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Gun violence moves through a city the way a virus moves the body: predictably, but with uncanny precision. New research suggests "virus" patterns can be spotted and possibly help predict and even prevent shootings. But questions remain of whether this can be done ethically, and, most crucially, who can be trusted with this predictive technology.

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OS X lets you take command of all the wifi networks your laptop has logged in its memory, so your machine won't try and connect to the next-door coffee shop before your home network. Here's how to trim down the list and make sure you're connecting to the right networks first.

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We're always being told the U.S. is now lagging behind other, more industrious nations in science and technology and basically anything that isn't spending on the military. How much is it lagging, though? Here is a depressing graph to help quantify that.

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There's a new undersea cable in the works, unlike any system that's been built before. It is almost 10,000 miles long. It winds under the Arctic Ocean, from the United Kingdom, over Canada, and down to Japan, offering the fastest possible route between London and Tokyo. It stops on icy Canadian shores along the way, providing internet access to small communities entirely dependent on spotty satellite connection. And what's really new: the cable is made possible only by climate change. Melting Arctic ice is making way for giant cable ships.