Supreme Court rules that warrant is needed to access cell tower records

  1. Supreme Court rules that warrant is needed to access cell tower records  Washington Post
  2. US Supreme Court Rules Police Need Warrant for Most Cellphone Location Data  Wall Street Journal
  3. Supreme Court cracks down on government snooping through cellphone location records  USA TODAY
  4. In a victory for privacy, Supreme Court rules cellphone tracking records are off-limits without a warrant  Los Angeles Times
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"OK Google" No Longer Needed Before Everything You Say To The Assistant. Here's How To Set It Up

  1. “OK Google” No Longer Needed Before Everything You Say To The Assistant. Here’s How To Set It Up  Forbes
  2. Google Assistant Continued Conversations: protect your privacy  SlashGear
  3. Google turns on ‘Continued Conversation’ in the Google Assistant  Search Engine Land
  4. Chatting up your Google Assistant just got easier – Google Blog  Google Blog
  5. Continued conversation is arriving for Google Home users today  The Verge
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'These children needed their mothers': Detained kids may face life of trauma, doctors say

Doctors said that these children, stuck in shelters away from the nurturing embrace of their parents, are likely facing irreversible harm in both emotional and brain development. Scientific studies predict long-term consequences for children that experience adverse circumstances early in life.

     

 

 


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Muhammad Ali’s family tells Trump thanks, but no pardon needed as conviction was overturned 50 years ago

Muhammad Ali’s family tells Trump thanks, but no pardon needed as conviction was overturned 50 years agoAn attorney for Muhammad Ali has challenged President Donald Trump’s suggestion that he may pardon the late boxer, pointing out that Ali’s conviction was overturned nearly 50 years ago. Mr Trump told reporters on Friday the was “very seriously” considering pardoning the heavyweight champ, who was convicted in 1967 of failing to report for military service after being drafted into the Vietnam War. Ron Tweel, an attorney for Ali’s wife and estate, said such a move would not be necessary.


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NASA rover data shows Mars had the ingredients needed for life

NASA rover data shows Mars had the ingredients needed for lifeA NASA rover has detected a bonanza of organic compounds on the surface of Mars and seasonal fluctuations of atmospheric methane in findings released on Thursday that mark some of the strongest evidence ever that Earth’s neighbor may have harbored life. Three different types of organic molecules were discovered when the rover dug just 2 inches (5 cm) into roughly 3.5 billion-year-old mudstone, a fine-grained sedimentary rock, at Gale crater, apparently the site of a large lake when ancient Mars was warmer and wetter than the desolate planet it is today.


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Larger sample sizes needed to increase reproducibility in neuroscience studies

Small sample sizes in studies using functional MRI to investigate brain connectivity and function are common in neuroscience, despite years of warnings that such studies likely lack sufficient statistical power. A new analysis reveals that task-based fMRI experiments involving typical sample sizes of about 30 participants are only modestly replicable. This means that independent efforts to repeat the experiments are as likely to challenge as to confirm the original results.
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Game 1 gave Cavaliers a needed blueprint, Tyronn Lue says

  1. Game 1 gave Cavaliers a needed blueprint, Tyronn Lue says  ESPN
  2. Five things we learned from unforgettable Game 1 of NBA Finals  NBA.com
  3. NBA Finals 2018: Cavs coach Tyronn Lue defends JR Smith after crucial Game 1 mistake  CBSSports.com
  4. Here are Some of the Best LeBron James & JR Smith Game 1 Memes on Twitter  HYPEBEAST
  5. Analysis: Worst sports championship gaffes, from Bill Buckner to Chris Webber to JR Smith  Chicago Tribune
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US Could 'Take Down' Man-Made Islands in South China Sea If It Needed To, Says Pentagon Official

  1. US Could ‘Take Down’ Man-Made Islands in South China Sea If It Needed To, Says Pentagon Official  Newsweek
  2. Pentagon Official Says US Can ‘Take Down’ Man-Made Islands Like Those in the South China Sea  TIME
  3. US warns of ability to take down Chinese artificial islands  CNN
  4. Shangri-La Dialogue: How Xi’s China solution works – look at South China Sea troubles  The Straits Times
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Fortnite Mobile Update Adds A Much-Needed Feature

  1. Fortnite Mobile Update Adds A Much-Needed Feature  GameSpot
  2. Fortnite Battle Royale v4.3 Patch Notes Indicate the Arrival of the Shopping Cart!  PlayStation LifeStyle
  3. Fortnite Update Brings New Modes, New Map UI, a New Hero, and More  Comicbook.com
  4. PUBG takes US game firm to court  Korea Times
  5. ‘PUBG’ vs. ‘Fortnite’ Feud Explained  Variety
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