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NASA Says Saturn's Moon Enceladus Is Coughing Up Ingredients for Alien Life

NASA Says Saturn's Moon Enceladus Is Coughing Up Ingredients for Alien Life

Results from the agency's Cassini spacecraft and the Hubble Space Telescope indicate hydrogen exists in the form of hydrogen plumes on Europa - one of the moons of Jupiter and Enceladas, one of th...

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Samsung Galaxy S8 And S8 Plus Launch Event In India

It will be interesting to see if Samsung's positioning of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ models works, given that it has to cover up for the losses from Note 7 fiasco. Samsung S8 and S8 plus devices have ...

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Katy Perry gets trolled for posting picture of Goddess Kali

Katy Perry gets trolled for posting picture of Goddess Kali

One fan wrote, "I don't understand, what's in there to be offended". Another said it was not a good idea for the singer to use a religious image to represent her mood. Perry, 32, was raised in a con...

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Space Capsule Blasts Off With American, Russian

For Yurchikhin, this marks his fifth launch to space, having logged a total of 537 days on one space shuttle mission in 2002 and three long-duration missions on the International Space Station in 20...

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Facebook Expects AR Smartglasses To Go Mainstream In 2022

Facebook Expects AR Smartglasses To Go Mainstream In 2022

He said that this could lead to new features on Facebook's mobile app by the end of the year. According to this timeline, Facebook expects to turn artificial intelligence, ubiquitous internet conn...

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McDonald's staff tried to stall Facebook murder suspect, says owner

McDonald's staff tried to stall Facebook murder suspect, says owner

Henry Sayers, the Erie restaurant's manager, tells reporters that Steve Stephens pulled up to the drive-thru Tuesday morning and ordered a 20-piece Chicken McNuggets and french fries. It was loud an...

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10 things the Samsung Galaxy S8 can do that the iPhone can't

10 things the Samsung Galaxy S8 can do that the iPhone can't

The crisis cost the company more than $6 billion and its global lead in smartphone sales. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be released by the fourth quarter but observers say the wait is w...

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Volkswagen plans all-electric car for China next year

An electric vehicle with a big battery obviously offers more range, but at the same time, it takes longer to charge-making it hard to quickly refuel for road trips. Design language mirrors earlier I.D...

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Celebrities warned over product promotion on Instagram

Celebrities warned over product promotion on Instagram

On that note, the FTC added that disclosures should appear in the first three lines of Instagram post to ensure that they are seen by consumers. Now officials at the consumer watchdog have written t...

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NASA Launches International Space Station Resupply Mission

The barrel-shaped Cygnus spacecraft, nestled atop a white Atlas V rocket, soared into the blue sky over Cape Canaveral, Florida at 11:11 am (1511 GMT). Finally, congratulations to NASA , ULA and ...

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EPA Chief Pruitt Calls For US To "Exit" From Paris Agreement

As for Pruitt's meeting with residents at East Chicago's USS Lead Superfund site , Frank said he and four other residents shared their experiences dealing with the city's contaminated soil and wate...

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Atlas V Launch: Rocket Will Deliver Cargo to Space Station

A delayed resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) carrying more than 7,600 pounds (3,450 kg) of food, water, clothing, equipment, and science experiments successfully launched fr...

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Joss Whedon doesn't want A-lister for Batgirl

Joss Whedon doesn't want A-lister for Batgirl

But Whedon has not put any thought to casting the role yet, saying, "I don't have my eye on everybody". "I feel like I'm creating this character, I'm gonna dialogue with her and then we'll see who joi...

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"Giraffe Mom" meets April the giraffe after becoming internet sensation

Inside Edition flew Dietrich and 6-week-old son Porter to NY for the meeting and filmed the encounter. Myrtle Beach's internet sensation Erin Dietrich - otherwise known as "Giraffe Mom" - got to me...

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China launches first cargo spacecraft

China launches first cargo spacecraft

It is expected to dock with the orbiting Tiangong-2 space lab and conduct in-orbit refuelling. Tianzhou-1 is the first cargo vessel independently built by China , and can carry a payload of up to s...

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US VP Mike Pence says to North Korea: 'The sword stands ready'

US VP Mike Pence says to North Korea: 'The sword stands ready'

More sophisticated weaponry soon appeared on Pakistan's shopping list, and the modified version of North Korea's Rodong missile known as Gauri was first tested in April 1998. The statement, which was ...

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Questions abound in aftermath of NFL star Hernandez's death

In the second murder trial, prosecutors said Hernandez opened fire on a vehicle, killing de Abreu and Furtado, because he felt disrespected when one of the men bumped into him and spilled his drink ...

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Nuclear war 'always' a concern with North Korea

Nuclear war 'always' a concern with North Korea

Han told the BBC that North Korea believed its nuclear weapons "protect" it from the threat of U.S. military action. The US has dismissed this, saying that planned, regularly occurring military exerci...

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Apple Stock Price Target Boosted For iPhone 8 Average Selling Price

According to the Economic Times , the US-tech giant is all set to start the operations of the unit, which is in partnership with a Taiwanese manufacturing firm Wistron. As the Indian ecosystem is sti...

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Apple Inc. (AAPL) iPhone 8 Facing a Resurgent Samsung (SSNLF)

Apple Inc. (AAPL) iPhone 8 Facing a Resurgent Samsung (SSNLF)

State officials in Karnataka have told the Economic Times that Taiwanese design manufacturer Wistron, a company with which Apple has a contract, will begin assembling iPhones from Bengaluru. But the...

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