What’s new for 2018?

When the teams considered the 2017 regulation changes, as always they were looking for what wasn’t written in the rules – ie the loopholes – as well as what was.

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Molly Amazonas: el pez asexuado que vive en México y Estados Unidos y pone en entredicho a un Nobel de Medicina

Las teorías de la evolución sugieren que las especies que se reproducen asexualmente se extinguen con rapidez, ya que con el tiempo sus genomas acumulan mutaciones mortales.

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FCC looks to approve SpaceX’s satellite internet plan

SpaceX is planning to send up a pair of its own satellites in this weekend’s launch, in order to test a proposed space-based broadband internet service. But if you want get into the broadband business, first you have to get past its U.S. gatekeepers: the FCC.

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Badass Milo Ventimiglia doesn’t follow the rules of Instagram

Milo Anthony Ventimiglia is back on Instagram and you’d better believe he’s playing by his own rules. Die-hard fans may recall the This Is Us star quit Instagram in January 2013 after feeling like people were no longer paying attention to his photos. (We get it, Mi.

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Fat Unicorn Cakes Are Almost Too Cute to Eat

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Six top US intelligence chiefs caution against buying Huawei phones

Six top U.S. intelligence chiefs told the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday they would not advise Americans to use products or services from Chinese smartphone maker Huawei.

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CIA, FBI, NSA: We don’t recommend Huawei or ZTE phones

Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. The U.S. intelligence agencies aren’t thrilled about the idea of U.S. citizens using phones from certain Chinese manufacturers.

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