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Google Searches Can Track Dengue Virus in Mexico


An analytical tool that combines Google search data with government-provided clinical data can quickly and accurately track dengue fever in less-developed countries.

Mankind Is One Step Closer to the Real Life Iron Man Jetpack That Actually Flies


Red Bull has teamed up with Richard M. Browning an ex-Royal Marine reservist and dedicated athlete to make the vision of Tony Stark a reality.

Study Finds Explosion in Fake News on Social Media

Washington Post

Campaigns to manipulate public opinion through false or misleading social media postings have become standard political practice across much of the world, with information ministries, specialized military units and political operatives shaping the flow of information in dozens of countries.

Hackers, Activists Team Up to Create App to Help Mexican Independent Candidates

Agencia EFE

Hackers and political activists have banded together to develop an app aimed at helping independent candidates gather the signatures needed on a petition to get on the ballot in Mexico.

NASA Can’t Afford to Put Humans on the Planet Mars

Newsweek Tech & Science

Colonizing Mars has long captivated the human imagination, and NASA is no exception. But there remains a major problem standing between mankind and the red planet: money.

The Young Turks: How Technology Giants Are Fighting to Protect the Internet

The Young Turks

Technology giants like Amazon, Spotify, Reddit, Facebook, Google, Twitter, and many others are have rallied in a so-called “day of action” in support of net neutrality.

App Turns Mexico Women’s Phones Into Panic Buttons

Agence France-Presse

The Mexican city of Juarez has been dubbed “the capital of murdered women.” Hundreds of women have been raped, killed and dumped in the desert, or simply disappeared without a trace. Now the city is fighting back by launching an application that turns women’s cell phones into panic buttons.

Aztez, a 2D Beat-Em-Up Strategy Game Set in Ancient Mexico, Is Coming in August

PC Gamer

The goal of Aztez is to build and maintain a great Aztec empire. Diplomacy is obviously part of that, but more often than not you’re going to run into people who just don’t want to play ball. That’s where the Aztez come in.

Whether You Like It or Not, Food-Bots Are on the Rise


Various technologies can produce an ever-growing list of common choices like salads, sandwiches, hamburgers, and many other multi-ingredient foods with a gourmet focus.

’Show Me Your Papers’ Becomes ’Open Your Eyes’ as Borderland Sheriffs Expand Iris Surveillance

The Intercept

Iris recognition is just the latest surveillance technology helping fortify what the White House hopes will make up a “digital wall,” a concept that many border sheriffs view as less intrusive than Trump’s envisioned 30-foot barricade stretching from Texas to California.

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