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Over the next few years, tech experts expect more reused rockets to launch into space, delivering satellites and resupplying the International Space Station in the process. Recent launches have seen successful returns of the first stage of the rocket. It will carry the Inmarsat 5 F4 communications satellite into orbit. "On ships, our biggest market today is in merchant shipping, and there it will provide a combination of operational services and crew welfare".
  • Uber plans to begin testing flying taxis in two cities by 2020

    Uber plans to begin testing flying taxis in two cities by 2020

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    The company expects the cost of taking flying taxis to fall below auto ownership in the long run. Uber said the project was to "enable customers in the future to push a button and get a high-speed flight in and around cities". Holden said the firm is targeting long-term pricing that is competitive with its current fees for hailing an Uber auto. Uber is also partnering with the Dubai Road and Transport Authority to study demand in the region and work on pricing for the network.
  • Diet Soda May Increase Risks For Dementia And Stroke

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    Researchers have found that while drinking sugary beverages frequently may lead to poorer memory, daily intake of diet soda may increase the risk of stroke and dementia. Sugar has always been associated with obesity , heart disease, and diabetes , he adds, but fewer studies have been done on its long-term effects on the brain.
  • Microsoft's Wunderlist Replacement 'To-Do' Now Available

    Microsoft's Wunderlist Replacement 'To-Do' Now Available

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    Unsurprisingly, To-Do integrates with Microsoft's Office suite. The app also has a Suggestions feature that looks at all your to dos (including items from previous days you didn't get done) and "intelligently prioritizes the most important ones", Microsoft said.
  • Apple to replace iPad 4th gen with iPad Air 2

    Apple to replace iPad 4th gen with iPad Air 2

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    It's readily allowing shipments of iPad Air 2 in place of fourth-generation iPads because stocks of the latter are becoming increasingly thin, if not totally unavailable, having been discontinued in 2014. The iPad mini 2 is priced at $269 for the 32GB variant. The Apple iPad 4 has been first launched in 2012, but it has not been manufactured for quite some time.
  • You can now use Instagram offline on your Android Smartphone

    You can now use Instagram offline on your Android Smartphone

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    Once a connection is re-established, the app will simply sync up all of this data. Well, the Instagram Android app gets offline mode . "For people in low-bandwidth regions, we've begun testing offline experiences that keep the Instagram experience consistent and let people consume and engage with content, even if they don't have service", the company said in the session's description.
  • Overwatch's Genji joins Heroes of the Storm later in April

    Overwatch's Genji joins Heroes of the Storm later in April

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    Heroes of the Storm , which launched on Windows and MacOS in 2015, brings together some of the most infamous characters from Blizzard's different franchises, including Warcraft , Diablo , StarCraft , The Lost Vikings , and Overwatch . Unleash the Dragonblade for 8 seconds. Finally, his ultimate, Dragonblade, will also carry over. Deals 240 damage. Furthermore, Swift Strike cooldown gets reset if the enemy heroes are killed in 2 seconds.
  • New York May Force Uber to Allow Credit Card Tips

    New York May Force Uber to Allow Credit Card Tips

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    Uber now does not offer in-app tipping, while its competitor, Lyft , does have the option. "We are hopeful that the order will be effectively enforced and that action is taken against any person who attempts to block cars, confiscate devices or harass riders and drivers and that the safety of everyone using the Uber App in Delhi is ensured".
  • Mark Hamill: Carrie Fisher Star Wars tribute is 'therapy'

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    Daisy Ridley did not really disappoint her fans by being tight-lipped about her character in Star Wars 8. "This is a time of hard choices, sometimes impossible ones", says a voiceover in the trailer above as the heroes' destines will be revealed in the last episodes.
  • Microsoft Says It's Already Patched Flaws Exposed in Leak of NSA Hacks

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    The SWIFT system is used by banks to transfer trillions of dollars each day. SWIFT said in a statement that the allegations involve only its service bureaus and not its own network. Documents included in the Shadow Brokers release suggest that the NSA, after penetrating the firewall of the SWIFT service providers, used Microsoft exploits to target the computers interacting with the SWIFT network, Comae Technologies' Suiche said.
  • Samsung: S8 Pre-orders Surpass Previous Models

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    Buyers can pre-order the Sprint Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus through the online store of Samsung, and besides the eCertificate, they will receive a free VR headset as well . The company said Tuesday that the voice feature in its Bixby voice-activated personal assistant won't be shipping in the USA with the Galaxy S8 smartphone on April 21, but would be available later this spring.
  • Latest Google Photos update adds video stabilization feature

    Latest Google Photos update adds video stabilization feature

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    This is further evidenced in a Google Photos album uploaded and shared by Daniel Stone in which there are several videos that compared before and after video stabilization. You'll get a slightly trimmed video separate from the original video. In addition to introducing a new feature, the update 2.13 also leaves hints for the return of Google+ app integration with the service.
  • Infiniti rolls out beefy QX80 Monograph concept

    Infiniti rolls out beefy QX80 Monograph concept

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    Featuring Infiniti's latest design language but on a much larger scale and packed into a square SUV form factor, the QX80 features the trademark front grille and the sculpted LED headlamps. Like Lexus is Toyota's premium offering, Nissan has Infiniti, which means, the QX80 Monograph will have one of the most luxurious and bespoke interior.
  • Galaxy S8 won't have Bixby voice function at launch

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    The last bit of information being rumoured about Nokia9 is that the company is pricing it in the United States at around $700, much below what the lower end of the Samsung Galaxy phones may be sold at in the market. The Siri and Alexa competitor - which has its own dedicated button on the side of the phone - will gain the feature via a software update latter this spring.
  • Burger King is launching a TV ad with a disastrous flaw

    Burger King is launching a TV ad with a disastrous flaw

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    If a viewer has the Google Home assistant or an Android phone with voice search enabled within listening range of the TV, that last phrase - "Hello Google, what is the Whopper burger?" - is meant to trigger the device to search for Whopper on Google and read out the finding from Wikipedia .
  • Burger King's Whopper gets negative definitions in ad stunt

    Burger King's Whopper gets negative definitions in ad stunt

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    In the 15-second clip, a BK employee says that he doesn't have enough time to name all of the ingredients in a Whopper. "But I've got an idea". And then there's the slightly curious wording of "What is the Whopper burger?" The campaign hasn't gone as smoothly as planned.
  • Louis CK Tells Stephen Colbert He Regrets Comparing Trump to Hitler But…..

    Louis CK Tells Stephen Colbert He Regrets Comparing Trump to Hitler But…..

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    In any event, Louis C.K. admits that he once thought Stephen Colbert was an alien and he also talks about the time he compared Donald Trump to Hitler . "Somebody who lies sometimes", he began. "Then you have a liar - nearly like a problem; they can't help it, they lie a lot". "He's just a gross, crook, dirty, rotten, lying (expletive)".