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  • Earth Had Its 6th-Hottest July and Year To Date On Record
  • Russia Unveils Model of Proposed Space Station After Leaving ISS
  • Intel Drops DirectX 9 Support On Xe, Arc GPUs, Switches To DirectX 12 Emulation
  • An Eye Implant Engineered From Proteins In Pigskin Restored Sight In 14 Blind People
  • WeWork's Former CEO Has a New Startup, Reportedly Valued At More Than $1 Billion
  • New US Privacy Law May Give Telecoms Free Pass On $200 Million Fines
  • US Bans Export of Tech Used In 3nm Chip Production On Security Grounds
  • AT&T Workers Fight Return To Office Push: 'We Can Do the Same Job From Home'
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  • Police Used a Baby's DNA To Investigate Its Father For a Crime
  • Update Zoom For Mac Now To Avoid Root-Access Vulnerability
  • Russian Army Expo Shows Off Robot Dog Carrying Rocket Launcher
  • Linux 6.0 Arrives With Performance Improvements and More Rust Coming
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