Snapchat Finally Admitted It’s Really Confusing – Slate Magazine


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Snapchat Finally Admitted It's Really Confusing
Slate Magazine
This week, for the first time, Snap admitted what millions of people over the age of 30 have known for years: Its app is really, really confusing. Will Oremus. Will Oremus is Slate's senior technology writer. Email him at will.oremus@slate.com or
Here's What Snapchat's Desperate Gamble on a Redesign Allegedly Looks LikeGizmodo


Snapchat's huge redesign will reportedly arrive next monthEngadget
New looks come to Snapchat and Twitter in bid for more usersMinneapolis Star Tribune
NDTV –Mashable –Digital Trends –MIT Technology Review
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Let’s All Calm Down and Make Sense of That Antarctic Mantle Plume – Gizmodo


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Let's All Calm Down and Make Sense of That Antarctic Mantle Plume
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Three decades ago, scientists began to study the possibility that there was a plume of hot rock coming up from the mantle, heating parts of Western Antarctica. Back in September, researchers published results of a model showing how such a plume might …
NASA Discovers Mantle Plume Almost as Hot as Yellowstone Supervolcano That's Melting Antarctica From BelowNewsweek


Study bolsters theory of heat source under AntarcticaPhys.Org
A Massive Heat Source Was Just Discovered Under Antarctica, Driving Ice Melt And VolcanismForbes
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Scientists Grew Totally New Skin for a 7-Year-Old Boy and Saved His Life – TIME


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Scientists Grew Totally New Skin for a 7-Year-Old Boy and Saved His Life
TIME
A group of European researchers used stem cell therapy to grow replacement skin for a seven-year-old boy, potentially opening the door to a new class of stem cell treatments in the future. Since birth, the young patient had suffered skin lesions and
80 Percent of Patient's Skin Replaced With Genetically-Modified GraftsDiscover Magazine (blog)



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9-year-old boy with rare disease now has engineered skin covering 80% of his body – Los Angeles Times


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9-year-old boy with rare disease now has engineered skin covering 80% of his body
Los Angeles Times
For a soccer-playing, holiday-loving boy on the brink of death from a rare inherited skin disease, doctors have accomplished a feat of genetic engineering, surgical stamina and raw nerve. Infections arising from blisters and sores had destroyed 60% of
'Butterfly child' given life-saving skinBBC News


Genetically Altered Skin Saves A Boy Dying Of A Rare DiseaseNPR
Boy with rare disease gets new skin with gene therapyFox News
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Harry Potter AR Game Confirmed By Pokemon Go Developer – GameSpot


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Harry Potter AR Game Confirmed By Pokemon Go Developer
GameSpot
After the massive success of Pokemon Go, developer Niantic Labs has its sights set on a new blockbuster franchise. The company has confirmed it's making a game called Harry Potter: Wizards Unite and, like Pokemon Go and its other title Ingress, it will
Niantic will follow up 'Pokemon Go' with a 'Harry Potter' AR game in 2018BGR


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No, Niantic Isn't Making a Harry Potter Version of Pokémon GoGizmodo
Niantic, Inc. –TechCrunch
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‘Zombie’ star survived going supernova – BBC News


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'Zombie' star survived going supernova
BBC News
It's the celestial equivalent of a horror film adversary: a star that just wouldn't stay dead. When most stars go supernova, they die in a single blast, but astronomers have found a star that survived not one, but five separate explosions. The "zombie
Scientists on new supernova: WTF have we been looking at?Ars Technica


'The strangest supernova we've ever seen': A star that keeps exploding — and survivingWashington Post
'Zombie' star won't die, even after explodingCNN
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Future is Set to Feature on a Song With Taylor Swift & Ed Sheeran

Taylor Swift unveiled the track list for her forthcoming album Reputation, and it came as a surprise to many that it featured Future on a track with Ed Sheeran. 3 days until #reputation A post shared by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Nov 7, 2017 at 6:52pm PST It’s certainly an interesting collaboration but Future is no […]

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Uber Partners With NASA to Help Develop Flying Taxis, Wants to Have Demos in LA by 2020 – KTLA


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Uber Partners With NASA to Help Develop Flying Taxis, Wants to Have Demos in LA by 2020
KTLA
Uber has partnered with NASA to help it develop air traffic management systems for its flying taxi initiatives, chief product officer Jeff Holden said on Wednesday. Holden made the announcement at Web Summit, a technology conference in Lisbon. A
Uber's 'flying cars' could arrive in LA by 2020 — and here's what it'll be like to ride oneThe Verge


Data Sheet—At Long Last, Flying Cars Are on the Way (Probably)Fortune
Is Uber Seriously Promising Flying Cars in 3 Years?Slate Magazine (blog)
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