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    Every click, clack, and whoosh serves a specific purpose.

    Every beep and boop our devices make was produced by a team of user experience designers, software and hardware engineers, and sound designers.

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    Shower your friends with meteor facts.

    This weekend, if you head outside after sunset and it happens to be a clear night, look up. The sky will be putting on its annual production of the Perseids, and here at…

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    Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.

    What’s the weirdest thing you learned this week? Well, whatever it is, we promise you’ll have an even weirder answer if you listen to PopSci’s newest podcast.

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    Catch up on all the technology gossip without all the hype.

    Keep it real with your tech rumors.

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    They're the smallest soft robots of their kind.

    Harvard University's new peacock spider robot is less than an inch long, and it has some amazing properties.

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    You don’t have to travel far to create beautiful landscapes. These fifteen National Parks are visual playgrounds for photographers.

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    Without compromising your security.

    Free Wi-Fi is everywhere, yet it’s hard to actually find a hotspot when you really need one. Here’s how to do just that—without compromising your privacy.

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    The carcinogen is banned in 55 countries, but not here.

    The toxic construction material recently made the news amidst fears that the EPA is easing the way for an uptick in asbestos manufacturing.

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    It's a lot.

    Most of California’s hottest fires have burned since 2000—13 out of 20 total—as higher temperatures have made wildfires increasingly likely and destructive.

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    What the heck is a Space Force? We finally (sort of) know.

    In an announcement at the Pentagon on Thursday, Vice President Mike Pence, introduced by Defense Secretary James Mattis, outlined the basic structure of the…

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    And boy is it beautiful.

    One of the Caribbean’s most engrossing natural spectacles happens every summer and autumn, just after sunset, when shallow waters transform into a fantastic green light…

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    These are the reasons behind the controversial move.

    No new vehicles will be able to join ride-hailing networks like Uber and Lyft in the country’s biggest city.

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    Disconnect and relax.

    You're heading into the wild blue yonder—and you don't want to take your work, social media, and communication responsibilities with you. Here's how to truly…

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    The Parker Solar Probe is our first mission to "touch" the Sun

    Just like beachgoers looking to get a tan, NASA has its own date with the Sun this summer. On August 11, the agency will launch the Parker Solar Probe on a seven-year…

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    You see stars. They see worrying signs of confusion.

    Design experts say the new Space Force logos are derivative, trendy, and confused, much like the Space Force itself.

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    The end-of-week dispatch from PopSci's commerce editor. Vol. 53.

    My job is to find cool stuff. Throughout the week I spend hours scouring the web for things that are ingenious or clever or ridiculously cheap.

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    Woman looking at phone in dark blue light health

    The "blue screen of death" is taking on a whole new meaning.

    A new study shows the process by which blue light can lead to eye disease like macular degeneration. How will the consumer technology industry respond?

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    Nobody is making sure the kids are alright.

    A new study shows adolescent health programs in low-income countries receive just 1.6 percent of the funding that comes from the international community.

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