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NASA To Reformat Mars Rover Opportunity’s Memory From Earth

NASA To Reformat Mars Rover Opportunity’s Memory From Earth

Like any computer on Earth, long-duration space robots’ memories sometimes need to be reformatted. This is certainly the case for NASA’s Mars exploration rover Opportunity that has had more than its fair share of computer glitches recently. So now, NASA has decided to reformat Opportunity’s memory from Earth.

By On September 2, 2014 Respond
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Gene Studies Show That Ebola Virus Mutates Faster In Humans Than In Animal Hosts

Gene Studies Show That Ebola Virus Mutates Faster In Humans Than In Animal Hosts

Ebola virus (EBOV) is the most dangerous of the five known viruses within the genus Ebolavirus. The astonishing news is gene studies have shown that Ebola virus mutates faster in humans than in animal hosts.

By On September 1, 2014 Respond
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Flaw Lets Hackers Break WiFi Router’s Security With One Guess

Flaw Lets Hackers Break WiFi Router’s Security With One Guess

When hackers don’t know your WiFi router’s password, but want to crack/hack it, then they have no option except for entering some random passwords with guesses. It’s quite a bit tough to guess the password, but now researchers are saying that flaw lets hackers break WiFi router’s security with just only one guess!

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GPS-enabled Smart Shoes ‘LeChal’ Launched To Show You Direction

GPS-enabled Smart Shoes ‘LeChal’ Launched To Show You Direction

Imagine you are alone and heavily plastered and can’t remember where you live, but the address/location is stored in your phone. But you are in a position to use that. In this situation, how will you go to your home? Well, your shoes will take you to your sweet home!

By On August 31, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Testing Keyword Search On Older Posts

Facebook Testing Keyword Search On Older Posts

Searching old things like a post, status etc. in Facebook is still just like a nightmare. But seems like, this nightmare will be over soon. Lately, we have come to know that Facebook is testing keyword search for older posts on its mobile app, which will enable users to search through post content posted by friends and pages followed by them.

By On August 31, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Planning To Record The Sound Of The Entire Planet

Scientists Planning To Record The Sound Of The Entire Planet

Every time we hear different kinds of sound. Even ‘silence’ has its own sound, but we can’t hear that. However, scientists know very well that our planet is a source of many unusual sounds. So now, they have decided to record every sound that our Earth makes.

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Cable Companies Don’t Want “Expansion Of High-speed Internet”, FCC In Dilemma

Cable Companies Don’t Want “Expansion Of High-speed Internet”, FCC In Dilemma

At present, we can’t even go through a single moment without internet. In fact, internet has become a part and parcel of our daily life. However, the US, one of the strongest and well developed countries in the world, is trying to provide its all the citizens high speed internet. But cable companies don’t want that.

By On August 30, 2014 Respond
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MSN Messenger Shutting Down This October 31 After 15 Years Of Memories

MSN Messenger Shutting Down This October 31 After 15 Years Of Memories

Microsoft’s instant messaging platform, MSN Messenger (Windows Live Messenger), started its journey as a simple text chat service and a rival to AOL’s AIM service and ICQ in July of 1999. But lately, it’s been reported that MSN Messenger is getting shut down forever in China, and if the Chinese MSN Messenger users want to use it after its closure, then they will need to use Skype.

By On August 30, 2014 Respond
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Beijing Hospital Performs World’s First 3D Printed Vertebra Surgery

Beijing Hospital Performs World’s First 3D Printed Vertebra Surgery

Since the 3D printing things have shown a great success in most of the cases, doctors as well as hospitals have already inclined to use this technology in with patients. Lately, we have come to know that Beijing Hospital has done the world’s first 3D printed vertebra surgery to a 12-year-old boy in China.

By On August 30, 2014 Respond
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[Breakthrough] Scientists Improved Adults’ Memory Using Electrical Stimulation

[Breakthrough] Scientists Improved Adults’ Memory Using Electrical Stimulation

Researchers have always tried to enhance people’s memory. And the breakthrough is lately, for the first time, scientists from the Northwestern University have successfully improved adult people’s memory using electrical stimulation.

By On August 29, 2014 Respond
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Apple May Launch Its 12.9-inch iPad In Early 2015

Apple May Launch Its 12.9-inch iPad In Early 2015

Since the last report of Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad, we haven’t heard anything new from Apple or any other source. But now, we have come to know that Apple is about to unveil the 12.9-inch iPad in early 2015.

By On August 29, 2014 Respond
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Desire 510: HTC’s “Most Affordable” 4G Android Smartphone

Desire 510: HTC’s “Most Affordable” 4G Android Smartphone

For the past few months we have heard that Taiwanese manufacturer HTC would launch its “most affordable” Android smartphone soon. And lately, HTC HTC has unveiled Desire 510, which the company claims its “most affordable” 4G Android smartphone.

By On August 27, 2014 Respond
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13-year Old Girl Discovered A Fungus That Sickens AIDS Patients

13-year Old Girl Discovered A Fungus That Sickens AIDS Patients

A 13-year-old girl named Elan has discovered a fungus while gathering soil and tree samples from areas around Los Angeles for her science project during summer. According to researchers, that fungus is deadly and sickens AIDS patients.

By On August 27, 2014 Respond
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NASA Building World’s Largest Rocket, Its Sound During Launch May Annihilate Buildings

NASA Building World’s Largest Rocket, Its Sound During Launch May Annihilate Buildings

Space agency NASA is building a brand new and the world’s largest rocket called the Space Launch System (SLS). Its engines are highly powerful. NASA engineers have figured out that surrounding buildings may knock down when the rocket would launch from its pad.

By On August 27, 2014 Respond
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Researchers Claim Drawing Skills Of Children Indicate Their Future Intelligence

Researchers Claim Drawing Skills Of Children Indicate Their Future Intelligence

From the moment babies can hold the pencil, their scribbling on a piece of paper is a source of endless hours of fun for them. But now researchers from King’s College London in the UK, believe that drawing skills of children indicate their future intelligence.

By On August 26, 2014 Respond
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