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And there could be more romance on the Waverider, to boot. Ang Lee's Gemini Man finds another star. The Hulkbuster could get a big upgrade in Avengers: Infinity War. The CW teases a more comics-faithful costume for Mon-El on Supergirl. Plus, good news for The Tick, and a new look at the next X-Files. Spoilers, away!

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Humans tend to rely on crafted tools in order to harm one another, but most other species have evolved weapons right on their bodies. Normally, these bashers, spikes, and other instruments of attack appear on heads or limbs. But only rarely do they end up on tails - and scientists want to know why.

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A strange animal mystery captivated the internet back in 2015: 200,000 critically endangered saiga antelopes in Kazakhstan died from internal bleeding after infections. Surreal photographs showed hundreds of dead antelopes that appeared to have simply dropped dead where they stood as a herd. Some researchers now have an update on that story.

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Google and researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, teamed up to study how Google accounts become compromised, shedding light on how the company finds new ways to fight back.

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With arguably the biggest player in the Action Camera market apparently struggling to keep itself afloat, we're likely going to see a few more action cameras on the cheaper side around the traps, like this Bauhn Action Camera that'll be going at ALDI for just $69.

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My grandfather was caramel-skinned with black eyes and thick, dark hair, and until he discovered that he was adopted, he had no reason to suspect that he was not the son of two poor Mexicans as he'd always been told. When he found his adoption papers, according to family lore, he pestered the nuns at the Dallas orphanage where he had lived as an infant for the name of his birth mother. Name in hand, at 10 years old, he hopped a bus to Pennsylvania, met his birth mother, and found out that he was actually Syrian.

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Google released a new AI tool today designed to let anyone train its machine learning systems on a photo dataset of their choosing. The software is called Cloud AutoML Vision. In an accompanying blog post, the chief scientist of Google's Cloud AI division explains how the software can help users without machine learning backgrounds harness artificial intelligence.