A recent study shows that weather, not earthquakes or tornadoes, is causing most of Earth's natural disasters . Besides thousands of deaths, 4.1 billion were wounded in weather disasters. "Population growth will continue to put more and more people in harm's way while uncontrolled building on flood plains and storm-prone coastal zones will increase human vulnerabilities to extreme weather events", the report noted.
It's Google's take on similar efforts from rivals, such as Apple's Apple News and Facebook's Instant Articles. Google has announced that it will begin the rollout of its Accelerated Mobile Pages in early 2016. This means that when Googling a given topic, news stories from the company's AMP partners will appear in a carousel format at the top of Google's search results.
The online retailer has slashed the worth of Samsung, LG & Sony HDTVs, making them more reasonably priced this season. This HDTV features an efficient refresh rate of 120 clear motion rate (CMR) & an LED backlight. This deal is aimed at Best Buy's prime doorbuster deal, the $149.99 49-inch Toshiba TV. This laptop computer features a 1TB HDD along with Intel Core i7 and has 8GB of RAM.
Until an official statement from the Canadian smartphone manufacturer arrives, it may be safe to assume that the new BlackBerry entry is actually a Samsung Galaxy S6 entry with a changed model name. The S6 has a 5.1 QHD touchscreen, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, 16MP rear camera and a 5MP selfie snapper. "Select handsets" really is the magical word here because you shouldn't expect to get your hands on BlackBerry's first Android smartphone for up to 20 percent off.
The live stream of the Purina National Dog Show complements the television coverage of the event and also makes it easy to watch for those away from a television today - of if the television is occupied with football. As is the case with the desktop livestream, you'll need a cable provider log-in to watch. If you don't have cable, multiple accounts can be signed in at once so ask a friend for login details.
The stellar behemoth, a red hypergiant located 3,900 light-years from Earth, is quickly shedding mass, and now new observations are helping astronomers better understand how and why. Prior studies about this mass shedding event in stars can only be theorized however, using SPHERE data, this is now considered as direct evidence of this phenomenon, where large grains of dust enshroud this hypergiant.