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We’ve just figured out how Earth’s force-field works – SlashGear

International Business Times UK We’ve just figured out how Earth’s force-field works SlashGear A planet-scale force field sounds like the stuff of science fiction, but scientists using NASA probes have discovered that Earth is in fact protected by just such a phenomenon, with a vast and naturally-occurring twin torus of radiation keeping speedy electrons … Earth has its own Star-Trek-like invisible shield EarthSky NASA’s Van Allen Probes spot an impenetrable barrier in space Nanowerk Star Trek-like invisible shield found thousands of miles above Earth EurekAlert (press release) all 20 news articles »

NASA’s Van Allen Probes spot an impenetrable barrier in space – Nanowerk

Nanowerk NASA’s Van Allen Probes spot an impenetrable barrier in space Nanowerk (Nanowerk News) Two donuts of seething radiation that surround Earth, called the Van Allen radiation belts, have been found to contain a nearly impenetrable barrier that prevents the fastest, most energetic electrons from reaching Earth. The Van Allen belts … and more »

First Ever 3-D Printed ‘Tool’ Fabricated in Space – Discovery News

Discovery News First Ever 3-D Printed ‘Tool’ Fabricated in Space Discovery News Could this signal the start of a revolution in 3-D printed products and transform how we manufacture stuff in a microgravity environment? Possibly.

EU May Ask Google to Extend ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Beyond Europe – eWeek

New York Times EU May Ask Google to Extend ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Beyond Europe eWeek Google may be asked to apply the privacy obligation to its main Google.com site. European Union privacy regulators may ask Google to extend users’ “right to be forgotten” to its Websites outside the EU as well.

Twitter Wants To Spy On Your Mobile Apps – Fast Company

Fast Company Twitter Wants To Spy On Your Mobile Apps Fast Company Twitter claims to be making yet another change to give users better content recommendations—and give itself more information to sell ads. Recently, it started showing users tweets they might enjoy from accounts they do not follow.

Mission Accomplished: 3D Printing in Space – h+ Magazine

NBCNews.com Mission Accomplished: 3D Printing in Space h+ Magazine The International Space Station’s 3-D printer has manufactured the first 3-D printed object in space, paving the way to future long-term space expeditions. butchfirstprint3_0. “This first print is the initial step toward providing an on-demand machine shop …

Lenovo Breaks MacBooks To Shove YOGA 3 Pro Sales – Frontline Desk

Frontline Desk Lenovo Breaks MacBooks To Shove YOGA 3 Pro Sales Frontline Desk To make clear that the Lenovo YOGA 3 Pro does, in reality, twists all the way rearwards, Lenovo has taken to the shopping center to drop a few tomfooleries on innocent customers. Working with the UCB Comedy team or Above Average, Michael Kayne, … Lenovo snaps MacBooks to push YOGA 3 Pro SlashGear Lenovo Yoga 3 Bends, Messes With People In New Viral Advertisement Techaeris Lenovo Pranks Mall Shoppers for Yoga 3 Ad CIO Today PC Magazine  - The Utah People’s Post all 34 news articles »

The ABCs of bees – Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa Citizen The ABCs of bees Ottawa Citizen There has been a lot of buzzing about bees in the last while. Seems everyone has an opinion about the potential banning of a certain classification of pesticides called “neonics” which, arguably, may be responsible for the drastic reduction in bee populations ..

Amazon Drops Fire Unlocked Smartphone Price to $199 – eWeek

Mashable Amazon Drops Fire Unlocked Smartphone Price to $199 eWeek The unlocked Fire phone, which gets a $250 price cut through Dec. 1, can be used on any GSM network, including AT&T and T-Mobile. Other Black Friday deals on Amazon devices were also unveiled

NASA ‘nauts have a go on Star Trek replicator IN SPAAAACE (sort of) – Register

Register NASA ‘nauts have a go on Star Trek replicator IN SPAAAACE (sort of) Register Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have successfully tested their new 3D printer – proving the team can manufacture small parts while in orbit, somewhat. “This first print is the initial step toward providing an on-demand machine shop capability … ISS astronauts enjoy microgravity Thanksgiving feast Beta Wired NASA has successfully created the first 3D printed object in space ExtremeTech Thanksgiving in zero-g: Space station astronauts enjoy ‘traditional’ dishes Fox News CBC.ca  - artnet News  - Military Embedded Systems all 325 news articles »

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