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India tops latest passenger trains in solar panels

A new Diesel Electric Multiple Unit (DEMU) train was officially entered into service by India’s Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu on July 14. The train left Safdarjung Station in south Delhi pulling six carriages topped with PV panels

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India tops latest passenger trains in solar panels

A new Diesel Electric Multiple Unit (DEMU) train was officially entered into service by India’s Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu on July 14. The train left Safdarjung Station in south Delhi pulling six carriages topped with PV panels

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It’s Time for Hillary Clinton to Gracefully Bow Out of Public Life, Along with All Other Women

Daniel Kibblesmith humorously imagines the monologue of a man who claims to love Hillary Clinton but does not, in fact, like Hillary Clinton, nor any woman. Go to Source

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Appeal court rules FBI national security letter gagging orders should remain in place

Anyone subject to secret surveillance by the FBI through access to their private data remains unentitled to be told about the related national security letters (NSLs). The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled that existing gagging

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Half of ex-employees still have access to corporate applications

Businesses aren’t doing enough to guard against the security risks presented by ex-employees, according to new research from identity management firm OneLogin. The study finds that nearly half (48 percent) of respondents are aware of former employees who still have

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Corelight closes $9.2M Series A to help enterprises battle ransomware

 It’s already been a year of multiple high profile ransomware attacks and now cybersecurity startup Corelight has bagged a $9.2 million Series A round, led by Accel Partners. Read More Go to Source

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Updated "liquid plastic welder" lights up home repair

Glue will do in a pinch, but it isn’t always the most effective stuff for home repairs. A few years ago, we saw a tool called Bondic, which fixes things by applying a layer of liquid plastic that will only

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Updated "liquid plastic welder" lights up home repair

Glue will do in a pinch, but it isn’t always the most effective stuff for home repairs. A few years ago, we saw a tool called Bondic, which fixes things by applying a layer of liquid plastic that will only

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Privitar raises $16M to help ensure privacy in big data analytics

 As data protection — a set of laws and practices created across different markets to ensure that our sensitive information does not get leaked or shared without our permission — continues to gain priority in our rapidly expanding digital world,

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Oxygen therapy reverses brain damage in toddler saved from drowning

If medical professionals can intervene quickly enough, the heart can be restarted after a person has officially died, but the resulting brain damage often means they struggle to return to their former motor function and neurological capacity. Now, doctors at

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Oxygen therapy reverses brain damage in toddler saved from drowning

If medical professionals can intervene quickly enough, the heart can be restarted after a person has officially died, but the resulting brain damage often means they struggle to return to their former motor function and neurological capacity. Now, doctors at

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Samsung plans to recover 157 tonnes of rare metals, including gold, from Galaxy Note 7s

 Samsung Electronics announced today that it will recycle parts from Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, which gained notoriety last year after a battery defect caused several to burst into flame. The company said in a statement on its Korean site (via Google

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Google Home and Wifi coming to Australia

Always-listening home virtual assistants can be absolute privacy nightmares, but they are oh so convenient too. Whether you select Amazon Echo or Google Home, you have to decide if you trust the company behind the assistant that is monitoring your home. Look, having

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Injury forces Sebastien Loeb out of the Silk Way Rally

Sebastien Loeb is out of the Silk Way Rally after crashing his Peugeot 3008DKR Maxi. The flying Frenchman was sitting pretty at the front of the pack, but an incident with a drain has forced him to abandon his campaign

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Injury forces Sebastien Loeb out of the Silk Way Rally

Sebastien Loeb is out of the Silk Way Rally after crashing his Peugeot 3008DKR Maxi. The flying Frenchman was sitting pretty at the front of the pack, but an incident with a drain has forced him to abandon his campaign

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Crunch Report | Disney’s Epic Star Wars Hotel

Disney plans to open an epic Star Wars hotel, new emoji are being released to the world, Amazon could be the latest to get into the meal delivery kit business and the latest Atari game console. All this on Crunch

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Space agencies prepare for communications drop out as Mars is cut off from Earth

NASA and other space agencies are preparing for some down time next week as communications with the planet Mars are cut off or seriously degraded. On July 27 at 01:17 GMT, the Red Planet will be in conjunction with the

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Space agencies prepare for communications drop out as Mars is cut off from Earth

NASA and other space agencies are preparing for some down time next week as communications with the planet Mars are cut off or seriously degraded. On July 27 at 01:17 GMT, the Red Planet will be in conjunction with the

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British roads to benefit from more reliable IT infrastructure

Britain’s roads are about to get much smarter and more connected following a new deal signed this week. Highways England, the Government company charged with operating, maintaining and improving England’s motorways and major A roads, has signed a £6.7m multi-year contract with

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Mobis wants to take immobilized drivers off the road, autonomously

According to Korean producer of automotive parts Hyundai Mobis, each year around 7,000 North American traffic fatalities are caused by drivers ceasing control of a vehicle. Looking to limit the damage, it is working on an autonomous system that would

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