Astronomers glimpse cosmic dawn, when the stars switched on – Savannah Morning News


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Astronomers glimpse cosmic dawn, when the stars switched on
Savannah Morning News
This image provided by the National Science Foundation shows a timeline of the universe. Scientists have detected a signal from 180 million years after the Big Bang when the earliest stars began glowing. The findings were published on Wednesday, Feb
Astronomers discover signal from 'cosmic dawn'Christian Science Monitor


Astronomers May Have Just Detected the Universe's First StarsSmithsonian
Astronomers Spot Signal From Universe's First Stars, Hint At Dark Matter's Influence On Early UniverseThe Inquisitr
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Twitter Now Allows You to Bookmark Tweets to Read Later

We’ve all been there before, you’re scrolling on Twitter and come across a seemingly funny video, an interesting article, or popular meme that you can’t quite watch or read at the moment. So you like the tweet or DM it to yourself for later, but then later never comes because you’ve forgotten all about it! […]

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Jaguar’s New Electric SUV Aims to End Tesla’s Luxury EV Monopoly – WIRED


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Jaguar's New Electric SUV Aims to End Tesla's Luxury EV Monopoly
WIRED
When it introduced the Model S in 2012, Tesla created an entirely new segment in the auto industry: the luxury electric car. It has dominated the space ever since, but now, the auto industry is catching up, and fielding rivals that should challenge
Jaguar Unveils Luxury All-Electric SUVFortune


2019 Jaguar I-Pace packs 240 miles of range, AWD performanceCNET
Jaguar just debuted its stunning all-electric SUV arriving this year — and Tesla should be nervousBusiness Insider
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Facebook to End News Feed Experiment in 6 Countries That Magnified Fake News – New York Times


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Facebook to End News Feed Experiment in 6 Countries That Magnified Fake News
New York Times
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook said on Thursday that it would end an experiment in six countries that separated posts from news sites and publishers from other material on the social network. News organizations in the countries, including Slovakia, Sri
Facebook ends its experiment with the alternative “explore” news feedTechCrunch


Facebook Ditches Plan for 2 Separate News FeedsPCMag
Facebook is ending its terrible Explore Feed experimentQuartz
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Twitter: We Know the Platform Is Toxic, Please Help Us Fix – PCMag


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Twitter: We Know the Platform Is Toxic, Please Help Us Fix
PCMag
Twitter knows it has a problem, and it's looking for help. On Thursday, CEO Jack Dorsey confessed that his company failed to predict that Twitter would become a haven for harassment, abuse, and propaganda campaigns. And now that it's a reality, he's
Twitter is asking the public to help measure how toxic it isThe Verge


Twitter seeks help measuring 'health' of its worldPhys.Org
Twitter CEO asks for help in fixing its toxic environmentNBCNews.com
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Vladimir Putin: Russia Has Invincible Nuclear Weapons

President Vladimir Putin announced an array of new nuclear weapons on Thursday, in one of his most bellicose speeches in years, saying they could hit almost any point in the world and evade a U.S.-built missile shield. Putin was speaking ahead of an election on March 18 that polls indicate he should win easily. He […]

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Watch a bus-size asteroid buzz Earth to start the weekend – CNET


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Watch a bus-size asteroid buzz Earth to start the weekend
CNET
A bus-size asteroid this week will zip by us at a distance that's less than a third of the length between the Earth and the moon. You can watch the sassy space rock, named 2018 DV1, whip past us right here starting late Thursday or early Friday
How to watch the asteroid that's about to get closer to Earth than the moonQuartz


WATCH: Bus-sized Asteroid 2018 DV1 as it approaches Earth THIS MORNINGExpress.co.uk
Bus-sized asteroid heading for Earth will pass closer than the moonDaily Star
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