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  • Apple's Health Records feature rolls out to public

    Apple's Health Records feature rolls out to public

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    The iOS 11 .3 update is available on all eligible devices over-the-air in the Settings app. Apparently, iOS 11 .3 Jailbreak is not yet announced and there is no any special way to Jailbreak your iOS 11 .3 device and for that reason, you should not directly jump into the Jailbreaking way for your iOS 11 .3 updated device.
  • Apple Music Updates App to Spotlight Popular, Curated Videos

    Apple Music Updates App to Spotlight Popular, Curated Videos

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    If so, you'll see an option to turn it off. Keep in mind that this feature would only kick in if your device unexpectedly crashed on a handset with a weakened battery . One oddity discovered upon the iPhone X's launch is that you couldn't use Face ID to authenticate for approval of Family Sharing purchases, which Touch ID has always allowed.
  • See China's Falling Space Station in These Radar Images

    See China's Falling Space Station in These Radar Images

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    The European Space Agency is providing re-entry updates every day or two on its blog, including on the lab's potential landing zone, its altitude changes, and the re-entry window, which the agency now puts between March 30 and April 2. China admitted past year it no longer had control of the space station -- and now it's getting close to plummeting back to Earth. Not to worry about impact, though; the chance of a person actually being hit by a piece of such a satellite are calculated at ...
  • First interstellar visitor likely came from binary star system

    First interstellar visitor likely came from binary star system

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    This determination was made by looking at how efficiently a two-star system could eject an object like 'Oumuamua, as well as how common such systems are. In December a team of astronomers at the at the Breakthrough Listen Initiative blasted the object with radio waves in search of potential signs of alien life.
  • At least 43 killed in one of the deadliest attacks in Damascus

    At least 43 killed in one of the deadliest attacks in Damascus

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    It is the first such deal involving the evacuation of opposition fighters from eastern Ghouta, which has been under a ferocious government air and ground assault for a month. The Syrian government has decried the silence of the worldwide community on the incessant terrorist attacks against civilian neighborhoods in Damascus, calling on the United Nations to expose the real goals behind the ongoing foreign-sponsored militancy against the Arab country.
  • Mobile Galaxy S8 and S8

    Mobile Galaxy S8 and S8

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    For the uninformed, Project Treble is simple Google's solution to fixing the fact that Android software updates take way too long to reach your mobile devices. Rumors from various outlets hinted a March release date for the Android 8.0 Oreo which seems to be accurate given the recent reports. Here, it is pertinent to mention that Galaxy Note 8 is the latest device in Note series.
  • Facebook has suspended Cambridge Analytica, a Trump-linked data firm

    Facebook has suspended Cambridge Analytica, a Trump-linked data firm

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    The app, created in November 2013, asked users for permission to access their profile information - and also that of their friends'. The more than 50 million profiles represented around a third of active North American Facebook users, and almost a quarter of potential USA voters, at the time , the paper said .
  • Remembering Stephen Hawking and an historic physics conference

    Remembering Stephen Hawking and an historic physics conference

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    Arguably the most famous physicist in the world, Professor Stephen Hawking was an icon of science and an undeniable champion of the pursuit of knowledge. Doctors expected him to live only a few years. The European Space Agency shared a photo of Prof Hawking in 2007 experiencing zero gravity aboard a plane, alongside a caption which said he "showed us there are no limits to achieving our dreams".
  • Astronauts could lose DNA after space travel

    Astronauts could lose DNA after space travel

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    That study focused on how Kelly's genes changed while in space, comparing it to Mark Kelly's gene expression on the ground. One finding - that his gene expression levels changed by 7percent - triggered a media sensation, with headlines about him "losing" part of his DNA.
  • Astronaut's DNA No Longer Matches Identical Twin After Year in Space

    Astronaut's DNA No Longer Matches Identical Twin After Year in Space

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    Scott, who became the first American astronaut to spend a year in space , returned to Earth in March 2016. About 7 percent of Scott's genes may have longer-term changes in expression after spaceflight , in areas such as DNA fix, the immune system, how bones are formed, hypoxia (an oxygen deficiency in the tissues), and hypercapnia (excessive carbon dioxide in the bloodstream).
  • Google Assistant Gets Custom Commands

    Google Assistant Gets Custom Commands

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    As of now, Google Assistant only supports universal commands such as "on, off, dim" among others. Apparently, starting this week, due to a new feature for Action that goes by the name Custom Device Actions, device makers will be able to extend the Assistant and add "native" functionality specific to their devices.
  • Mario just drove his kart right into Google Maps

    Mario just drove his kart right into Google Maps

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    Mario will be available as a simple position marker across Google Maps worldwide for a week. March 10. Mario . Get it? It's a shame you can't choose various characters from the Super Mario Kart game, but this is Mario Day after all - not Toad or Bowser Day.
  • Fortnite Battle Royale Announced for Mobile Devices

    Fortnite Battle Royale Announced for Mobile Devices

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    Fortnite briefly and accidentally proved such cross-console play was possible back in September, and Epic Games later said players "deserve" such features. It will require a bit of a higher-end device, but it will offer the exact same game as on other platforms. In the meantime, we'll have to be content with the current mobile option for Fortnite: Battle Royale .
  • Amazon Wants To Turn Alexa Into A Real-Time Language Translator

    Amazon Wants To Turn Alexa Into A Real-Time Language Translator

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    EST. Amazon said its highly popular US-East region has been dropping packets all morning, US West Coast time, thanks to unidentified connectivity problem with Direct Connect . Amazon is not the only major tech company that seeks to beef up the translation capabilities of its products. The Pixel Buds' real-time translation feature received mixed reviews .
  • All-New 2019 Jaguar I-PACE is Unveiled, Puts Tesla on Notice

    All-New 2019 Jaguar I-PACE is Unveiled, Puts Tesla on Notice

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    And if a 100 kWh DC fast charger is available, the I-Pace can be recharged to 80 percent in just 40 minutes. Combine that with the advanced double wishbone front suspension and Integral Link rear axle with optional air suspension and configurable Adaptive Dynamics, and you get "agile handling and outstanding ride comfort", according to Jaguar.