Matrix RSS News Feeds automatically captures content from other websites. RSS or XML is a format for syndicating news and the content of news-like sites, including major news sites like Wired News, news-oriented community sites like Slashdot, and personal weblogs. But it's not just for news.Pretty much anything that can be broken down into discrete items can be syndicated via RSS.
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9 Trumpworld Figures Who Should Fear Mueller the Most
After Michael Cohen's sentencing, plenty more people and entities in Trump's orbit potentially sit in the special counsel's crosshairs.
In the Sierras and Rockies, the Snowpack Is Shrinking Fast
An analysis of 36 years of snowpack shows that the US's peaks are shrinking, and that means more wildfires, less drinking water ... and less skiing.
If China Hacked Marriott, 2014 Marked a Full-on Assault
It increasingly appears that China was behind the Marriott hack, making 2014 a landmark year in cyberattacks against the US.
Google’s AI Guru Wants Computers to Think More Like Brains
Google's top AI researcher, Geoff Hinton, discusses a controversial Pentagon contract, a shortage of radical ideas, and fears of an "AI winter."
The Case for Viral ‘Callout’ Culture
Making memes out of racist rants is not frivolous: It’s crafting a nuanced picture of American racism—and laughing at it.
Quantum Computing Needs You to Help Solve Its Core Mystery
Come get your qubits! The builders of quantum computers want more coders to use their machines and figure out what they're actually good for.
An Intel Breakthrough Rethinks How Chips Are Made
Intel recently demonstrated Foveros, a method of stacking logic chips vertically that could reinvigorate Moore’s Law.
Tovala Steam Oven Review: Interesting, But Undercooked
This countertop oven toasts, bakes, reheats, broils, and steams—but the concept doesn't quite succeed.
How Self-Driving Cars Handle Tricky Highway Merges
For tech that can struggle to understand how humans drive, the communication-heavy, high-speed highway merge is no easy thing.
How WhatsApp Fuels Fake News and Violence in India
The messaging app owned by Facebook has become a major channel for hate speech and false stories in India. The government is demanding changes.
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