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The Torturously Tight Plane You May Fly in Next

Somewhere in the deep and darkest residences of airline back offices there is always an controller with a single-minded daydream: will someone ever give me an airplane that allows me to mash the most money out of every sit ? They no longer need to dream. Now lands the Boeing 737 MAX 10, simply divulged at the Paris Air Show. It may be an accountant’s dream but it sure as…

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Self-Driving Car Technology Foiled By Kangaroos

Volvo has confessed that the springy marsupials are throwing off the Large Animal Detection systems being developed for self-driving cars, the Australian Broadcasting Corp. reports.Those systems are meant to make sure the cars avoid animals along the road, such as deer or cattle. binbeter via Getty Images But the hopping of the kangaroos is messing with the detection, which uses the ground as a reference point, Volvo Australias technical manager…

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Disneyland to replace ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ bride auction with woman pirate

Disneyis pulling the outdated bride auction scenes from its “Pirates of the Caribbean” rides and swapping them with a booty loot led by the “wench” at the center scene. According toVariety, Disney Parks announced the change on Thursdayin a blog post. While the change won’tbe made at Disneyland until next year during routine maintenance, Disneyland Paris’s changes will bein place when the ride reopens July 24. Disney World will also…

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The Volvo self-driving car is being stymied by kangaroos

The self-driving car that Volvo is producing can identify plenty of animals that a car might collide with on a drive. Deer, elk, and caribou are apparently no problem for those who are building the autonomous vehicles in Australia. But the kangaroo is presenting quite a problem for the car company, because the engineers cant figure out how to mimic the marsupials movements. The Large Animal Detection system can identify…

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Jennifer Doudna: I have to be true to who I am as a scientist

Crispr inventor Jennifer Doudna talks about discovering the gene-editing tool, the split with her traitor and the complex ethics of genetic manipulation Crispr. The technology has the potential to eradicate previously incurable cankers, but too constitutes ethical questions about the probable unintended the effects of overwriting the human rights genome. Were you nerdy as small children? What got you hooked on discipline ? Yes, I was nerdy. My father-god was…

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How Americas Aircraft Carriers Could Become Obsolete

President Donald Trump has been consistent in his argument that the U.S. Navy has shrunk to a woefully inadequate size. The Republican has repeatedly said he wants the service to expand, including a fleet of a dozen aircraft carriers. That plan isn’t in the Pentagon’s current budget, but on July 22 the Navy will formally commission precautionary signal to North Korean aggression. The is the first of four planned -class carriers,…

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An airport in Houston is using facial recognition technology on U.S. citizens

Image: michael Reynolds/Epa/REX/Shutterstock Customs and Border Protection (CBP) evidently doesn’t need Congress to begin using facial recognition of United States citizens. Officials at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston and Logan International Airport in Boston earlier this week began to scan faces of U.S. citizens and other passengers on specific flights. Congress has nine times passed legislation authorizing the use of biometric technology on non-U.S. citizens as a way of…

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This week in apps: Watch videos with friends and island hop with UberBOAT

Download those new apps ASAP.Image: drew angerer/Getty Images It’s completely possible that you weren’t able to keep up with app updates this week considering all of the speculation of what the iPhone will look like in 2020. If that’s the case, there’s no need to worry. We’ve got you covered. SEE ALSO: Why your iPhone photos look so bad Each week we round up the most important app news along…

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After making $3.5 million on Indiegogo, this palm-sized micro drone can be yours

Image: extreme toys Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. While smartphone-based VR is still in the early stages, there are some drones that prove the technology is coming along quicker than we think. Smart, fast, and able to fit in the palms of your hands, the Micro Drone 3.0 is what weve all been waiting for. SEE ALSO: Gadgets…

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