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Indian Government Wants Apple, But Not All Officials Are Biting - Voice of America;

Indian Government Wants Apple, But Not All Officials Are Biting - Voice of America

Voice of AmericaIndian Government Wants Apple, But Not All Officials Are BitingVoice of AmericaIndian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, right, meets Apple CEO Tim Cook, in New Delhi, India, May 21, 2016. Cook laid out his company's plans for the vast Indian market during a meeting with Modi. Share. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share on ...Govt wants India to be manufacturing hub for electronics: Ravi Shankar PrasadDaily News & AnalysisIndia to Consider Apple's Request for Incentives With “Open Mind”FortuneIndia considers giving Apple a 15-year exemption on customs duty to make iPhones thereCNBCDaily Mail -ETtech.com -Yahoo News -AppleInsider (press release) (blog)all 46 news articles »

Nintendo says to launch Super Mario Run Android version in March - Daily Mail;

Nintendo says to launch Super Mario Run Android version in March - Daily Mail

CNETNintendo says to launch Super Mario Run Android version in MarchDaily MailTOKYO, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Japan's Nintendo said it will release an Android version of its Super Mario mobile game in March following the launch of Super Mario Run for Apple Inc's iPhone in December. The Japanese company announced the planned launch ...Watch A Hilarious Mash-Up Of "Super Mario Odyssey" And "Grand Theft Auto"HotNewHipHopSuper Mario Run jumps to Android in MarchCNETSuper Mario Run will be available on Android in MarchThe VergeTechCrunch -MarketWatch -Geek -TechRadarall 81 news articles »

Teacher returns from journey to Antarctica - Littleton Independent;

Teacher returns from journey to Antarctica - Littleton Independent

Littleton IndependentTeacher returns from journey to AntarcticaLittleton IndependentEnglewood resident Maggie Kane piled up frequent flier miles late last year as she traveled from Colorado to southern Chile to take part in Operation Icebridge, where she served as a member of the crew flying over Antarctica as part of the NASA mission ...Huge ice crack in Antarctica forces British scientists to flee research stationCBS NewsAntarctic ice floe crack forces UK scientists to leaveThe Standard (press release)Cracks in ice force UK Antarctic station to moveDeutsche WelleYubaNet -Christian Science Monitor -Daily Mail -The Weather Networkall 102 news articles »

hottest year on record: Australia needs to get heat smart - ABC Online;

hottest year on record: Australia needs to get heat smart - ABC Online

ABC Onlinehottest year on record: Australia needs to get heat smartABC OnlineIt's official: 2016 set another record for being the world's hottest. Three international agencies have confirmed today that last year was the hottest on record. NASA reported that 2016 was 0.99 degrees Celsius hotter than the 20th-century average ...2016 was the hottest year on record -- againCNNClimate change: Data shows 2016 likely to be warmest year yetBBC News2016 is the new hottest year on record – how NASA takes the planet's temperatureTechCrunchThe Guardian -Tribune-Review -The Independent -Los Angeles Timesall 218 news articles »

Most Primate Species Threatened With Extinction, Scientists Find - New York Times;

Most Primate Species Threatened With Extinction, Scientists Find - New York Times

New York TimesMost Primate Species Threatened With Extinction, Scientists FindNew York TimesClockwise from top left: a juvenile gorilla, Hainan gibbon; golden lion tamarin; Yunnan snub-nosed monkey, gorilla and 4-month old baby and adult gorilla. Center left, a black-and-white ruffed lemur; center right, a crested black macaque ape. Credit ...World's primates facing danger of becoming extinct, says new reportFirstpostOver half of world's wild primate species face extinction, report revealsThe GuardianMore than half of all apes, monkeys and other primates at risk of extinctionCNBCHuffington Post -The Independent -BBC News -Daily Mailall 39 news articles »

Samsung Galaxy S8: everything we think we know - The Sydney Morning Herald;

Samsung Galaxy S8: everything we think we know - The Sydney Morning Herald

The HinduSamsung Galaxy S8: everything we think we knowThe Sydney Morning HeraldSamsung has a lot to make up for after the the debacle that was the Galaxy Note7. In the next month or so, it'll have the perfect chance to do so with the launch of its next flagship phone. Here's everything we've gleaned in the last 11 months of ...Samsung Galaxy S8 could be one of Samsung's BIGGEST successes yet, and this is whyExpress.co.ukSamsung Galaxy S8 vs LG G6: What's the rumoured difference?Pocket-lint.comGalaxy Note 7 recall refuseniks face new actionBBC NewsCBC.ca -CNET -Computerworld -Yahoo Newsall 220 news articles »

New moth named in honor of Donald Trump - CNN;

New moth named in honor of Donald Trump - CNN

CNNNew moth named in honor of Donald TrumpCNN(CNN) No doubt Donald Trump will be showered with honors at his inauguration, but none will be quite as unique as this little moth. A biologist has named a newly discovered species of moth after our next president. The Neopalpa donaldtrumpi is a wee ...Tiny Moth With Distinctive 'Hairdo' Named After Donald TrumpNDTVScientists Just Named a Tiny Moth After Donald TrumpTIMENew Species of Moth Found in Parts of Southern California and Mexico Named After Donald TrumpKTLASacramento Bee -New York Post -Cosmopolitan.com -Mashableall 89 news articles »

How to switch from iPhone to Android - New Atlas;

How to switch from iPhone to Android - New Atlas

New AtlasHow to switch from iPhone to AndroidNew AtlasSo you've decided to abandon the iPhone in favor of an Android. What should you expect? How do you migrate your accounts and content from the iOS ivory tower? The quickest way is through the cloud, and New Atlas is here to help. Google Contacts.Prank crashes iPhones with rainbow emoji messagesThe GuardianWatch Out For This iPhone-Crashing Text MessageTIMEWant to Brick an iPhone? Send Some EmojisPC MagazineiDrop News -Yahoo News -Mashable -BleepingComputerall 103 news articles »

Qualcomm sued by US regulators for anti-competitive practices - The Verge;

Qualcomm sued by US regulators for anti-competitive practices - The Verge

ZDNetQualcomm sued by US regulators for anti-competitive practicesThe VergeQualcomm is being sued by the United States Federal Trade Commission for anti-competitive practices relating to the way it sells modems for devices like smartphones. According to the FTC, Qualcomm used its dominant position as a modem supplier to ...Feds sue Qualcomm for anti-competitive patent licensingArs TechnicaUS watchdog sues Qualcomm for 'bribing' Apple to swallow chipsThe RegisterQualcomm allegedly paid Apple billions of dollars in rebates to use its chipsBusiness InsiderFinancial Times -New York Times -WHIO -TechCrunchall 68 news articles »

Mark Zuckerberg dismisses VR allegations - BBC News;

Mark Zuckerberg dismisses VR allegations - BBC News

BBC NewsMark Zuckerberg dismisses VR allegationsBBC NewsFacebook founder Mark Zuckerberg appeared in court on Tuesday - suited, booted and apparently unfazed by accusations his company stole innovative virtual reality technology. A day's worth of questioning in the Dallas courtroom yielded few surprises, ...Zuckerberg takes the stand to defend OculusCNETOculus cost $3B not $2B, Zuckerberg says in trialUSA TODAYMark Zuckerberg, in Suit, Testifies in Oculus Intellectual Property TrialNew York TimesArs Technica -TechRadar -mySanAntonio.com -NBCNews.comall 108 news articles »

Innovation is the answer not steep data floor prices - The Herald;

Innovation is the answer not steep data floor prices - The Herald

The HeraldInnovation is the answer not steep data floor pricesThe Herald“We did nothing wrong, but somehow we lost,” Nokia chief executive Stephen Elop said, in his last speech before the company's smartphone business division was acquired by Microsoft. Mr Elop was referring to the company's mistake of being too risk ...Econet, ICT minister trade insults over data tariffsTelecompaper (subscription)Potraz fumes over 'double faced' mobile network providersChronicleMP tells Econet to matureBulawayo24 News (press release) (blog)all 8 news articles »

This is how much we spent on apps last year - USA TODAY;

This is how much we spent on apps last year - USA TODAY

Financial ExpressThis is how much we spent on apps last yearUSA TODAYLOS ANGELES — We spent a while lot of time — and money — using apps in 2016. The market research company App Annie just surveyed the app landscape, and says we spent 900 billion hours using apps. That's 150 billion more than the prior year, and ...App downloads up 15 percent in 2016, revenue up 40 percent thanks to ChinaTechCrunchApple increases UK app store prices in 'Brexit' aftermathThe HillCurrency Woes Force Apple, Inc. to Increase UK App Store PricesMotley FoolQuartz -9 to 5 Mac -Pulse Headlines -ADT Magazineall 259 news articles »

Facebook's crackdown on fake news spreads to Germany - CBC.ca;

Facebook's crackdown on fake news spreads to Germany - CBC.ca

CBC.caFacebook's crackdown on fake news spreads to GermanyCBC.caSo-called "fake news" played a major role in the U.S. election. Now, with the German federal election looming, Facebook has announced new tools in that country to help curb the spread of misinformation. But questions remain about just how effective ...Facebook Moves to Head Off Tougher Regulation in GermanyFortuneWar against fake newsThe HinduNews Bulletin: Facebook tackles fake news in GermanyAdNewsSputnik International -Deutsche Welle -myCentralOregon.com -Zegabiall 16 news articles »

Africa's Internet address depletion sets firms for higher IT budgets - Business Daily (press release) (blog)

Africa's Internet address depletion sets firms for higher IT budgetsBusiness Daily (press release) (blog)The regional body responsible for the distribution and management of Internet addresses on the continent has announced that it has inched closer to depleting the current pool of internet addresses in Africa. SHARE THIS STORY ...and more »

NASA officials mourn loss of Gene Cernan, last man to walk on the moon - fox6now.com;

NASA officials mourn loss of Gene Cernan, last man to walk on the moon - fox6now.com

fox6now.comNASA officials mourn loss of Gene Cernan, last man to walk on the moonfox6now.comGene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon has passed away, NASA officials announced Monday, January 16th. We are saddened by the loss of retired NASA astronaut Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon. https://t.co/Q9OSdRewI5 ...Last man to stand on the moon Eugene Cernan dies aged 82Mirror.co.ukEugene Cernan, last man to walk on the moon, dead at 82Fox NewsGene Cernan, the last man who walked on moon, passes awayRTKATC Lafayette News -Engadget -Irish Independent -Daily Mailall 26 news articles »

Facebook moves to head off tougher regulation in Germany - Daily Mail;

Facebook moves to head off tougher regulation in Germany - Daily Mail

News18Facebook moves to head off tougher regulation in GermanyDaily MailBERLIN/MUNICH, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Facebook is stepping up efforts to head off tougher regulation by Germany, a fierce critic of the social media network operator, saying on Monday it would do more to combat fake news as its chief operating officer met ...Facebook's Fake News Solution Has Three Big ProblemsForbesFacebook launches fake news reporting tool in GermanyPCWorldFacebook to roll out fake news tools in GermanyBBC NewsTechCrunch -Telegraph.co.uk -wtkr.com -Breitbart Newsall 93 news articles »

Tiny Japanese rocket fails to make it to orbit after communications issue during flight - The Verge;

Tiny Japanese rocket fails to make it to orbit after communications issue during flight - The Verge

NDTVTiny Japanese rocket fails to make it to orbit after communications issue during flightThe VergeAfter the fanfare of SpaceX's return to flight, Japan attempted to launch a rocket of its own on Saturday — but the vehicle failed to achieve orbit. It was the launch of a tiny, experimental rocket called the SS-520-4, which was carrying a lone 6.6 ...Japan fails to launch mini-rocket due to communication failureThe Standard (press release)Japan Tries (and Fails) to Launch Tiny RocketSmithsonianJapan's mini-rocket crashes, but may hold hints of the futureChristian Science MonitorTech Times -Space.com -Science Magazine -Ars Technicaall 47 news articles »

China develops world's brightest EUV free electron laser - The Standard (press release)

China develops world's brightest EUV free electron laserThe Standard (press release)BEIJING: Chinese scientists announced they have built a facility that can generate the world's brightest extreme ultraviolet (EUV) free electron laser. The facility in Dalian, a coastal city in northeast China's Liaoning Province, can generate 140 ...and more »