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Scientists Say They Can Read Your Mind, And Prove It With Pictures
Scientists say they can now download signals from your brain — and translate them back into a picture that you saw.The images aren't crystal clear. But you can make out what's going on.
Commerce Department: Tighter Controls Needed For Cyberweapons
If software can be used to attack a computer network, then companies need permission before sending that software overseas, the government says. But the cybersecurity industry is up in arms.
Sometimes A Little More Minecraft May Be Quite All Right
Minecraft can be more social and creative than watching TV. But kids' drive to play for hours on end can strain recommended limits on screen time. What's a mother to do?
For The Rubik's Cube World Champ, 6 Seconds Is Plenty Of Time
Competition was fierce at the Rubik's cube world championship in Brazil. There was a 4-year-old and a category for those who do it with their feet. The overall winner needed less than six seconds.
Alzheimer's Drugs In The Works Might Help Other Diseases, Too
By targeting the process that creates toxic clumps of protein in brain cells, scientists hope to help not just Alzheimer's patients, but perhaps also people with Lewy Body dementia and Parkinson's.
Written In Spanish About Belgium By A Colombian, 'It Feels American'
Nearly 15 years after his story collection was published in Spanish, Juan Gabriel Vásquez's Lovers on All Saints' Day has gotten an English translation. He explains the book's patchwork provenance.
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