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NASA sees a crazy, angry storm swirl across Jupiter – CNET November 17, 2017

Jupiter’s stormy atmosphere does its best impression of a hellscape in an eye-popping Juno spacecraft image. Source: CNet

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Humans on Mars: An atlas of plans to land on the Red Planet – CNET

At least three major efforts are underway to put boots on the fourth planet from the sun. Here’s a visual look at each road map to the Red Planet.
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Apple hypes strange effects of iPhone 8 Plus' camera – CNET

Commentary: In a new ad, Apple highlights the mesmerizing joy of Portrait Lighting on its new phone.
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Uber ex-CEO Kalanick taps new board members amid power struggle – CNET

In response to a proposal to alter shareholder voting rights, Travis Kalanick appoints two new board members without consulting Uber or the rest of the board.
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Spine-tingling sounds from Bowers & Wilkins 705 S2 speakers – CNET

The Audiophiliac gets an earful with Bowers & Wilkins’ new reference-quality stand-mount speaker.
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Do you stream movies or play DVDs or Blu-rays? – CNET

Streaming is more convenient and cheaper, so why would anyone play discs?
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Solving crimes through crowdsourcing is a dangerous game – CNET

Actors Jeremy Piven and Richard T. Jones talk about the “scary” premise behind the new CBS crime drama “Wisdom of the Crowd.”
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The stories from the first time we went to a concert – CNET

Every week we go around the office and ask a question to see what makes our people tick. This week we wanted to hear the stories about everyone’s first concert.
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The iPhone X won’t (totally) destroy the environment. Here’s why – CNET

Apple shares an environmental report whenever it releases a new iPhone. Here’s how the iPhone X fares.
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13 questions for Luke Wood, the President of Beats – CNET

With its flagship Studio3 Wireless headphone shipping soon, the head of Beats by Dr. Dre answers a few questions from CNET.
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Google reportedly probing possible Russian meddling in election – CNET

The search giant joins rivals Facebook and Twitter under the microscope.
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