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10 Magnificent Drone Photos That Capture The World Like You've Never Seen It

<i>by CNT Editors, Condé Nast Traveler</i><p><b>1.</b> "Pink Lake," Bumbunga, Southern Australia<p>It's less commonly known as Lake Hillier.<p>Courtesy Dominic Grimm/SkyPixel<p><b>2.</b> "Japanese Van Gogh," Tosa-cho, Japan<p>Courtesy stevencarreramail_user/SkyPixel<p><b>3.</b> "Waterfall Rainbow," Seljalandsfoss, Iceland<p>Iceland is a …

Amazon launches a free cloud-based screenwriting app

Amazon has unveiled Storywriter, a free cloud-based tool for writing movie and TV screenplays in standard format that’s suitable for users of all skill levels.<p>Storywriter includes a number of useful features such as automatically formatting your text while you type, auto-saving and …

Anonymous has published a 'noob's' guide on how to fight ISIS online

Three guides were posted to an IRC channel used by Anonymous to share information on OpParis, encouraging anyone to get involved regardless of their computer skills. They include a "NoobGuide" for anyone wanting to learn how to hack, a "Reporter" guide that explains how to set up a Twitter bot for …

These Are the Most Spectacular Nature Photos of the Year

The winners of Royal Society Publishing’s inaugural photography competition have been announced, and they’re extraordinary.<p>These inspiring nature …

Sky reinvents itself with Sky Q

Television is going through a period of transition that's greater than almost anything that's been seen up to this point. The inexorable rise of the internet, smartphones, tablets and on-demand viewing have combined to relegate the communal living room TV to being just another screen. That's a …

Cop pulls over Google self-driving car, finds no driver to ticket

<b>(CNN) —</b> No driver? No ticket.<p>That, at least, was the result when a police officer pulled over one of Google's self-driving cars Thursday in Mountain View, California.<p>The car wasn't speeding. On the contrary, it was driving too slowly -- 24 miles per hour in a 35 mph zone, according to the Mountain …

Autonomous Cars

You can now install popular automatic screen brightness app Flux on iPhone and iPad

With iOS 9, it is now possible to install screen brightness app Flux (or f.lux). Flux adjusts screen brightness and color depending on the time of day automatically, so you aren’t blasted with bright light at bedtime or early in the morning. Due to App Store restrictions, Flux has been only …

Google just released powerful new artificial intelligence software — and it's open source

On Monday, the tech giant released TensorFlow, a new AI system that's used in everything from recognizing speech on a noisy sidewalk to finding photos of your pet dog Fluffy.<p>And in a rare move for Google, it's making its software open source, meaning anyone can access and edit the code.<p>The software …

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6 Predictions for the Future of the Religious Right

For more than forty years now, the Religious Right has been a powerful force in the United States, helping reshape the Republican Party and realign the nation's politics and culture.<p>Typically considered a grassroots movement of conservative Catholics, evangelicals, and Mormons, and the political …

This is How Far Canon DSLRs Have Come in the Past 17 Years

Want to see how the great-grandfather of Canon DSLRs compares to the company’s latest and greatest camera? Photographer Jim Goldstein got his hands …

There's a new type of computer virus that threatens to post your personal files on the internet if you don't pay up

Since it began to take root as far back as 1989, "ransomware" has followed a predictable pattern. Someone infects your computer with malware that encrypts all your files, and then you pay to get them decrypted.<p>If you are hit with a ransomware attack, there's often not much you can do about it. Even …

15 more cartoons that perfectly describe life in Silicon Valley

Liz Fosslien is a freelance designer who previously worked at Genius. Now she runs a cartoon blog that jokes about Silicon Valley's unique culture.<p>People seem to like her work — we published some of her cartoons in August— and now she even has her own online store.<p>Here are 15 more of Fosslien's …