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NASA’s Moon Probes Observing China’s First Lunar Lander Chang’e 3

NASA’s Moon Probes Observing China’s First Lunar Lander Chang’e 3

Before China sent its first unmanned spacecraft Chang’e 3 to the Moon, NASA had already sent few probes for different purposes. As Chang’e 3 is now exploring the Moon, all NASA’s probes are keeping a sharp eye on Chang’e 3.

By On December 19, 2013 Respond
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Arctic Sea Ice Increases By 50% Over A Year

Arctic Sea Ice Increases By 50% Over A Year

For the past many years, scientists have been lamenting that the polar ice is losing its volume, leading to drastic climatic changes. Now, an ESA satellite has surprisingly revealed that the volume of sea ice in the Arctic has increased by 50% over a year.

By On December 17, 2013 Respond
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Mobile Devices Now Account For 20% Of Global Internet Browsing

Mobile Devices Now Account For 20% Of Global Internet Browsing

Once upon a time, computers were the only way to browse internet. Then along came smartphones and tablets, and things changed. Now, a market research firm has revealed, mobile browsers account for more than 20% of all browsing.

By On December 16, 2013 Respond
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Chinese Hackers Spyied On European Diplomats During G20 Meetings Using Malware

Chinese Hackers Spyied On European Diplomats During G20 Meetings Using Malware

Chinese hackers have earned a notorious reputation over the years, hacking into the machines of countless organizations. Now, a report from FireEye reveals that hackers based in China were able to access the computers of European diplomats during G20 meetings.

By On December 15, 2013 Respond
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New York Will Soon Host America’s Largest Free Public Wi-Fi Network

New York Will Soon Host America’s Largest Free Public Wi-Fi Network

New York City may not top the global internet accessibility index right now but that is about to change. NYC’s Mayor has now announced the launch of a blanket Wi-Fi for 95 districts of Harlem, which will be the largest free Wi-Fi network in the U.S.

By On December 11, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Files Patent For Transparent Display With Touchscreen On Both Sides

Samsung Files Patent For Transparent Display With Touchscreen On Both Sides

When it comes to smartphone displays, the current race in the tech arena is all about higher resolutions. A patent filing reveals that Samsung is exploring other options too, such as a handset with transparent display and touchscreen on both sides.

By On December 10, 2013 Respond
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Apple Starts Using iBeacons Across Its 254 Retail Stores In US

Apple Starts Using iBeacons Across Its 254 Retail Stores In US

Apple has started using iBeacons at all of its 254 retail stores in the U.S. The new technology enables Apple customers to instantly purchase new items at the store and enables any iOS device to send push notifications to another iOS device nearby.

By On December 7, 2013 Respond
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[Infographic] See The Snapshot Of Earth’s Neighborhood Exoplanets

[Infographic] See The Snapshot Of Earth’s Neighborhood Exoplanets

Space has made many people curious to know its secrets. There are many people who want to know the Earth’s neighborhood exoplanets. Lately, webcomic xkcd has revealed an infographic, showing the snapshot of Earth’s neighborhood exoplanets.

By On December 3, 2013 Respond
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[Deal] Microsoft Offering Big Price Reduction For Cyber Monday

[Deal] Microsoft Offering Big Price Reduction For Cyber Monday

Microsoft is offering sale on various eclectic products for Cyber Monday which including discounts on two huge Xbox One bundles. Details with links inside.

By On December 3, 2013 Respond
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Researchers Solved The Mystery – How Fire Ants Survive Floods

Researchers Solved The Mystery – How Fire Ants Survive Floods

Fire ant is the popular name for ants. They are stinging ants and can be distinguished from other ants by their copper brown head and body with a darker abdomen. During flood, these fire ants are supposed to drown. But mysteriously all the time these creates survive. For decades, researchers have been trying to find out how fire ants survive floods. The good news is now researchers have solved the mystery of how fire ants survive floods.

By On November 29, 2013 Respond
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Amazon Will Launch New Black Friday Deal Every 10 Minutes

Amazon Will Launch New Black Friday Deal Every 10 Minutes

It is that time of the year again when the retailers launch a barrage of lucrative deals and customers open up their wallets to indulge in a shopping spree. This year, Amazon has announced that it will be launching a new Black Friday deal every 10 minutes, starting from Sunday, Nov 24.

By On November 23, 2013 Respond
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Google Brings Voice Commands To Chromebooks

Google Brings Voice Commands To Chromebooks

Google has recently focused on enabling voice-based search and other functionality on mobile devices. Now, the company is apparently preparing a similar funtionality for Chromebooks. The latest Chrome OS developer release comes with the ability to make a few rudimentary voice commands.

By On November 22, 2013 Respond
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TorGuard: The Site That Fought Off Spammers, Botnets And Fake Pizza Deliveries

TorGuard: The Site That Fought Off Spammers, Botnets And Fake Pizza Deliveries

If you want to compromise a website’s security, there are virtually countless ways to go about it. But if the person taking care of that site’s security is good enough, he’ll know how to tackle each of them. Something along these lines happened to the VPN service, TorGuard, which had to fight off large botnets, spammers and fake pizza deliveries.

By On November 14, 2013 Respond
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Stephen Hawking Says Physics Became Less Interesting After ‘God Particle’ Discovery

Stephen Hawking Says Physics Became Less Interesting After ‘God Particle’ Discovery

Discovery of the Higgs boson (also known as God particle) completes our picture of the known elementary particles of the universe. It demonstrates the power of theoretical physics to explain nature. But professor Stephen Hawking has said that physics would be ‘more interesting’ if Higgs boson hadn’t been found.

By On November 14, 2013 Respond
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Mozilla’s Lightbeam For Firefox Lets You Visualize The Websites Tracking You

Mozilla’s Lightbeam For Firefox Lets You Visualize The Websites Tracking You

Online privacy is becoming an increasingly hot point of contest in the tech world. Companies want more of the user’s data while users want greater privacy. An excellent new tool that lets you keep track of all such sites which collect your data is Mozilla’s Lightbeam for Firefox.

By On November 11, 2013 Respond
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