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Features, pricing, availability and specifications are subject to change without notice. Research firm IHS is currently estimating that people will buy and use about seven million VR headsets by the end of 2016-a figure even lower than the number of computers Nvidia believes can even run a great VR experience right now.
  • First look at the new, foldable Google Glass

    First look at the new, foldable Google Glass

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    Google Glass can nearly be thought of as a hands-free smartphone. The new version of Google's product has been dubbed the "enterprise edition" or "Google Glass EE", according to the tech website 9to5Google, which has been reporting the news of Glass' evolution from the geeky prototype of a workplace tool for months.
  • Missing 5-Year-Old Boy with Autism Found Dead in Lehigh Canal

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    Police announced Saturday evening the body of Jayliel Vega Batista was found in a canal about a quarter mile from where he was last seen. The (Allentown) Morning Call (http://bit.ly/1SsMK2E) reports that police summoned the divers on Saturday after a searcher found a tablet computer similar to one Jayliel Vega Batista may have been carrying.
  • Star Wars Battlefront Might Not Include Any Star Wars 7

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    Director JJ Abram's " Star Wars - The Force Awakens", which is one of the most anticipated movies of the year, will end the year on a big note. When the movie began, Rey was a scavenger on the planet Jakku, who had been taking care of herself for a long time .
  • Ukrainian power to Crimea cut again

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    Russian Federation announced in early December the launch of an undersea power cable that could reduce the peninsula s dependence on Ukraine, but the line nearly immediately overheated and plunged Crimea into darkness. "Ukraine has for a long time disrespected the contract for power supplies to Crimea", Novak said. Vladimir Putin ordered the opinion poll, conducted by telephone on New Year's Eve and the first half of January 1, shortly after electricity supplies from Ukraine to Crimea were ...
  • Apple Once Again Demands $180 Million From Samsung

    Apple Once Again Demands $180 Million From Samsung

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    Samsung wants the Supreme Court to re-evaluate the patents specifics and also the procedure to assess the damages. Apple Inc. (AAPL: NASDAQ), is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and online services.
  • NASA releases photos showing strong El Nino for 2016

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    This year, however, scientists believe that the prospect of witnessing the strongest El-Nino on record are pretty good. The latest image and the 1997 image both show unusually high sea surface heights along the equator in the central and eastern Pacific.
  • Natalie Cole, Grammy-winning singer, dead at 65

    Natalie Cole, Grammy-winning singer, dead at 65

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    She topped the charts in 1991 with Unforgettable , a virtual duet with her late father, who died in 1965 when she was aged just 15. She passed away at an LA hospital, and according to TMZ , she suffered from several health issues, which ended in congestive heart failure at an LA hospital.
  • Giant squid captured making rare appearance at Japanese harbour

    Giant squid captured making rare appearance at Japanese harbour

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    A group of fish men first noticed the 13 feet invertebrate wondering around the boats in the Japanese port. Akinobu Kimura, a diver and owner of Kaiyu, a local diving shop, later led it back into deeper sea. This one spotted in Toyama Bay in Japan wasn't quite that large, but it still made an impression on onlookers. The ocean behemoths stretch up to 40 feet long, and tend to live 2,000 to 3,000 feet under the surface, which is partially why legend, instead of science, informs squid lore's ...
  • Microsoft to warn users about 'nation-state' intrusion

    Microsoft to warn users about 'nation-state' intrusion

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    Now, Microsoft will specify when it believes the third party is state-sponsored. If you're using Microsoft's online email and file-storage services, you'll now get a special heads-up if your accounts are hit by state-sponsored hackers, a warning that you should take additional steps to secure your accounts.
  • When Is the College Football National Championship Game?

    When Is the College Football National Championship Game?

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    Instead of going to parties, staying up until midnight, and watching the ball drop at Times Square, watch college football! Hundreds of game day preparation items go unnoticed in college football . LEGO has created brick-built helmets for each of the four playoff teams , as well as some smaller football-related models for which they've released instructions to build your own.
  • Hideo Kojima reveals plans for next game

    Hideo Kojima reveals plans for next game

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    In a press release, Sony's Andrew House said: "PlayStation's history is one of game innovation and great new franchises". His contract officially terminated by Konami , Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima just announced his new, independent studio , Kojima Productions, which is partnering with Sony to create its first project.
  • Microsoft Underestimated Xbox Elite Controller Demand

    Microsoft Underestimated Xbox Elite Controller Demand

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    The device was priced at about $150 and nearly every source had got back to Microsoft stating that the controller was way too expensive for the users to invest in. "Here's the product we totally underestimated", he was quoted by Gamespot .   Chief marketing officer at Microsoft Chris Capossela visited some retailers a week before Black Friday and they told him to "make more".
  • Philadelphia Eagles CEO says Chip Kelly didn't push to keep coaching job

    Philadelphia Eagles CEO says Chip Kelly didn't push to keep coaching job

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    However, he is now still the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens and if Lurie's hiring history has shown us anything it's that he likes bringing in someone who has not been a head coach previously. But there was an obvious disconnect between coach and players. One ex-Eagle, speaking with NJ.com as an anonymous source, said "I can tell you, he never had the support of the team this year".
  • Google confirms Android N won't use Oracle's Java APIs

    Google confirms Android N won't use Oracle's Java APIs

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    It will start making more contributions to the OpenJDK project. If you ask us, the code change is good news indeed for a common Android user as new apps will be developed easily and app updates will be faster. Most of the code in Google's VM is original (Google says it's about 97%), but it still uses Oracle's Java APIs. If the court finds that Java APIs aren't covered by fair use, Google might end up paying out a large pile of cash to Oracle.
  • SpaceX rocket makes historic landing

    SpaceX rocket makes historic landing

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    SpaceX completed its historic rocket landing Monday night, but Jeff Bezos says he got there first. "No one has ever brought an orbital class booster back intact". Mr Musk has said the ability to return its rockets to Earth so they can be refurbished and re-flown would slash his company's operational costs in the burgeoning and highly competitive private space launch industry.
  • AlphaDog Has Proved Too Loud To Fight Alongside The US Marines

    AlphaDog Has Proved Too Loud To Fight Alongside The US Marines

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    Olson has also unveiled that the robot's gas powered engine was not the stealthiest piece of technology. Mr. Olson added that there was a potential possibility of limitations with the robot itself and the Marines found that it was a loud robot that could give away the positions.
  • Cleveland Mayor Welcomes Tamir Rice Protests

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    Cleveland's reputation has suffered because of some well-publicized police shootings, including the killings of two unarmed black people in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire at the end of a 2012 vehicle chase. "Talking to the adults who are familiar with the grand jury system in Cauhayoga County, there's an old joke out that the grand jury will indict an ant for being an insect.
  • Subaru to showcase three concepts at the Tokyo Auto Salon

    Subaru to showcase three concepts at the Tokyo Auto Salon

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    The second surprise from Subaru is the "WR Blue Pearl" colored Levorg STI Concept that features exclusive front fascia with STI-designed 18-inch aluminum wheels. Its red-wine and black two-tone color interior features high-quality feel with exclusive accessories. The STI-tuned dampers help deliver superb ride quality, stability and handling.
  • SpaceX rocket blasts to space and back, sticks the landing

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    Compare that to a commercial airliner-each new plane costs about the same as Falcon 9 , but can fly multiple times per day, and conduct tens of thousands of flights over its lifetime. We already showed you incredible photos and videos of this remarkable achievement, but now it's time to watch the feat from a different angle. The 11 satellites were deployed approximately 20 minutes after liftoff, completing a 17-satellite, low-Earth orbit constellation for ORBCOMM .
  • Why SpaceX Rocket Landing Is a Giant Leap for Space Travel

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    This video, which  SpaceX  released Tuesday, shows the vertical landing from the vantage point of a helicopter hovering nearby. "Thus has been a wildly successful return to flight for  SpaceX ", one launch commentator at the company reportedly said.
  • Surface Phone? Microsoft says it needs

    Surface Phone? Microsoft says it needs "breakthrough" Windows handset

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    Windows is a distant third when pitted against Android and Apple iOS smartphones, and Microsoft is very aware of its low-single-digit toehold on the competitive market, according to Chief Marketing Officer Chris Capossela. Capossela's comments indicate that Microsoft's efforts will involve more than merely slapping the Surface brand on a next-generation Lumia phone. However, he further added that Microsoft would need time to build that ultimate device and those really interested, need to ...
  • Rare Giant Squid Found in Japan

    Rare Giant Squid Found in Japan

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    Giant squid along with their cousins, the colossal squid, have the largest eyes in the animal kingdom, measure about 10 inches in diameter. The squid is not known to spend time at the surface and usually live deep underwater most commonly being discovered when they die and wash up on beaches.
  • Deadline approaching in Sprint, Verizon

    Deadline approaching in Sprint, Verizon "cramming" settlement

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    As for Sprint , the settlement claims that the service provider subjected users to cramming between 2004 and December 2013, and "charged its customers by creating a billing and payment-processing system that gave third parties virtually unfettered access to its customers' accounts".
  • Tata Motors' JLR to sign agreement for production plant with Slovakia govt

    Tata Motors' JLR to sign agreement for production plant with Slovakia govt

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    Concepts like the DC100 have previewed possible Defender successors , with the automaker striving to create a less niche-like vehicle than the current model to assure volume. Secondly, the future Defender is expected to feature easy-to-use controls, which implies a lighter steering, an improved gearshift linkage, and a more car-like the general feeling while driving.
  • Fallout 4 1.2 update notes for PS4, Xbox One

    Fallout 4 1.2 update notes for PS4, Xbox One

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    These are the fixes that are definitely being included in the 1.2 patch notes . Phil Savage from PC Gamer has since given the game a stellar review citing that while " Fallout 4" is not ideal, the imperfections are what makes the title unforgettable.
  • Eiffel Tower reopens lit up defiantly with colours of French flag

    Eiffel Tower reopens lit up defiantly with colours of French flag

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    She said she did not have numbers to show how many people had used the tool, and people were still using it Saturday. What he produced ended up being raw, minimal and resonant. Shares in French hotel group Accor fell 4.75 percent on the Paris exchange, while the country's main airline group Air France-KLM dropped 5.32% and Eurotunnel was 3.04 percent weaker.