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  • Apple will kill Beats Music, roll it into iTunes
  • Hello, Microsoft Lumia. Buh-bye Nokia Lumia branding
  • Apple Pay first week marred by confusion, glitches and bugs

Apple will kill Beats Music, roll it into iTunes

Apple will kill Beats Music, roll it into iTunes

Apple plans to bring Beats Music into iTunes, making the streaming service something like a thing of the past. The company is relaunching it next year as part of iTunes.

Hello, Microsoft Lumia. Buh-bye Nokia Lumia branding

Hello, Microsoft Lumia. Buh-bye Nokia Lumia branding

Microsoft officially replaces the Nokia branding. The software company is now adopting the name Microsoft Lumia for its Windows Phones and plans to unveil a model soon.

Apple Pay first week marred by confusion, glitches and bugs

Apple Pay first week marred by confusion, glitches and bugs

Apple Pay gets snagged in a Bank of America processing mistake that charges customers twice for each transaction, while clerks and cashiers struggle to figure out what Apple Pay is.

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SCIENCEMegalodon sharks, terror of the oceans, became extinct 2.6 million years ago and whales grew

Earth

Megalodon sharks, terror of the oceans, became extinct 2.6 million years ago and whales grew

Whales only began to evolve to their current massive sizes with the disappearance of a fearsome ancient predator, researchers suggest. Whales may have been a preferred prey of prehistoric, 50-foot shark known as Medalodon.

LifeToxin-secreting stem cells kill brain tumors in mice: Humans next?

Health

Toxin-secreting stem cells kill brain tumors in mice: Humans next?

Scientists have successfully tested on mice engineered stem cells that can make and secrete toxins that can kill brain cancer cells. The stem cells are immune to the toxins, which prevent cancer cells from creating protein.

SCIENCEMolecular structure of water at gold electrodes revealed

Molecular structure of water at gold electrodes revealed

Water molecules have been studied as they interacted with gold, providing data that could benefit medicine and environmental studies.

LifeMan destroys Ten Commandments statue in Oklahoma. Suspect blames Satan

Society

Man destroys Ten Commandments statue in Oklahoma. Suspect blames Satan

A man was taken into custody by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol on Friday. He admitted to have made threatening statements at the Federal Building and smashing the Ten Commandments monument.

SCIENCE100-year-old notebook found encased in Antarctic ice is part of Robert Scott's expedition team

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100-year-old notebook found encased in Antarctic ice is part of Robert Scott's expedition team

A photography notebook owned by George Murray Levick, a member of British explorer Robert Scott's 1910-1913 Terra Nova Expedition in the Antarctic, was found by conservationist specialists from the Antarctic Heritage Trust.

LifeHannah Graham: Missing UVA student human remains confirmed, parents 'devastated'

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Hannah Graham: Missing UVA student human remains confirmed, parents 'devastated'

The body of 18-year-old University of Virginia student Hannah Graham has been positively identified by the state medical examiner. Parents, friends and supporters are devastated.

SCIENCEMassive sunspot eyes Earth and shoots solar flares: Brace for mega solar storms

Space

Massive sunspot eyes Earth and shoots solar flares: Brace for mega solar storms

The biggest sunspot in the previous 24 years is shooting solar flares at Earth. The sunspot has already created four X-class flares, the most intense classification, since Oct. 19.

SCIENCEGlobal warming is a big fat lie and the science behind it is fake: John Coleman

Environment

Global warming is a big fat lie and the science behind it is fake: John Coleman

Global warming has always been thought to be something that could turn out to be a deadly catastrophe. However, if what John Coleman is saying is true, then we are being lied to.

SCIENCEGoogle exec smashes Felix Baumgartner space jump record: Saber makes stratospheric skydiving safe

Space

Google exec smashes Felix Baumgartner space jump record: Saber makes stratospheric skydiving safe

Google senior vice president Alan Eustace broke the 2012 skydiving record of Australian Felix Baumgartner. Eustace jumped from a height of 135,890 feet, breaking sound barrier during his 15-minute descent.

SCIENCEForget skunks. Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko smells like combo of horse urine, vinegar, rotten eggs

Space

Forget skunks. Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko smells like combo of horse urine, vinegar, rotten eggs

ROSINA, the mass spectrometer aboard the Rosetta spacecraft gives scientists an idea how comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko smells like: it stinks.

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