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Swanson said because of earth's makeup the debris is most likely to hit water . One woman, Lottie Williams , was hit harmlessly by a small piece of space junk as she was walking through a park in Tulsa, Okla., in 1997 . "According to the deputy director of the Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research, Dr. Elias Aboutanios, the station's rate of descent will continually get faster as the atmosphere that the station is ploughing through gets thicker".
  • Trump's New Tariff on China Sparks Fears of a Trade War

    Trump's New Tariff on China Sparks Fears of a Trade War

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    Chinese operations of foreign companies generate about 60% of China's trade surplus, according to the Commerce Ministry. The administration is eager to use the coming penalties to try to force Chinese officials to cease alleged actions including acquiring all or shares of US firms to obtain data about American technologies they then hand to Chinese firms that dominate the markets there that depend on those stolen technologies.
  • Trump attacks Amazon over damage to retailers

    Trump attacks Amazon over damage to retailers

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    Axios , citing five unnamed sources, on Thursday reported that the president is "obsessed" with Amazon . However, in an interview to Bloomberg , the co-founder of Loup Ventures Gene Munster said the chances of the Trump administration causing any lasting damage to Amazon were very slim since the company has not been directly involved in any scandal or controversy .
  • Government says no to Google's Street View in India

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    While being immensely used in Northern America and Europe, Google has only been allowed to test its Street View capabilities on a limited basis in India, unlike its neighbouring countries of Bangladesh and Sri Lana where the service has been set up for quite some time now.
  • Ball-tampering scandal: Australian players want 'outrageous Warner out of hotel'

    Ball-tampering scandal: Australian players want 'outrageous Warner out of hotel'

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    Aside from the bans , Smith and Bancroft have been barred from captaining Australia for a period of two years, while Warner won't be considered ever again. "I share the disappointment of the fans". "Through this whole experience and whirlwind few days it's been obvious to see how much the game means to Australia and the public, and we are representations of that".
  • Bumble sues Tinder's owner Match for $400m over trade secrets, 'false statements'

    Bumble sues Tinder's owner Match for $400m over trade secrets, 'false statements'

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    Bumble's complaint calls Match's patent lawsuit "frivolous", arguing that the patent has an extremely narrow definition, one that is not relevant to Bumble's implementation of the swipe-right, swipe-left function. Tinder's chief executive Mandy Ginsberg confirmed it planned to change its current messaging strategy to having women choose to receive messages only from men they've said yes to - a similar move to Bumble's signature feature in which only women can instigate conversation - in an ...
  • Wear OS gets Android P Developer Preview Update

    Wear OS gets Android P Developer Preview Update

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    For instance, background activity for apps is being limited nearly entirely. Android Wear 2.0 switched to the dark side in some respects, but Wear OS finally adopts it entirely. With this update, the watch will get disconnected from a network as soon as the user removes the watch from his wrist. "To improve power, the device will no longer automatically connect to Wi-Fi when disconnected from Bluetooth".
  • Ancient footprints found on Calvert Island confirmed as oldest on North America

    Ancient footprints found on Calvert Island confirmed as oldest on North America

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    Humans are believed to have moved into the Americas from Asia across what was then a land bridge to North America. "Most of the footprints face inland. "It's not only the footprints themselves that are spectacular and so rare in archeological context, but also the age of the site", said Michael Petraglia, an archeologist from the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Germany who edited the paper for PLOS One but was not involved in the work.
  • GoPro releases $199 entry-level camera with touchscreen

    GoPro releases $199 entry-level camera with touchscreen

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    The HERO camera supports HD recording at 60fps with a resolution of 1440p. But what's the main difference between this new camera and the others? The HERO has a 2-inch touch display that helps you capture and review 10-megapixel photos and 1080p60 videos.
  • Facebook announces new steps to protect users' privacy

    Facebook announces new steps to protect users' privacy

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    Like, people will go to dating sites and use Facebook to log in because it's easier. Close to $80bn (£56bn) has been wiped off Facebook's market value since 16 March , when it revealed it had received reports that Cambridge Analytica had not destroyed data about millions of its USA members, as demanded several years previously.
  • Xiaomi aims for the gaming market with their Mi Gaming Laptop

    Xiaomi aims for the gaming market with their Mi Gaming Laptop

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    The panel features direct backlighting, 60Hz refresh rate, and 8ms response time. The Mi TV 4S offers Xiaomi's custom UI PatchWall UI that the it recently introduced with the televisions it launched in India. Connectivity options in the new TV include Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2 + LE, USB port , HDMI port , AV port , analogue signal DTMB, and Ethernet.
  • Ads take hit as Facebook cuts off data brokers

    Ads take hit as Facebook cuts off data brokers

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    If you've ever got the feeling that Facebook advertisers knew what you bought at the shops there's a good chance it does thanks to the Partner Categories . He suggested that regulation could reign in the type of information that social media platforms can gather and share with third parties. Privacy Commissioner John Edwards said on Wednesday that the social media giant had refused to cooperate with an investigation from his office.
  • Who sees housing ads on Facebook? Women and vets excluded, suit claims

    Who sees housing ads on Facebook? Women and vets excluded, suit claims

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    Facebook is now facing allegations that British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica improperly used the details of tens of millions of Facebook users to help Donald Trump win the 2016 presidential election. The Fair Housing Act prohibits home rental and sale advertisements from discriminating "based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin".
  • Microsoft's Meltdown patches introduced a whole new vulnerability

    Microsoft's Meltdown patches introduced a whole new vulnerability

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    The patches have given normal programs access to full read and write operations in the system memory. In the words of Frisk; "No fancy exploits were needed". The PML4 is the base of the 4-level in-memory page table hierarchy that the CPU Memory Management Unit (MMU) uses to translate the virtual addresses of a process into physical memory addresses in RAM.
  • Maserati Levante Trofeo debuts at 2018 New York International Auto Show

    Maserati Levante Trofeo debuts at 2018 New York International Auto Show

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    Both of those assumptions are absolutely correct, especially the engine, as the Levante Trofeo has borrowed a 3.8-liter twin-turbo from Ferrari that in this application develops 590 horsepower and 538 lb. Side air intakes have been re-sculpted for a more "aggressive" look, while more carbon for side bezel blades and quad exhaust completes the look. The Corsa mode improves engine response, opens the exhaust valves on acceleration, quickens shifts from the 8-speed automatic, lowers the ride ...
  • Google Testing 'More Results' Button On Mobile Search

    Google Testing 'More Results' Button On Mobile Search

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    Google has added other content to its results pages as well, such as a Google Image results widget, and other widgets that aren't always relevant. After carrying out tests and experiments over the past year and half, Google has begun migrating websites that follow best practices towards mobile-first indexing.