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It will be free for all Windows 10 owners. "We want Windows to be the place you love to create and play, with the tools to help you make your mark on the world". We, however, do not have any news yet regarding new cumulative updates for mobile. The new Windows Defender Security Center, for example, combines security and health options in one place so that it is easier for people to see and control Windows 10 device security and health options.
  • Shots fired at Manus Island centre, one asylum seeker injured

    Shots fired at Manus Island centre, one asylum seeker injured

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    Members of the Papua New Guinea Defence Force have reportedly fired dozens of shots into the Manus Island detention centre, leaving asylum seekers "extremely frightened". Our camp is under attack. "Security staff were inside, they were hiding with us", he said. "After PNG police fired shots, there are reports that navy staff have responded by firing at the PNG police and shooting into the compounds".
  • NASA just discovered the first food source for potential aliens

    NASA just discovered the first food source for potential aliens

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    The plumes are 98 percent water, scientists said, with traces of molecules including ammonia, carbon dioxide and methane. Cassini has found almost all of the ingredients for life on Enceladus: liquid water, a source of energy and the chemical elements - carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorous and sulfur - that we know contributed to the formation of life on Earth.
  • Tiny Object With Very Silly Name Could Be the Next Dwarf Planet

    Tiny Object With Very Silly Name Could Be the Next Dwarf Planet

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    That means the frigid object probably harbors enough mass to be shaped into a sphere by its own gravity, entitling it to "dwarf planet" status, researchers said. Since ALMA observes the cold, dark Universe, it is able to detect the heat emitted naturally by cold objects in space . Because of this, DeeDee is only 30 degrees Kelvin, slightly above absolute zero, which translates to a really freaking cold -406 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Afghan officials: 36 Islamic State fighters killed by U.S. bomb

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    But former president Hamid Karzai accused the U.S. of using Afghanistan as "a testing ground for new and risky weapons". The Americans are going to "find out how we can make progress alongside our Afghan partners and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies", Trump said on Wednesday.
  • Putin and Tillerson agree that US-Russia relationship isn't going so well

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    Putin accused Assad's opponents of planning to stage chemical attacks to be blamed on Damascus in order to lure the United States deeper into the conflict. President Vladimir Putin said ties between Russian Federation and the United States appear to have deteriorated under Donald Trump in an interview released Wednesday as the countries' top diplomats met in Moscow .
  • Samsung to launch limited prototypes of its foldable smartphone this year

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    Bixby Voice is perhaps the headline feature of Samsung's new assistant, and will let you use your voice to perform everyday tasks such as sending emails, editing photos and placing calls. Bixby is expected to become more and more capable in the coming months and years as more and more apps feature voice activation. So the company did indicate that Bixby may have a slow start, but the lack of one of the most important traits at the very beginning will make it more hard for the new ...
  • Saturn's Moon 'Enceladus' Can Host Alien Life — NASA Announcement

    Saturn's Moon 'Enceladus' Can Host Alien Life — NASA Announcement

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    Scientists on NASA's Cassini mission conjecture that this is how water interacts with rock at the bottom of the ocean of Saturn's icy moon Enceladus, producing hydrogen gas (H2). "Most of us would be excited with any life, and certainly when we're talking about the sources of energy, this is to feed the base of a food web". "Combined with our knowledge that there's an ocean under Enceladus, that it's salty, that it contains organics and mineral interactions - these are all other ...
  • Maybe it was the Obama administration doing the meddling

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    On Wednesday, House Speaker Paul Ryan said the House intelligence committee investigation looking into Russia's role in the 2016 election was back on track after the committee's chairman had a secret meeting on White House grounds about intelligence that Trump later said vindicated his Obama wiretapping claims.
  • Saturn's moon may have the recipe for life

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    In a separate study, NASA scientists working with the Hubble telescope have revealed that they've found more evidence that another of Jupiter's moons, Europa, is spurting out watery jets of its own, giving us yet another potential spot where life might develop.
  • NASA Puts the Planet Up for Adoption in Time for Earth Day

    NASA Puts the Planet Up for Adoption in Time for Earth Day

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    Photo Credit: NasaChicago night lights in 2016. These images will be released later this year. According to NASA, scientists are on the verge of collecting night data more frequently. According to the USA space agency, the team wrote code that picked the clearest night views each month, ultimately combining moonlight-free and moonlight-corrected data.