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1
The most effective malaria vaccine yet discovered (sciencemag.org)
763 points by hprotagonist 19 days ago | 277 comments
2
Apple is sued for telling you that you're “buying” movies (nofilmschool.com)
753 points by paulcarroty 19 days ago | 464 comments
3
Get better at Googling (markodenic.com)
678 points by sudo_overflow 19 days ago | 289 comments
4
A new way to make maps with OpenStreetMap (protomaps.com)
508 points by hampelm 19 days ago | 98 comments
5
Light Pollution Map (lightpollutionmap.info)
496 points by okl 19 days ago | 190 comments
6
Cycles X (blender.org)
415 points by Tomte 19 days ago | 148 comments
7
Lego Microscope (github.com)
414 points by freddypaulo 19 days ago | 108 comments
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Convicted Post Office workers have names cleared after cover-up of flawed system (bbc.co.uk)
402 points by gerjomarty 19 days ago | 225 comments
9
Remote code execution in Homebrew by compromising the official Cask repository (ryotak.me)
387 points by spenvo 19 days ago | 90 comments
10
Jaguar Land Rover to suspend output due to chip shortage (bbc.com)
363 points by jchrisa 19 days ago | 327 comments
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UK court clears post office staff convicted due to ‘corrupt data’ (theguardian.com)
314 points by ashergill 19 days ago | 63 comments
12
Ask HN: How would you store 10PB of data for your startup today?
307 points by philippb 19 days ago | 366 comments
13
Boxedwine is an emulator that can run Windows applications in the browser (github.com)
300 points by danslo 19 days ago | 71 comments
14
Mars sucks (marssucks.com)
274 points by paulintrognon 19 days ago | 228 comments
15
Gravity batteries try to beat chemical ones with winches, weights, mine shafts (sciencemag.org)
226 points by hheikinh 19 days ago | 266 comments
16
Referees’ home-bias in football disappears without audience: study (runrepeat.com)
225 points by the-dude 19 days ago | 72 comments
17
Volkswagen launches its first all-electric SUV, the ID.4 (abc7.com)
216 points by finphil 19 days ago | 632 comments
18
A curated list of Music DSP and audio programming resources (github.com)
211 points by alexvoda 19 days ago | 39 comments
19
4chan founder Chris Poole has left Google (cnbc.com)
209 points by b5 19 days ago | 371 comments
20
Deutsche Bank Whistleblower Vanishes (forensicnews.net)
200 points by 80mph 19 days ago | 59 comments
21
Vizy, an AI Camera for the Pi (vizycam.com)
198 points by kordlessagain 19 days ago | 57 comments
22
CDC panel recommends resuming use of Johnson and Johnson vaccine (axios.com)
185 points by rafaelc 19 days ago | 218 comments
23
Wasm3 compiles itself (using LLVM/Clang compiled to WASM) (twitter.com)
178 points by theBashShell 19 days ago | 105 comments
24
Minio Changes License to AGPL (github.com)
172 points by r3dey3 19 days ago | 141 comments
25
NASA’s bet on Starship for the Moon (arstechnica.com)
164 points by alexrustic 19 days ago | 120 comments
26
Human-monkey chimera embryos created in lab (newatlas.com)
152 points by wellokthen 19 days ago | 231 comments
27
Digging for performance gold: finding hidden performance wins (chromium.org)
150 points by markdog12 19 days ago | 49 comments
28
'World’s most powerful' tidal turbine sets sail from Dundee (bbc.co.uk)
148 points by Kaibeezy 19 days ago | 119 comments
29
Using <details> for menus and dialogs (2019) (css-tricks.com)
144 points by todsacerdoti 19 days ago | 50 comments
30
Clever Hack Finds Mystery CPU Instructions (eejournal.com)
144 points by weare138 19 days ago | 15 comments

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