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"The ship was lost due to an inability to extinguish the fire."
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The mix and match approach could ease access to shots, and boost better immunity.
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Why beer serving sizes are so weird
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Facebook might rebrand as a ‘metaverse’ company. What does that even mean?
A report says that the new name could drop next week, with the goal of distancing the company’s future tech from its current image.
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What we know about China’s new hypersonic weapon test
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Surgeons transplanted a pig kidney into a person, and it worked like normal
A successful pig-to-human kidney transplant could transform the organ donation pipeline.
Google’s new data guidance takes a page from Apple’s privacy playbook
It’s the latest step in building out a new “Data safety section” of the Google Play Store.