• Vehicle Fires Prompt Mercedes-Benz To Recall 1 Million Cars Globally
Vehicle Fires Prompt Mercedes-Benz To Recall 1 Million Cars Globally

Affected models include C-Class, E-Class and CLA cars and GLA and GLC SUVs, all from 2015 through 2017, Fox News reported. This time it's Mercedes-Benz. In its announcement, Daimler said the problem originated in instances when the engine doesn't start. Adding 2,513 units for Vans and 348 units for smart, Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) achieved its ...

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  • World Stock Markets Mostly Weaker Ahead Of Yellen Speech
World Stock Markets Mostly Weaker Ahead Of Yellen Speech

Mr Bullard said there was no good reason to keep the balance sheet as big as it is. NEW YORK, March 2 Wall Street pulled back from Wednesday's records while the dollar strengthened on positive US data and growing expectations the Federal Reserve will soon raise interest rates.

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  • Antarctica Reaches Record High Temperatures
Antarctica Reaches Record High Temperatures

When WMO experts looked at just the continent itself (the area including the continent and its nearby islands), they found that the warmest temperature - a positively balmy 63.5 degrees F - happened on March 24, 2015 , at the Argentine Esperanza Base research station, located by the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula.

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  • Google Play starts promoting apps based on engagement
Google Play starts promoting apps based on engagement

The games saw an increase of installs between 3 to 20 times, and there was a lift in installs even after the promotional period has ended. This news is good for the developers too since they will be able to promote some of their best and most well-known games by having special sales and promotions.

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  • United States stocks off slightly after rally pushes Dow to 21115
United States stocks off slightly after rally pushes Dow to 21115

Even Wal-Mart Stores Inc (NYSE:WMT) fell 1.1%, leading the decliners of the Dow Jones industrials. "Policymakers have been falling over themselves in the rush to suggest the USA economy is ready for another hike, just one quarter after the last one", said Chris Beauchamp, analyst at IG.

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  • Amazing Samsung Galaxy S8 hands-on pics available already
Amazing Samsung Galaxy S8 hands-on pics available already

Images and hands-on videos of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus have leaked out several times in recent weeks, and now, there are even more leaked images that seemingly show the device. The home button is gone, as has been previously reported, and there doesn't appear to be any Samsung branding on the front of the phone....

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  • NASA plans robotic probe to Sun; wants to solve three important questions
NASA plans robotic probe to Sun; wants to solve three important questions

Further NASA scientists are also looking for an answer to the question of how is solar wind gets its speed. The space agency will be sending that spacecraft within four million miles of the sun in 2018, an incredibly close distance considering the fact that our Earth is 93 million miles away.

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  • Earth's Oldest Fossils Yet Discovered, Give Hope For Life On Mars
Earth's Oldest Fossils Yet Discovered, Give Hope For Life On Mars

Other clues suggested they formed near hydrothermal vents far beneath the ocean surface. Stromatolites formed in the sunlit surface waters of the sea, and signs of life from hydrothermal vents show that even at this early date life had colonised the sea from its surface to the depths.

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  • Ubisoft studio enters partnership for Avatar game
Ubisoft studio enters partnership for Avatar game

You can hear the developers and James Cameron talk about the partnership in the video below. The game will be built using the Snowdrop engine, the same engine used for The Division, which will also be used for "a number of other unannounced Ubisoft projects" according to the press release .

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  • SpaceX's Moon Mission Doesn't Mean NASA is Giving Up on the SLS
SpaceX's Moon Mission Doesn't Mean NASA is Giving Up on the SLS

This first demonstration mission will be in automatic mode, without people on board. Plans call for SpaceX's two-person lunar venture to fly some 300,000 to 400,000 miles (480,000 to 640,000 km) from Earth past the moon before Earth's gravity pulls the spacecraft back into the atmosphere for a parachute landing.

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  • German police raid sites linked to radical mosque in Berlin
German police raid sites linked to radical mosque in Berlin

Anis Amri, the terrorist who carried out the December 19 attack on a Christmas market in Berlin, visited one of the mosque organizations on the day he committed the crime, which killed 12 people and wounded over 50. Prayer mats and korans are shipped in and out at short notice, allowing for meetings with radicals often before the authorities know t...

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  • YouTube TV Unveiled With ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC
YouTube TV Unveiled With ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC

YouTube is giving viewers a way to tune in live to their favorite shows, without a cable or satellite subscription. Perhaps most enticing is the service's unlimited cloud DVR, which lets you record as much as you want, but shows are deleted nine months after they are recorded.

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  • Philippines-based militant group Abu Sayyaf beheads German hostage
Philippines-based militant group Abu Sayyaf beheads German hostage

The German national was last seen begging the embassy for help to pay the ransom in a video filmed on February 14. The military had received information about infighting within Abu Sayyaf, with some militants preferring to wait for a huge ransom and a more hardline commander demanding that the German be killed as the militants had announced, Pa...

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  • Bees' Brains Allow Them to Roll Balls for Food - Proving Intelligence
Bees' Brains Allow Them to Roll Balls for Food - Proving Intelligence

The bees quickly figured out a better way to move the ball, too. Then, the researchers moved the ball to the edge of the platform. Next, they were trained to move the ball to a specific location. "So, it's an open question. Is this an extension of the abilities they have to open up flowers?" says Seeley. "It may be that bumblebees, along with m...

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  • SpaceX announces plans to go to the Moon next year
SpaceX announces plans to go to the Moon next year

SpaceX will launch the private Dragon spacecraft mission with two private astronauts using the still-untested Falcon Heavy rocket from Kennedy Space Center's historic Launch Pad 39A. Later this year, as part of NASA's Commercial Crew Program, we will launch our Crew Dragon (Dragon Version 2) spacecraft to the International Space Station.

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  • The battery life on the new Nokia 3310 is monstrous
The battery life on the new Nokia 3310 is monstrous

Other than Nokia 3310 , the company has also announced three new smartphones Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6. All four devices are aluminium, and each is shaped from an individual block of metal. It will sport a 5.7-inch QHD Super AMOLED display , a 24-megapixel rear camera with OIS alongside a 12-megapixel front camera . The Nokia 6 will now...

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  • De Lima's Senate, bar membership in serious jeopardy - House leaders
De Lima's Senate, bar membership in serious jeopardy - House leaders

When de Lima headed the government's Commission on Human Rights, she tried unsuccessfully to have Duterte prosecuted when he was mayor of Davao city for unlawful deaths in a crackdown against illegal drugs he had launched there. Since his inauguration on June 30, an anti-drug drive has seen more than 7 ,000 people killed over suspected drug links ...

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  • NASA weighing risk of adding crew to megarocket's first flight
NASA weighing risk of adding crew to megarocket's first flight

During the first mission of SLS and Orion, NASA plans to send the spacecraft into a distant lunar retrograde orbit, which will require additional propulsion moves, a flyby of the Moon and return trajectory burns. "There's not pressure to go do this", Gerstenmaier said. "NASA should provide a compelling rationale in terms of benefits gained in ret...

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  • Did Apple just delay the iPad Pro 2?
Did Apple just delay the iPad Pro 2?

The 12.9-inch and 10.5-inch models are expected to feature the A10X processor, while the entry-level 9.7-inch model will use the A9 processor. However, DigiTimes claims that the launch and release date for all of the devices might not happen until May or June, based on information it has received from sources in the supply chain.

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  • Blackberry KEYone review: the physical keyboard that will never die
Blackberry KEYone review: the physical keyboard that will never die

On the inside of the BlackBerry KEYone is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 octa-core SoC along with Adreno 506 GPU. You're right if you say you've already seen this phone. The fingerprint reader that's embedded in the physical spacebar has been positioned perfectly. "At $549, the KeyOne is far from the most expensive handset on the market, but armch...

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