• NASA just broke a photography record with photos taken in Kuiper Belt
NASA just broke a photography record with photos taken in Kuiper Belt

Now New Horizons has just broke its own record, delivering a new "farthest" milestone image. New Horizons was launched on January 19, 2006. Then New Horizons started its journey towards Pluto, the dwarf planet. These December 2017 false-colour images of Kupier-Edgeworth Belt objects 2012 HZ84 (left) and 2012 HE85 are, for now, the farthest ...

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  • Apple investigating after man says AirPods exploded
Apple investigating after man says AirPods exploded

Thankful that he removed the earbuds in time, Colon is now anxious about what could happen to other AirPod owners. However, not the man, or anyone else, was present to see the actual pop or explosion of the small device so we can not yet be certain as to what may have actually happened.

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  • Second asteroid in a week to pass close to Earth on Friday
Second asteroid in a week to pass close to Earth on Friday

Asteroid 2018 CB is the second small asteroid to buzz by the planet this week, according to NASA. Asteroid 2018 CB was discovered by the NASA-funded Catalina Sky Survery (CSS) on February 4. In the meantime, astronomers are looking out for asteroids in the far cosmic reaches. " Asteroids of this size do not often approach this close to ou...

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  • Canada shed 88000 jobs in January
Canada shed 88000 jobs in January

Wage growth also received a boost in January, a month that saw Ontario lift its minimum wage. Employment declines were seen across the field, from low-paying jobs in warehousing, retail and wholesale to lucrative areas of professional, scientific and technical services.

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  • Qualcomm rejects $121-billion Broadcom offer
Qualcomm rejects $121-billion Broadcom offer

On the other hand, on Friday Broadcom stated that its offer of $82 per share is its best and last offer. Qualcomm rejected an initial $103bn bid from its rival in November, and an improved offer has been met with equal uninterest, with the Qualcomm board branding it "inadequate".

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  • Nintendo eShop will accept My Nintendo gold points in March
Nintendo eShop will accept My Nintendo gold points in March

Since the release of the Switch in March past year, Nintendo has released some big hits when it comes to first party games. Of course, you can also continue to redeem your points for existing My Nintendo rewards for Wii U or Nintendo 3DS systems.

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  • DNA Analysis Reveals First British Folks Had Dark Skin
DNA Analysis Reveals First British Folks Had Dark Skin

The results, announced on February 7, show that this Brit-contrary to common cultural assumptions about about the association between skin pigmentation and geographic origins-had dark brown skin and blue eyes. Twitter users have been reacting to news that Britain's oldest skeleton had dark skin and blue eyes. No prehistoric Briton of the age of...

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  • 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Helps Offset Other Disney Q1 Declines
'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Helps Offset Other Disney Q1 Declines

Finally, users will be able to access ESPN Plus via the redesigned application. ESPN Plus will debut in the spring and be available on Android, iOS, and Chromecast devices. The app will also have original content and provide access to ESPN's library of programming, including the documentary series 30 for 30 . There's also the pending acq...

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  • King Announces Lobster Emoji Officially Coming Soon
King Announces Lobster Emoji Officially Coming Soon

King tweeted thanks to The Unicode Consortium for "recognizing the impact of this critical crustacean, in ME and across the country". Are you ready for a new set of emojis? King signed his tweet with an emoji for a cow followed by another for a crown.

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  • International Olympic Committee rejects request to invite 15 banned Russian athletes
International Olympic Committee rejects request to invite 15 banned Russian athletes

The IOC said the two coaches "should not be considered for an invitation" because of previous evidence available to the IOC. Peskov also said that Russia continued negotiations with the IOC on the issue of protection of Russian athletes' interests and their participation in the upcoming Winter Olympic Games in South Korea's PyeongChang .

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  • Xiaomi Redmi 5 Confirmed To Launch On Valentine's Day
Xiaomi Redmi 5 Confirmed To Launch On Valentine's Day

The smartphone is expected to compete directly with Honor's recently released 9 Lite ( review ), which starts at Rs 10,999 for base 3GB/32GB variant. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 could be announced by the company by the end of this month. The organization has conveyed squeeze welcomes for a launch occasion occurring on the fourteenth of February with ...

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  • NASA's Curiosity rover offers unbelievable panoramic view of its journey
NASA's Curiosity rover offers unbelievable panoramic view of its journey

NASA has released incredible footage of a Martian panorama that was snapped by the Curiosity rover. The photos were taken on October 25, 2017, by Curiosity's Mast Camera. The plan is for the rover to climb the slope in the coming weeks to continue exploring. The Curiosity is NASA's longest running rover, and has travelled more than 45 kilometre...

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  • Lunar show as Moon changes colour
Lunar show as Moon changes colour

The western US should had good viewing, too, along with Russian Federation. The light from sunsets and sunrises happening all over the world was also reflecting off the moon, making it seem red. Because the eclipse occurred at a time when the moon was near its perigree, it appeared especially large and bright to skywatchers. Since the full mo...

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  • CIA Director Defends Meeting With Russian Spy Chiefs
CIA Director Defends Meeting With Russian Spy Chiefs

Among those Pompeo met was Sergei Naryshkin, head of Russia's foreign intelligence service, the SVR, according to Russia's state news agency Itar Tass. Schumer wants to know why the visit was allowed, who approved it, which other Russian officials were in the delegation and whether they also are under sanction.

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  • Steve Soderbergh's iPhone Shot Thriller 'Unsane' Hits Theaters In March
Steve Soderbergh's iPhone Shot Thriller 'Unsane' Hits Theaters In March

The movie will also star Juno Temple ( Maleficent, The Dark Knight Rises ) and Aimee Mullins ( Stranger Things Season 1). Instead she plays a woman involuntarily committed to a mental institution, who is forced to rely on her own wits when no one else believes her or is willing to help.

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  • Trump giving it to us right where the sun shines
Trump giving it to us right where the sun shines

And in truth, more tariffs won't encourage domestic solar manufacturers to produce any more efficiently while the higher cost of solar panels won't encourage solar installers to purchase any more solar panels, hobbling the solar industry for the next couple years.

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  • Facebook posts $4.2bn profit as Mark Zuckerberg laments 'hard year'
Facebook posts $4.2bn profit as Mark Zuckerberg laments 'hard year'

Facebook has also been moving to expand from its core social network to grow the image-sharing service Instagram, while ramping up the capabilities of its Messenger and WhatsApp services. "They are completely off Facebook ". The company reported fourth quarter revenue of almost $13bn, up 47% from the same period in 2016. It reported adjus...

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  • IOS 11.3 Beta Mainly Focus on Reliability, Performance not on Battery
IOS 11.3 Beta Mainly Focus on Reliability, Performance not on Battery

Following a report which the United States authorities are investigating Apple's power management function that slows down several old iPhone models, Apple issued a statement on late Tuesday confirming that it's " received inquiries from some government agencies" and is "responding to them".

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  • German mobile app market reaches Euro 1.5 bln in revenue in 2017
German mobile app market reaches Euro 1.5 bln in revenue in 2017

Apps that violate Google Play policies come in all shapes and sizes. Google also admitted that some malicious apps will fall through the cracks and make it on the Play Store, as no review system is flawless. Google's Files Go app, which was unveiled alongside other "Go" edition apps and Android 8.0 Oreo (Go Edition), has been updated with some ne...

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