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Hanna TV adaptation sacrifices magic of original film for typical teen angst
An isolated teenaged girl genetically engineered to be an assassin must elude rogue CIA agents intent on terminating her in , Amazon's adaption of the 2011 film of the same name. It's a gritty, competent thriller, with strong performances from a talented cast, and has already been renewed for a second season.

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Mazda brings a new diesel CX-5 SUV to the US—but why?
Further ReadingCompression ignition engines are a big breakthrough—we got to try oneWhen Mazda invited us to a roundtable discussion about powertrain technology at this year's New York auto show, it was easy to say yes. After all, the company is responsible for a significant recent breakthrough in internal combustion engine technology.

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Happy 30th B-Day, Game Boy: Here are six reasons why you’re #1
Update: It's not everyday a Hall of Fame toy reaches a milestone, but April 21 happens to be an exception. On this day in 1989, handheld video games changed forever with the introduction of a gray, boxy machine capable of making puke-green memories that last a lifetime. Maybe today's kids will never know the pure wonder of Game Boy (),…

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Hannah TV adaptation sacrifices magic of original film for typical teen angst
An isolated teenaged girl genetically engineered to be an assassin must elude rogue CIA agents intent on terminating her in , Amazon's adaption of the 2011 film of the same name. It's a gritty, competent thriller, with strong performances from a talented cast, and has already been renewed for a second season.

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“Natural” bottled water has natural arsenic contamination, testing finds
Several brands of bottled water contain concerning levels of arsenic contamination, according to an investigation by Consumer Reports. The worst offenders in the report were Starkey, a brand owned by Whole Foods and marketed as water in its “natural state,” and Peñafiel, owned by Keurig Dr Pepper and imported from Mexico.

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A mystery agent is doxing Iran’s hackers and dumping their code
Nearly three years after the mysterious group called the Shadow Brokers began disemboweling the NSA's hackers and leaking their hacking tools onto the open Web, Iran's hackers are getting their own taste of that unnerving experience. For the last month, a mystery person or group has been targeting a top Iranian hacker team, dumping its secret data, tools, and even…

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SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft had an anomaly during tests Saturday
Following a successful demonstration mission of its Crew Dragon spacecraft in March, SpaceX has been preparing that vehicle for a critical launch abort test this summer. During this upcoming test flight, after launching from Florida on a Falcon 9 booster, the Dragon will fire its powerful SuperDraco engines to show that the spacecraft can pull itself safely away from the…

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You’re not getting enough sleep—and it’s killing you
The whole world is exhausted. And it’s killing us. But particularly me. As I write this, I’m at TED 2019 in Vancouver, which is a weeklong marathon of talks and workshops and coffee meetings and experiences and demos and late-night trivia contests and networking, networking, networking. Meanwhile, I’m sick as a dog with a virus I caught from my 3-year-old,…

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Review: The indestructible humanity of A Boy and His Dog at the End of the World
Warning: Mild spoilers ahead. Dystopian stories take many forms, but it's a rare dystopian novel that prominently features man's best friend. Author of the Oversight and Stoneheart trilogies, C.A. Fletcher doesn't hide the importance of dogs in his latest novel. Aptly titled , it follows a young boy named Griz as he goes on a journey to retrieve his stolen…