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It Looks Like You'll Be Able To Buy Samsung's Strange, Curvy New Galaxy Phone Soon

Judging by the FCC-approved document, it seems like AT&T and T-Mobile will be the first to get the phone. The bands and frequency listed in the document line up with those used by those two carriers, as blogs GForGames and PhoneArena point out.<p>Samsung has been showcasing its flexible, curved …

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The Sun Looks Uncannily Like A Jack-O-Lantern, Just In Time For Halloween

Halloween is on its way, and everyone’s starting to get into the festive spirit. Even the sun, it seems, wants to get in on the fun.<p>On Wednesday, the same day that skywatchers were treated to a full "blood moon," NASA captured a spooky image of the sun looking uncannily like a glowing …

APOD: Aurora and Milky Way in a Little Sky (2014 Oct 03) Image Credit & Copyright: Göran Strand http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap141003.html Explanation: Stepping stones seem to lead to the Milky Way as it stretches across this little sky. Of course, the scene is really the northern hemisphere's autumnal equinox night. Water and sky are inverted by a top to bottom, around the horizon stereographic projection centered on the zenith above Lake Storsjön in Jämtland, Sweden. In the north the Milky Way arcs from east to west overhead as fall begins, but the season is also a good time for viewing aurora. Geomagnetic storms increase in frequency near the equinox and produce remarkable displays of northern lights at high latitudes, like the eerie greenish glow reflected in this watery cosmos. http://www.astrofotografen.se/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=141003 #APOD

Oldest American celebrates 115th birthday

<b>The oldest living American, one of the few living people born in the 19th Century, has marked her 115th birthday.</b><p>Jeralean Talley was born on 23 May 1899 and is the world's second-oldest person, according to a list maintained by the Gerontology Research Group.<p>The oldest is Misao Okawa in Japan, who …

19th Century

Scientists amazed by accidental Gulf catch of second-ever goblin shark

Shrimpers fishing in the Gulf of Mexico have pulled up an incredibly rare, almost prehistoric looking goblin shark. It's only the second sighting of such a beast in the Gulf.<p>The freakish shark is one of the least-known of the shark family, usually living in deep waters off the coast of Japan. The …

Creationists’ Neil deGrasse Tyson hysteria reaches fever pitch

Ken Ham’s Answers in Genesis website responds to the newest episode of “Cosmos” with a scathing “rebuttal”<p>Creationists find evolution so offensive that this week they attacked Neil deGrasse Tyson and his show <i>Cosmos</i> over the claim that stars evolved and created life as we know it. In episode 8 …

50 Websites to Waste Your Time On

Bored with your usual digital stomping grounds?<p>Don't fret! There are plenty of sites other than Facebook or Tumblr for you to waste countless hours. …

Trading Places: United States As The New China?

We’re all familiar with the reasons why the U.S. outsources large parts of its manufacturing resources overseas. But the surprising results from two recent reports suggest the global supply chain game is about to get turned upside down. Will businesses be ready?<p>On April 25th the Boston Consulting …

10 things we didn't know last week

<b>1. There can be</b> up to 30 security features on a single bank note.<p>Find out more (Financial Times)<p><b>2. The code A113</b> is implanted in every Pixar movie.<p>Find out more (Huffington Post)<p><b>3. Pennsylvania is the</b> most linguistically rich US state - it has five dialects, compared with the typical two or …

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Vanhawks Valour Connected Bike

As increasingly more people give up their cars in favor of biking to work, it only makes sense that necessity would drive our bikes to get smarter — …