Wednesday , 26 July 2017

Category: TECHNOLOGIES

Google delivers a Street View tour of the International Space Station

By Susan Noakes When Google Street View wanted to show everyone the inside of the International Space Station, it took some innovation and the help of an astronaut. ...Read the ne ...

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Neuroscientists find new way to make lab equipment on the cheap

By Brandie Weikle Using 3D printing, Raspberry Pi computers and other components you could pick up at at your local electronics store, researchers have pioneered a do-it-yourself ...

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Humans have produced 8.3 billion tonnes of plastic, researchers say

By Nicole Mortillaro Plastic is in almost everything we use. Now researchers have calculated the amount of the synthetic material humans have produced since the advent of of large ...

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Google redesigns mobile search app to add personalized feed

By Reuters User who search using Google's mobile app will receive more personalized results, including links catered to hobbies, travel and sports. The update is currently only av ...

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Search for missing Malaysian airliner reveals rich detail about Indian Ocean

By Reuters Detailed sea-floor maps made during the unsuccessful search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, released by Australia on Wednesday, could help increase the know ...

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Insurers have 'valid reason' to worry over fires in Western Canada, scientist says

By Rachel Ward Fires and floods will become more severe and more frequent in Western Canada — and insurance companies should take notice, a Calgary climate change scientist says. ...

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Soar over Pluto in stunning hi-def NASA video

By CBC News NASA has released a high-definition video showing what it would be like to fly over Pluto and its largest moon, Charon. ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Technolog ...

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New evidence suggests mighty T-rex couldn't outrun human

By Reuters Line up Usain Bolt at the starting blocks with a Tyrannosaurus rex and the dinosaur would be left behind in the sprinter's dust, according to computer-assisted research ...

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New feathered dinosaur species named after famed Alberta paleontologist

By Nicole Mortillaro Meet the Albertavenator curriei, a feathered, toothy dinosaur that once roamed a lush coastal plain in what is now Drumheller Valley. ...Read the news Source: ...

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Ashley Madison owner to pay up to $11.2M to settle U.S. class action lawsuits

By CBC News The owner of adultery website AshleyMadison.com has agreed to pay $11.2 million US to settle class action lawsuits in the U.S. on behalf of people whose personal infor ...

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