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SpaceX Falcon 9 Block 5 Launch And Landing Successful: Here's What This Means For Space Travel

The SpaceX Falcon 9 Block 5 rocket launched and landed successfully in its first flight. The milestone is a big deal for space travel, as it progresses the goal of developing reusable rockets and spacecraft.

Space May 12, 2018

Sony E3 2018 Showcase To Focus On PlayStation 4 Exclusives: Sorry, No PlayStation 5

Sony's keynote address at E3 2018 will focus on four PlayStation 4 exclusives, namely 'Death Stranding,' 'Ghost of Tsushima,' 'Spider-Man,' and 'The Last of Us Part II.' Sony will not announce new hardware at the event.

Video Games May 12, 2018

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Flickering Screen Issue Solved: Free Replacements Will End 'Flickergate'

The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 flickering screen problem, dubbed 'flickergate,' has been around since the launch of the 2-in-1 tablet in 2015. Microsoft has finally decided to issue free replacements for the affected devices.

Microsoft May 12, 2018

Google Assistant Feature That Sounds Human Will Apparently Introduce Itself As AI

Google Duplex, a new Google Assistant feature, shocked the world at I/O 2018 because it sounded human. The AI-powered system has received backlash, pushing Google to clarify that it will introduce itself as a robot when talking to people.

Google May 11, 2018

SpaceX Aborts Upgraded Falcon 9 Rocket Launch 58 Seconds Before Liftoff

The first flight of the SpaceX Falcon 9 Block 5 rocket was aborted just 58 seconds before liftoff. The rocket and its cargo were in good condition though, so the wait will not be long for the next launch attempt.

Space May 11, 2018

Alexa, Siri, And Google Assistant Follow Malicious Voice Commands Hidden In Music

Researchers have found a way to hide malicious voice commands in music that Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant will follow. Are hackers already using this method to victimize users, and how can you protect yourself against it?

Security May 11, 2018

Net Neutrality Will Die On June 11: Here's How This Will Affect You

The death of net neutrality will happen on June 11, as determined by the Federal Communications Commission under Chairman Ajit Pai. The repeal of net neutrality rules will have a significant effect on both internet service providers and consumers.

Internet May 11, 2018

Fungus Killing Frogs Traced Back To Korea, Raising Concerns On Pet Trade

Scientists traced the origins of the deadly chytrid fungus, which has attacked frog, toad, and salamander populations over recent decades, to the Korean peninsula. The discovery provides an additional argument against pet trade, particularly on amphibians coming from East Asia.

Animals May 10, 2018

Army Doctors Give Soldier New Ear By Growing It In Her Arm

Pvt. Shamika Burrage lost her left ear in a vehicular accident. Army doctors, however, were able to give her a new ear by shaping cartilage taken from her rib cage and growing the organ in her arm.

Medicine May 10, 2018

Baby Girl Suffers Fractured Skull, Brain Bleeds In Freak Softball Accident: Here's How You Can Help

McKenna Hovenga, a seven-week-old baby girl, suffered a fractured skull and brain bleeds after her head was hit in a freak softball accident. The baby remains hospitalized, with her parents at her side for her recovery.

Medicine May 10, 2018

Steam Link App Will Let You Stream PC Games To iOS And Android Devices

Valve announced the Steam Link app, which will allow players to stream Steam games to iOS and Android devices. The app, which will support the Steam Controller and MFi controllers, will launch on the week of May 21.

Video Games May 10, 2018

Nintendo Switch Kickstand Problems Finally Solved With New Accessory That Costs $20

The Nintendo Switch kickstand problems may soon be solved through a new accessory. The Nintendo Switch Adjustable Charging Stand will provide a wider base and kickstand and will enable charging while the hybrid console is in Tabletop mode.

Video Games May 10, 2018

Black Dot Bug Freezes iMessage on iPhones And iPads: Here's What To Do Until Apple Rolls Out A Fix

The black dot bug, first seen on WhatsApp, is freezing iMessage on iPhones and iPads. Apple will likely roll out a patch soon, but users victimized by the black dot can try a workaround in the meantime.

Apple May 9, 2018

We Finally Know More About Nintendo Switch Online: Price, 20 NES Games, Cloud Saves, And More

Nintendo finally revealed more information about Nintendo Switch Online. The subscription service will offer a family membership option, provide access to 20 classic NES games, and enable the long-requested cloud save feature.

Video Games May 8, 2018

It's Normal For Alligators And Mountain Lions To Show Up In Unexpected Places, Study Says

A new study claims that it is normal to spot alligators on beaches and mountain lions away from mountains. The appearance of animals in unexpected places is caused by wildlife conservation efforts and is good for both animals and humans.

Animals May 8, 2018

This Year's 6.5-Inch OLED iPhone X Plus Will Be Just As Big As The iPhone 8 Plus

The rumored 6.5-inch OLED iPhone, dubbed the iPhone X Plus, will have the same size as the iPhone 8 Plus, according to Mac Otakara. The device is just one of three iPhone models that will be released this year.

Apple May 8, 2018

Baby Falls Off Bed, Suffers Brain Damage: Mother Warns Parents On Seriousness of Head Injuries

Infant boy Colton Ferguson fell of a bed and hit his head, suffering a fractured skull and brain damage. Colton's mother, Paige, is now urging parents to take head injuries seriously, as their family faces the grueling ordeal.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 8, 2018

Apple Nears Title As World's First Trillion-Dollar Company After Kind Words From Warren Buffett And Bill Gates

Apple is on track to become the world's first trillion-dollar company after recently reaching a value of over $900 billion. This happened after investor Warren Buffett and Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates said nice things about Apple.

Apple May 8, 2018

Ken Jeong Stops Show To Save Woman Suffering Seizures

While Ken Jeong was performing in Phoenix, a woman in the audience started suffering from seizures. The comedian, who is also a trained physician, stopped his show to provide the woman with medical attention.

Celebrities May 7, 2018

WhatsApp Black Dot Prank Message Crashes App: Here's How It Works

A WhatsApp prank message, featuring a black dot, is causing the app to hang and crash on Android smartphones for users who accept its dare. Here is the secret behind the seemingly innocent message.

Apps/Software May 7, 2018

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