• Three Astronauts including Scott Kelly land in Kazakhstan Desert
Three Astronauts including Scott Kelly land in Kazakhstan Desert

While on the ISS for the record-setting one-year-mission, almost 400 "investigations" designed by NASA to "benefit all humanity" along with advancing NASA's mission, were carried out by the crew. Kelly posted numerous images to his #YearInSpace hashtag on twitter to the delight of viewers around the globe. The crux of his mission was to serve a...

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5 with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OTA Update
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OTA Update

The Samsung Galaxy S7 comes out into the markets with two variants - the S7 and the S7 Edge, with both the variants further having two variants, featuring either the Snapdragon 820 or the Exynos 8890 depending upon the region. Finally, Samsung has launched Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge Smartphone's and Yes they are really impressive. Softw...

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  • Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition Pre-Orders Open, Shipping March 30
Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition Pre-Orders Open, Shipping March 30

Microsoft says HoloLens is "powered by a custom-built Microsoft Holographic Processing Unit (HPU) and an Intel 32-bit architecture". The headset is also equipped with multiple sensors and a built-in camera that analyze your surrounding environment.

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  • Total Solar Eclipse on March 8th and 9th
Total Solar Eclipse on March 8th and 9th

A solar eclipse is a natural event that takes place on Earth when the moon moves in its orbit between Earth and the sun. The next "deep" partial eclipse visible in the United Kingdom is not due until August 12 2026, and the next total eclipse not until September 2090.

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  • Netflix Makes Good On Its Promise to Crack Down on VPNs
Netflix Makes Good On Its Promise to Crack Down on VPNs

When Netflix announced earlier this year that it would start blocking people accessing its service from a country not theirs; it had little or no success doing so. They can generate more revenue by licensing their content per country instead of a selling one worldwide license. While there are those in the United Kingdom who say they can no long...

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  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge deep dive - is it really waterproof?
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge deep dive - is it really waterproof?

The Galaxy S7 edge will be having the 5.5-inch display screen while the Galaxy S7 is having the 5.1-inch display screen. Both handsets have a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera . With a host of accessories on hand, both devices are good options, depending on the users' priorities. Android Marshmallow is c...

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  • Republican presidential caucus to be held March 5
Republican presidential caucus to be held March 5

Paul also argued that the earlier election date would make Kentucky more relevant in the presidential nomination process. The caucus, which is run by the state Republican party and county parties, replaces the usual presidential primary in May.

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  • Bill Gates says Apple-FBI fight is not black and white
Bill Gates says Apple-FBI fight is not black and white

However if there is, at least, one big name in tech that does not support Apple, it is the co-founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates. The Justice Department launched its unusually public campaign to force Apple's hand by publicizing the court order itself, which normally would have been under seal, according to legal experts.

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  • SpaceX's rescheduled rocket launch will be held this afternoon
SpaceX's rescheduled rocket launch will be held this afternoon

The approximately 90-minute launch window opens at 6:46:14 p.m. ET. The first launch scrub on Wednesday was called some 45 minutes before launch. Though it aims to make the Falcon 9 more efficient, the new propellant appears responsible for the delays, as the company struggles to nail down the timing of chilling the liquid oxygen and loading it...

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  • Microsoft's Acquisition of Xamarin is Good News for C# Developers
Microsoft's Acquisition of Xamarin is Good News for C# Developers

But this mobile-focused deal has the developer at its center, rather than individual apps for end users. By building on .Net and C#,  Xamarin  has provided Windows developers with an easy route to building applications outside the Windows ecosystem, without alienating users.

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  • Adorable Photos to Celebrate International Polar Bear Day
Adorable Photos to Celebrate International Polar Bear Day

When food becomes less common in the late summer and autumn, some male polar bears find cannibalism to be the easiest solution. Winnipeg's Assiniboine Park Zoo welcomed two more polar bears on Friday, but this pair requires very little maintenance and will reside in the front lobby.

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  • Samsung scores legal win over Apple in patent feud
Samsung scores legal win over Apple in patent feud

The appeals court also said that Apple's patents on slide-to-unlock and auto-correct were invalid. When Apple first started suing Samsung several years ago, what it really wanted to do was stop Samsung from shipping key Android phones and get the hardware maker to change the way it designed products.

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  • Deadly February tornadoes were first ever recorded in Virginia for the month
Deadly February tornadoes were first ever recorded in Virginia for the month

There were multiple injuries across the state, with the highest concentration of injuries occurring in Tappahannock. Hardest hit in Louisiana was the Mississippi River hamlet of Convent, where 90 percent of the estimated 160 mobile homes at the Sugar Hill trailer park were demolished, state police superintendent Colonel Mike Edmonson told a news ...

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  • University will soon be free for low-income Ontario students
University will soon be free for low-income Ontario students

Hospital funding is increasing by $345 million, $130 million will be spent on cancer-care services and an additional $75 million is being earmarked for community-based residential hospices and palliative care. Costs are rising for Ontario consumers and they can't even drown their sorrows in wine without spending more, said the Canadian Taxpayers' F...

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  • Gravitational Waves Detected: Stephen Hawking says it could 'revolutionise astronomy'
Gravitational Waves Detected: Stephen Hawking says it could 'revolutionise astronomy'

Visible light first revealed the starry nether space, infrared allowed us to peer further back in time and see older, more distant stars. The discovery of gravitational waves , or ripples in space-time, could "revolutionise astronomy", according to renowned United Kingdom physicist Stephen Hawking who congratulated scientists on their groundbrea...

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  • YouTube Now Lets You Blur Random Objects In Videos
YouTube Now Lets You Blur Random Objects In Videos

The new functionality is an enhancement of the face blurring feature that YouTube has had for a few years now. You may not need it very often, but when you do, it will be extremely handy.

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  • Gravitational Waves From Black Hole Collision Rock Scientific World
Gravitational Waves From Black Hole Collision Rock Scientific World

The results reported by the Laser Gravitational-Wave Observatory mark the first-ever observations of a black hole merger, and the first of what's expected to be many observations of gravitational waves. "And when we hear the universe, we will learn about the secret life of black holes - their birth, their death, their marriage, their feeding". In...

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  • IPhone 5SE, iPad Air 3 - What To Expect From Apple in March
IPhone 5SE, iPad Air 3 - What To Expect From Apple in March

Aside from the A9 chipset,  Vine Report  stated that the iPhone 5se also inherits a few other specifications from the iPhone 6s, such as an integrated NFC chip for  Apple Pay , as well as support for Live Photo. Apple  is expected to host an event at its own Cupertino campus, which means that it will be a small and relatively low-key event by its s...

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  • Full Snow Moon in the sky Monday night
Full Snow Moon in the sky Monday night

On Tuesday, Jupiter will be sitting fairly close the moon in what astronomers call a conjunction. Jupiter will appear bright in the sky, providing a good photo opportunity for sky watchers, if clouds cooperate. It's called a snow moon because each full moon has a different name for the month it falls in. As for Jupiter's conjunction with the Snow...

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  • Microsoft, Samsung and Intel form smart home alliance
Microsoft, Samsung and Intel form smart home alliance

In addition to these four, other founding members of OCF include ARRIS, Cable Labs, Cisco, Electrolux, and General Electric. The OCF's vision for IoT is that billions of connected devices (appliances, phones, computers, industrial equipment) will communicate with one another regardless of manufacturer, operating system, chipset or transport.

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