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Don Watts designs around 90 corn mazes a year for up to $2,500 each.

What it’s like to be a corn maze designer who creates 90 mazes a year for up to $2,500 each

Corn mazes have become a classic fall tradition, but few know the elaborate technology that goes into making one.
Don Watts designs around 90 corn mazes a year for up to $2,500 each.

What it’s like to be a corn maze designer who creates 90 mazes a year for up to $2,500 each

Corn mazes have become a classic fall tradition, but few know the elaborate technology that goes into making one.
Mark Zuckerberg

No, you don’t have to publicly declare that Instagram can’t use your photos — you already said yes when you signed up

Anyone who signed up for Instagram has already, by default, granted permission for Instagram to access a tremendous amount of private information.

Iran is reportedly jamming ship GPS navigation systems to get them to wander into Iranian waters

Ships report "GPS interference, bridge-to-bridge communications spoofing, and/or other communications jamming with little to no warning," the US military says.

The most important inventions of the last 30 years

The rise of the internet has given way to some of the most rapid technological advancements in human history.

Firefly landing marks start of its Seletar Airport operations

Malaysian airline Firefly made its inaugural landing at Seletar Airport yesterday morning, nearly five months after its services to Singapore were suspended.
The Magnetic North Pole, and the Earth's Magnetic Field, help GPS and other navigation systems pinpoint users' locations.

Earth’s north magnetic pole has moved — here’s what that means for our navigation systems

Earth has a new magnetic north. Updating its location was crucial for military and civilian navigation systems.
Turn-by-Turn navigation.

I tested a $52,000 Cadillac XT4 crossover SUV that featured an old-school navigation system — here’s what it was like

Recently, I tested a Cadillac XT4 crossover SUV that lacked digital mapping. Instead, it had an older system, called "Turn-by-Turn."
Clouds associated with a major winter storm that is bringing wintry precipitation and chilly temperatures to the US South is seen in an image from NOAA's GOES-East satellite on February 11, 2014.

The US government shutdown is preventing scientists from improving forecasts for severe weather and navigational models

The US government shutdown hasn't impacted your weather forecast, NOAA officials say. But it might hurt experts' ability to improve storm forecasting.