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Keith Hearn

ArchaeologyScience

(main photo) Susanna Pershern/Courtesy of U.S. National Parks Service Divers find interesting artifacts in ancient slave ship found in Africa – soon to be unveiled in Cape Town Recovered form the dive site are things such as the iron bars (pictured above) that were once used as ballast on the slave

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planetary society LightSail
Air & SpaceScience

The Planetary Society breathes a sigh of relief as communications are made with silent LightSail Spacecraft #LIGHTSAIL IS BACK! More to come. Our #LightSail reporter @jasonrdavis has live updates. High five, everyone! https://t.co/jkxgkIKIMd — Planetary Society (@exploreplanets) May 31, 2015 Good news for Bill Nye and the Planetary Society as

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The Volvo Self-Parking Car
AutomotiveTechnology

You may be thinking that should such a car exist that it will look like something from another planet. That is of course until you see the actual Volvo Self-Parking Driverless Car. Don’t rush out quite yet to your local dealer to put your order in, as it isn’t expected

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iPhones Can Have A Meltdown From Strange New Bug
SmartphonesTechnology

iPhones have had a few small issues over the years. Between user hands blocking the antenna to a single line of text reportedly locking up phones. New reports are out that when a specific text is sent to an iPhone can cause it to crash and reboot, occasionally still blocking

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Blizzard Suspends Thousands of World of Warcraft Accounts
Video Games

Recently there have been an increasing number of World of Warcraft accounts using Bots to automate the game play. This is against Blizzards Terms of Use for playing World of Warcraft. So what has Blizzard done about the problem? They have wielded the ban hammer and suspended thousands of accounts

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Google Maps Edward Snowden Hack
ComputersSocial

The Map Maker service offered by Google which allows members of the public to modify Google Maps has been suspended because of increased vandalism. Map Maker allowed people to draw features on Google Maps like green spaces, rivers, roads, and local businesses. However there have been some people like Nitricboy

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Microsoft Edge
Computers

The newest web browser from Microsoft will be called Microsoft Edge which will be the official name of the project codenamed Spartan. Microsoft’s vice president of operating systems, Joe Belfiore, said at Microsoft’s annual build developer’s conference in San Francisco, that the new browser will ship with Windows 10 on

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HBO Home Entertainment Logo
ComputersGadgets

HBO might cut off viewers outside the US; HBO may cut the service for paying customers who are not in their region. People who are using software tools to view HBO shows have received emails from HBO. HBO says that they are taking this action because don’t want piracy; they

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Sony Xperia Z4 Smartphone
Smartphones

In a public announcement made in Japanese, Sony revealed their latest flagship Smartphone today. Right now, Sony has not given a date for the launch for both local and international. Like the Z3, the Xperia Z4 is also similar with a same 5.2-inch screen but with a thinner 6.9mm form,

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Cyber Stalking & Internet Addiction
Computers

A new study has revealed that most internet based stalkers may be internet addicts who have low interpersonal skills and are not in touch with other people. The National Center for Cyberstalking Research says that these Cyber-stalkers fail to establish relationships; therefore they concentrate on virtual people. Psychologist Dr Short,

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