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Selfie-taking Octopus, Mating Crabs And More Win Underwater Photo Awards - Cnet

Thirty prize-winning images shed light on the dazzling world beneath the waves.
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What Is Computational Photography?

Computational photography is responsible for most of the amazing strides our smartphone cameras have taken in the last decade. Here’s how it works, and how it makes our photos so much better.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
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Celeste Bright Rocks The Tiniest Bikini While Working On Her Tan In St. Barth’s

Celeste Bright is keeping the vacation content coming. After spending the first few weeks of 2021 in Tulum, Mexico, the model jetted off to St. Barth’s, which she celebrated with a sizzling new addition to her Instagram feed. The photo was...
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All Us Special Operators Train For Combat Diving, But Navy Seals Take It To Another Level

Navy SEALs. U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Jayme Pastoric Special-operations units from each US military service branch train to conduct combat diving as a part of their missions. Navy SEALs take that capability...
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Tesla Edges Closer To Launching Sales In India By Registering A Company In The Country

Elon Musk speaking at the Satellite Conference and Exhibition in Washington, Monday, March 9, 2020. AP Photo/Susan Walsh Tesla has registered a company in India as it prepares to launch operations there in "early 2021," according to the country's...
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Ford Reportedly Delays Some Deliveries Of Its Mustang Mach-e

Photo by Andrew Hawkins / The Verge Ford will delay deliveries for hundreds of its Mustang Mach-E vehicles to perform quality checks, Electrek reported. The automaker began delivering the Mach-E SUV in December, but some buyers reported that...
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Canon 5d Mark Iii Mounted On A Satellite Snaps Photos Of Earth

There’s a Canon camera on a satellite right now that you can use to “take photos” of Earth. This camera is part of an interactive demonstration of the powers of the camera – coupled with a 40cm telescope – pointed at...
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Whatsapp To Delay New Privacy Policy Amid Mass Confusion About Facebook Data Sharing

Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge WhatsApp on Friday announced a three-month delay of a new privacy policy originally slated to go into effect on February 8th following widespread confusion over whether the new policy would mandate...
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A Photo For Friday

“Sky Orb” January 10, 2021 Pike Road, ALThe post A Photo for Friday first appeared on Outside the Beltway.

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Photos Show How A Tree Snake Makes Its Body Into A Lasso To Climb And Hunt Prey

A brown tree snake in a tree in Guam. Bjorn Lardner A new study shows a species of tree snake uses an unprecedented form of locomotion in order to climb objects like trees. The brown tree snake loops its body into a lasso around wide, cylindrical...

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Madi Edwards Rocks Sexy Beach Waves That Tumble Over Her Chest In Hot New Upload

Madi Edwards showed off her bombshell body and voluminous waves in the most recent update that was added to her Instagram feed. The social media influencer snapped the sexy shot on January 14, and her fans have been loving the display. The photo...
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Photo: The World's Oldest Known Cave Art Discovered In Indonesia

New evidence of the earliest prehistoric human presence in Asia has been found. The image, of a Sulawesi warty pig, is thought to be at least 45,500 years old, and could be used to help solve the problem of identifying early human migration in the...
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Why Facebook’s ‘one Identity’ Rule Has To Change For vr

Photo by GLENN CHAPMAN/AFP via Getty Images Facebook Reality Labs head Andrew Bosworth on evolving for a new medium Continue reading…
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The Best Tech Of Ces 2020: Where Are They Now?

Photo by Becca Farsace / The Verge Which tech made it to our homes, and which will stay only in our hearts Continue reading…

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A Haunting Short Macro Timelapse That Shows How Different Organisms Respond To A Lack Of Water

Motion designer Christian Stangl, who previously worked on a beautiful film made from photos of the Apollo Space Mission, created “Dry Out”, a haunting short film that shows how various natural organisms respond to a lack of water...

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Ap Photos: Only Ash And Shells Of Homes Left On Volcano Isle

The island is a ghost town, its trees just dead sticks in a gray landscape, its homes and school ash-covered and damaged by continuing earthquakes and the explosive volcanic eruption that occurred one year ago.
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Tammy Hembrow Flaunts Insane Curves In Plunging White Top And Tiny Thong

Australian bombshell Tammy Hembrow tantalized thousands of her 11.9 million Instagram users once more on Sunday, January 10, when she shared some jaw-dropping new photos of her curvy and fit physique. The 26-year-old fitness guru was captured in...
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Niece Waidhofer Does Her Best Flight Attendant Impression In Strappy Purple Lingerie

Niece Waidhofer posed in a sexy costume for her latest Instagram upload on Saturday afternoon. The stunning model has become a social media sensation for such photos, which often show her flashing her incredible curves. In the sexy shot, Niece...
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Despite How It May Have Felt, 2020 Was Shorter Than Previous Years - Earth Is Spinning Quicker Than...

A photo of Earth taken by NASA's Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC). REUTERS/NASA/Handout via Reuters/File Photo Earth's 28 fastest days ever recorded happened in 2020. On average, the planet rotated more quickly around its axis last...
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Photos: Africa’s Nature Parks Are In The Midst Of A Pandemic-induced Conservation Crisis

Kafue National Park in the heart of Zambia is one of the largest protected areas in Africa. Rivers meander through woodlands, teak forests, and open plains that are home to at least 500 bird species and 158 mammals, including lions, cheetahs, ground...

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