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iPhone 6 getting mobile payment tech?

iPhone 6 getting mobile payment tech?

After years of rumors, looks like this is going to be the year we’re going to hear from Apple about its own payments system.

Nintendo 3DS reborn as New 3DS: What you need to know

Nintendo 3DS reborn as New 3DS: What you need to know

Nintendo has just announced the "New Nintendo 3DS" and "New Nintendo 3DS XL." The new versions of 3DS handheld console line have an upgraded processor, extra buttons and NFC support.

Moto X + 1 leather and aluminum Moto Maker customizations confirmed, AT&T pricing, release date leaked

Moto X + 1 leather and aluminum Moto Maker customizations confirmed, AT&T pricing, release date leaked

Motorola's upcoming Moto X + 1 has leaked again and this time, it's showing off its leather and aluminum Moto Maker customizations. AT&T has also reportedly set pricing, pre-order and release date details for the smartphone.

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SCIENCEForget Bardarbunga: Papua New Guinea Mount Tavurvur volcano giving airlines industry more headache

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Forget Bardarbunga: Papua New Guinea Mount Tavurvur volcano giving airlines industry more headache

Mount Tavurvur in New Guinea erupted, sending debris and ash more than 10 miles in the air, potentially threatening air travel in the Pacific.

Kraft recalls nearly 8000 cases of American cheese singles: What you should know

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Kraft recalls nearly 8000 cases of American cheese singles: What you should know

Kraft is calling nearly 8,000 of their American Singles Pasteurized Prepared Cheese Product after finding that a supplier did not properly store one of the ingredients at the right temperature. There have been no reported illnesses, but the company is recalling the singles as a precautionary measure.

SCIENCELast passenger pigeon Martha died 100 years ago on Sept 1: Time to resurrect it?

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Last passenger pigeon Martha died 100 years ago on Sept 1: Time to resurrect it?

Passenger pigeons went extinct a century ago, and now, some biologists want to bring the species back to life. What role can Martha play?

LifeECG, heart monitor on mobile device? U.S. FDA gives startups thumbs up

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ECG, heart monitor on mobile device? U.S. FDA gives startups thumbs up

FDA gives the go-signal for two startups in Silicon Valley. The startups deal with creating mobile applications that can track the patient’s health condition even when he’s just at home.

SCIENCEHelp! There are mites living on your face and they poop too!

Help! There are mites living on your face and they poop too!

Tiny arachnids are living and eating on human faces, researchers say. Yes, that means on yours too!

SCIENCEIBM Watson Discovery Advisor will now help speed up scientific researches

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IBM Watson Discovery Advisor will now help speed up scientific researches

A supercomputer that once appeared on Jeopardy! is now assisting scientists in researching - and inspiring - new discoveries. Say hello to IBM Watson Discovery Advisor.

LifeParents of Ashya, the cancer-stricken 5-year-old boy, could be extradited to England

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Parents of Ashya, the cancer-stricken 5-year-old boy, could be extradited to England

Brett and Naghmeh King are currently in big trouble after being arrested in Spain for allegedly kidnapping their 5-year-old son who has cancer. Both parents could be extradited to England to face charges.

SCIENCEMegadrought might strike U.S. Southwest, study warns

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Megadrought might strike U.S. Southwest, study warns

A latest study reveals that a megadrought may hit Southwest U.S., which may last for over 30 years. The megadrought may be the worst in the last 2,000 years.

SCIENCEYellowstone supervolcano eruption will be nightmarish but not catastrophic: Study

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Yellowstone supervolcano eruption will be nightmarish but not catastrophic: Study

A Yellowstone eruption could blanket the whole of North American with ash and cause a winter during the summer months. It's unlikely to happen anytime soon, but a new computer model shows just how wide an area the eruption would impact.

SCIENCEOur sun's power is stable and steadfast, scientists find

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Our sun's power is stable and steadfast, scientists find

Experiment sees energy of the sun being created. Detector deep under an Italian mountain sees neutrinos created deep in the sun in a fusion furnace.

SCIENCEPaleo-Eskimos, and not Inuit, were the first settlers in Arctic, DNA study reveals

Paleo-Eskimos, and not Inuit, were the first settlers in Arctic, DNA study reveals

First migration of people into Arctic regions of North American left no genetic traces in modern Inuit, study finds. First "Paleo-Eskimo" culture died out 700 years ago.

SCIENCEDeath Valley 'sailing stones' mystery FINALLY SOLVED: Here's what made them move

Death Valley 'sailing stones' mystery FINALLY SOLVED: Here's what made them move

Sailing stones in Death Valley show trails, providing evidence they move across the ground. Now, an oddbeat group of scientists have seen it happen for the first time, and know why it happens.

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