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NASA is designing a submarine to explore Saturn’s largest moon

[ad_1] The majority of Earth is covered in an ocean of liquid water, but the other worlds in our Solar System are a whole lot different. Most don’t have any kind of liquid on their surface and while we know that there is definitely a liquid ocean under the thick …

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Samsung introduces 2018 Galaxy A8+ in Ghana

[ad_1] Samsung Electronics Africa has announced the introduction of its latest addition to the Galaxy A series: the 2018 Galaxy A8+ unto the Ghanaian market. The Galaxy A8+ feature a Dual Front Camera, a large Infinity Display and stunning ergonomic design that draws on Samsung’s flagship design heritage and experience. …

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‘Zombie bots’ are coming for lonely singles on Valentine’s Day

[ad_1] America’s lonely hearts are more likely than ever to catch a virus this Valentine’s Day — on their computer. An especially aggressive robot network of 6 million “zombie bots” will be set loose this week ahead of the Feb. 14 celebration — each one with an attractive come-on looking …

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Tensions are rising between Uber and Lyft

[ad_1] The battle between Uber and Lyft is heating up, both on and off Big Apple streets. Three months after Lyft opened its first permanent office in the city, Uber is doubled down on its Gotham operation, signing a lease for its second Manhattan headquarters — a 35,000-square-foot space on …

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Alibaba’s high-tech mirrors will let you try on virtual makeup

[ad_1] The line at the local mall ladies’ room is about to get longer if Alibaba has its way. The Chinese ecommerce giant has unveiled a plan to integrate shopping into the most mundane of experiences by installing high-tech mirrors in the womens’ bathrooms at the mall, the Post reports. …

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Here’s another industry Amazon is killing off

[ad_1] PITTSBURGH — It is clear that Sherry Johnson loves her job as a cashier at the Giant Eagle a few miles outside of Pittsburgh. She greets each customer warmly as she carefully places their groceries in blue plastic bags. “I have had this job for years. The people who …

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Be a critical thinker on the net – J Initiative

[ad_1] The Executive Director of child online protection and Digital Literacy advocacy group, J Initiative, Awo Aidam Amenyah, has asked internet users to be critical thinkers anytime they find themselves on the net. According to her, many of the abuses and fraudulent activities on the internet can be easily prevented …

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Special type of ultraviolet light could kill flu virus in public places

[ad_1] Special ultraviolet lamps may be the solution to stopping one of the worst flu seasons in years. Far ultraviolet-C (far-UVC) light can kill airborne flu viruses without hurting humans, according to new research. Researchers at Columbia University tested the far-UVC light in a chamber that simulated the conditions of …

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US hockey team builds chemistry through group chat

[ad_1] GANGNEUNG, South Korea — Thrown together from leagues all over the world, the players shook hands and introduced themselves to teammates they’d never met but know well thanks to a bit of technology. Long before their first practice together Friday, members of the US Olympic men’s hockey team connected …

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North Korea forbidden from Samsung’s Olympics swag

[ad_1] Samsung is giving a Pyeongchang 2018 edition of its Galaxy Note 8 to Olympians and officials at the Winter Games, but North Korea’s athletes aren’t getting the high-tech giveaway. The isolated nation’s squad has been left empty-handed due to United Nations sanctions that ban the sending of luxury items …

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