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Microsoft Hub Keyboard Comes To Android With All Things Microsoft In Tow

The keyboard comes with built-in language translator that works within the keyboard. "When you're on your smartphone , you may frequently toggle between apps, especially when you're trying to share information with someone via mail or text message", says Microsoft .

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Samsung's Galaxy S7 smartphone unveiled

The Galaxy S7 has a flat 5.1in screen but a curved glass back, adding to the ergonomics. They can all be charged wirelessly. The S7 and S7 edge are not cheap. While 100% of the pixels in Samsung's new cameras work in this way, only 5% of the iPhone 6s's do - we'll see what this means in real world use in our full review.

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SpaceX Aims For Wednesday Launch

This makes things difficult for SpaceX's post-launch plans. However, "given the mission's unique GTO profile, a successful landing is unexpected", SpaceX says. So SpaceX has agreed to drop off SES-9 at a higher orbit than originally planned, cutting down the satellite's solo trip. The roughly 230-foot tall (70 meter) booster was erected at the Cape's Space Launch Complex 40 and fueled with Rocket Propellant 1 (RP-1) and liquid oxygen.

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Could We Travel To Mars In 3 Days — NASA Photonic Propulsion

This is where the thrust in Photonic Propulsion is created. Known as photonic propulsion , the system would works by using lasers to propel a giant sail. They use a similar setup, and that just hasn't been scaled for spaceships. Instead of solar particles, lasers will be employed to get the job done. "These systems can be propelled to speeds now unimaginable with existing propulsion technologies".

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Mysterious Xbox Live outage leaves some of your games inaccessible

Microsoft's online gaming service is having a rough month and it seems like they're still nowhere near fixing the issue, according to VentureBeat . VentureBeat reported that this is the second week in a row that Xbox Live members have been experiencing online problems such as having trouble in the marketplace, accessing purchased games online, and booting up Hulu, Amazon Instant Video, and Netflix.

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LIGO collaboration detects gravitational waves in space

The incredibly powerful event, which released 50 times more energy than all the stars in the observable universe, lasted only fractions of a second. If this happens, the two beams of light will arrive back at the starting point at different times , the wavelengths won't cancel each other out and the signal will be detected, which is exactly what happened.


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