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    UK police can download the private contents of your phone in minutes without a warrant

    The UK police can download your phone data without a warrant in a matter of minutes, a shocking video has revealed. The footage shows how officers can use a machine to extract all kinds of information, including location data, deleted pictures and encrypted messages. London-based charity...
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    login details sell for just $5.20 on the dark web

    A recent report from content marketing agency Fractl has found out just how much your data is worth on the dark web. For the study, Fractl scoured all the fraud-related listings on the three biggest dark web marketplaces -- Dream, Point and Wall Street Market -- last month, according to...
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    How to stop Facebook harvesting your data

    One way to try and ensure that your data stays private is to request that your Facebook account be deleted, but that doesn't necessarily protect information you have already supplied. Many users are willing to trade off the risk of supplying their data for the convenience of staying connected...
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    Neural network finds craters on the moon

    A piece of computer software has been developed that was able to uncover almost 7,000 previously undiscovered craters in a matter of hours. The finding was made by a team of researchers led by Ari Silburt at Penn State University and Mohamad Ali-Dib at the University of Toronto. They fed...
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    Space Harpoon

    British engineers have created a space harpoon that could help capture rogue satellites and pull them back down to Earth. The 3ft (95 cm) missile would be fired from a 'hunter-killer' spacecraft, which would pull it – and its prey – back using a cord. Aviation giant Airbus said the harpoon is...
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    World's biggest jet engine takes off

    footage has revealed the moment that the world's biggest jet engine took to the skies for the first time, ahead of its planned maiden commercial flight in 2020. The huge GE9X powerplant, which is as wide and tall as the fuselage of a Boeing 737, is being built for the latest version of the...
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    Russia test-fires 'ideal' hypersonic missile

    The high-precision Kinzhal (Dagger) missile was launched from a MiG-31 supersonic interceptor jet that took off from an airfield in the South Military District in Russia's southwest, the defence ministry said. "The launch went according to plan, the hypersonic missile hit its target," the...
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    Send your name to the sun

    NASA wants to fly your name to the sun aboard a groundbreaking probe it is sending into the star's atmosphere. The agency is inviting people to include their name on a microchip aboard its Parker Solar Probe, which is launching on a historic research mission in July. The probe will fly closer...
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    Facebook is watching you...download your data file.

    Facebook may be tracking your every move online even if you have never been on the site. Not content with monitoring the movements of its own users, the largest social network in the world is building secret files on the activities of billions of people. Mark Zuckerburg's company says that is...
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    4G on the Moon next year

    The moon could get 4G mobile phone network next year Vodafone Germany, Nokia and Audi said today they were working together to support the mission that could allow lunar rovers to communicate with each other. If it goes ahead this would also enable high-definition live streaming from the lunar...
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    Generate electricity from temperature variation.

    A device that can generate electricity seemingly out of thin air has been developed by engineers. Called a thermal resonator, it relies on fluctuations in temperature between day and night to produce electricity. It can be used without the need for sunlight, batteries or wind, making it ideal...
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    Can i do this with DFI Lanparty LAN ports?

    My son has a wifi dongle to connect his PC to a router downstairs but my daughter cant receive a good wifi signal because there are too may walls in the way. Can i use his DFI board as a network bridge using a cable to get internet to his sisters? Router downstairs.........wifi USB dongle in...
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    Jeff Bezos reveals his massive clock

    Footage has revealed construction work underway for a clock that will tick for the next 10,000 years. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who has invested $42 million (£30 million) in the project, revealed the clip on social media. It shows workmen installing the mechanism inside a hollowed out chamber in...
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    Intel reveals a breakthrough silicon chip

    The technology firm has created a programmable quantum processor made with silicon, the same material used in conventional chips. Previous developments in quantum computing have relied on special superconductive materials that work in near absolute-zero temperatures - making them difficult to...
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    Qantas uses 150 acres of mustard seeds to power 15 hour biofuel flight

    The world's first US-Australia biofuel flight successfully completed its first journey today powered by fuel made from mustard seeds. The Qantas QF96 plane completed a 15-hour trans-Pacific flight using 24,000 litres of biofuel blend. Qantas estimates the plane saved around 18,000kg in carbon...
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    Someone make this app please

    I dont think ive ever enjoyed a single tune ive been played when i am put on hold........why cant it play my playlist and not their shitty choices. Surely it cant be too hard. PS I dont want any money for my brilliant idea but i wouldnt mind a good deal on a couple of never mined 1080 ti's
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    Rocket Labs secretly launches a man-made star

    The founder of the company that launched the first rocket into orbit from New Zealand this week said he deployed a secret satellite he believes will be the brightest object in the night sky. The New Zealander has named the beach ball-sized object 'Humanity Star' and says he hopes it will...
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    A step towards cloning humans

    Two monkeys have followed in the footsteps of Dolly the Sheep by becoming the world's first primates to be cloned from transferred DNA. Identical long-tailed macaques Zhong Zhong and Hua Hua were born eight and six weeks ago respectively at a laboratory in China. The success marks a watershed...
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    Supercomputer with 200 GTX 1080 Ti cards

    Astron, the Dutch institute for radio astronomy, has commissioned a supercomputer with two hundred Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti cards. The cluster will search for flashes of light on images from the cameras of the Astron telescope. The cluster with the video cards is located in Westerbork, where...
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    NASA tests 'kilopower' nuclear system

    Initial tests in Nevada on a compact nuclear power system designed to sustain a long-duration NASA human mission on the inhospitable surface of Mars have been successful, officials revealed on Thursday. Now, a full-power run of the radical new system is scheduled for March. Officials from the...
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    The wheel.....reinvented

    After years of research – and hundreds of 3D models – the inventor has revealed the Revolve wheel that collapses like an umbrella, allowing riders to have the benefits of a full-sized wheel while saving about 60 percent space when needed. The wheel could be incorporated into folding bikes...
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    World's first full-colour satellite is capable of capturing high-definition videos of individual people from orbit

    A British satellite could provide a full colour, high-definition video of our planet from space, even picking up objects as small as 26 inches (65cm) big on the ground. The 'Big Brother' video satellite, which is currently still a prototype can capture videos of individual people from orbit in...
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    USS Portland set to get laser weapon

    The amphibious warship USS Portland is set to get a radical new version of the Navy's laser weapon fitted for a historic test. The laser weapon will be fitted to the ship later this year as a 'technology demonstrator' officials said. It paves the way for laser weapons to be integrated across...
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    'Flapless flight' stealth drone

    Complex mechanical 'flaps' have been dropped in favour of a cutting edge control system for the jet-powered Magma concept craft, currently under development in the UK. The system will use unique blown-air devices to manoeuvre the aircraft, paving the way for future stealthier aircraft designs...
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    Has Lockheed Martin finished building the unmanned SR-72

    Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works unit may have already finished making the radical hypersonic update of the long-retired Mach 3 SR-71 Blackbird spy plane. Jack O’Banion, Vice President of Strategy and Customer Requirements, Advanced Development Programs for Lockheed Martin, let slip at a...
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