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QEPD Internet Explorer: Microsoft sustituye su navegador

<b>QEPD Internet Explorer.</b><p>O, si no, feliz jubilación.<p>Microsoft está descontinuando su navegador, o al menos su nombre, aparentemente para poner fin a las connotaciones negativas, principalmente vinculadas a su seguridad.<p>La empresa quiere empezar desde cero con un nuevo navegador que sea compatible con …

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¿Qué hace a Noruega el país más democrático del mundo?

<b>Vikingos, petróleo y fiordos. ¿Qué país se le viene a la mente? Probablemente, Noruega.</b><p>Pero al listado de conceptos típicos asociados al país nórdico habrá que sumar ahora uno nuevo: democracia.<p>Por quinto año consecutivo, Noruega logró posicionarse como el país más democrático del mundo según el …

How viable is nuclear fusion as an energy source? - podcast

At Iter in the south of France, seven international partners have pooled their financial and scientific resources to build the biggest fusion reactor in history. Their aim is to resolve critical scientific and technical issues, and take fusion to the point where industrial applications can be …

Ten tips for taking great iPhone photos

Here are ten great tips for making the most of your iPhone photography.The iPhone is a fantastic device for snapping pictures: It has excellent …

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A Gorgeous iPad Air Clone Is Dirt Cheap And Can Run Android Or Windows

The Onda V919 3G Air looks exactly like the iPad Air, but it doesn't run iOS like Apple's current tablets and iPhones. Rather, users can switch between Android and Windows 8.1, Chinese tech blog PC Pop reports (via Phone Arena).<p>There's also another significant difference between the Onda V919 3G …

Here’s a chart to decide whether to build a native or web mobile app

Native apps versus mobile web — it’s still a hot debate, regardless of the fact that it’s been going on for a good couple of years at this point.<p>How can you scrape off the layers of hype and FUD to find what’s really best for your startup, your budget, and your team’s skill set?<p>With a chart! …

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APOD: The Eskimo Nebula from Hubble and Chandra (2013 Jul 30) Image Credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/IAA-CSIC/N. Ruiz et al.; Optical: NASA/STScI http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130730.html Explanation: In 1787, astronomer William Herschel discovered the Eskimo Nebula. From the ground, NGC 2392 resembles a person's head surrounded by a parka hood. In 2000, the Hubble Space Telescope imaged the Eskimo Nebula in visible light, while the nebula was imaged in X-rays by the Chandra X-ray Observatory in 2007. The above combined visible-X ray image, with X-rays emitted by central hot gas and shown in pink, was released last week. From space, the nebula displays gas clouds so complex they are not fully understood. The Eskimo Nebula is clearly a planetary nebula, and the gas seen above composed the outer layers of a Sun-like star only 10,000 years ago. The inner filaments visible above are being ejected by strong wind of particles from the central star. The outer disk contains unusual light-year long orange filaments. The Eskimo Nebula spans about 1/3 of a light year and lies in our Milky Way Galaxy, about 3,000 light years distant, toward the constellation of the Twins (Gemini). http://chandra.harvard.edu/photo/2013/ngc2392/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130730 #APOD

New Theory: The Universe Isn't Expanding, It's Just Gaining Mass

But you'd never know, because everyone is getting more massive at the same time.<p>Whoa. One cosmologist is proposing that the universe isn't actually expanding, as the standard theory goes. Instead, the redshift effects astronomers see could mean that everything is just gaining more mass, while …