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iPhone X owners complain of ‘green line of death’ on screen of $999 device

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A so-called “green line of death” has been appearing on the screens of several iPhone X devices, owners of the eye-wateringly expensive new Apple device are reporting. According to multiple users who took to social media and several different forums to complain about the glitch, a thin green line has randomly appeared down the right or left side of some of the $999 devices, just one week after... 

NASA to test ‘space lasers’ with latest launch

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Sunday marks the day that humanity takes one step closer to the science-fiction realm with space lasers. An American aerospace firm is aiming to create 200 megabits per second (Mbps) connections in space using satellites equipped with lasers. If successful, this new tech could pave the way for networks of satellite-connected devices to send data, which will be useful for military, tech, and meteorological... 

US Poised to Turn Space Into 'Warfighting Domain'

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The US military appears willing to take war to a whole new dimension as the country’s Air Force prepares to ‘increase its lethality’ in space. The US Air Force is now “shifting to space as a warfighting domain,” USAF Secretary Heather Wilson told the media on Thursday, November 9, according to RT. “We are moving forward with modernization in space, so we’re increasing our... 

IBM Presents Most Powerful Computer in the World: 50-Qubit

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IBM has announced a major breakthrough in the field of quantum computing after the company managed to build a prototype 50-qubit processor. The quantum computing race has apparently reached another milestone as IBM has announced the creation of its 50-qubit prototype quantum computer. Dario Gil, Vice President of AI and IBM Q, said that this is the first time that any company has built a quantum computer... 

Scientists find way to make old human cells young again

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Scientists have discovered how to make old human cells young again through rejuvenation. It’s an exciting discovery that could change the way humans age. Researchers at the University of Exeter and University of Brighton found they could rejuvenate senescent cells, cells that had stopped their natural growth cycle, causing them to start to divide again. The experiment found they not only look younger,... 

'AI may replace humans' & become new form of life: Stephen Hawking

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One day robots could entirely edge out human beings and become a new life form that is even capable of replicating itself, Stephen Hawking has warned, once again predicting a rather grim future for humankind. “I fear that AI may replace humans altogether,” the renowned physicist told Wired magazine, as cited by the Cambridge News. “If people design computer viruses, someone will design AI... 

China to outstrip US in AI stakes by 2025, says Google's Eric Schmidt

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China is likely to beat the US in artificial intelligence under its national plan to exceed all other countries in the field by 2030, despite the Americans being its creators in the name of their own “exceptionalism,” the Alphabet Inc. chairman has warned. “Trust me, these Chinese people are good,” the executive chairman of Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc., Eric Schmidt said at the... 

Humans will NEVER be Immortal, study says

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Aging and cancer are two harsh but inescapable realities of life as a multicellular organism and while humanity can strive to treat one or the other, eventual death is mathematically guaranteed, according to a new study. A pair of researchers from the University of Arizona have developed the first general model of the interaction between intercellular competition, aging and the onset and development... 

China’s ingenious ‘death zone’ spy drones near invisible to radar

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China is testing a tiny bat-sized spy drone the country hopes will help it dominate a region of the atmosphere known as the ‘death zone’. Also known as ‘near space,’ the area begins roughly 20km (12 miles) above sea-level and is regarded as a death zone for drones as the thin air makes it hard for them to generate lift. Simultaneously, the extremely low temperatures of the zone means that... 

Drivers are distracted by cutting-edge technology crammed into modern cars

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Today’s drivers need to constantly interact with various multimedia systems when driving, thus putting their lives at risk. The cutting-edge infotainment technology, which car makers are persistently stuffing into the dashboard of new cars, is forcing drivers to take their eyes off the road and even hands off the steering wheel for quite long periods of time, which creates dangerous situations.... 

Universe Without God Shouldn’t Exist, CERN Research Suggests

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CERN researchers are baffled at how matter thrived in the early universe when it should have been destroyed by antimatter, a discovery which evokes a theory that the universe is controlled by a mysterious realm lying outside space and time. The researchers made a technological breakthrough when they compared the magnetism of an antiproton to that of a proton using a new technique which is 350 times... 

Saudi Arabia grants citizenship to humanoid robot

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Saudi Arabia has become the first country to grant citizenship to a robot. The lucky machine is Sophia the Humanoid, who was designed to look like Audrey Hepburn. News of Sophia’s citizenship was announced at the Future Investment Initiative in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Wednesday. This comes shortly after Sophia’s UN speech which we written about yesterday. “I am very honored and proud for... 

At UN, Creepy Globalist Robot Vows to Help “Create the Future”

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Sophia which is probably the ugliest android when compared to Japanese Kokoro androids, not too long ago said it wants to destroy humans. That’s just great, its not enough immigrants want to destroy us in the West now we have robots too wanting to destroy us, isn’t it just fantastic!? Humanity’s future robotic overlords made an initial appearance this month at a United Nations confab.... 

Monster plankton discovered in Arctic ice

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A new species that has been dubbed a hidden ‘monster’ of the plankton world has been found lurking under Arctic sea ice in Canada. The fortuitous discovery of the eight-legged creature – which freakishly only has one eye, no mouth and two hairy antennae – was made by a University of Manitoba student in 2014. Aurelie Delaforge was working at an ice camp in the wilds of Cambridge Bay, Nunavut,... 

Tracking Universe's Missing Part is 'Breakthrough' But 'Not End of Story'

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An international team of researchers has managed to detect the missing 50 percent of visible matter in the universe. It is “a very exciting discovery”, Richard Ellis, Professor of Astrophysics at University College London, told Sputnik. “Understanding the constituency of the universe is of course a fundamental question in astronomy,” Ellis pointed out. He recalled that researchers... 
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