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2015/07/27 16:39
2015/07/27 16:39
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VIEW ALL PHOTOS IN GALLERY But while there are plenty of reasons to update to the new OS, a new question looms large. Will it run on your PC? Basic Requirements First, if you want to take advantage...
2015/07/27 16:39
2015/07/27 16:39
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2015/07/27 14:42
2015/07/27 14:42
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Over 1,000 high-profile artificial intelligence experts and leading researchers have signed an open letter warning of a “military artificial intelligence arms race” and calling for a ban on “offensive...
2015/07/27 14:29
2015/07/27 14:29
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The debate on amendments to Uganda's Constitution has been deferred to next week after the government and opposition differed on the content of a Bill crafted for the purpose. The...
2015/07/27 14:17
2015/07/27 14:17
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Researchers have developed a new method for growing ‘hybrid’ crystals at the nanoscale, in which quantum dots – essentially nanoscale semiconductors – of different materials can be sequentially...
2015/07/27 11:23
2015/07/27 11:23
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The new Elemental RP1 starts with a carbonfibre tub, and it’s a good one. On either end are steel subframes holding the powertrain, cooling systems and the suspension – double wishbone, with inboard...
2015/07/27 09:46
2015/07/27 09:46
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Intel to adopt Skylake CPUs in NUC and Compute Stick solutions Monica Chen, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Monday 27 July 2015] Intel is planning to upgrade its Compute Stick and NUC solutions to...
2015/07/27 09:39
2015/07/27 09:39
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UOW's Institute for Superconducting and Electronic Materials (ISEM) has successfully pioneered a way to construct a flexible, foldable and lightweight energy storage device that provides the building...
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2015/07/27 06:06
2015/07/27 06:06
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By Eduardo Galeano, one of Latin America’s most distinguished writers, the author of a three-volume history of the Americas, Memory of Fire, and most recently, Children of the Days: A Calendar of...
2015/07/27 04:16
2015/07/27 04:16
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Today, there’s no point reviewing Chromebooks. It’s because almost all of them have the same specs. They are rigged with the same internals and in some way or the other they all tend to perform in the...
Read more at MobileMag, MobileMag
2015/07/26 12:29
2015/07/26 12:29
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Covering POTUS is no easy task. It ranges from forgetting about your own intelligence as a journalist to relinquishing your freedom of when, how and where to move. You have to humble down, have the...
2015/07/26 08:12
2015/07/26 08:12
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This week, and for the next several weeks as well, I'm going to tackle what I consider to be the grimmest and most depressing subject I've ever attempted - the possibility of nuclear annihilation. I...
2015/07/26 05:26
2015/07/26 05:26
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Banking on future demand for graphite and graphene, Australian companies search the globe for new deposits Australian companies are searching high and low for new graphite deposits, and their hunt is...
2015/07/26 04:05
2015/07/26 04:05
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Graeme Clark who invented bionic ear with 2yr-old Declan Zemora who has just got his hearing. Photo: Fiona Hamilton The inventor of the bionic ear has revealed new Australian university trials that...
2015/07/25 19:05
2015/07/25 19:05
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Ancient cosmology is the story of continuous creation and evolution. Yet, in truth, nothing has been created because consciousness was there before creation. Science was not invented to provide...
2015/07/25 13:24
2015/07/25 13:24
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Stevenage couple celebrate wedding anniversary 70 years after quickfire ceremony in Second World War On their 70th Anniversary with Queen's card A Stevenage couple remembered their wartime wedding...
2015/07/25 12:34
2015/07/25 12:34
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As Asus Philippines is set to launch the ZenPad in the country next week, we managed to ship in a unit to review from the US where it’s already available in several stores (via Galleon.ph). Asus...
Read more at YugaTech, YugaTech
2015/07/25 01:39
2015/07/25 01:39
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Aser Rothstein became a top physiologist and cell specialist by way of pique. His university physics professor wasn’t impressed when he was often late for the early morning class, and deployed a...
2015/07/24 18:15
2015/07/24 18:15
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It all started with a phone call that got forwarded through to Roel Stolper by chance. It was 1992, and that conversation – between Stolper, a researcher at the Council for Scientific and Industrial...
2015/07/24 18:09
2015/07/24 18:09
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The work inevitably brought her close to the harsh realities of conflict. On one mission she was tasked with delivering an explosive device, disguised to look like a lump of coal, to a Chinese...
2015/07/24 15:25
2015/07/24 15:25
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I was flipping around the other day and caught the final scene of Woody Allen’s “Hannah and Her Sisters.” It’s one of my favorites. The turmoil of the various story lines has subsided nicely by the...
2015/07/27 16:39
2015/07/27 16:39
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