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Android 6.0 Ported Onto The HTC HD2

Unfortunately, we're not sure yet when the owners of the HTC One M8 from Europe will start receiving the Android M OTA Update. However, not all HTC One M8 subscribers are getting the latest update. HTC is usually good about promising the Android upgrade to their devices within 90 days after the initial update. All Android 6.0 Marshmallow testing for the HTC One M8 has already been completed and rumor has it that the software update is already rolling out in certain regions, though we haven't ...

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Woman Born Incapable Of Feeling Pain Feels It For The First Time

Babies with the condition tend to chew their fingers, toes and lips until they bleed, and toddlers can suffer an increased range of knocks, tumbles and encounters with sharp or hot objects. The same effect was seen in people as well. 7 and found that they became able to feel pain. The woman, who wished to remain nameless, said that she hoped the experiment might help others with the condition.

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Halo 5: Guardians Trailer Shows Forge and Free MP Maps

The update is expected to bring new REQs, such as weapons and assassinations, to spice up your combat in the new Warzone multiplayer mode. We don't have a specific release date yet, and 343 Industries was a little shy on the details shared.

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Hipster Santa visits with kids at Portland, Oregon mall

There was really only one way for the Year of the Man Bun to come to a close. KXAN  went to see his new look and we were pleased to find that his belly still shook like a bowl full of jelly.

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Cost of sending letter to Mars estimated at $25000

In its reply to Oliver, who wants to become an astronaut, the Royal Mail explained how the figure was calculated. Andrew Smout, senior customer adviser for Royal Mail, said that the last Mars mission cost NASA approximately $700 million in total.

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European Space Agency delays launch of gravity probe

LISA Pathfinder, ready for launch . It's created to make test measurements for a technique that will be used to detect gravitational waves - something in which scientists are greatly interested. "LIGO and eLISA will complement each other", says Amber Stuver (LIGO Livingston Observatory). You wouldn't notice the difference at all, but that's the sort of force physicists are trying to detect.