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Neanderthal cannibalism is less surprising than you think

A new study suggests that a group of Neanderthals in southeast France resorted to cannibalism to survive lean times. If that says anything about Neanderthals, it’s that they weren’t so different from us—for better and for worse. The bones in the cave Something awful happened in Moula-Guercy cave in southeastern …

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Nokia 9 PureView in for review

Ever since the return of Nokia under HMD Global ownership in the beginning of 2017, everyone’s been asking where the proper flagship is. The Nokia 8 was sort of that, but it failed to impress, and then the Nokia 8 Sirocco missed the mark too, if it was even going …

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Apple hires Tesla VP for electric powertrains

Doug Field, former Vice President for Hardware at Apple, left the iPhone-maker in 2013, just to return to Apple in August 2018, in order to work together with Bob Mansfield, on Project Titan, Apple’s autonomous car project. Field is not the only Tesla executive Apple manages to lure over/back, as …

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