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    iCloud Drive

    Free up some spare room.

    As your cloud storage fills up with files, you might feel the urge to pay for more space. Ignore it. Instead, clear out the junk taking up room in your account.

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    a crocodile with a fin

    The 180 million-year-old fossil points to a missing link.

    An ancient fossil fills a missing link in the crocodile family tree—where they branched out and either evolved into armored creatures with limbs made for walking, or…

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    a doctor talks to her patient

    News on upticks in STD rates is troubling—but no, we can't blame Tinder.

    The United States' rise in STD diagnoses isn't a sign of moral decline, it's a public health failure of epic proportions.

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    This $60 mouse has the same motion tracking skills as pro gaming inputs.

    Logitech's 6305 wireless gaming mouse is a solid performer in a plastic body.

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    Cold Brew Gear

    Supplies for keeping your cool (and buzz) all summer long.

    Cold-brew coffee is an effective way to keep your cool (and your buzz) all summer long. Read on for our tips.

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    mars helicopter

    One small flight for drones

    The Mars 2020 rover will have a flying companion—a helicopter designed to take short flights on Mars.

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    Lidar self driving car

    MIT is working on autonomous cars that don't need good maps.

    If you hope to ride in a driverless car someday, chances are that the trip will take place in an urban area. But MIT is focusing on the country.

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    We're still figuring out how the bugs in your gut make you sniffle.

    While there’s evidence to suggest that the bacteria that live inside our guts play a key role in our immune systems, there’s no evidence that any individual probiotic…

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    Laurel or Yanny?

    We asked some scientists to weigh in on this viral ear-worm.

    Some hear a deep rich voice saying "Laurel." Others hear a tinny voice delivering "Yanny." Which do you hear? Which is correct? We talked to some scientists who…

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    dog yellow flowers

    The allergy aisle can be confusing.

    The allergy aisle is filled with products purporting to be your springtime savior. “All day relief!” “Non-drowsy!” “Indoor and outdoor!” But wait, hang on—are indoor and…

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    Give new life to an old machine.

    When your old computer starts slowing down, you don't have to spend big on a new one. First, try to boost its performance with one of these affordable upgrades.

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  • 05/16/18--09:26: Is the net still neutral?
  • Wondering if Net Neutrality is still in place? Here's your answer.

    Net Neutrality is in trouble, but it still has a fighting chance. Here are the important dates and developments about the rules that govern the internet.

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    an enema kit with a bellows

    Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.

    On this week's episode of The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week, three PopSci editors go on a curiosity voyage that starts with tobacco enemas and ends with an…

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    Chinese characters on pottery

    Updated carbon dating techniques helped, too.

    An inscription on ancient shipwrecked artifacts pushes back the date of the shipwreck by 100 years.

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    Any implement that shortens the time it takes to eat pie or guacamole is OK with us.

    Before you can enjoy culinary delights like guacamole and cherry pie, you first have to endure the tedious and finger-numbing process of pit removal. These things make…

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    a baby drinking a glass of water

    Will Scott Pruitt release it ahead of next week’s summit on harmful chemicals in water?

    The Environmental Protection Agency has been in the news a lot lately, thanks in large part to its administrator, Scott Pruitt. The latest issue hits close to home.

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    Existing just to have sex is a solid evolutionary strategy.

    The humble antechinus has been making headlines recently because, well, it has so much sex that it dies. This is not an evolutionary flaw. It is, in fact, a feature of…

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  • 05/17/18--06:30: How to avoid ingrown hairs
  • father son shaving

    Welcome to summer, the season of red, pus-filled bumps.

    In our quest to become smooth and hairless, many of us end up the opposite: Our recently shorn hairs grow into the skin, causing red bumps. Yes, we’re talking about…

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    The future of allergy treatment could be as easy as brushing your teeth.

    Weekly immunotherapy shots are the gold standard for allergy desensitization. But one allergist wants to change that—with toothpaste.

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    Cradle of Humankind

    To find fossils from humanity’s origins, these scientists must first lower themselves down a 40-foot-long cave chute.

    To find fossils from humanity’s origins, these scientists must first lower themselves down a 40-foot-long chute. “It’s not a normal commute,” says paleoanthropologist…

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