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SpaceX To Make History By Launching First 'Used' Rocket Into Space

SpaceX hopes to make history today by launching the first ‘used’ rocket back into space. The recycled Falcon 9 rocket was originally used last year and then safely brought back to Earth. Orlando Sentinel via Getty Images Today though it will hopefully be re-used, affirming SpaceX’s vision to create a rocket that can be launched into space, land itself and ...

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You Can Now Get Your Domino's Delivered By A Robot

Following in the tracks of Just Eat, the US pizza giant has signed a partnership with Starship Technologies, developers of an autonomous delivery robot. Starship claims that its robots can make deliveries within 1 mile of restaurants within 15-30 minutes of an order being placed, travelling at up to 6 kph. Each robot boasts both 3G and GPS built-in and ...

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Tyrannosaurs Had A 'Sixth Sense' That Ensured They Were Always A Step Ahead Of Their Prey

We’ve known for some time that tyrannosaurs boasted an arsenal of evolutionary quirks that made them fearsome predators. And now scientists have identified a so-called “sixth sense” that would have ensured the gigantic carnivores were always a step ahead of their prey. Dino Pulera New research published in Scientific Reports describes how scales on the dinosaurs’ faces helped them detect slight ...

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Scientists Discover The First Ever Backwards Asteroid That Shares An Orbit With A Planet

Scientists have discovered an asteroid that flies around the sun in the same orbit as a planet, but in the opposite direction. Asteroid 2015 BZ509 mirrors Jupiter’s orbit and is the first asteroid in the solar system known to follow a so-called “retrograde” path. But despite it’s seemingly perilous loop, the giant ball of rock has so far managed to ...

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NASA Just Launched A Search Engine For The World's Best Space Photography

The treasure troves includes 140,000 images, videos and audio files, which were drawn from more than 60 different collections. Users need only search for a single word to surface all of NASA’s media files linked to that term. “The library is not comprehensive, but rather provides the best of what NASA makes publicly available from a single point of presence ...

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Can Digital Doctors Improve Company Productivity?

“Whilst we are increasingly living in an “on-demand” society (TV, takeaways, taxis….) doctors-on- demand is still not nation’s best medicine. In fact, the way in which we receive healthcare has not changed significantly in over 100 years and is certainly not something that will change overnight. But with the average waiting time for a patient to see a GP in ...

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Architects Designed A Skyscraper That Hangs From An Orbiting Asteroid

Why build skyscrapers from the ground up when you can hang them off asteroids and fly them around the Earth? That’s the logic behind a bonkers new concept for a floating building suspended from vast rocks within our orbit. Clouds Architecture Office Sadly, the design has a few shortcomings. Firstly, people who want to leave the building would have to ...

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Running Out Of iPhone Storage? The New Version Of iOS Will Give You More

If you’re constantly nudging the limit of your iPhone’s memory, try downloading iOS 10.3, the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system. A number of Apple customers have reportedly seen their free storage space grow after updating their iPhone’s software.  On iOS 10.2 I had 215GB and now on iOS 10.3 with APFS I have 220GB of free storage! That’s ...

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Ikea Just Unveiled Its Plan To Make The Smart Home Dream Affordable For Everyone

For years, smart homes have been the preserve of the rich. But now Ikea is seeking to make the smart home dream affordable for everyone with the launch of a new line of smart lighting. Starting from £15, the range includes LED bulbs, lighting panels and doors, all of which can be managed via a remote control or smartphone app. ...

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The Samsung Galaxy S8 Is Officially Here And It Looks Stunning

Samsung has officially unveiled its next flagship smartphone the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Both phones will be available to pre-order now and will be available to buy from 28th April with a price of £689 for the S8 and £779 for the S8+. The Huffington Post UK Boasting a stunning design that evolves from the Galaxy S7 Edge, the ...

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