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SpaceX Launches Months After Explosion On Launchpad
Jan14

SpaceX Launches Months After Explosion On Launchpad

After four and a half months of hiatus, SpaceX launched on Saturday. It took off from its California base at 9:54 am. It carries 10 “Iridium NEXT satellite telephone relay stations.” If everything turned out well, the first stage of the rocket would have an offshore droneship landing. The second stage would continue to orbit. Last January, the rocket failed to land a stage on the drone ship after it took off from Vandenberg. The...

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YouTube Super Chat – Helping Creators Make Money
Jan13

YouTube Super Chat – Helping Creators Make Money

YouTube Super Chat is a new feature of the video sharing site that allows creators to earn money when they go live. But not only the creators. The viewers, too, can receive money when they comment on live streams. “Today, we are introducing our latest tool for fans and creators to connect with one another during live streams: Super Chat. Anybody watching a live stream can purchase a Super Chat: a highlighted message in the chat stream...

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Opera Neon – The Concept Browser For Mac And Windows
Jan12

Opera Neon – The Concept Browser For Mac And Windows

Opera Neon is not yet a browser, but it is a concept. It succeeds in improving browsing experience to a few tasks. It offers an attractive design. The background blends well in your desktop. The circular tabs are different from the rectangles of its rival browsers. But Opera Neon will not replace its Opera browser. Neon is not as full-featured as the current Opera browser, which comes with the native capacity to block ads. Despite...

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Facebook Journalism Project Aims To Promote News Literacy
Jan11

Facebook Journalism Project Aims To Promote News Literacy

Facebook Journalism Project has been revealed on Wednesday. Its primary goal is to have stronger ties with the news industry. It will focus on several areas, such as the development of new products, new training, and tools for news reporters or journalists and mechanisms that can help in stopping fake news. “We know that our community values sharing and discussing ideas and news, and as a part of our service, we care a great deal...

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Consumer Reports Will Retest MacBook Pro After Apple Found The Culprit
Jan10

Consumer Reports Will Retest MacBook Pro After Apple Found The Culprit

Consumer Reports would conduct a retesting on MacBook Pro after Apple issued a fix that could address the battery issue, which caused the publication not to recommend Apple’s laptop for the first time. Late last year, the publication made initial tests on three MacBook Pro units. The result of those tests showed inconsistent battery life that could range from 3.75 hours to 19.5 hours. But Apple advertised its new MacBook Pro models to...

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