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In October, we reported that scientists planned to craft an updated version of the Arecibo Message — a radio message sent into space 44 years ago to draw the attention of aliens — and they wanted the public’s help dec...

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Uber continues to lose money as it scales scooters, bikes and other newer businesses

Uber, which is expected to go public sometime next year, just released its Q3 2018 financial results. Uber’s net losses increased 32 percent quarter over quarter to $939 million on a pro forma basis, though Uber expected...

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SpaceX landed two of its three Falcon Heavy first-stage boosters

SpaceX has managed an incredible feat alongside its historic Falcon Heavy first test launch today — landing two of its boosters at once, nearly simultaneously, intact. The first-stage rockets used during today’s launch ...

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Historic SpaceX Falcon Heavy Launch – Live

Watch live the historic SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch at Feb. 6th, 1:30 PM ET.

The first test flight of Falcon Heavy is targeted for Tuesday, Feb. 6th at 1:30 PM ET from Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Spa...

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You can now pick up an iMac Pro in-store, for $4,999 and up

Apple’s super-powered iMac Pro hit the company’s online store just ahead of Christmas. Now those who’d prefer to pick one up in-person can do so by paying a visit to one of its various retail establishments. Availabil...

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Elon Musk really will launch a Tesla Roadster on the first Falcon Heavy rocket

Elon Musk shared images on his Instagram account today of the payload being loaded up on the first Falcon Heavy rocket that will ever launch – and it’s a red Tesla Roadster. The SpaceX CEO previously said that he’d be...

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SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket sets up at Cape Canaveral ahead of launch

SpaceX won’t hit its 2017 target for a test flight of its new, huge Falcon Heavy rocket – but the massive launch craft is now in place at Cape Canaveral in Florida, where it will undergo testing including a full static ...

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Google is working with celebs on Snapchat-like vertical videos in search results

Google is taking another step toward making search more fun.

The company is testing a new feature that allows celebrities and influencers to record vertical video clips answering common search questions abou...

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We May Be Able to Use Waves to Power Our World

About a mile offshore from Kaneohe Bay on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, a yellow, doughnut-shaped contraption bobs up and down with the motion of the ocean. The hulking device, as wide as a school bus is long, looks a bit li...

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Humanity’s next Stage of Evolution Could Be the Cyborg

The Next Evolution

Cyborgs: humans who have been merged with machines; a hybrid of sorts. What was once the subject of far-out science fiction has now entered reality as a medical tool. From implants to robot...

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4 Gadgets That Will Help You Sleep At Night

Elusive Shut Eye

A lack of sufficient sleep can wreak havoc on a person’s mind and body. It’s been linked to everything from diabetes to depression. In fact, research by the World Health Organization (WHO) ...

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Anonymous Warns World to ‘Prepare’ for World War 3

The infamous hacktivist group Anonymous has released a chilling new video (below) — urging people across the globe to “prepare” for World War 3 — as the US and North Korea continue to move “strategic pieces into p...

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Amewu backs Okyenhene in BNI galamsey report scandal

The Ministry of Lands of Forestry has jumped to the defence of the Okyenhene in a recent BNI report accusing the Okyehene and his palace as being complicit in illegal mining activities.

A statement issued Tu...

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Stephen Hawking: Humanity Only Has 100 Years Left on Earth Before Doomsday

Over the past century or so, humanity has accomplished a great deal of innovation. We learned to fly (at least with the help of airplanes), built huge machines, cured diseases, and developed computers, the Internet, and sma...

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The World’s Most Mysterious Space Drone Is Finally on Its Way Back to Earth

Already on its fourth orbital mission, the United States Air Force’s X-37B remains the world’s most mysterious aircraft. Also called the X-37 Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV), the X-37B is expected to return from what could b...

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Google DeepMind Shows That AI Can Have “Killer Instincts”

Concerns over artificial intelligence (AI) have been around for some time now, and thanks to a new study by Google’s DeepMind research lab, it seems that this Terminator-esque future of intelligent machines may not be tha...

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Blockchain Is Helping Us Feed the World’s Hungriest Families

Blockchain is making headlines everywhere — from the trading markets to even the arena of universal basic income. Now, this super secure, decentralized digital network can also help feed the world. In a project using the ...

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Space Agencies Want to Put Humans on Mars by 2033, but Will Humans Be Ready to Go?

In case you hadn’t noticed, there are a lot of agencies and companies working hard to get humans to Mars. SpaceX says it will definitely launch their crewed mission by 2020. NASA has a mandate to get the US to Mars by 203...

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Scorp is a fast-growing social video app you've probably never heard of

Scorp a startup out of Turkey, offers another take on the social video theme. The app lets you upload 15-second videos on any topic, such as your view on Trump's immigration controls. In fact, its young makers call Scorp th...

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