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Samsung Galaxy View to be launched on November 6 for $599

With the built-in handle and dock on the back panel of the device, the Galaxy View can be easily brought around anywhere, without the worry of having to grab a massive device on its whole. The device has nano SIM slot (LTE only) so unlike other smart TVs it doesn't need to be tethered to a power socket. To magnify the audio experience, media content can be listened via the dual 4W stereo speaker setup, GSM Arena reported.

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Biologists at New England Aquarium to conduct necropsy on sea turtle

There were abrasions and tissue tearing on the left front flipper and around the neck. The entanglement led the turtle to a point of exhaustion and ultimately drowned. The marine animal response team from Center for Coastal Studies successfully disentangled the 4.5-foot leatherback turtle with the help of a grappling hook and sharp knives.

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The Geysers of Saturn's Enceladus — New NASA Images

Despite the small size of Enceladus (300 miles to be precise), it is one of the few places on the universe with water. The spacecraft collected the pictures during a daring flyby of the Saturn's moon. The spacecraft will send back more images, as well as the analyses of the plumes, done using Cassini's onboard gas analyzer and dust detector. It was the last chance for Cassini to carry out the flyby and sample Enceladus' plumes.

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EMC, Dell hope to start Pivotal IPO in early 2016

EMC will reportedly sell 20% of Pivotal stock to the public while retaining the rest. This is quite similar to how VMware went public almost a decade ago. Second, the new capital generated by a Pivotal IPO would supplement a few of the funding lost by the decline in VMware shares since the Dell-EMC deal was announced.

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Massive Crack Opens in Wyoming Due to Gravity & Rainy Spring

SNS reported this week the cracks extended about 750 yards long and 50 yards wide in spots. Some term it as the "Crack", some call it "The Gash" and some "Crevasse". A report published by Reuters said, "The mass geologic movement in the remote area where no people or property are directly at risk came to light last week when commercial hunters in Wyoming discovered it and posted photographs and commentary on their firm's Facebook page".

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Facebook Is Making Employees Switch From iPhone To Android

If you're still wondering what does this have to do with banning iPhones , then you must know that a large majority of users in developing countries prefer cheap Android devices rather than the pricy products Apple is offering. The move is said to be in accordance to the strict instruction by Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox. Facebook has laid out its plans in preparation for the next wave of internet users, which will be from the emerging markets.