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Scientists help power plants predict jellyfish invasions

Brooks HaysBRISTOL, England, Oct. 11 (UPI) -- To prevent precautionary shutdowns, biologists at the University of Bristol are helping coastal power plants better predict the arrival of jellyfish swarms.
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How to set up Dashlane or LastPass and securely log in to services on all your devices; Joanna Stern explains.
Scientists have found a 100 million year old dinosaur tail trapped in amber.
“Once Upon a Time” only just closed it’s fall chapter but the ABC show’s creators already have some magical storylines up their sleeves. Following Sunday’s midseason finale, creators Adam Horowitz an
“Supernatural” Season 12 winter finale ended on a bleak note. Lucifer had inhabited the President’s body and after Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki) sent him back to hell, the
The Israeli parliament Knesset postponed Wednesday a vote on a controversial bill that would ban mosques from using loudspeakers to announce the Islamic call to prayer. The bill, dubbed as the “muezz
The crystal was identified by researchers at the University of Florence, Caltech and Princeton. The material came from a meteorite found in the Khatyrka region.
Cybersecurity Ventures predicts global annual cyber-crime costs will grow from $3 trillion in 2015 to $6 trillion annually by 2021.
Tiny crustaceans previously recorded at two locations in the British Isles are found in a loch near Kinross.
As 2016 draws to an end, smartphone enthusiasts have much to look forward to in the coming year. Smartphone technology grows by leaps and bounds every year and 2017 isn't going to be any different. 
Silly Putty is not just a kids’ toy, especially if you add graphene to it. The material is already a very soft plastic, and behaves like both a liquid and a solid, and when mixed with the conductive
Meet the luxury personal shoppers stuffing billionaire stockings with one-of-a-kind Christmas gifts.
Anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders was convicted of hate speech by a Dutch court Thursday, but no penalty was imposed on the  populist leader accused of insulting a group and inciting discrimination
From dance-diva pop to honky-tonk country to southern glam, you gotta catch 'em all. The post 8 Great Albums You Might Have Missed this Year appeared first on WIRED.
Machine learning has laid down the fundamental groundwork for deep learning to evolve.
The game's director says he will patch up 'Final Fantasy XV'"s absurdly terrible Chapter 13. He should leave it in all its awful glory. The post Please Don’t Take Final Fantasy XV‘s Worst Level Away
The Outline's user interface is fashionably opaque---mysterious enough to keep you engaged, but not so impenetrable that it turns you away. The post The Outline’s Bizarre Design Actually Makes a Lot
It's stunning to see. It's also shocking. The post The Disturbing Beauty of Oil Spills and Industrial Waste appeared first on WIRED.
Whether he knows it or not, Trump's tweets affect everything from geopolitics to the stock market to the private lives of individual Americans. The post Sorry America, You Have to Pay Attention to Tr
Oil pollution in US waters didn't end with Deepwater Horizons. Small spills are a chronic problem, and their impact is cumulative. The post Thousands of Invisible Oil Spills Are Destroying The Gulf a
Mr. Levchin’s upbringing in Ukraine while it was part of the Soviet Union had a profound effect on how he approaches leadership.
Email, phone, social media and forums are the four biggest channels through which Local Government departments collect citizen data.
It's going to take years to move past Mirai, the botnet that's causing havoc online. The post The Botnet That Broke the Internet Isn't Going Away appeared first on WIRED.
The Syrian government has resumed fighting in certain areas of besieged Aleppo after a brief humanitarian pause, rebel groups said Friday. Syrian soldiers backed by Russian warplanes have reclaimed a
A black civil rights activist, who challenged racial segregation in Canada in the 1940s, will be the first Canadian woman to be featured on the country’s $10 bill, Finance Minister Bill Morneau annou
Microsoft has clarified a timeframe for when you’ll be able to use desktop Photoshop on your Qualcomm-powered mobile.
Facebook is partnering with Samsung to let the general public test out virtual reality (VR) gear. “(This) is a perfect introduction for people who have never tried VR before. The experience is free t
A Turkish hacking group has turned web attacks into a game by rewarding people who successfully hit designated targets.
Always-online is counter intuitive to the concept of mobile gaming – and Nintendo isn't helping itself.
ABC TV series “Designated Survivor” finally clued President Tom Kirkman (Kiefer Sutherland) in to the conspiracy that is brewing inside the White House. Seeing blueprints of a Capitol bombing simulat
The iPhone 7S is on its way and we're collecting all the news and rumors.
The incredible virtual console was created by Seattle-based YouTuber and video game expert Seth Bling using around 2,000 Minecraft blocks.
Millions of dollars in royalties for tracks with unknown owners will be distributed by YouTube.
Researchers are trying to get AI to understand speech from audio input just like humans.

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