SpaceX gets FCC approval to provide satellite broadband – CNET

Elon Musk plans to deploy 4,425 small satellites in low-Earth orbit to provide internet service in remote areas.

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Tesla recalls 123,000 Model S cars over faulty steering bolt – Roadshow

No accidents and injuries have been reported in connection with the component, Tesla says.

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OECD Evaluates Application of In Vitro Methods for Human Hazard Assessment in OECD Testing Program for Safety of … – Nanotechnology News

OECD Evaluates Application of In Vitro Methods for Human Hazard Assessment in OECD Testing Program for Safety of …Nanotechnology NewsThe Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has published a March 23, 2018, report entitled Evaluation of in vitro methods for human hazard assessment applied in the OECD Testing Programme for the Safety of Manufactured …

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April Fools’ Day 2018: Web pranks already off and running – CNET

Your eyes and ears will deceive you this week as April Fools’ Day jokes roll out across the internet. Keep up with the best hoaxes, fakes and pranks of 2018.

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Inspiration for ‘Black Panther’ female warriors gets TV show – CNET

Sony joins with a Nigerian network to produce a television series about the 19th-century Dahomey Warriors, who inspired the Dora Milaje.

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CNET Asks: The new iPad vs. Chromebook? – CNET

Apple announced its newest iPad, a direct Chromebook competitor as part of its education initiative. Which would you rather purchase?

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Millions of MyFitnessPal accounts hacked, Under Armour says – CNET

Under Armour learned on Sunday that information from 150 million accounts had been scooped up late last month.

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Sugar-coated nanosheets developed to selectively target pathogens

Scientists have developed a process for creating ultrathin, self-assembling sheets of synthetic materials that can function like designer flypaper in selectively binding with viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens. The new platform could potentially be used to inactivate or detect pathogens.

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Scientists mix the unmixable to create ‘shocking’ nanoparticles

Making a giant leap in the ‘tiny’ field of nanoscience, a multi-institutional team of researchers is the first to create nanoscale particles composed of up to eight distinct elements generally known to be immiscible, or incapable of being mixed or blended together. The blending of multiple, unmixable elements into a unified, homogenous nanostructure, called a high entropy alloy nanoparticle, greatly expands the landscape of nanomaterials — and what we can do with them.

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Twisting graphene into spirals

Researchers report the successful synthesis of the smallest spring you’ve ever seen — hexa-peri-hexabenzo[7]helicene, or ‘helical nanographene’.

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