Smartphones causing us to grow horns? Study suggests so but critics doubt it – WRAL Tech Wire

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9 dead in aircraft crash at Dillingham Airfield, officials say – Honolulu Star-Advertiser

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US Cyber Command reportedly launched a cyberattack against Iran as Trump nixed his military strikes – Business Insider

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A report says young people are growing horns on their skulls. Critics don’t buy it – CNN

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Amazon launches its first inexpensive Fire TV televisions with Dolby Vision support – The Verge

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First Spotify, now Slack: Wall Street may be losing its iron grip on Silicon Valley – Vox.com

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