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Asteroid probe snaps Mother Earth following successful fly-by

On September 22, NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft successfully completed a gravity assist flyby with Earth, that has set the probe on a course to rendezvous with the asteroid Bennu next year. At its closest point, OSIRIS-REx flew within 10,711 miles (17,237

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Asteroid probe snaps Mother Earth following successful fly-by

On September 22, NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft successfully completed a gravity assist flyby with Earth, that has set the probe on a course to rendezvous with the asteroid Bennu next year. At its closest point, OSIRIS-REx flew within 10,711 miles (17,237

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Edifier e235 Luna E — solid sound meets deep-sea vibe [Review]

For people who have invested in a large screen TV with a view to enjoying a home cinema experience, one of the most common complaints is the quality of the built-in speakers. The latest flat-screen TVs lack the big wooden

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Macrium Reflect Free 7.1 adds Hyper-V support, now licensed for commercial use

Paramount Software (UK) Ltd has released Macrium Reflect Free Edition 7.1, a major new release of its disk imaging backup tool for Windows. Macrium Reflect 7.1 adds three headline features: integrated viBoot2 providing instant virtualization of Macrium backup images, Task

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Elon Musk presents updated plan for Mars colonization

Today, at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Adelaide, Australia, SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk updated his 2016 plan to colonize Mars. The plan not only sees the establishment of a Moon base and a city on Mars within

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Elon Musk presents updated plan for Mars colonization

Today, at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Adelaide, Australia, SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk updated his 2016 plan to colonize Mars. The plan not only sees the establishment of a Moon base and a city on Mars within

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Apply today for a free exhibit table in Startup Alley at Disrupt Berlin 2017

 In just 66 days, the top tech startups, entrepreneurs, movers, shakers and investors across Europe will gather at Disrupt Berlin 2017. As if that’s not exciting enough, we’re looking for 30 pioneering startups to exhibit their stuff in Startup Alley

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Everything SpaceX revealed about its updated plan to reach Mars by 2022

 “The future is vastly more exciting and interesting if we’re a space-faring species than if we’re not,” Musk said as he took the stage. “It’s about believing in the future and thinking the future will be better than the past.”

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Ubuntu Linux 17.10 ‘Artful Aardvark’ Beta 2 now available to download

Fall is officially here, and while some people get excited for pumpkin spice lattes and falling leaves, other folks get excited about something far nerdier — Ubuntu. Yes, every October a new version of the Linux-based operating system is released.

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Elon Musk tweets image of “Moon Base Alpha” concept ahead of Mars talk

 Elon Musk is giving us a sneak peak of what he’ll be talking about in just a few hours at the International Astronautical Congress in Australia. The SpaceX founder shared an image he captioned “Moon Base Alpha” on Instagram today,

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Keep the Trump administration out of your private life with Tails 3.2 Linux distribution

As we learned from the great patriot Edward Snowden, the US government can and will spy on you. Not caring about that invasion of privacy, and dismissing it with the flawed statement of “I have nothing to hide,” is flat

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Apple would like to remind the FCC that it can’t activate imaginary FM radios that iPhones don’t have

 Apple responded today to FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, who issued a statement that “urged” Apple to activate the FM chips that he claimed are in iPhones in the name of public safety. The recent hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria were

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Scientists return from studying the lost, sunken continent of Zealandia

Earlier this year, a team of geologists published a paper arguing that a new, mostly sunken landmass called Zealandia should be classified as our planet’s seventh continent. Now a collective of scientists from 12 countries has returned from a two-month

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Scientists return from studying the lost, sunken continent of Zealandia

Earlier this year, a team of geologists published a paper arguing that a new, mostly sunken landmass called Zealandia should be classified as our planet’s seventh continent. Now a collective of scientists from 12 countries has returned from a two-month

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IoT adoption is rising in the enterprise

Businesses are embracing the Internet of Things (IoT) faster than ever before, with 2017 marking a landmark year in terms of adoption. That’s according to the fifth annual Vodafone IoT Barometer Report, which reveals a huge uptake in terms of IoT projects being

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Anibal Icon: German heart meets Canadian Soul

There’s no shortage of supercar startups chasing the established big-boys at the moment. From all-electric cars like the NIO EP9 to the graphene-laden GTA Spano, free thinkers are spoilt for choice. That hasn’t deterred Anibal from having a crack at

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Anibal Icon: German heart meets Canadian Soul

There’s no shortage of supercar startups chasing the established big-boys at the moment. From all-electric cars like the NIO EP9 to the graphene-laden GTA Spano, free thinkers are spoilt for choice. That hasn’t deterred Anibal from having a crack at

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Samsung selects Ubuntu 16.04 as primary Linux distro for some ARTIK IoT modules

Next month, Ubuntu 17.10 will be released. Even after that release, version 16.04 will remain the most recent LTS version. If you aren’t familiar, LTS stands for “Long Term Support,” which quite literally means it is supported by Canonical for

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Twitter opens up on Russia after meeting with Congress

 Following its meeting with members of the Senate and House’s respective intelligence committees, Twitter has issued new details on the information it is providing to aid the congressional investigations into Russia’s potential interference in the 2016 U.S. election. Twitter, like

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The FDA has approved a blood sugar monitor that doesn’t require a finger prick

 Further proof the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has been warming up to modern technology — it has just approved the first continuous blood sugar monitor that doesn’t require the user to prick themselves over and over for a blood

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