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NASA’s Kepler Discovered Kepler 186f – The Most Earth-like Planet Yet

NASA’s Kepler Discovered Kepler 186f – The Most Earth-like Planet Yet

Space agency NASA launched its Kepler space telescope on 7 March, 2009. Since then, the telescope had been engaged searching Earth-like planets in space. However, lately it’s been reported that Kepler has discovered the most Earth-like planet yet.

By On April 18, 2014 Respond
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Canada Arrested The First Heartbleed Hacker

Canada Arrested The First Heartbleed Hacker

Yesterday, Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced that they had arrested a 19-year-old Ontario man for allegedly taking advantage of the Heartbleed bug to steal tax information from a government website.

By On April 17, 2014 Respond
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White Colored Google Glass Sold Out In Few Hours

White Colored Google Glass Sold Out In Few Hours

Last week, Google announced that it would sell various colored Google Glass to U.S people only on April 15. And guess what? Out of many colorful Google Glasses, white colored Google Glasses went sold out in few hours.

By On April 17, 2014 Respond
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[Video] Watch Snowboarder Jamie Barrow Gliding With Handheld Thruster

[Video] Watch Snowboarder Jamie Barrow Gliding With Handheld Thruster

21-year-old Jamie Barrow is Britain’s fastest snowboarder. Lately, Barrow has done gliding with handheld thruster in order to break his maximum speed record of 151.6 kmph (94.2 mph).

By On April 17, 2014 Respond
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[Video] Study Says Parent Parrots Name Their Chicks And Call Them By That Name

[Video] Study Says Parent Parrots Name Their Chicks And Call Them By That Name

Since long time researchers had been thinking – ‘why would parrots try to mimic us?’ Researchers have found that parrots try to mimic human speech so that they could learn uttering words properly and later, they could give a name to their chicks and call them by that name.

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Study Shows Goats Have Excellent Problem-Solving Skills And Long-Term Memory

Study Shows Goats Have Excellent Problem-Solving Skills And Long-Term Memory

Goats are one of the oldest domesticated species. They are extremely curious and intelligent. But a new study has suggested that goats have excellent problem-solving skills and long-term memory than previously thought.

By On April 16, 2014 Respond
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Shattering Facebook’s Dream, Google Finally Acquired Titan Aerospace

Shattering Facebook’s Dream, Google Finally Acquired Titan Aerospace

It’s nothing new that tech companies compete among themselves, when it’s about acquiring a new company. Social media giant Facebook planned to acquire drone maker company Titan Aerospace, but all on a sudden beating Facebook, internet search giant Google has acquired it.

By On April 16, 2014 Respond
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Biodegradable Water Balloon-like Blob: An Alternate Of Plastic Bottle

Biodegradable Water Balloon-like Blob: An Alternate Of Plastic Bottle

Often people are seen drinking water from bottle. But some London-based design students have made Ooho, a biodegradable, H2O balloon-like blob, that could shortly be an alternate of drinking water instead of from a ubiquitous plastic bottle.

By On April 16, 2014 Respond
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NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Probe Will Collect Samples And Return To Earth: Lockheed Martin

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Probe Will Collect Samples And Return To Earth: Lockheed Martin

For long time we’ve been hearing that NASA will launch a $800 million probe called OSIRIS-REx towards an asteroid. Lately, Lockheed Martin has announced that OSIRIS-REx will go into space, collect samples of that asteroid and return to Earth.

By On April 15, 2014 Respond
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Thieves Using Tiny Cameras To Steal Credit-Card Info From NYC Subway

Thieves Using Tiny Cameras To Steal Credit-Card Info From NYC Subway

At present, thieves have become smart too. Lately, it’s been reported that some clever thieves are now using tiny cameras to steal credit card info from NYC subway.

By On April 14, 2014 Respond
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Facebook’s News Feed To Punish Pages That Ask For Likes Or Share

Facebook’s News Feed To Punish Pages That Ask For Likes Or Share

Last month, Facebook unveiled a new outlook for its News Feed. But Facebook has found that almost its every users’ News Feed is filled with a lot of spams. Therefore, now Facebook has decided to punish those pages that ask for ‘Like’ or ‘Share’.

By On April 13, 2014 Respond
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[Rumor] Amazon Building Its Own Smartphone, May Release In June

[Rumor] Amazon Building Its Own Smartphone, May Release In June

Amazon is such an online shop where you can get almost every electronic devices as well gadgets at cheapest price. Usually, Amazon sells others’ products, but now a rumor is swirling around that Amazon is building its own smartphone and may release it in June.

By On April 13, 2014 Respond
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Twitter Rolling Out New Facebook-alike Design To Users

Twitter Rolling Out New Facebook-alike Design To Users

Twitter is rolling out Facebook-alike new design (profile and cover photo and overall look) to its users. all. And lately, Twitter has announced that it is rolling the new design to its users.

By On April 10, 2014 Respond
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Google Testing New UI And Features For Google Calendar

Google Testing New UI And Features For Google Calendar

Google always loves to do experiment with its services. If the experiments are proved to be successful, the company utilizes the features, otherwise omit those. And now we’ve come to know that Google is testing new user interface (UI) and features for Google Calendar.

By On April 10, 2014 Respond
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NIST-F2: The World’s Most Accurate Clock, Won’t Miss A Second For 300 Million Years

NIST-F2: The World’s Most Accurate Clock, Won’t Miss A Second For 300 Million Years

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have made a new atomic clock NIST-F2, which they claim, is the world’s most accurate clock and won’t miss a second for 300 million years.

By On April 9, 2014 Respond
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