• With NES Classic Edition, Nintendo is going to win the Holidays

    With NES Classic Edition, Nintendo is going to win the Holidays

    NES Classic Edition is hundreds of hours of nostalgia packed into a tiny box that is smaller and lighter than your mobile phone. So, Nintendo seems to have found the perfect holiday gift, just for $60. The small plastic box packs 30 classic games into a pint-sized recreation of the original NES. It is powered

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  • Jackie Chan Finally Receives an Honorary Oscar

    Jackie Chan Finally Receives an Honorary Oscar

    For the nicest person in the world, Jackie Chan, it has been a very long wait. However, his speech was worth the long wait. Starring in over 200 films, the Hong Kong action star and martial artist has been rewarded for his contributions to the film industry by The Academy after 52 years. At the

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  • The First Photo of Earth from Space

    The First Photo of Earth from Space

    Seventy years ago, astronauts took a photo of Earth from space for the very first time. The image was very plain. The black and white photo was taken from a Nazi-built V2 rocket on October 24, 1946. It shows a small number of clouds casting shadows down upon Earth. A rocket launched from the White

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  • Researchers Found the Oldest Known Aboriginal Settlement, Accidentally

    Researchers Found the Oldest Known Aboriginal Settlement, Accidentally

    When a car full of researchers pulled over for a restroom break, they accidentally stumbled upon the oldest known proof of Aboriginal settlement in ancient Australia. According to the Adnyamathanha people of the Flinders Ranges in South Australia, this settlement is known as Warratyi. It’s a rock shelter which contains artifacts and the remains of

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  • Fate of the Four Million Dumped Samsung Note7s

    Fate of the Four Million Dumped Samsung Note7s

    According to Greenpeace, even though Samsung has lost face because of Galaxy Note7, however, 4.5 million dumped devices isn’t a joke. They are a serious threat to the environment. The environmental group stresses on the fact that the Korean phone giant has recalled millions of devices after a recent global disaster in which many devices

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  • The World’s First Zero-Emissions Train

    The World’s First Zero-Emissions Train

    Commuters in Europe will soon travel on the world’s first zero-emissions train. Alstom – the French engineering giant is crafting a passenger train powered by hydrogen fuel cells and lithium-ion batteries. The train will emit just clean steam, and no greenhouse gases. The conglomerate announced the train technology this fall at the industry event InnoTrans

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  • What would Aliens think of the Present Day Earth?

    What would Aliens think of the Present Day Earth?

    We already know that we aren’t alone in the universe. But if aliens really decide to visit our planet, we’ll have a lot of questions preplanned for them like, “Why now?” and “Why did you come here?” and “Do you really abduct and experiment on our kind?” and “Have you ever visited Area 51 or

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  • Uber Promises Flying Cars on Demand

    Uber Promises Flying Cars on Demand

    First self-driving cars, now Uber’s planning something entirely extraordinary: Flying cars. The company posted a white-paper which outlined its plan for the ‘on-demand aviation’, or flying Ubers. Uber wrote, “On-demand aviation, has the potential to radically improve urban mobility, giving people back time lost in their daily commutes.” The paper contained a lengthy analysis of

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  • A Must-See Supermoon on November 14

    A Must-See Supermoon on November 14

    The most super of supermoons will rise on 14th November. No matter where you are in the world, you’ll be able to see it. As the moon reaches its closest point to Earth in its orbit called perigee, the natural satellite will be at its full phase, making it a supermoon on November 14. On

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  • NASA’s Curiosity Rover Fired its Laser on Mars

    NASA’s Curiosity Rover Fired its Laser on Mars

    A strange rock was spotted by NASA’s Curiosity rover on Mars. Obviously, the rover shot it with a laser. The fearless, car-sized robot saw an oval, golf ball-sized glittery rock that looked dissimilar to any other rocks around it. According to NASA’s scientists who were controlling the rover, the alleged, strange rock is an iron

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  • NASA’s New Horizons Is Definitely Broadening Our Horizons

    NASA’s New Horizons Is Definitely Broadening Our Horizons

    New Horizons is an interplanetary space probe that was launched as a part of NASA’s New Frontiers program. It is engineered by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), and the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI). The team is led by S. Alan Stern. The spacecraft was launched with the primary mission to perform a

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  • 2017 will be the Year of Electric Bicycles in Singapore

    2017 will be the Year of Electric Bicycles in Singapore

    In 2017, Singapore will get a new vehicle for covering short distances. The new mode of transport will be an electric bicycle. Mobike is a bicycle-sharing startup from China. It has announced that it has expanded into the island state, and is hopeful to start distributing its electric bikes here. Like Citi Bike, bicycles from

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