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Scientists worldwide turn telescopes to

Scientists worldwide turn telescopes to "alien megastructure" star

The team, led by the star's namesake Tabetha Boyajian, saw it dim suddenly and repeatedly by up to 22 percent before it went back to normal. This time around, we get to watch the investigation in ac...

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Apple Blames Exploding Beats Headphone On Third-Party Batteries

Apple Blames Exploding Beats Headphone On Third-Party Batteries

As Engadget reports citing Australian site Adelaide Now , Apple says they have investigated the incident and determined that third-party batteries were to blame. Are we going to start seeing batter...

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Shuttle crewmates Foale and Ochoa enter Astronaut Hall of Fame

Shuttle crewmates Foale and Ochoa enter Astronaut Hall of Fame

Station commander Peggy Whitson and flight engineer Jack Fischer, both with NASA, will partner for the spacewalk, which is expected to last two hours, the US space agency said. Station managers are go...

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Humpback whale swims into Ventura Harbor

Humpback whale swims into Ventura Harbor

Higgins says whale experts have identified it as a healthy juvenile. Large crowds gathered to see the whale, which is believed to be an adolescent, after it had journeyed into Ventura Harbour, east ...

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Israel's New Economic Measures for Palestinians Not Harming Israeli Interests

On Monday, Trump's new ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, landed in Tel Aviv and drove straight to the Western Wall to say a blessing in both English and Hebrew. The US has left the status of Jeru...

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Platinum Games Working On A "Formless, Shapeless" New IP

The famous developer Platinum Games is known for creating games based on established franchises, and Transformers, Ninja Turtles, The Legend of Korra, and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance are all exampl...

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Curtains close on Ringling Bros. circus at Nassau Coliseum Sunday

Almost all of the folks at the bar said they were headed to the final 7 p.m. performance, but first, they needed a trip down memory lane with people who were, and always will be, part of a unique fami...

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North Korea confirms "successful" launch of ballistic missile

Experts said the North's reckless provocations seem to be aimed at seeking dialogue with the US on equal footing by strengthening its nuclear capabilities. North Korea fired a solid-fuel ballistic mis...

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Destiny 2 won't come to PCs until after console release

Near the stream's end, a surprise announcement arrived regarding the game's PC version, with Blizzard President Mike Morhaime appearing on screen. The PC port will be made available exclusively throug...

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Trump presents Saudis with massive arms package

Trump presents Saudis with massive arms package

He will then travel to the Vatican to meet with Pope Francis, after that he will meet with allies at a NATO Summit in Brussels and then Sicily for the G7 summit. Under the kingdom's strict dress code ...

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Destiny 2 PC: No Dedicated Servers; Won't Require High-End Specs

According to wccftech , Destiny 2 is the only first-person shooter game still running at 30FPS, as all the other big names are at 60. Yesterday was Destiny 2 day, with new gameplay unveiled ahead...

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Chelsea Manning a Free Woman

Chelsea Manning a Free Woman

September 1, 2010: Manning's civilian attorney, David E. Coombs, says his client under psychiatric care and undergoing tests amid concern that Manning is suicidal. These however were not classified ...

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Destiny 2 PC has uncapped framerate, FOV slider, 4K support

While Bungie confirmed that the PC version of Destiny 2 will not release simultaneously with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions, it will have other benefits. In Destiny 2 the story is dark on...

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Ransomware attack again thrusts US spy agency into unwanted spotlight

Ransomware attack again thrusts US spy agency into unwanted spotlight

Meanwhile, "WannaCrypt" locked up machines, encrypted files and demanded approximately $600 in Bitcoin for a recovery key. On May 12, 2017, many of our customers around the world and the critical ...

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Donald Trump Told Russians James Comey Was A 'Nut Job'

He reportedly told the senators that he knew Trump had chose to fire Comey when he drafted a memorandum blasting Comey's conduct during the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private em...

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Fans thankful to see 'Greatest Show on Earth' a final time

Hutchinson for "P.T. Barnum's Greatest Show On Earth ". Fans said they were grateful to see the show one final time before it ends its 146-year run Sunday night. Ringling had two touring circuses t...

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Seoul says North Korea fires an unidentified projectile

Seoul says North Korea fires an unidentified projectile

South Korea's Office of Joint Chiefs of Staff said a projectile was launched from area where previous test attempts have taken place near the capital of Pyongang. The official said in a statement that...

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Trump called ex-FBI director a 'nut job' in comments to Russians

Trump called ex-FBI director a 'nut job' in comments to Russians

The FBI director fired last week by President Trump, has agreed to testify in open session for a key Senate panel. "This was a five-alarm fire from early on....the way the Russians were talking ...

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Chris Cornell funeral to be held May 26 in LA, sources say

Chris Cornell funeral to be held May 26 in LA, sources say

They broke down the door and found Cornell unresponsive on the bathroom floor in his room. Soundgarden was to headline Friday at Rock on the Range, a three-day concert in Columbus, Ohio. Cornell's...

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Destiny 2's Battlenet Availability & PC Launch

The announcement was made on a livestream event earlier today, and will give Destiny 2 players access to all of Blizzard's Battle.net social functionality as well as stream live gameplay to Fac...

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TPK hikes 3D Touch price for iPhone with OLED, says paper

TPK hikes 3D Touch price for iPhone with OLED, says paper

But what price are you willing to pay for all the groundbreaking features the iPhone 8 is promising? A new report claims that Apple's 3D Touch components on the OLED-equipped iPhone 8 are 150 perc...

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Sony's Mighty PlayStation 4 Pro Can't Run Destiny 2 At 60 FPS

Sony's Mighty PlayStation 4 Pro Can't Run Destiny 2 At 60 FPS

As someone who bought a PS4 Pro in anticipation of a 60 FPS Destiny 2 , this news is a bit disappointing. Questioned on the issue by some users on Twitter , the developers of Rain Games have clari...

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Google working to further expand mobile payments, add loyalty programs

To many people, Google's current blob-shaped emoji, which you'll find everywhere from Hangouts conversations to the Android keyboard, look ugly . Announced during Google's I/O 2017 developer con...

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Android Go to arrive in the U.S. and other worldwide markets

As shown during the keynote address, when combined with Actions on Google , users will be able to make all kinds of purchases from within the Google Assistant framework using just voice command...

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Hacked? Microsoft Says Blame The Government

This is an emerging pattern in 2017. We will have to wait and see just what type of data has been compromised over the next week. WannaCry garnered headlines after it managed to affect hundreds of t...

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WannaCry ransomware - What you need to know

And it's expected to cause more problems on Monday. It surfaced on Friday and locked users out of their computers by encrypting important files - leaving only one way out i.e.by paying $300 of ransom ...

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Microsoft and NSA face off over cyber attack

In China, more than 29,000 institutions were infected with reports suggesting that around 30,000 institutions had been infected along with hundreds of thousands of devices, Xinhua reported. "They're g...

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Wannacry cyber attack compromised some Russian banks: central bank

This will, if downloaded and installed, help the owners of an estimated 70 million computers worldwide who are still running XP. Victims were given three days to pay the $300 ransom before it doubled,...

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Massive Ransomware Attack Affects Organizations Worldwide

Massive Ransomware Attack Affects Organizations Worldwide

The virus spread quickly because the culprits used a digital code believed to have been developed by the US National Security Agency - and subsequently leaked as part of a document dump, according to ...

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US willing to engage with N. Korea

US willing to engage with N. Korea

North Korea doesn't even have one and all of a sudden North Korea is the world's greatest threat to our national security. North Korea said America's decision to send a Navy strike group to Korean w...

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