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A new human-led epoch: Scientists recommend officially declaring the Anthropocene - CNET
The impact the human race has had on the Earth is so intense that scientists are recommending we move on from the Holocene and into a new epoch.
Your dog understands what you say and how you say it - CNET
Thought you could trick your dog by saying mean things in a nice tone? Think again.
Pokemon Go player bans reversed by Niantic - CNET
Players who used add-on maps to show nearby Pokemon in Pokemon Go are having their account bans reversed.
Lightning storm kills over 300 deer in Norway - CNET
It's the biggest group of deer that has ever been killed by lightning in a single storm.
Megaupload founder's extradition appeal to be livestreamed - CNET
The world can follow along with internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom's extradition appeal almost in real-time, a New Zealand judge has ruled.
Pokemon's Eevee coming to Build-a-Bear - CNET
Build-a-Bear used Eevee! It's super effective!
How to film the perfect burger drop, the robot way - CNET
If you've ever wondered how burger commercials achieve the perfect bounce, one director has given us a glance behind the scenes.
The Juno probe has completed its first Jupiter flyby - CNET
The spacecraft entered Jovian orbit in July, and has now completed the first of 36 flybys of the solar system's giant.
Alphabet exec David Drummond leaves Uber's board amid overlap concerns - CNET
Exec who helped oversee Google's early investment in the startup leaves as conflict of interest concerns mount.
This dongle will let you know if your car is about to breakdown - Roadshow
The only catch is, right now it only works on Toyota, Nissan and Honda cars.
​New Crowdsource app lets you work for Google for free - CNET
With Google's new Android app, you can help the company translate languages, understand handwriting and keep its shareholders happy.
With PlayStation Now coming to Windows, could consoles get replaced by the cloud? (Open_Tab) - CNET
Is it possible that the battle between Microsoft's Xbox and Sony's PlayStation systems could come to an end thanks to streaming services like PlayStation Now?
AmazonFresh appears to fix 'Buy It Again' bug - CNET
Amazon stops recommending customers repurchase certain food items at inflated prices, following a scoop from CNET.
Apple said to be planning Mac lineup refresh, iPad upgrades - CNET
The company's tablets will get support for the company's stylus, according to Bloomberg.
​Say bye-bye to spinning rust: Soon most PCs won't have hard drives - CNET
By 2018, more than half of computers will store data on memory chips instead, analyst firm TrendForce expects.
FTC's data-throttling suit against AT&T dismissed - CNET
The wireless carrier prevails in court but could still face a $100 million fine from another agency, the FCC.
Facebook's Trending Topics hits turmoil over fake news story - CNET
The social network promoted a fake news story over the weekend about Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly. It's the latest in a string of controversies the Trending Topics feature has faced.
It took 1,000 hours to 3D print and build this awesome life-size Stargate - CNET
This impressive replica took over 2,000 parts and 1,000 hours to create, without any help from distant aliens.
Another reason to keep your tires properly inflated: Wildfires - Roadshow
One woman's insistence on driving on the rim actually started a pretty gnarly wildfire in California.
R.I.P. Gene Wilder, who brought both chocolate and meme factories to life - CNET
The legendary comedian dazzled on screen in the 1960s and '70s and continued to play a starring role in viral memes online in recent years.
This new battery innovation could speed EV charging, extend range - Roadshow
Researchers at Northwestern University believe they've constructed a material that encompasses the best of both batteries and supercapacitors.
What to expect when Apple reveals the iPhone 7 on Sept. 7 - CNET
Apple has set the date for its iPhone 7 event, where the company may also debut a new Apple Watch. Here's what the next models could hold in store.
Watch Apple's next iPhone unveiling via live stream September 7 - CNET
Enjoy the upcoming long holiday weekend, but then get ready to mourn the possible end of the headphone jack. Watch it all unfold live next Wednesday at 10 a.m. PT.
See what's inside those shrieking rubber chickens from hell - CNET
There's a secret hidden inside every squawking chicken toy, and the team behind YouTube channel What's Inside is determined to find it.
Can a Galaxy Note 7 frozen in ice survive a 100-foot drop? - CNET
Watch as Samsung's large-screen phone gets the ultimate durability test with only ice to protect it from an impressive height.
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