DSCOVR Launch on top of Falcon 9 Rocket
Air & SpaceScience

The tsunami buoy of space has been launched; the DSCOVR (Deep Space Climate Observatory) will be used to monitor the sun and space weather. The satellite was launched from a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Florida. The satellite will be able to give advanced warnings from sudden outbursts of solar

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Esa's IXV Spaceplane
Air & SpaceScience

Europe’s prototype versatile spaceplane has returned to earth after a successful first test flight. The lifted off from the pad just after 13:40 GMT on board a Vega rocket from South America. The Spaceplane flew east around the earth before descending back down to earth and splashing into the Pacific

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Acer v15 Nitro Black Edition
ComputersGadgets

The gaming world is filled with compact dreams and BANK ACCOUNTS, top of the line gaming laptops can go over $2200 and many users may want to get the best with an affordable price. It seems that Acer has adopted this strategy to target these users with the V15 Nitro.

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Sleep Deprivation
Natural ScienceScience

Sleep deprivation is a common symptom of a “drop in fatty acids” according to the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. There are two major compounds that plays a vital role during “slumber”, the lack of these two compounds results in a depleted metabolism and leads to sleep deprivation.

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Ubuntu Smartphone
SmartphonesTechnology

The E4.5 Ubuntu edition will go on sale on the 9th of February and will be the first ever Ubuntu phone in the world. Here are some of it’s features: 4.5 inch QHD display. MediaTek 1.3GHz Quad Core Cortex A7 processor. 1GB of RAM 5-megapixel front camera 8-megapixel rear camera

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EM Railgun
Military TechTechnology

This week the US Navy and Marine Corps unveiled their new Electromagnetic Railgun at the Navel Future Force Science and Technology EXPO at the E. Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C. The new Railgun was developed by the Office of Naval Research and BAE systems and has the ability to

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Pluto
Air & SpaceScience

NASA has released new pictures of Pluto and one of its moons taken by the Long-Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) on board the New Horizons spacecraft. The images were taken from a distance of some 200 million km (124 million miles) away. At this distance, Pluto and one of its moons

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Revenge Porn Image
SocialTechnology

Kevin Bollaert , the owner of a website (UGotPosted.com) in which people uploaded compromising images of ex-partners has been convicted of identity theft and extortion at the San Diego County Superior Court. He will be sentenced at a later date and could face up to 20 years in prison. The

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Kevlar Fiber
GadgetsSmartphonesTechnology

Researchers at the University of Michigan have created a lithium-ion battery from Kevlar fibers. Using Kevlar not only prevents fires but can store more power in the same space as traditional lithium-ion batteries or make them smaller for the same amount of power. Kevlar is best known as the stuff

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proton m
Air & SpaceScience

Inmarsat (a UK satellite telecommunications company) has launched the second Global Xpress satellite (I5 series) into a super-synchronous transfer orbit at 04:02 GTM on Monday. It is 7m long and weighs 6.1 tonnes. The satellite was launched from Baikonur in Kazakhstan on board a Proton M rocket. Global Xpress is

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