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Forbes
Android Circuit: Powerful Galaxy S8 Launched, Samsung's Firey Note 7 Returns, Google Pixel Secrets
Forbes
Taking a look back at seven days of news and headlines across the world of Android, this week's Android Circuit looks back at the launch of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, the differences between the South Korean handsets, what the S8 says about the future, ...
ISPs: We Care About Your Privacy (Pinky Swear!)
PC Magazine
Congress's recent decision to allow internet service providers to sell their customers' browsing data won't adversely affect people's online privacy, according to cable industry executives. Comcast Chief Privacy Officer Gerard Lewis touted his company ...

The Verge
April Fools' Day 2017: the best (and worst) pranks
The Verge
April 1st — a day colloquially known as “April Fools' Day” or “the worst holiday ever” — isn't even until tomorrow, but because the month of April starts on a Saturday this year, all the #brands are already out in force to pollute the internet ...

NPR
Twitter Drops Its Egg, The Unintended Avatar Of Harassment
NPR
Since 2010, the default avatar on Twitter has been an egg. The idea apparently was that a new user was like a gestating bird, soon to make its first tweet. It was designed to be playful and cute. But over time, Twitter's eggs came to symbolize ...

Bend Bulletin
How warm and wet Mars lost its atmosphere, and why Earth didn?t
Bend Bulletin
via The New York Times Thanks to data gathered by the Curiosity rover on Mars, scientists have concluded that Mars was indeed once habitable by humans — but the period when conditions were perfect was counted in hundreds to thousands of years.

Space.com
How SpaceX's Historic Rocket Re-Flight Boosts Elon Musk's Mars Plan
Space.com
The first stage of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket comes back to Earth for a landing on March 30, 2017 during the launch of the SES-10 communications satellite. The booster now has flown, and landed, twice; it also launched SpaceX's Dragon cargo capsule in ...

Forbes
Upgrading Your Armor In 'Zelda: Breath Of The Wild' Can Be Incredibly Tedious
Forbes
Now that I have ventured even further into the end game in Zelda: Breath of the Wild, it's apparent that upgrading your armor can be very tedious. Again, I will do my best to avoid any big spoilers to the story and the like but bear in mind that this ...

Adweek
Oculus VR Co-Founder Palmer Luckey's Last Day at Facebook Is Today
Adweek
Palmer will be dearly missed. Palmer's legacy extends far beyond Oculus. His inventive spirit helped kick-start the modern VR revolution and helped build an industry. We're thankful for everything he did for Oculus and VR, and we wish him all the best.

Wccftech
DDR5 RAM Aims to Deliver Twice the Bandwidth and Density Over DDR4 – Design Standards Moving Forward to ...
Wccftech
With DDR4 RAM modules already become a mainstream product for different form of consumers, work is being carried out to release the next-generation of memory modules that will take advantage of the DDR5 standard (also known as Double Data Rate).

Gizmodo
Watch This Industrious Badger Bury an Entire Cow by Itself
Gizmodo
Camera traps set up in Utah's Great Basin Desert have captured unprecedented behavior showing a badger burying an entire cow by itself. Incredibly, the buried carcass was able to sustain the badger for months. Advertisement. To protect its food from ...

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