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SpaceX Wants You to Start Saving for a Trip to Mars


With SpaceX’s most recent success, Mars enthusiasts and billionaires alike are buzzing to get to the Red Planet, and Elon Musk wants hundreds of thousands of their sweet Earthling dollars to do that.

DarkPulse Technologies Proposes US-Mexico Border Wall Immune to Tampering, Attack

An Arizona company has submitted a bid to help create a U.S.-Mexico border wall that is immune to both tampering and attacks.

Twitter Creates 'Lite' Version for Data-Starved Users


Twitter Inc is launching a faster version of its mobile service aimed at people with sporadic connections or little data on their smartphone plans.

Youth-Led 'Notifica' Phone App Alerts Undocumented Immigrants of ICE Raids

Normangee Star

Called “Notifica”, the new app will allow illegal aliens to send a single notification to up to 15 people people at a time letting them know they’ve been apprehended by ICE.

3 Ways Bitcoin Is Promoting Freedom in Latin America


bitcoin is allowing Venezuelans to circumvent capital controls, Brazilians to get around tariffs - and might one day improve Latin America’s overall business climate.

These Eco-Friendly Recycled Shipping Containers Are Actually Sustainable Farms


Square Roots’ 40-foot shipping containers house eco-friendly, self-contained farms. They produce tons of nutrient-rich food, and they use less water than your shower.

Apps Look to Boost Debate on Corruption in Mexico


Teaching kids anti-corruption values, comparing politicians and reporting corrupt public works? In Mexico, there’s an app for that.

SpaceX Makes History with Launch and Landing of a Used Falcon 9 Rocket


In a flight that could revolutionize the future of space missions, SpaceX successfully launched a communications satellite into orbit Thursday using a rocket that was previously sent into space and recovered intact instead of being allowed to burn up or crash into the ocean.

Dems Want GOP to Pay for Attacking Internet Rules

Wochit Politics

Congressional Republicans drew blood this week by voting to repeal the FCC’s Obama-era broadband privacy rules.

Here's Why It's Impossible to Scan or Photocopy Today's Paper Money

Business Insider

Starting in 1996 the government started adding a pattern on paper money that most modern photocopiers and scanners can catch. This pattern makes it impossible to copy.

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