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NASA puts Kepler Space Telescope in hibernation mode, might run out of fuel soon

NASA puts Kepler Space Telescope in hibernation mode, might run out of fuel soon

One of the greatest space telescopes may succumb to lack of fuel soon. NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope is running out of fuel, the agency stated in its March press release that at any time, Kepler’s fuel tank can run dry and the space telescope will be lost in the space forever with no contact to …

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Apple shares the stats for the 'App Store' celebrating its tenth anniversary

Apple shares the stats for the ‘App Store’ celebrating its tenth anniversary

On July 10, 2018 (Tuesday), Apple will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the App Store. The App Store was introduced back on July 10, 2008, with only 500 apps like Travelocity, The New York Times, and others. In a decade, Apple’s App Store has reached many milestones over the years and received a huge response …

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Testosterone held responsible for men to attract towards luxury brands, experts

According to the latest study, it has been revealed that with only a single dose of testosterone, men find themselves drawn towards top-notch brands that yield them status to attract women. The research that has been published in the journal named Nature Communications stated that the primary male sex hormone has been considered to put …

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Feral cats in Australia eat millions of reptiles everyday

Feral cats have been the domestic mouse catchers for years but now they are living life in the wild eating reptiles and small animals. The experts believe that these cats aren’t any harm to the human existence and should not be disturbed while a lot of conservationists believe that these cats are an environmental catastrophe. …

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OnePlus 5 and 5T gets OxygenOS open beta update with Project Treble support

OnePlus 5 and 5T gets OxygenOS open beta update with Project Treble support

All the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T owners raise your hands because these smartphones have been officially confirmed to receive the new Android P update under Google’s Project Treble. OnePlus earlier stated in its official statement that adding Project Treble wasn’t easy in its older versions since it requires a partition and storage which its …

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Watchout for three new iPhone models this fall in gold, new grey, and other colors

Watchout for three new iPhone models this fall in gold, new grey, and other colors

2018 is a great year for Apple users and enthusiasts as the premium manufacturer is expected to launch as much as three new iPhone models later this year. Usually, newer models of iPhones are launched somewhere around September but that’s not all in the news. According to a reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who teased few …

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Mars rover Opportunity still has no signs of existence since dust storm

NASA’s Opportunity rover hasn’t been sending any signals since the giant dust storm hit Mars turning it into a planet of dust and sand. The storm started on May 30 and grew eventually, thereby taking over the entire planet or most of it within just a few weeks. The entire planet is covered with swirling …

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Third-party developers might be reading millions of emails on Gmail app

Third-party developers might be reading millions of emails on Gmail app

Do you use Gmail? It is one of the most popular email clients that lets it user access their emails on their devices irrespective of their position around the world. But what if I say that Gmail engineers and third-party app developers can read your emails. According to the latest report, developers have reportedly read …

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A newly found bug on Facebook affected more than 800,000 users

A newly found bug on Facebook affected more than 800,000 users

Yet another bug was recently discovered and reportedly fixed on Facebook after it affected some 800,000 users by unblocking one or more blocked profiles on their Facebook accounts whom they had blocked earlier. On Monday, July 2, Facebook announced the update regarding a bug that tweaked the blocking app on Facebook that allows users to …

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World’s strongest coffee delivered to the ISS by SpaceX’s Falcon 9

Home food delivery at the International Space Delivery has redefined standards since the early years of Uber Eats. On the request of one of the astronauts floating above our planet, Serena Aunon-Chancellor, the Falcon 9 rocket launched towards the ISS has carried the world’s strongest coffee, Death Wish Coffee alongside a ball-shaped device called CIMON …

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New research finds there are 44% more rivers and streams than we know now

The continuous efforts in the domain of astronomy and space research, as well as numerous advancements in the field of space exploration, might make us feel that we are aware of everything on our planet. However, the concerns of space exploration are yet to cease that has been validated by researchers in their study which …

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50-pound ovarian cyst found to be the cause of unexplained health problems in Alabama woman

In the aftermath of experiencing a diverse range of unexplained health issues, a woman in Alabama has discovered the prime culprit finally. The trouble causing agent was found to be an ovarian cyst weighing approximately 50 pounds. According to the WSFA, doctors were able to remove the benign growth which was diagnosed to be mucinous …

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Researchers unravel seven profound risks posed by asteroids to Earth

Scientists have now found out how asteroids could possibly trigger an apocalypse leading to the end of human life on Earth as we know it. Researchers at the University of Southampton have outlined seven different ways in which an asteroid collision could pose risk to our planet. The paper of the researchers with a discussion …

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Lone star ticks found commonly in Tennessee Valley raising concerns of red meat allergy

According to experts, the tick season in this year is turning out to be one of the worst ones in the recent times with the emergence of a new threat emerging from tick bites in the form of allergy to meat. A dentist in Chattanooga, Dr. Mark McOmie was diagnosed with such allergy known as …

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Russian guitarist dies one month after being removed from flight due to bad odor caused by flesh-eating necrosis

The death of a Russian guitarist on Monday grabbed further headlines after he was removed from a flight owing to the unbearable stench from his body that led to emergency landing of the plane. The guitarist Andrey Suchilin was travelling on a Boeing 737 of the Transavia service which was going from Spain to Netherlands. …

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Newly appointed NASA administrator supports Space Force proposal

Recently there have been many speculations pertaining to the establishment of a separate military division for space termed as Space Force by the Trump Administration. The program has received the support of another formidable ally in the form of NASA administrator, Jim Bridenstine who helmed the reign of NASA recently. It is interesting to note …

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New Instagram update welcomes Video Chat, new AR filters & more

New Instagram update welcomes Video Chat, new AR filters & more

Instagram, the social networking app that hosts more than a billion users worldwide has announced amazingly cool features that will be available for both Android and iOS. Instagram has been experimenting with various features for months now and recently, it updated the explore page and the IGTV on its app. For the latest string of …

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Study confirms vulnerability of denser breasts to cancer

A group of Norwegian researchers has utilized automated breast density measurements to find out that women with dense breasts are more susceptible to risks of breast cancer. The study involved over 100,000 women and researchers conducted over 300,000 screening tests in order to reach the inference. The senior author of the study and researcher as well as …

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SpaceX appeals in congressional hearing for reforms in spaceflight regulations

The Director of Government Affairs for SpaceX, Caryn Schenewerk, stated in a congressional hearing on June 26 that the company is still committed for conducting over 25 launches in 2018 which would require SpaceX to increase its launch frequency by almost 50% in the second half of the year. The focus of the congressional hearing …

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