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Don't install the Windows 10 Creators Update on your own, Microsoft advises

It's worth mentioning that Microsoft is rolling out the Creators Update gradually, making sure users won't run into major issues when they install it. Users can either deploy these additional updates in the same way as the Tuesday security updates, deploy them to only some devices to identify potential issues before an organization-wide rollout, or hold off on the additional updates until the following month's Tuesday update.

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Whales injured by boat collisions more common than previously believed

According to the USA Today report, the analysis is based on injuries to 624 individual whales that were photographed between 2004 and 2013 - in the waters just off the coasts of Maine, New Hampshire and MA. To fix this, the team suggests that more long-term studies should be conducted alongside outreach programs and new management policies that properly evaluate whale populations.

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Amazon Echo Look is a voice-controlled camera for fashion tips

The device takes full length photos and short videos of you with a built-in LED lighting, depth-sensing camera. That's a question you'll likely never have to ask your mom, roommate, husband or significant other again when trying to decide on an outfit.

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SCV Search and Rescue assists in search of missing boy

South Pasadena Police Chief Art Miller said Aramazd Andressian appeared to have a "selective memory" when trying to recall what happened to his son. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Lisa Jansen says searchers will fan out again Monday to try and find Aramazd Andressian Jr.

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Spacecraft flies between Saturn and rings in historic 1st

In a scenario like that, Cassini might end up on a path that could have undesirable consequences. Previously, the Cassini spacecraft has observed jets of water containing organic chemicals streaming from Enceladus . It was important to NASA that the orbiter not break up or land on or near the moons of Titan or Enceladus. They expect to be looking through that information and imagery for years to come - continuing the Cassini craft's decade-long work of providing unprecedented amounts of ...

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NASA Announcement: Saturn's Moon 'Enceladus' Can Host Alien Life!

Original Story: Today at 2 p.m. ET, NASA will hold a news conference announcing "new results about ocean worlds in our solar system", and more tantalizingly, "the broader search for life beyond Earth". The researchers believe the gas is pouring into the moon's subsurface ocean through hydrothermal activity on the seafloor. "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".


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