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Comet Siding Spring flies past Mars, and NASA says it's all good.
Los Angeles Times
Comet Siding Spring sailed past Mars on Sunday, coming 10 times closer to the Red Planet than any comet on record has come to Earth. At the time of the comet's closest approach at 11:27 a.m., it was just 87,000 miles from Mars. That's less than half the ...
NASA's Mars orbiters survive comet flyby and sneak once-in-a-lifetime peekComputerworld
Comet Siding Spring buzzes Mars, but NASA orbiters and rovers are safeCNN
Comet squeaks by MarsAl Jazeera America
New Zealand Herald -Cleveland Leader
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IBM to pay Globalfoundries $1.5 bln to take chip unit off its hands -WSJ
Reuters
Oct 19 (Reuters) - IBM Corp has agreed to hive off its loss-making semiconductor unit to contract-chipmaker Globalfoundries Inc, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. IBM will pay Globalfoundries $1.5 billion to take the chip ...
IBM to pay $1.5bn to shed chip-making businessFinancial Times
IBM likely to announce tomorrow it's paying Globalfoundries $1.5B to unload its ...VentureBeat
IBM 'major announcement' points to deal on chip manufacturingPCWorld
Bloomberg -ZDNet
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Ancient Scottish fish 'first to have sex'
BBC News
An international team of researchers says a fish called Microbrachius dicki is the first-known animal to stop reproducing by spawning and instead mate by having sex. The primitive bony fish, which was about 8cm long, lived in ancient lakes about 385 million ...
'Penetrating' new findings on origins of sexAl Jazeera America
Scientists find the root of all sexSky News Australia
Scientists discover ancient Scottish fish had "sideways" sexDaily Digest
Beta Wired -ABC Online -Herald Scotland
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NASA says 1934 Dust Bowl was worst drought in 1000 years: Here's what NASA ...
Tech Times
The Dust Bowl of 1934 was the worst dry period in 1,000 years, according to NASA. That doesn't reveal the human suffering it caused, or the art it helped to create. (Photo : Arthur Rothstein / Farm Security Administration) ...
1934 dust bowl drought worst in 1000 years: NASADelhi Daily News
NASA and Tree Rings Confirm 1934 Drought Worst in Last 1000 YearsSavingAdvice.com
How the Dust Bowl Stacks Up Against Other DroughtsThe News Ledge
The Hoops News -The Guardian -Capital Wired
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Drones Could Revolutionize the Study of Killer Whales and Other Marine ...
SavingAdvice.com
What could revolutionize ocean wild life conservation and study? A simple drone with a camera. That's exactly what NOAA Fisheries and the the Vancouver Aquarium did. Using a custom-built hexacopter specially equipped with a high resolution camera, the ...
Gorgeous Drone Footage Of Killer Whales Is The First Of Its Kindio9
Overwhelming drone captured images of killer sharks Orca taken by NOAA ...The Westside Story
Drones Used to Study Killer Whales and Orcas [VIDEO]Design & Trend
Capitalberg -PC Magazine -Viral Global News
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Puppy-sized spider surprises scientist on nighttime rainforest walk
New York Daily News
Giant spiders have long been reserved for nightmares, myths and Harry Potter. But a scientist found a huge spider in real life, after a puppy-sized one surprised him on a nighttime walk in the Guyana Rainforest a few years ago. Entomologist Piotr Naskrecki ...
Puppy-sized spider surprises scientist in rainforestWKYC-TV

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Microsoft reportedly ready to launch smartwatch in weeks
CNET
Device will sport a health-tracking features and work with multiple mobile platforms, Forbes reports. by Steven Musil · @stevenmusil; 20 October 2014 4:02 am BST. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus. more. more +. email. tumblr. stumble.
Microsoft plans to launch smartwatch within weeks: ForbesReuters
Microsoft said to be planing to launch smartwatch within weeksLivemint
Report: Microsoft is about to jump into the smartwatch frayPCWorld (blog)
Business Insider -SlashGear
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Snapchat to Roll Out Ads That Aren't 'Totally Rude'
Bloomberg
Snapchat Inc. will start showing advertisements to its users, taking a step toward justifying the $10 billion valuation investors have placed on the startup. Unlike other social-media providers, Snapchat won't be putting ads in people's feeds, which "would be ...
Snapchat to Add In-App Advertisements This WeekendKMBZ

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This Weekend in the App Store -- the best free apps, new apps and app updates
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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella launches diversity effort
Sydney Morning Herald

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