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Giveaway: Get Advanced SystemCare 10.5 PRO (worth $19.95) FREE for a limited time

As Summer continues relentlessly, why not escape the sun and spent some time optimizing your PC? From today, 4 August 2017, you’ll be able to do just that thanks to our 48-hour Downloadcrew Giveaway, which is for a year’s license for

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FaceApp adds paid selfie styling effects

 Face-morphing app FaceApp, which uses a neural network for editing selfies in a photorealistic fashion, has updated its app to what it’s calling FaceApp 2.0 — further fleshing out its monetization play with a Pro version that contains a series

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Old harbor crane turned into luxury retreat, complete with spa

Here’s something you don’t see every day. Arcgency has transformed an old industrial crane in a Copenhagen harbor into something far more luxurious. Named the Krane, it has a plush multi-level interior that includes a spa, meeting room, sleeping quarters

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Old harbor crane turned into luxury retreat, complete with spa

Here’s something you don’t see every day. Arcgency has transformed an old industrial crane in a Copenhagen harbor into something far more luxurious. Named the Krane, it has a plush multi-level interior that includes a spa, meeting room, sleeping quarters

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Uber knowingly leased recalled vehicles to its drivers in Singapore

 Uber is in the spotlight for shady operations once again after a report revealed that the U.S. ride-hailing giant knowingly leased cars that were subject to a recall to drivers in Singapore. A Wall Street Journal report exposed the events which took

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CRISPR-treated skin graft used to treat diabetes in mice

While the development of the CRISPR gene editing system is turning into one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs of the century, there are still many hurdles to overcome before the technology is efficiently applied in people. One big problem is

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CRISPR-treated skin graft used to treat diabetes in mice

While the development of the CRISPR gene editing system is turning into one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs of the century, there are still many hurdles to overcome before the technology is efficiently applied in people. One big problem is

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Five years on, Curiosity is still capturing amazing images of Mars

As of August 5th, 2017, NASA’s Curiosity rover will have been cruising the landscape of Mars for five years. This US$2.5 billion-dollar mission landed the largest, and most technologically sophisticated, rover ever to roam the surface of the Red Planet.

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Five years on, Curiosity is still capturing amazing images of Mars

As of August 5th, 2017, NASA’s Curiosity rover will have been cruising the landscape of Mars for five years. This US$2.5 billion-dollar mission landed the largest, and most technologically sophisticated, rover ever to roam the surface of the Red Planet.

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Crunch Report | Virtual Reality Star Wars Experience Is Coming to Disney Parks

VR Star Wars Experience is coming to Disney, Vector launches micro-satellites into orbit and iPhone 8 will take even better photos. All this on Crunch Report! Read More Go to Source

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US senators reveal bipartisan effort to secure IoT devices

A bipartisan group of US senators have introduced a new bill to better secure Internet of Things (IoT) devices and to protect security researchers as they attempt to find vulnerabilities in these devices. The Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act 2017 will

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Glowing water molecules indicate exoplanet may have a stratosphere

A planet with an atmosphere where water molecules glow is the strongest evidence yet of the first stratosphere discovered on a world outside the Solar System. Using data from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, an international team of scientists led by

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Glowing water molecules indicate exoplanet may have a stratosphere

A planet with an atmosphere where water molecules glow is the strongest evidence yet of the first stratosphere discovered on a world outside the Solar System. Using data from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, an international team of scientists led by

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LastPass raises Premium price by $1 and entitled users ridiculously freak out

Whether or not password managers are a good idea is up for debate. I understand the concerns about storing all of your login credentials in a single place — in the cloud no less. With that said, the benefits outweigh

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Scientific selfie-taking app could get you more "likes"

Are your selfies the best that they can be? Unless you’ve done a lot of research into what makes a great selfie, they probably aren’t. Fortunately enough, however, computer scientists at Canada’s University of Waterloo have done that research –

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Scientific selfie-taking app could get you more "likes"

Are your selfies the best that they can be? Unless you’ve done a lot of research into what makes a great selfie, they probably aren’t. Fortunately enough, however, computer scientists at Canada’s University of Waterloo have done that research –

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Mamoon Hamid is heading from Social Capital to Kleiner Perkins

 Mamoon Hamid, a longtime partner at U.S. Venture Partners who went on to co-found Social Capital with Chamath Palihapitiya in 2011, is reportedly moving on to Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Read More Go to Source

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FBI arrests WannaCry hero for alleged role in Kronos banking malware

 A malware researcher hailed as a hero earlier this year has been arrested by the FBI for his alleged role in distributing the banking malware known as Kronos. Marcus Hutchins, also known as @malwaretechblog, was detained and then arrested by

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Usain Bolt’s Successor and the Last Great Sprinting Barrier

Charles Bethea on the South African sprinter Wayde van Niekerk and his potential to break the forty-three-second barrier in the four hundred metres. Go to Source

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Trump’s North Korean Missile Crisis

Evan Osnos joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss what the United States can do to avoid a nuclear showdown with the regime of Kim Jong-un. Go to Source

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