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Earth is a pretty nifty place. I mean, I’ve spent my entire life here and I’m guessing you have, too, and there’s plenty to see and do, but why is it here at all? For a long time, researchers have tried to answer that question with varying degrees of success, but a new theory of how ...
Spaceships and Large Hadron Colliders are cool for the geek set, but we like our science a little more practical. Frankly, why is technology so geared toward people with purpose in life? What about us regular folks? We all know a bunch of nerds put on a man on the Moon, but have they ever a moon pie...
Illustration by Chris Gash One attorney says cleaning the internet of negative content for highly influential executives is a huge business. Gawker may be gone, but Michael Lynton hasn’t forgotten about a story that ran on the now-bankrupt news site following the 2014 hack at Sony Pictures. In fac...
A total solar eclipse as viewed from Svalbard, Norway, on March 20, 2015. It is optimized for a higher contrast than visual range to bring out overlapping coronal streamers. (Ron Dantowitz and Jay Pasachoff) This summer, darkness will fall across the face of America. Birds will stop singing. Tempera...
Stephen Hawking and dozens of other leading scientists in the field of cosmology — four of whom were recipients of the Nobel Prize in Physics — penned a heated joint letter in response to a paper calling into question the origins of the universe. The letter comes in response to a February joint ...
Dr. Doron Myersdorf, CEO of StoreDot, shows a prototype of its fast-charging FlashBattery on a Samsung phone. (Photo: StoreDot) CEO says his 5-minute phone charger will start production in early 2018. When the public demands it, technology delivers it. And in this case, that demand is summed up...
Researchers from around the world are scratching their heads over a newly discovered radio burst detected on Earth, but with a completely unknown origin. A new report describing the event and the subsequent investigation is now available online, but the key takeaway is that despite our best efforts ...
A computer at Greater Preston Clinical Commissioning Group in England is attacked. | @fendifille via AP ‘Cybersecurity isn’t a hypothetical problem — today shows it can be life or death,’ Sen. Ben Sasse said. Leaked alleged NSA hacking tools appear to be behind a massive cyberattack disrupti...
A new mystery signal from deep space has been detected, leaving scientists baffled as to where it came from and what caused it. The signal, known as a fast radio burst (FRB), was detected in 2015 by scientists using the Parkes radio telescope in Australia. It adds to the two dozen other FRBs previou...
Despite the reach of the Internet and its growing complexity, no physical map of the Internet had been produced, until now. The outcome highlights the Internet-dependent nature of our world. To understand the depth of the project it is important to appreciate what the Internet is. The Internet ...
A popular UFO YouTube channel has discovered what it claims could be the remains of an alien tank on the moon. The video, uploaded by Secureteam10, shows what they describe as a tank-like object sitting among "ruins" and other "artificial structures" on the surface of the moon....
Last year, Google introduced the ability to save pages offline with Chrome for Android and now the search giant has eased up the process of downloading pages altogether. While there several apps that allow users to save webpages for offline reading, Google says that more than 45 ...
Which is the best smartphone platform: the iPhone's iOS, or Google Android? In Macworld's (scrupulously fair) head-to-head article we list the pros and cons of buying an iPhone or an Android handset iPhone vs Android: which is the better smartphone platform? And what are the differences between iOS-...
Opera’s latest update for its desktop browser makes its easier to stay on top of conversations from various messaging apps, by baking their services right into the app. Fire up Opera and you’ll now be able to access Facebook’s Messenger, WhatsApp and Telegram right from the brow...
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1- 6 Samsung Galaxy S8 features missing in Apple iPhone 7 smartphones Samsung has finally launched its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ flagship smartphones in India at Rs 57,900 and Rs 64,900 respectively. The smartphones come with top-of-the-line specifications and competes with Apple’s current-generati...
Io, one of Jupiter’s four largest moons, was first detected by Galileo Galilei in 1610, and astronomers discovered in the 1970 that its brightness was not constant. But it was only in 1979 as the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft flew by the gas giant and its moons that the change it brightness was attri...
The atmosphere of a Neptune-sized exoplanet outside our solar system contains water, scientists have discovered. The discovery could shed light on its formation – and may improve our knowledge of our own solar system formed. Neptune-sized worlds are among the most common exoplanets in our galaxy. ...
Elon Musk-led SpaceX may send two Red Dragon spacecraft to Mars in 2020 in case one of them fails to successfully land. The Red Dragon is an unmanned SpaceX capsule for low-cost Mars missions to be launched using Falcon Heavy rockets. Nasa's Director of Planetary Science Jim Green announced during a...
Chrome for Android now lets you save entire websites for reading later. It's perfect for folks who want to read where a connection isn't available, like on the subway. It's only available for Android users right now, unfortunately, but iOS users should try "Read it Later" or "Pocket." Google r...
It can be a pain to upload your own Street View photos even if you have a 360-degree camera. You may have to stop to take photos every few feet, and then there's the question of getting the spherical shots from your camera to the internet. Google thinks it can help. It's wor...
Since the mid-1980s, the percentage of precipitation that becomes streamflow in the Upper Rio Grande watershed has fallen more steeply than at any point in at least 445 years, according to a new study led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). While this decline was driven in part b...
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft is currently conducting a series of elaborate dives in which it repeatedly comes closer to Saturn than ever before. But during its slower periods, NASA is still using the craft’s fantastic photography equipment to grab images of Saturn’s nearby bodies, such as the moo...
Scientists confront new mysteries about the largest planet in our solar system. There’s been a lot of news lately about what’s going on at the ringed planet Saturn, including NASA’s Cassini spacecraft’s heart-stopping flight through the relatively small gap that separates the plan...
I was going to start this post with some goofy anecdote about people standing in line at Starbucks while tapping away on their smartphones like zombies but, to be perfectly honest, the ridiculous product you’re about to see doesn’t even warrant that much effort. It’s a phone case that mak...
Most of us grew up learning that there are nine planets in our solar system. Back in 2006 that all changed, when Pluto was demoted from being labeled a proper planet to its new classification as a dwarf planet, leaving just eight true planets in our celestial neighborhood. Now, a group of scien...

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