A Rainbow Unicorn Wants to Transform Biology Publishing

Important biological discoveries have arrived with the same old-fashioned fanfare for the last three centuries. After months, maybe years of research, a paper will wind its way through the peer review process and land in the pages of (hopefully) a high tier journal: a Nature, a Science, a Cell. Picturing …

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LG Goes Modular With Its New Flagship Phone

For years, we all pointed at LG’s flagship phones and talked about their innovative designs. Most famous—and polarizing—was LG’s decision to place the power button and volume rocker on the back of the phone, directly beneath your index finger. With the just-announced G5, LG has given us something else to …

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Facebook Will Open Source Wireless Gear to Forge a 5G World

A year ago, when he appeared onstage at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Mark Zuckerberg painted Facebook as a friend of the world’s wireless carriers—not a foe. Sure, Facebook was building drones, satellites, and lasers as a way of bringing wireless service to all those people on Earth who …

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Oral-B’s App-Enabled Toothbrush Exposes Your Poor Hygiene

BARCELONA, SPAIN—What would the world be like if your toothbrush knew which parts of your mouth were underserved by your tooth-brushing? Enter the Oral-B Genius, a new generation of electric brush with location tracking technology. Yes, you read that correctly: Location. Tracking. Technology. The Genius is making its debut here …

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