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Verizon: Who Needs the iPhone?
To stay ahead of AT&T and Apple, Verizon is placing a big bet on Android smartphones and other new gadgets
Some Alaska residents flee strong quake over tsunami fears
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- A powerful earthquake sent some coastal Alaska residents running for higher ground in fear they would be swamped by a tsunami, a disaster that never materialized after the shaking that did little more than knock pictures off walls....
Boeing receives first Nasa contract for human spaceflight to ISS
Boeing has secured a first crew rotation mission contract from Nasa to fly astronauts from the US to the international space station (ISS) in 2017.
FBI Investigating Morcellators
Envelope filter sequence to delete blinks and overshoots
Background: Eye movements have been used in control interfaces and as indicators of somnolence, workload and concentration. Different techniques can be used to detect them: we focus on the electrooculogram (EOG) in which two kinds of interference occur: blinks and overshoots. While they both draw be...
A New Amphibious 6?6 Armored Vehicle to Replace the BRDM-2 in Polish Army Service
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Interactions.org Newsdigest 27 May 2015
First images of collisions at 13 TeV -- Large Hadron Collider: $150 million upgradation by CERN delivers exciting promises and new future of science -- First high powered particle collision photos from CERN -- Large Hadron Collider busts energy-level benchmark -- CERN''s Large Hadron Collider breaks...
Crashing the third-party - Why mixed-vendor BEMS will leave you with an uncontrollable hangover
There may be short term cost benefits to using a hybrid BEMS plant, but the long term costs may leave you wishing you''d initially opted for a single vendor''s solution.