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  1. 1st private moon flight passenger to invite creative guestsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 min ago | Weyburn Review

    After announcing that he'll take the first-ever commercial rocket trip around the moon, Yusaku Maezawa said he wants company for the weeklong journey. The Japanese billionaire said he plans to invite six to eight artists, architects, designers and other creative people to join him on board the SpaceX rocket "to inspire the dreamer in all of us."

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  2. Re: But will they be available next year?Read the original story w/Photo

    7 min ago | EETimes

    Good research and good article. The prevalence of USB-C ports was a big surprise to me - I've not been tracking these this year.

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  3. Complain to TeslaRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | EETimes

    Well to be honest they really should try to do more of the things themselves, or at least to test before outsourcing. And about the guy and the bumper, just complain to tesla they take it seriously.

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  4. One-night stand claims: I never had anything with lady, Mr. Ibu breaks silenceRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | Vanguard

    Following an accusation by a lady, weekend, that she had a one-night stand with John Okafor, popularly called Mr. Ibu, the comic actor has denied that he never had anything to do with the lady in question. Recall that a lady identified as Igwe Gloria, set the social media agog after she took to a Facebook group, No CHILLS in NAIJA, to narrate her beautiful one-night stand experience with the actor.

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  5. Amazon reportedly preparing to jump the shark with Alexa-powered microwaveRead the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | The Inquirer

    'Sorry, I don't understand the phrase 'aaaagh... switch it off switch it off we're all going to die' CNBC is reporting that the company is planning eight new devices that could be with us in time for them to make your Christmas tree lean at a funny angle. Some of the devices on the drawing board include some sort of in-car device, an amplifier, a sub-woofer and a microwave.

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  6. Researchers Find Hints of Israeli Spyware Around GlobeRead the original story

    13 min ago | Manufacturing.net

    Researchers say an increasingly notorious brand of Israeli surveillance software is being used further afield than previously known, with possible infections detected around the globe. The internet watchdog Citizen Lab says it has used an internet survey technique to identify suspected spyware infections linked to the Israeli company NSO Group in 45 countries, including the United States, Britain, France, India and Turkey.

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  7. 1st private moon flight passenger to invite creative guestsRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | KFMB-am

    In this Feb. 6, 2018 file photo, Elon Musk, founder, CEO, and lead designer of SpaceX, speaks at a news conference after the Falcon 9 SpaceX heavy rocket launched successfully from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. - Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa said Monday that he plans to blast off on the first-ever commercial trip around the moon and will invite six to eight artists, architects, designers and other creative people on the weeklong journey.

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  8. Finding PHP developers: 4 important questions to askRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | DM Review

    In recent years, as the online industry has grown, hypertext processor developers are becoming more important and sought after. If your organization is one of the many seeking these professionals, it is essential to know just what you are looking for in a developer and what a PHP programmer can do for your business.

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  9. Will 'Flying Cars' Take Off? Japan's Government Hopes SoRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | Manufacturing.net

    Electric drones booked through smartphones pick people up from office rooftops, shortening travel time by hours, reducing the need for parking and clearing smog from the air. This vision of the future is driving the Japanese government's "flying car" project.

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  10. Best practices for defending against insider email threatsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | DM Review

    Research done by Intel revealed that an astonishing 97 percent of computer users cannot identify phishing emails. When the phishing attack comes from a trusted coworker, users are often defenseless on their own.

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  11. Judge Finds Ga. Elections at Risk of Hacking, Declines to Order Paper BallotsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 min ago | Law.com

    Calling a proposal to bar use of Georgia's antiquated computer voting machines by the midterm election a "true Catch-22," a federal judge in Atlanta decided Monday night that the state may continue using its touchscreen machines, rather than convert to paper ballots in time for the Nov. 6 midterm election. Judge Amy Totenberg of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia said that, although Georgia's voting system installed in 2002 "poses a concrete risk of alteration of ballot counts" that could affect the vote, "the eleventh-hour timing" of the request to immediately return to paper ballots "could just as readily jeopardize the upcoming election, voter turnout, and the orderly administration of the election."

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  12. Google: Don't Build Sites Where You Need To Test To See How Search Engines ReactRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | Search Engine Roundtable

    Google's John Mueller has said on Reddit that it is better to build a site where you know how Google and search engines will treat it then build a site where you are unsure. There isn't always a need to get fancy with your code to the point where you need to go through various tests to make sure Google will crawl, index and rank those pages.

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  13. Quantum Spatial to Host Summit Exploring Geospatial Remote Sensing AdvancementsRead the original story

    25 min ago | PRWeb

    "The industry is quickly advancing with new platforms, such as drones and robots, and advanced sensors for gaining insights into a variety of terrain never before possible," said Mark Meade, senior VP at QSI. "Here, leaders convene for discussions and education to propel our practices forward."

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  14. Mom sparks debate with controversial thread: 'Men have zero interest in stopping abortion'Read the original story w/Photo

    25 min ago | CISN Country 103.9 FM

    Author Gabrielle Blair of Oakland, Calif., wrote a 63-part Twitter thread last week , pointing out that when it comes to abortions, men have no interest in avoiding it. "I'm a mother of six, and a Mormon.

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  15. First private moon flight passenger to invite creative guestsRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | The Las Vegas Sun

    After announcing that he'll take the first-ever commercial rocket trip around the moon, Yusaku Maezawa said he wants company for the weeklong journey. The Japanese billionaire said he plans to invite six to eight artists, architects, designers and other creative people to join him on board the SpaceX rocket "to inspire the dreamer in all of us."

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  16. 5 Tips to Bring Your Home's Wi-Fi - Dead Zones' to lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | Loudon County News

    Whether it's to stream a movie from the bedroom or lock the front door using smart home technology, you've likely come to expect Wi-Fi to reach every corner of your house. The reality is that there are certain locations in many homes where Internet-connected devices and smartphones are unable to receive a steady Wi-Fi signal from the router.

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  17. Inside the stargazer's paradise where all outside lights are bannedRead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | New Scientist

    NESTLED beside the Chiricahua Mountains, about 400 kilometres from the city of Phoenix, is a village that attracts astronomers, amateur stargazers and photographers from around the world. They are drawn there by the spectacular night sky, which can be seen thanks to the village's "no outdoor light" rule.

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  18. Luczon: Practical sciencesRead the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | Sun-Star

    IT WAS foggy going to Malaybalay City, Bukidnon, on September 13, but despite the moody weather brought by the Typhoon "Ompong," the National Science and Technology Week sa Amihanang Mindanao continued its program with some interesting exhibits to offer. This is actually the regional counterpart of NSTW as organized by the Department of Science and Technology .

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  19. In 1968, computers got personal: How the 'mother of all demos'...Read the original story w/Photo

    35 min ago | Albany Times Union

    On a crisp California afternoon in early December 1968, a square-jawed, mild-mannered Stanford researcher named Douglas Engelbart took the stage at San Francisco's Civic Auditorium and proceeded to blow everyone's mind about what computers could do. Sitting down at a keyboard, this computer-age Clark Kent calmly showed a rapt audience of computer engineers how the devices they built could be utterly different kinds of machines ones that were "alive for you all day," as he put it, immediately responsive to your input, and which didn't require users to know programming languages in order to operate.

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  20. SCT Launches Silicon Anode Sampling Program for Next Generation Li-ion...Read the original story

    37 min ago | PRWeb

    For the past few years Hong Kong-based SC Technologies and its global affiliates have been ramping up the commercial-scale production of their new high capacity Silicon Composite Anode Material for use in next generation Lithium Ion Batteries . To introduce the product to a wider audience, the Company today announced it will provide free samples of its Si-C material to prospective customers such as LIB OEMs for consumer electronic devices, electric vehicles, power tools, and energy storage systems.

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