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Astronauts complete first phase of upgrading ISS batteries (Video)

Astronauts complete first phase of upgrading ISS batteries (Video)

NASA astronauts have installed adapter plates and electrical connections necessary for three of six new lithium-ion batteries to be installed on the International Space Station. Thanks to the help of the Dextre system, Peggy Whitson and Commander Shane Kimbrough finished the task in just four hours. They were even able to get other tasks finished ahead of schedule. The two ... Read More »

Canada’s Competition Bureau closes two-year Apple investigation

Canada's Competition Bureau closes two-year Apple investigation

After two years of investigation, Canada’s competition watchdog has decided to close its probe on Apple last Friday. A 24-month probe finally ended on Friday after Canada’s Competition Bureau on Friday said it was unable to gather sufficient evidence to prove Apple had taken part in anti-competitive actions. Apple was accused of using its market force to demand carriers sell ... Read More »

Alien Claw found in Peru Tunnels (Watch)

New Video of Alien found in Peru Mummy (Watch)

Mysterious giant ‘Alien Claw’ with warped skulls unearthed in tunnels in Peru. And they also claim to have found an elongated human skull near the dig site, which they say was in a desert in the South American country. Although they have refused to reveal the exact location where the sinister hand was discovered, the researchers say the finding was ... Read More »

Nissan Qashqai comes to America as 2017 Rogue Sport (Video)

Nissan Qashqai comes to America as 2017 Rogue Sport (Photo)

A week before the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, news broke that the Nissan Qashqai would be making its way over from Europe to the US. Now on the first day of the show the Japanese automaker has revealed this, the Rogue Sport. Yes, the name “Qashqai” has been dropped in favor of something Americans are more familiar with. Compact crossovers ... Read More »

Scientist makes improvements to surgical masks

Scientist makes improvements to surgical masks

A Scientist at the University of Alberta has found a way to improve one of the most fundamental pieces of medical equipment, and he did it using something you’d find on your kitchen table. Hyo-Jick Choi, a professor in the University of Alberta Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, noticed that many people wear a simple surgical-style mask for protection ... Read More »

Life in heavy traffic zones causes dementia, says new research

Researchers Think Heavy Traffic Could Be Causing Dementia

A study on six million adults in Canada indicated that living next to a crowded motorway or highway raises dementia risk by 7 percent. Researchers from the University of Toronto and Public Health Ontario tracked 6.6 million people in Ontario, Canada, over the decade to 2012. They found that the closer people lived to busy roads, the greater their risk ... Read More »

Samsung’s Gear smartwatches now work with iOS app

Samsung's Gear smartwatches now work with iOS app

Samsung has announced that the Gear S3, Gear S2 and Gear Fit2 are now compatible with iOS via new Gear S and Gear Fit apps available now available on the App Store. The Samsung Gear S app brings iPhone connectivity to the company’s Gear 2 and Gear 3 wearables, while the Gear Fit app offers similar compatibility for Gear Fit2 ... Read More »

Aliens Finally Discovered in Elite Dangerous Space Game (Video)

Aliens Finally Discovered in Elite Dangerous Space Game

After years of searching and many mysterious hints and clues, an Elite: Dangerous player finally makes contact with the elusive Thargoid alien species. Elite Dangerous is a unique kind of game, based around exploration and trading in the far reaches of space. Available on PC and Xbox One, the space simulation has captured the imagination of thousands of players thanks ... Read More »