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The Carnegie Council Calls for Global Governance to Regulate Geoengineering

December 15, 2017 By Derrick Broze As the Carnegie Council calls for global governance to umpire meridian engineering, advocates and opponents of the controversial record ready for a appearing policy debate.  On Dec 8, the Carnegie Council expelled an letter pursuit for policymakers to deposit resources into formulating new forms …

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Microsoft forced users to install a cue manager with a vicious flaw

reader comments 88 For almost two weeks, Microsoft sensitively forced some Windows 10 computers to install a cue manager with a browser plugin that contained a vicious disadvantage almost matching to one disclosed 16 months ago that allows websites to steal passwords, a researcher pronounced Friday. Google Project Zero researcher …

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Residential, application solar designation falls due to investment trends, Tesla

reader comments 46 The third entertain of 2017 has been an scarcely delayed one for the solar industry, according to a report from GTM Research expelled on Thursday. US solar installations fell to their lowest altogether turn given 2015, and residential and utility-scale solar projects fell entertain over quarter. The …

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It’s happening: Aliens are sharpened up human space stations in Elite Dangerous [Updated]

reader comments 99 Thargoids. If you’re a regular Elite Dangerous player, you know the name—they’re the puzzling insectoid Big Bad Guys of the Elite star that series co-creator David Braben has been teasing us with for a few years now. As distant back as early 2015, Braben has been responding the steady …

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Sorry, PlayerUnknown, you substantially can’t stop Battlegrounds‘ copycats

reader comments 121 In the months given PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds became an out-of-nowhere top-selling hit, the Battle Royale genre of last-man-standing free-for-alls has been surging in popularity. Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene, though, says he isn’t too happy with the line-up of “copycats” that have followed in Battlegrounds’ wake. “There’s no egghead skill …

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Tango down: Google’s first AR plan strictly shuts down Mar 1

reader comments 16 Now that Google’s newest protracted reality project, ARCore, is out and functioning, the company is prepared to acknowledge that its old protracted reality project—Tango—is dead. Google took to Twitter currently to announce that Tango support would be close down on Mar 1, 2018. Tango was Google’s first big …

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