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    All About Google Keynote 2016

    Phone by Google It has the highest rated smartphone camera. Ever. A battery that lasts all day. Unlimited storage for all your photos and videos. And it’s the first phone with the Google Assistant built in. Now everyone can know when local places close, if it’s still going to rain on Saturday, and if your […]

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    The Ancient World: Atlatl

    Early humans extend spear-throwing range. When Spaniards first met the Aztecs in around 1500, the explorers were horrified when their armor was easily penetrated by the Aztec throwing darts. The Aztecs achieved this feat with the atlatl, a simple device used by many ancient people for long-range hunting. It probably dates from around 23,000 B. […]

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    iPhone 7 The Smartphone Future is Here

    iPhone 7 | Pre-order September 9 and Available September 16 iPhone 7 dramatically improves the most important aspects of the iPhone experience. It introduces advanced new camera systems. The best performance and battery life ever in an iPhone. Immersive stereo speakers. The brightest, most colorful iPhone display. Splash and water resistance And it looks every bit as powerful as it […]

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    The Ancient World: Sewing

    Clothing is fitted using needle and thread. The history of sewing is closely allied to the history of tools. The earliest needles ever discovered date from the Paleolithic era (the early Stone Age), around 25,000 B.C.E. Key finds from that period include needles in southwest France and near Moscow in Russia. These were made of […]

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    The Ancient World: Sharp Stone Blade

    Stone Age humans learn to make sharp stone blade, tools and weapons. The use of stone instruments more than two million years ago heralded what we call the Stone Age and the very origins of humankind. While it is impossible to date when distinctly worked (rather than simply found) stone blades first appeared in the world, it […]

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    The Ancient World: Drill

    Early humans learn how to bore small holes. It is thought that early man used a primitive drill – perhaps a modified spear – to pierce wood and animal skins. Much later, the woodworkers of ancient Egypt refined this technique by making any necessary holes with a bow drill. Adapted from the fire-stick, it had […]

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    Pokemon Go Mobile App is Banned !

    Pokemon Go was prohibited by Iran’s High Council of Virtual areas over “security issues.” The organization didn’t give specific details on what those issues were. it absolutely was conjointly antecedently in talks with developer Niantic over restrictions on the sport. It’s doable that the assorted report of invasive and players adventuring in any respect hours […]

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    Top 20 Smartest Companies 2016

    20 Smartest Companies 2016 All the companies are listed in the way they create new opportunities.This year’s Some of them are large companies, like Amazon and Alphabet, that are using digital technologies to redefine industries. Others are fighting with technological changes: companies like Microsoft, Bosch, Toyota, and Intel. So, Check Those Companies sorted by Ranking. Amazon Why: Call […]

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    10 Alternative PC Operating System You Didn’t Know

    Most of us know that there are 3 types of PC OS in the market but there are not. Windows, iOS & Linux are the most Used Operating Systems Now but there are some few OS out there. Some alternative operating systems are established by big corporations, while others are small projects worked on by […]

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    Box Office Top Ten Hollywood Movies

    Box Office Top Ten Hollywood Movies The Angry Birds Movie (2016): Find out why the birds are so angry. When an island populated by happy, flightless birds is visited by mysterious green piggies, it’s up to three unlikely outcasts – Red, Chuck and Bomb – to figure out what the pigs are up to. Directors: Clay […]

  • NASA Just Found 1,284 New Planets

    NASA Just Found 1,284 New Planets

    NASA on Tuesday believed 1,284 new planets had been discovered by the Kepler space telescope, marking the biggest batch of exoplanets ever proclaimed at one time. Nine of the planets could possibly be livable due to surface temperatures that would consent liquid water to pool, NASA added. The Kepler telescope, which launched in 2009, has […]

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    Is Vaping Safe For Our Health?

    Report: Vaping Safe For Our Health. In May 2016, The UK government has imposed new regulations around e-cigarettes in United Kingdom. Figures from last December show that e-cigarette which is allowed to use in trying to leave smoking is on the increase while overall growth in e-cigarette use has slowed. In the meantime, there’s been a […]

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