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North Korea regularly threatens to destroy the United States and amid heightened tension on the Korean peninsula, it has escalated a war of words, warning of full-out nuclear war if Washington takes military action against it. Vice President Mike Pence has arrived in Japan for the second stop of a 10-day Asia tour. Mr Abe said it was a "matter of paramount importance for us to seek diplomatic efforts as well peaceable settlements of the issue".
  • Watch this 360-degree live stream of today's Atlas V launch

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    These include over 7,600 pounds (3,447 kg) of science research, hardware to the orbiting laboratory and crew supplies. Atlas V lifted off on time to clear sky at 11:11 a.m. nasa .gov/orbitalatk. In the event of a delay for any reason related to weather or technical issues a backup launch opportunity exists for Wednesday, April 19 , and also looks promising.
  • NASA Livestreams 360-Degree View Of Rocket Launch

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    The 360-degree video will capture the Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station launch pad in Florida during a rocket launch. A space station supply ship named for John Glenn is bound for orbit. But it opted for the United Launch Alliance's bigger Atlas V rocket in order to carry up a heftier load. When it unfroze, the rocket was gone and all I could see was smoke! SpaceX also has a cargo contract with NASA worth $1.6 billion.
  • Another nearby planet found that may be just right for life

    Another nearby planet found that may be just right for life

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    Details of the discovery are reported in the journal Nature . An artist's rendering shows the newly-discovered LHS 1140b planet. . Make that super-sized, because it belongs to a class of planets called super-Earths that are more massive than Earth but not quite the size of giants Neptune or Jupiter.
  • GOP groups turn up heat on Ossoff ahead of Ga. runoff

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    Republican Karen Handel , 55, a former Georgia secretary of state, won 19.8 percent, and will face Ossoff in the June 20 runoff. She ran for Fulton County Board of Commissioners and lost in 2002, then won a special election in 2003. The Dunwoody retiree and Handel volunteer says Republicans were too cautious in the primary for fear they'd "step on toes". He got 48 percent of the vote.
  • Galaxy S8 under fire for reddish display panel

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    The company will live stream the event which is taking place in New Delhi at 12pm on the Samsung India website. You can go for it as it is already proved that Samsung's new phones won't explode or burn. #GalaxyS8 and #GalaxyS8Plus come with Bixby , an intelligent interface that gives users a new way to interact with your phone. According to the website, Bixby 'can talk, see, read , recommend the user on actions.
  • Giant asteroid makes its closest approach to Earth in centuries

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    None of the known 1,798 Potentially Hazardous Asteroids are projected to impact Earth, according to Cox. Scientists have placed the asteroid measurements anywhere from 2,000 to 4,270 feet across . But what NASA and other experts do know is the asteroid is up to 1.4 kilometres in length and is so reflective that it will be visible with the naked eye from Earth when it whizzes past us at 33 metres per second.
  • Apple, Inc. Is Pushing Ahead With Testing Self-Driving Cars

    Apple, Inc. Is Pushing Ahead With Testing Self-Driving Cars

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    However, as the tech giant begins testing what it calls "Project Titan", it is expected that more details regarding the autonomous vehicle and its technology will be revealed in due time. At last, the company's secretive efforts was crowned by the success. Apple has received California DMV permit for testing self-driving vehicles in California.
  • Facebook shares brain-control ambitions

    Facebook shares brain-control ambitions

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    Dugan says that "no one has the right" to decode your silent thoughts, but the fact that's even something that has to be said says something scary about where technology is headed. To achieve sophisticated brain control with today's technology requires the implanting of a computer chip into the brain, something Ms Dugan joked "simply won't scale".
  • Facebook will now integrate AR technology in its platform

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    It didn't take long for the fad to die away. On the use of AR for consumers, Zuckerberg described the power of overlaying digital content onto the real world via glasses or contact lenses and said that doing so would "make our physical reality better...." Zuckerberg has previously termed the virtual reality (VR) as the future of social interaction and in line with that, Facebook unveiled Facebook Spaces app that makes it possible to spend time with friends in virtual reality.