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photo credit: NASA flying saucer test flight preparations. NASA
Air & SpaceScience

photo credit: NASA flying saucer test flight preparations. NASA Hawaii – Thanks again to turbulent ocean conditions, NASAs “Flying Saucer”, otherwise known as the Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD), will be rescheduled for a June 4th launch date. Although the saucer will be dropped from high-up in a weather balloon, calmer waves are

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CERN's Large Hadron Collider
Science

Image by CERN GENEVA – Today is the day scientists start a who new set of experiments in the hunt for the mysterious  “dark matter”. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will run at full, record-breaking power levels, as scientists kick off a new set of experiments that will help us understand the secrets of

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Amazon announced free shipping on small items
Technology

Today, Amazon announced they are offering free shipping for “small and light” products weighing 8 ounces or less and are under $10 “Fulfillment by Amazon Small and Light” is the tagline Amazon is going with for all items that cost less than $10 and weight less than 8 ozs. Unlike past free shipping promotions, this one

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Air & SpaceScience

NASA’s saucer-shaped craft could hold the key to Mans ticket to Mars Photo via rt.com Kauai, Hawaii – Hawaiian residents will get the best view of NASA’s saucer-shaped craft this Wednesday as a test flights of a huge balloon carrying the disc-like Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator. Tuesdays flight was scrubbed due

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Hairware Extensions
GadgetsTechnology

Taking Wearable Technology to the next level, Hairware combines beauty and tech into one product “The conscious use of unconscious auto-contact behaviors,” is the tagline of the hottest new wearable technology called Hairware. The wearable device translates hair-related gestures into common messaging means. The specially designed hair extensions recognize certain user based behaviors that are not

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Googles 3D Scanning Project Tango Tablet
GadgetsTechnology

Google’s experimental 3D-scanning tablet goes on sale for $512 Available now to the general public, Googles three-dimensional scanning Project Tango tablet is on sale for the competitive price of $512 at the Google Store. Up to this point, Googles Project Tango tablet was just a concept with the targeted end user being developers, since

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windows-10
ComputersTechnology

Microsoft has announced that it will release Windows 10 on 29 July, 2015 and Threshold is the codename given to it. It is also said that Windows 10 will be the last version of Windows.  Windows 10 is targeted to connect all the Microsoft running devices such as Personal Computers,

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Googles New My Account
ComputersTechnology

Google announced today the launch of their new ‘My Account’ dashboard, allowing for better privacy and security controls, while also making it easier for users to control their settings for these things. As Googles blog states: Today, we’re rolling out two significant improvements to our privacy and security tools: a new hub

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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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