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  1. Big Tech has big plans to help reconnect Puerto Rico

    10.07 / 21:03 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    Big Tech has big plans to help reconnect Puerto…
  2. Science Says: Era of monster hurricanes roiling the Atlantic

    10.07 / 18:18 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    An analysis of 167 years of federal hurricane data shows that we are living in the busiest generation for major Atlantic…
  3. Nobel-winning technique like "Google Earth for molecules"

    10.07 / 18:18 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    Three researchers based in the U.S., U.K. and Switzerland won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing a way to create detailed images of the molecules that drive…
  4. Google vies to make even smarter phones, speakers, cameras

    10.07 / 17:35 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    Google is upgrading its Pixel smartphones and expanding its selection of other gadgets in its quest to its digital services into people's backup…
  5. In Appalachia, a public broadband project hits snags

    10.07 / 14:42 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    Some influential state lawmakers in Kentucky want to pull the plug on an effort to build one of the country's largest publicly owned broadband…
  6. Dozens pray at Hindu temple on slopes of Bali volcano

    10.07 / 14:36 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    Dozens have prayed at a revered Hindu temple on the slopes of Bali's menacing Mount Agung volcano, hoping the gods will restore it to…
  7. Study: Great white sharks are swimming farther and deeper

    10.07 / 14:36 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    Researchers in Massachusetts say great white sharks in the Atlantic Ocean are venturing offshore farther, with more frequency and at greater depths than previously…
  8. Biological clock discoveries by 3 Americans earn Nobel prize

    10.07 / 09:02 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    Three Americans win a Nobel Prize for their discoveries about the body's biological…
  9. Goodbye: Pioneering AOL Instant Messenger to be discontinued

    10.07 / 07:46 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    AOL has announced that it is discontinuing its pioneering Instant Messenger chat platform after 20 years of…
  10. Massive wave of butterflies lights up Denver weather radar

    10.07 / 07:46 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    Weather forecasters say a lacy, cloud-like pattern drifting across a Denver-area radar screen turned out to be a massive wave of…
  11. Hurricane mauled PR's renowned Monkey Island research center

    10.07 / 03:58 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    Scientists are racing to save more than 1,000 monkeys following the…
  12. In Gaza, Hamas levels an ancient treasure

    10.07 / 03:58 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    Ignoring protests, Hamas is leveling a rare Bronze Age archaeological site in Gaza to pave the way for a housing…
  13. Winds, floods and fire: US ties record for costly weather

    10.07 / 03:58 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    U.S. meteorologists said Friday this year is tying a record for the most billion-dollar weather disasters in the…
  14. Not so sweet: 75 percent of honey samples had key pesticide

    10.07 / 03:58 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    Researchers test honey samples from around globe; three-quarters had common pesticide suspected of harming…
  15. Cold War radiation testing in US widespread, author claims

    10.07 / 03:58 blogs.abcnews.com Blogs.abcnews.com - Technology
    Three members of Congress are demanding answers after a new book revealed details of how the U.S. government exposed countless people to radiation and other dangerous materials in Cold War-era…