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How Jurassic Park led to the modernization of dinosaur paleontology

Paleontologist Steve Brusatte loves Jurassic Park. Without it, he jokes, he wouldn’t even have a job. So he’s not going to criticize all the inaccuracies in the Hollywood franchise. But he’s also studied dinosaurs his whole life (real ones, with feathers), so he loves talking about giant creatures that ruled …

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7 new trailers you should watch this week

I know watching movies on plane screens is supposed to be a cinematic sin, but there’s also something great about using a flight to catch movies you might have otherwise skipped over when given a wider library to pick from on land. The tough part is picking out something that’ll …

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Weekend deals on Razer laptops, an LG soundbar, and more

The best time to buy gadgets during the summer is usually around July 4th or Amazon Prime Day, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a few sales worth checking out in the meantime. Razer is offering special weekend sale on a few of its Razer Blade gaming-focused laptops. While every …

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Sony's A7 III Mirrorless Camera Flaunts Its Sensor Smarts

Crack open some of today’s best compact cameras and you’ll find Sony sensors embedded in their guts. However, the Japanese giant hoards its best work for its own Alpha line of mirrorless cameras. The latest, Sony’s A7 III, has a 24-megapixel, full-frame CMOS sensor that’s the stuff of a silicon …

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Fitbit's latest fitness tracker lets you monitor your kids

The government’s latest research shows that 18.5% of American children age 2-19 are now obese, a number that has more than tripled since the 1970s. Why? You name it. Bigger portion sizes, daily soft drinks, more junk food, families eating out more often, ubiquitous high-fructose corn syrup, increased stress—and, towering over all …

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