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Here are humanity’s best ideas on how to store energy
The plans, the prototypes, the power-pumping: These batteries are hints ...

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Mars’ underground brine could be a good source of oxygen
Lab device splits water efficiently in Martian conditions.

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Zoom lied to users about end-to-end encryption for years, FTC says
Democrats blast FTC/Zoom settlement because users won't get compensation.

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Quietly, Japan has established itself as a power in the aerospace industry | Ars Technica
On SpaceX: "We are very much confident to compete against them.”

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The secret to champagne’s universal appeal is the physics of bubbles | Ars Technica
"Come quickly brothers, I am drinking stars!" —Dom Perignon, 17th-centur...

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Mickey Mouse will be public domain soon—here’s what that means | Ars Technica
The Internet stopped another copyright extension without firing a shot.

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From Uncharted to Obra Dinn: Lucas Pope dishes on his illustrious game-dev career | Ars Technica
Ars chats at length with the creator of Papers, Please in his current ho...

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Instagram just threw users of its embedding API under the bus
People may need to get permission before embedding someone else's Instag...

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WhatsApp gives users an ultimatum: Share data with Facebook or stop using the app
The Facebook-owned messenger with 2 billion users revamps its privacy po...

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Epic undercuts Steam with new store that gives devs more money | Ars Technica
New storefront will take 12% of a game's revenues, rather than Steam's 30%.

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“Is curing patients a sustainable business model?” Goldman Sachs analysts ask | Ars Technica
Analyst report notes that Gilead’s hep C cure will make less than $4 bil...

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France seizes France.com from man who’s had it since ‘94, so he sues | Ars Technica
Jean-Noël Frydman: "If it happened to me, it can happen to anyone."...

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