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Engineers translate brain signals directly into speechScience & Space

Engineers translate brain signals directly into speech

In a scientific first, Columbia neuroengineers have created a system that translates thought into intelligible, recognizable speech. By monitoring someone’s
Illinois considers social media searches for gun ownersInteresting News

Illinois considers social media searches for gun owners

Illinois lawmakers are considering whether or not they should require someone to hand over a list of all of the
Bank of England is independent of UK govt – but not of foreign govtInteresting News

Bank of England is independent of UK govt – but not of foreign govt

Pirates don’t have to look like Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean. They can fly the Union Jack rather
A Newly Discovered Bug In Apple’s FaceTime Lets People See And Hear You Without Your PermissionFeatured News

A Newly Discovered Bug In Apple’s FaceTime Lets People See And Hear You Without Your Permission

Apple has disabled FaceTime group calls following a social media storm after users revealed a serious bug which lets callers
Scientists Create GMO Eggs Filled With MedicineFood & Health News

Scientists Create GMO Eggs Filled With Medicine

Researchers in Scotland say chickens could offer a cost effective way of producing drugs – by laying eggs filled with
Bogota says it has no clue about Bolton’s puzzling ‘5,000 troops to Colombia’ noteMore News

Bogota says it has no clue about Bolton’s puzzling ‘5,000 troops to Colombia’ note

Colombia has dismissed speculation regarding a puzzling memo from John Bolton, which mentioned 5,000 US troops being sent to the
NASA publishes most-detailed PHOTOS of Earth-bound, water-bearing asteroid yetScience & Space

NASA publishes most-detailed PHOTOS of Earth-bound, water-bearing asteroid yet

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has sent back the most detailed images to date of the Bennu asteroid, marking the continued success
U.S. Treasury Set to Borrow $1 Trillion for a Second Year to Finance the DeficitEconomy & Money

U.S. Treasury Set to Borrow $1 Trillion for a Second Year to Finance the Deficit

The U.S. Treasury Department is set to maintain elevated sales of long-term debt to finance the government’s widening budget deficit,