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Review: Microsoft Xbox One

Author: Chris Kohler. Chris Kohler Gear<p>Date of Publication: 11.20.13.<p>Time of Publication: 12:01 am. 12:01 am<p>Sub Title: One Up<p>Xbox One lets you watch …

The Mystery of the Missing Money

The Federal Reserve tells us that more than $1.4 trillion worth of U.S. currency is in circulation. But we only know where roughly 15 percent of that …

Jobs at the University of Derby

People can achieve great things at the University of Derby<p><b>Be part of our passion for learning</b><p>Choose a career at the University of Derby and you'll be …


Messi wins record third Golden Shoe

Zlatko Dalic’s Saudi Arabian coaching stint serving Croatia well in Russia<p>Croatian coach has impressed with his man-management at this year's World …

Hands-on with Firefox's revamped 'Australis' interface

We got our first peek at Australis, Mozilla’s upcoming interface overhaul, in April 2012. Since then, pieces of Australis pieces have slowly worked their way into the latest versions of Firefox, like the new-look downloads arrow. Earlier this week, however, Mozilla finally brought the bulk of the …


Leap Motion releases Free Form, an app that lets human hands sculpt digital clay (video)

When we reviewed the Leap Motion controller earlier this year, we found the application selection to be a bit lacking. Since then, the number of apps has doubled from 75 to around 150, and the Airspace store's newest edition is the coolest Leap app we've yet seen. It's called Free Form, and it's a …

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Nokia on Twitter: "Don't wanna brag but the #Lumia1520 has the best display we've ever made! http://t.co/OLatbsmIgx http://t.co/GKX0Z33tXl"

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Endangered Languages

Language endangerment is a serious concern to which linguists and language planners have turned their attention in the last several decades. For a …


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Celebrating 15 Years (#ISS15) Since the Sunrise: Two weeks after the Zarya was launched into orbit on Nov. 20, 1998, Endeavour launched Unity, the first U.S. piece of the complex, during the STS-88 mission. In this image, blanketing clouds form the backdrop for this 70mm scene of the connected Zarya and Unity modules after having been released from NASA’s space shuttle Endeavour's cargo bay a bit earlier. The two space modules built on opposite sides of the planet were joined together in space, making the space station truly international. The Russian Space Agency, now known as Roscosmos, launched a Proton rocket that lifted the pressurized module called Zarya, or “sunrise,” into orbit. This launch would truly be the dawn of the largest international cooperation effort in space to ever come to light. Zarya was the first piece of the International Space Station. Also known as the Functional Cargo Block (FGB), it would provide a nucleus of orientation control, communications and electrical power while the station waited for its other elements, including the Zvezda service module and Unity. CREDIT

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