Watch the second trailer for Oliver Stone’s Snowden biopic

The second trailer for Oliver Stone’s Edward Snowden biopic debuted at San Diego Comic-Con today. The trailer starts off with Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Snowden in a now infamous Hong Kong hotel room, where he delivered to journalists a trove of classified NSA documents. In keeping with the first trailer — …

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Boobs are perfect safety devices, men determine

Two men: trauma surgeon Christian Kenfield and road safety engineer David Logan. One idea: boobs are a great safety device. The logic? Boobs. Sculptor Patricia Piccinini consulted with these two when she created “Graham,” a mutant doll who represents what humankind might look like if it evolved to be able to …

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Atomic memory could one day solve your storage problems

Data storage is rapidly becoming a major pain point in the technology industry, especially as our apps and media start to reach higher and higher sizes. Some modern day iPhone applications measure in gigabytes now, while a single 4K movie can easily take up hundreds of gigabytes of space. But new …

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The EFF is suing over one of the worst US copyright rules

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is attempting to overturn a US copyright provision that can stop people from doing anything from remixing videos to fixing cars. In a lawsuit filed today, it argues that the Digital Millennium Copyright Act’s rules against circumventing copy protection — designed to stop people from pirating …

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7 things we learned from our Mark Zuckerberg interview

We just published a huge interview with Mark Zuckerberg. It’s a long and in-depth conversation that revolves around the successful first flight of Facebook’s solar-powered drone, Aquila, and goes on to discuss Facebook’s plans for the next 10 years — from virtual reality, to promoting 5G internet, to Zuckerberg’s toast-making robot (yes, …

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