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Divide and conquer: Pitting pathogens against each other helps fight drug resistance

Bacteria are becoming increasingly resistant to our best drugs and antibiotics, and if we aren't careful we could prescribe ourselves into a future where even the most routine treatments and surgeries become deadly again.

Deloitte’s tech predictions for 2018: More AI, digital subscriptions, AR, and live events

Accounting and tech consultant Deloitte released its predictions for the technology industry in 2018, covering topics from the growth of augmented reality to the triumph of live programming on the Internet.

Ultrasound-powered prosthetic allows amputee to play the piano

Musician Jason Barnes had part of his arm amputated in 2012, but with the help of a team at Georgia Tech led by prosthetics researcher Gil Weinberg he has found new ways to keep honing his music skills.

Ataribox preorders and crowdfunding campaign open on December 14

Atari will start taking preorders for its Ataribox game console starting December 14. The New York company will also start its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo.

Bitcoin futures suggest price gains to slow down

(Reuters) — Newly launched bitcoin futures on Monday suggested that traders expect the cryptocurrency’s blistering price gains to slow in the coming months, even as it blasted above $17,000 to a fresh record high in the spot market.

Britain's tallest mountain is in Antarctica

Researchers have discovered that Britain's highest mountain isn't in Britain. A recent cartographic survey by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has found that Mount Hope, at an elevation of 3,239 m (10,654 ft) above sea level, is not only the highest mountain in the British Antarctic Territory (BAT), but in any British territory.

American, Asian and European wind farming could take a serious hit from climate change

According to new climate modeling data, the Northern hemisphere's wind farms could see a dramatic downturn in productivity over the next hundred years, as climate change disrupts some of the key drivers that shape the world's wind patterns.

Watch Rocket Lab try a second time to fly its rocket to orbit

In the next few days, US spaceflight startup Rocket Lab is set to launch its experimental Electron rocket for the second time — a test flight that will validate if the vehicle is ready for sending small commercial payloads to orbit.

Potential "master switch" could help immune system fight cancer

Immunotherapy is the new revolution in cancer treatment. As scientists discover new ways to adapt, or amplify, the body's natural defenses it opens the door to the development of better weapons to destroy tumors and kill cancers.

Amazon Web Services opens second region in China

Amazon Web Services announced the general availability of its second Chinese cloud region today, providing customers with another environment.

The FCC and FTC announce partnership to watch the internet burn

A draft agreement announced by the FCC and FTC today outlines how the agencies will work together after net neutrality is killed.

Kreator Tools

KreatorTools is a fun side-project and a web app that curates all the tools that you can use to learn & build virtually anything- from an application, robot, logo, business cards to whatever else that you can think of and you can sort the list of tools based on your technical expertise or the kind of the stuff you’re looking to create.

Thrustmaster’s Xbox One HOTAS joystick is excellent if you love Elite Dangerous

The traditional two-analog gamepad is a versatile input tool, but when it comes to something like a flight simulator, nothing beats having a joystick and a throttle.

Marine life can tear a single plastic bag into 1.75 million tiny pieces

Considering we pump millions of tons of plastic into the oceans every year, there is a hell of a lot we don't know about its whereabouts and its impact on the marine environment.

Juno reveals the roots of Jupiter's Great Red Spot

The Great Red Spot, a gigantic storm of crimson clouds bigger than the Earth, has been raging on Jupiter's surface for centuries.

Human trials of Huntington’s drug offers hope for new gene-silencing treatments

The first human trial examining the safety of a drug designed to reduce the levels of a corrupted protein that is responsible for the devastating effects of Huntington's disease has proven a success.

Atari plans to open preorders for its Ataribox home console this Thursday

Preorders for the Ataribox, the classic game company’s take on a NES Classic retro console, are slated to go live this Thursday, according to a report from CNET citing an email from Atari sent out today to interested consumers.

President Trump orders NASA back to the Moon

US astronauts are headed back to the Moon after President Donald J. Trump ordered NASA to focus on manned space missions.

AR isn’t a gimmick — it’s a savior for local retail

GUEST: 3 ways that AR could save retail When new technology platforms emerge, traditional retail typically gets disrupted — and often in painful ways.

Apple now lets you preorder apps in the App Store

Apple has launched a simple but useful new feature for the App Store: the ability to preorder apps and have them automatically download upon their release.