Will Make You Thank God for Trained Surgeons

FundamentalVR raised $20 million in funding for its mixed approach of powerful graphics, haptic feedbacks, and AI to accelerate surgery training.

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The Vesper Trailer Reveals a Glimpse of a Climate-Ravaged Future

A teenager tries to revive a dying Earth in what looks like a visually stunning sci-fi epic.

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A Linux Zero-Day Was Finally Patched After Half Decade of Inaction

Google said the exploit, located in a garbage collection mechanism within the Linux kernel, was first reported by developers in 2016.