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  1. Plastic industry pollution to overtake coal in US by 2030, report says

    Plastic industry pollution to overtake coal in US by 2030, report says

    Supply chain for plastic production is rife with carbon emissions.

  2. A look inside Apple’s silicon playbook

    A look inside Apple’s silicon playbook

    Apple execs talk on the record about the new Apple silicon.

  3. 300-year-old tree rings confirm recent uptick in hurricane-driven rainfall

    300-year-old tree rings confirm recent uptick in hurricane-driven rainfall

    There’s been nothing like these cyclone seasons for at least several centuries.

  4. Pixar lamp and Mystique inspire novel approaches to shapeshifting materials

    Pixar lamp and Mystique inspire novel approaches to shapeshifting materials

    Two new papers highlight promising methods for making shapeshifting structures.

  5. If you ever wanted to help find new planets, now’s your chance

    If you ever wanted to help find new planets, now’s your chance

    Scientists ask the public for help in figuring out which signals are real.

  6. iFixit’s Apple Watch teardown includes a theory about device’s delayed launch

    iFixit’s Apple Watch teardown includes a theory about device’s delayed launch

    Supply challenges related to the screen may have delayed the launch.

  7. Ever wondered about the F1 safety car? We talk to its driver

    Ever wondered about the F1 safety car? We talk to its driver

    The veteran of 420 F1 races tells us about his job.

  8. Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy on Nov. 11: Cartoonier, flashier, and Game Pass-ier

    Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy on Nov. 11: Cartoonier, flashier, and Game Pass-ier

    Transition from PS2 era means top-to-bottom update—plus teases on Xbox Game Pass, PS Now.

  9. FBI, others crush REvil using ransomware gang’s favorite tactic against it

    FBI, others crush REvil using ransomware gang’s favorite tactic against it

    Multi-nation operation succeeds as gang member makes critical mistake.