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Right whale skeleton, DNA headed to Canada’s largest museum

Whale skeleton Scientists at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto are hoping that some good can come from three dead North Atlantic right whale skeletons, towed to a beach on P.E.I. this summer. DNA samples from the whales are now in a research lab at the ROM and bones from one of the whales are
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Gionee X1s With 16-Megapixel Selfie Camera, 4000mAh Battery Launched in India

Following the launch of the X1 last month, Gionee has now launched the X1s with a fingerprint sensor, a larger battery capacity, three individual slots for SIM and storage, and a selfie-focused camera. The smartphone as been priced at Rs. 12,999 and will be available across all retail stores in the country from Thursday, September 21 in Black and Gold colours. The Gionee
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Space Exploration: NASA crew complete 8-month simulated voyage to Mars

In the latest space exploration news, Six NASA-backed research subjects who have been cooped up in a Mars-like habitat on a remote Hawaii volcano since January, have emerged from isolation Sunday. The crew was quarantined for eight months on a vast plain below the summit of the Big Island’s Mauna Loa, the world’s largest active
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Linux Foundation president used MacOS for presentation at Open Source Summit

It appears that Jim Zemlin, President of the Linux Foundation, was using MacOS while declaring “2017 is officially the year of the Linux desktop!” at the Open Source Summit 2017. This was observed by several YouTube channels Switched to Linux and The Lunduke Show. Finally it was reported by Its FOSS. With this year’s Linux
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Edward Snowden Leaks how NSA Spied On BitTorrent, KaZaA, eDonkey And Other File Sharing Networks

If you’re able to wipe the dust off your memories, you might remember Edward Snowden leaks –the ones that defamed the National Security Agency by revealing their surveillance secrets in 2013. Now, part of the Edward Snowden leaks, a document released by The Intercept, exposes another unsurprising thing about the spying activities conducted by the NSA.
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Trump FCC Will Let Big Telecom Destroy Small Houston ISPs As It Rebuilds After Hurricane Harvey

The impact of the disaster that was Tropical Storm Harvey is starting to dry out. Tens of thousands of structures were impacted by floodwaters, and now Houston is in massive cleanup, demolition, and reconstruction of individual homes, large buildings, and infrastructure. But amidst all this is yet another disaster looming, but this time in the
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Equifax dispute: A music major hired as chief security officer, has finally retired

When Congress hauls in Equifax CEO Richard Smith to grill him over the recent Equifax dispute, it can start by asking why he put someone with degrees in music in charge of the company’s data security. And then they might also ask him if anyone at the company has been involved in efforts to cover
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Edward Snowden says U.S. should show evidence of Russia election hacking

Russia likely interfered in last year’s U.S presidential election, according to former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, but the American public deserves to see evidence of its involvement, he said in an interview published Wednesday. “Everybody is currently pointing at the Russians,” Mr. Snowden, 33, told Germany’s Der Spiegel. “They probably did hack the systems of Hillary Clinton’s Democratic
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Ted Cruz has been reported to Twitter for liking porn

A spokeswoman for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said Tuesday that a pornographic video that was “liked” by his account has been removed and reported to Twitter. “The offensive tweet posted on @tedcruz account earlier has been removed by staff and reported to Twitter,” tweeted Catherine Frazier‏, Cruz’s senior communications adviser.  His verified Twitter account has liked a
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Gigabit speed now available to 57.5 Million Americans

According to research from telecom equipment maker VIAVI, Chicago and California are the United States’ top Gigabit speed city and state. VIAVI – formerly JDSU – found that Gigabit speed services are available to more than 8.5 million people in California and more than 6 million people in The Windy City. The growth of Gigabit
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