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Daily Mail
Northrop Grumman teases sixth generation ‘superfighter’the Air Force Association Air & Space conference in a presentation on what he c
Northrop Grumman teases sixth generation ‘superfighter’
Daily Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
the Air Force Association Air & Space conference in a presentation on what he called Fifth-Generation Warfare, according to Ars Technica. 'That day is a lot closer than I think a lot of people think it is.' The stealth craft is expected to use... Read more
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Slate
Activists Are Fighting Facebook and T-Mobile Over Zero-Rating. What Is That?new Internet policy buzzword in town: zero-rating. India’s main telecommunicati
Activists Are Fighting Facebook and T-Mobile Over Zero-Rating. What Is That?
Slate / Posted 22 hours ago
new Internet policy buzzword in town: zero-rating. India’s main telecommunications authority has banned the practice while U.S. regulators are puzzling over a crop of programs like T-Mobile’s Binge On; zero-rating has morphed from an obscure... Read more
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PhysOrg
Team calls for integrated field research network in Midwest to address climate adaptationto global food security. "I would argue that this could be the greatest proble
Team calls for integrated field research network in Midwest to address climate adaptation
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
to global food security. "I would argue that this could be the greatest problem that humanity is facing over the next 35 years because we've had a long period of food surpluses. If we go into a period of shortages, that will be hugely disruptive,"... Read more
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PhysOrg
One step closer to commercial edamame production in the USsweet and slightly nutty flavor. Yet, despite the fact that grain soybean is gr
One step closer to commercial edamame production in the US
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
sweet and slightly nutty flavor. Yet, despite the fact that grain soybean is grown on approximately 74 million acres in the U.S., the majority of edamame consumed here is imported from Asia. Part of the problem is that production practices,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Why Did Dish Network Corp. Stock Drop 14% in January?already settled with the 46 other states regarding the telemarketing calls, pay
Why Did Dish Network Corp. Stock Drop 14% in January?
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 4 days ago
already settled with the 46 other states regarding the telemarketing calls, paying just less than $6 million all together, ARS Technica reported. DISH isn't really arguing its innocence; it's simply pointing out that the numbers being asked for are... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :person. Click the image for more information about it. USDA Pest Management Pr
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 5 days ago
person. Click the image for more information about it. USDA Pest Management Program Targets Virus-transmitting Mosquitoes U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists and their collaborators recently completed an area-wide pest management... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Objectify 139 book boutique | Fhitting Room in Flatiron | Swarovski leaseIts second city location offers its signature high-intensity interval training
Objectify 139 book boutique | Fhitting Room in Flatiron | Swarovski lease
Crain's New York Business / Posted 9 days ago
Its second city location offers its signature high-intensity interval training workouts and has two classrooms, monkey bars, battle ropes, digital lockers, and hair and makeup stations.BANKRUPTCIES The following listings are selected from the... Read more
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Lifehacker
Google Adds Mobile Comments to Docs, Sheets, and Slidesencourage it. [Google Docs Blog] Surprise! Apple just issued a small update to
Google Adds Mobile Comments to Docs, Sheets, and Slides
Lifehacker / Posted 12 days ago
encourage it. [Google Docs Blog] Surprise! Apple just issued a small update to Snow Leopard today, the first patch in years. The purpose of the the update is to ensure compatibility with the Mac App Store, or as Ars Technica puts it, “Apple... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Here's Why DISH is Facing $23 Billion In Fines (More Than Its Market Cap)states regarding the telemarketing calls paying just under $6 million all toget
Here's Why DISH is Facing $23 Billion In Fines (More Than Its Market Cap)
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 12 days ago
states regarding the telemarketing calls paying just under $6 million all together for violating the do-not-call registry, ARS Technica reported. DISH does not exactly deny the claims. Instead, the company noted in an email to ARS that "most of... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :ARS developed a new organic antimicrobial wash for fresh produce. Click the ima
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 20 days ago
ARS developed a new organic antimicrobial wash for fresh produce. Click the image for more information about it. An Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientist in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania, and his collaborators have developed an antimicrobial wash... Read more
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PhysOrg
New technique creates renewable "bio-oil"ARS scientists are testing this mobile pyrolysis system for on-farm production
New technique creates renewable "bio-oil"
PhysOrg / Posted 25 days ago
ARS scientists are testing this mobile pyrolysis system for on-farm production of bio-oil from agricultural waste materials. Credit: Mark Schaffer The idea of replacing fossil-based fuel, such as petroleum, with a renewable source of sustainable... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :of replacing fossil-based fuel with a renewable source of sustainable energy is
ARS :
Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 25 days ago
of replacing fossil-based fuel with a renewable source of sustainable energy is enough to get any environmentalist excited. U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists have advanced a process to produce a crude liquid called “bio-oil” from... Read more
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PhysOrg
Tackling cattle fever ticks with vaccinesARS scientists have developed a new vaccine to protect cattle from disease-carr
Tackling cattle fever ticks with vaccines
PhysOrg / Posted 27 days ago
ARS scientists have developed a new vaccine to protect cattle from disease-carrying ticks. Credit: Stephen Ausmus The economic impact of cattle fever ticks, including the southern cattle fever tick, Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus, was so severe... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :ARS scientists are developing novel vaccines to help protect livestock against
ARS :
Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 27 days ago
ARS scientists are developing novel vaccines to help protect livestock against cattle ticks that hitchhike on wildlife, such as the white-tail deer, that cross the Rio Grande River into Texas. Click the image for more information about it. Tackling... Read more
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The Space Review
Mars via the Moonwas cancelled. The Obama administration put forth the plan of a mission to an a
Mars via the Moon
The Space Review / Posted 28 days ago
was cancelled. The Obama administration put forth the plan of a mission to an asteroid, and NASA for its part, focused on Mars as its gold standard human spaceflight ambition. by Erik Seedhouse presents the case of using the Moon... Read more
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PC Magazine
GM Invites (Friendly) Hackers to Attacks its Cars GM teamed with HackerOne for a new program that will rely on a community of w
GM Invites (Friendly) Hackers to Attacks its Cars
PC Magazine / Posted 28 days ago
GM teamed with HackerOne for a new program that will rely on a community of white hat hackers to find bugs. General Motors (GM) has launched a new disclosure program intended to catch bugs before... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Sodium Monitoring Key to Reducing Dietary Intakes By Rosalie Marion Bliss - Over 90 percent of the U.S. population consumes mor
Sodium Monitoring Key to Reducing Dietary Intakes
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 30 days ago
By Rosalie Marion Bliss - Over 90 percent of the U.S. population consumes more than the recommended daily maximum amount of sodium, most of which comes from commercially processed and restaurant... Read more
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PC Magazine
U.S. Marshals Raid Hoverboard Booth at CES Officers acted on an emergency court order preventing Changzhou First from ex
U.S. Marshals Raid Hoverboard Booth at CES
PC Magazine / Posted a month ago
Officers acted on an emergency court order preventing Changzhou First from exhibiting its hoverboard at CES. Two U.S. Marshals on Thursday left CES in Las Vegas with several hoverboards. But the officers... Read more
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KCEN-TV
Judge: Monkey Can't Own Copyright to Viral Selfieruled Wednesday that a macaque monkey that took a series of Internet-famous sel
Judge: Monkey Can't Own Copyright to Viral Selfie
KCEN-TV / Posted 1 months ago
ruled Wednesday that a macaque monkey that took a series of Internet-famous selfies cannot own the images' copyright. U.S. District Judge William Orrick said in a court opinion Wednesday that there was no indication that the Copyright Act... Read more
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York Daily Record
Judge: Monkey can't own copyright to viral selfieruled Wednesday that a macaque monkey that took a series of Internet-famous sel
Judge: Monkey can't own copyright to viral selfie
York Daily Record / Posted 1 months ago
ruled Wednesday that a macaque monkey that took a series of Internet-famous selfies cannot own the images' copyright. U.S. District Judge William Orrick said in a court opinion Wednesday that there was no indication that the Copyright Act... Read more
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Daily Journal
Judge: Monkey can't own copyright to viral selfieruled Wednesday that a macaque monkey that took a series of Internet-famous sel
Judge: Monkey can't own copyright to viral selfie
Daily Journal / Posted 1 months ago
ruled Wednesday that a macaque monkey that took a series of Internet-famous selfies cannot own the images' copyright. U.S. District Judge William Orrick said in a court opinion Wednesday that there was no indication that the Copyright Act... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Monkey Can't Own Copyright To His Selfie, Federal Judge Sayscopyright. At least, until Congress says otherwise. There's "no indication" t
Monkey Can't Own Copyright To His Selfie, Federal Judge Says
KPBS San Diego / Posted 1 months ago
copyright. At least, until Congress says otherwise. There's "no indication" that the Copyright Act extends to animals, U.S. District Judge William Orrick wrote in a tentative opinion issued Wednesday in federal court in San Francisco. "I'm not... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Judge: Monkey can't own copyright to viral selfieruled Wednesday that a macaque monkey that took a series of Internet-famous sel
Judge: Monkey can't own copyright to viral selfie
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
ruled Wednesday that a macaque monkey that took a series of Internet-famous selfies cannot own the images' copyright. U.S. District Judge William Orrick said in a court opinion Wednesday that there was no indication that the Copyright Act... Read more
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