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Popular Science is the magazine for anyone curious about what’s new and next. With a readership of over 6.4 million, Popular Science is a must-have for technology fans, early adopters, and thought leaders. Popular Science puts the latest news in gadgets, software, and robotics in the palm of your hand! Our articles help anyone understand the ideas and people driving the big issues of the day – whether healthcare, energy, robotics, or defense. News and features also provide perspective on the latest breakthroughs in science and technology. Popular Science represents the best hopes for our planet, our lives, our children, and our future. And we reveal those hopes by featuring the innovations today that are laying the groundwork for a better tomorrow. This is a magazine for readers that want the future now. Social Media loves Popular Science: - 2.98 Million Facebook Fans - 503,000 Twitter Followers ==== FROM OUR LATEST ISSUE, September / October 2016 • The Most Social Man on the Planet—We delve inside the mind of the world’s globe-connecting, empire-building, education-reforming, disease-eradicating creator of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg. • The Brilliant 10—For the 15th year, Popular Science celebrates the most innovative young scientists and engineers driving their fields forward with game-changing ideas. • The Man Who Lit the Dark Web—Sex-trafficking rings have found a comfortable home in software-protected sites online, but one man’s data-mining tools are now helping cops bust them open. • The Tesla Factory—An up-close look at the robots, lasers, and stampers at the high-minded visionary Elon Musk’s 5.3 million-square-foot Tesla facility in Fremont, California. • Tracking the Traffickers—Last year’s Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge, launched by USAID, received hundreds of applicants with new tech solutions designed to disrupt and dismantle wildlife-crime syndicates. Here are 10 of our favorites. • Now—Arm your desktop battle stations for work and play; a TV with a billion colors; coding diversity into the tech industry; and more. • Next—The world’s longest and highest glass bridge opens in China; Werner Herzog takes on the internet; using coal waste instead of rare metals in smartphones; and other topics of tomorrow. • Manual—Annoy coworkers with this DIY sky puppet; build a fog machine in a mug; how one DIY-er turned a vintage combat helicopter into an amphibious racecar; and much more in this issue’s DIY beat. ==== SUBSCRIPTIONS AVAILABLE:? - 1-year (12 issues) subscription for $14.99 - You save 74%!? - 1-month subscription for $1.99?? Your subscription will automatically renew unless you cancel 24 hours before the subscription runs out. You can turn off auto-renewal at any time from your iTunes account settings. No cancellation? of the current subscription is allowed during an active subscription period. ??For more information, read our privacy policy and terms of use. http://www.bonniercorp.com/privacy-policy/

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