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Researchers Find an Average of ~8400 Pieces of Android Malware Every Day

Researchers Find an Average of ~8400 Pieces of Android Malware Every Day

The research company released a report at the end of last month that detailed their findings for the first quarter of 2017. That number increased to nearly 1.5 million in 2014, before it jumped to 2.3...

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SpaceX Launches first classified mission for the U.S

About nine minutes later, the rocket landed gently on a landing pad on Florida's Space Coast. The payload for the National Reconnaissance Office , which makes and operates spy satellites for the ...

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Videos of SpaceX's rocket landing are like something out of science fiction

Today was a good day for SpaceX , because not only was its Falcon 9 rocket at the center of a military launch - a longtime goal of Elon Musk's - but the entire mission went off without a hitch too....

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Celebrating "Star Wars day"

While they don't field many autograph requests, the story group represents a significant addition to the " Star Wars " hierarchy, one that speaks to Disney's grand plans for the property. "They think ...

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Fearing "alarming" anti-science policies, tens of thousands take to streets worldwide

People of all nationalities and ages attended, including babes in arms, on shoulders and in strollers. "We realized we have to be more active about what we believe in", she said. "We want our messag...

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Torontonians march for science on Earth Day

The event was part of a much broader effort where scientists and crowds gathered worldwide in some 500 cities to show their support for science and evidence-based research. "While climate change is a ...

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LoBiondo Opposes Allowing for Offshore Drilling in Atlantic Ocean

Still, Pam Giblin, an Austin, Texas-based environmental attorney who represents energy companies said Trump's order is welcome news to her clients. Reversing Obama's decision to withdraw Arctic an...

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Watch SpaceX's NROL-76 rocket launch from Cape Canaveral live

The Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Florida on Monday carrying the company's first satellite for the USA military. Because of the secretive nature of these kinds of launches, no one is quite sure ...

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Crash Bandicoot continues to visually impress in new comparison gameplay

Crash Bandicoot continues to visually impress in new comparison gameplay

Those of you who order the remastered Crash Bandicoot trilogy get a handful of extra goodies along with an updated edition of three classic Crash titles! What exactly is the Friends Pack, you ma...

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Ecobee launches next gen smart thermostat with built-in Alexa in the US

Ecobee launches next gen smart thermostat with built-in Alexa in the US

To make this announcement even more special, ecobee also detailed upcoming Alexa-powered smart light switches. You want to ask Alexa a question, but your Echo is all the way in the kitchen, and yo...

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Toyota Land Cruiser Seizes World's Fastest SUV Title

Toyota Land Cruiser Seizes World's Fastest SUV Title

Toyota is now officially claiming the title of "World's Fastest SUV ", which until this week stood at 211 miles per hour, set by a Brabus-built V12 Mercedes GLK. Toyota's Arizona Proving Ground (TA...

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Nasa's latest video of Saturn might be its most exciting yet

Nasa's latest video of Saturn might be its most exciting yet

Seeing those images we can say that life on one or the other of Saturn's moons can at least be a possibility. The unmanned Cassini-Huygens spacecraft has been in the headlines recently as she se...

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Trump to embark on maiden visit to Vatican, Israel, Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia's powerful Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met Trump in Washington in March in a visit a senior Saudi advisor called a "historical turning point" in relations. "It's a very...

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Parker retains WBO heavyweight title with win on points

Parker retains WBO heavyweight title with win on points

I said before I'll knock him out and that remains the same, but now I know I'll knock him out and take the WBO World title from him". "Joseph Parker is a big fish in a small pond". Romanian Conjanu ...

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SpaceX outlines plans to deliver broadband via satellite by 2019

SpaceX outlines plans to deliver broadband via satellite by 2019

Federal Communications Commission (FCC). SpaceX's broadband ambitions face challenges in the satellite internet realm - connections have historically seen comparatively slow speeds and high laten...

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Senate OKs bill to fund government through September

After an earlier defeat when Republican leaders were forced to pull the bill for lack of votes, the decision to move forward indicated confidence on the part of GOP leaders. US President Donald Tru...

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Macron's campaign team says it suffers "massive, coordinated hacking attack"

He has led a remarkable campaign, defying the traditional mainstream parties courtesy of his En Marche! movement. Emmanuel Macron's centrist campaign has said it was the victim of a "massive and c...

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Obamacare 'dead': Donald Trump after GOP health bill victory

It is Trump's first legislative success since taking office in January, and a victory in healthcare would help the president fulfil a key election pledge. What did they do to get it through the...

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Sanders rejoices as Trump inadvertently endorses universal healthcare

Let us move to a Medicare-for-all system that does what every other major country on Earth does: "guarantee healthcare to all people at a fraction of the cost per capita than we spend". So did US Pres...

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Record-breaking crowds flood the Parkway for NFL Draft Experience in Philly

We already handed out grades for every team's draft class here, and below, we examine the 2017 draft's winners and losers, with a look at those individuals outside of the 253 players selected whose si...

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