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Antarctic Sea water level rises due to melting of Polar Caps in Antarctica
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A new study has found that the sea level of Antarctic coast are escalating at much higher rate because of accelerated melting of fresh water Glaciers. The study was conducted by University of Southampton with the help of satellites in the region that span more...
Antartic sea level increased about 0.8 inch: salinity of sea water is reducedTechsonia
Antarctic Sea-Level Rising Faster Than Global Rate, New Study ShowsInternational Business Times
Freshwater influx accelerates the rise of Antarctic coastal watersDumb-Out
Northern Voices Online-AZoCleantech-BBC News
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Google News Sci Tech: Photos hack 'down to password code' - shropshirestar.com->

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Photos hack 'down to password code'
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The online hack that led to the posting of hundreds of explicit photos of some of Hollywood's most famous female stars could have been down to an attack on their passwords. Stars including actress Jennifer Lawrence have seen intimate photos posted on a...
'Find My iPhone' exploit could be to blame for celebrity photo hacksEngadget
Celebrity nude photo hacking: How to disable iPhone iCloud backups and keep ... Scottish Daily Record
How To Disable Google Drive's Photo Back Up On AndroidKnow Your Mobile
Irish Examiner-Mashable
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Google News Sci Tech: Programme 'used the top 500 most common passwords' to hack celeb accounts - Iris->

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Programme 'used the top 500 most common passwords' to hack celeb accounts
Irish Examiner
The online hack that led to the posting of hundreds of explicit photos of some of Hollywood's most famous female stars could have been down to an attack on their passwords. Stars including actress Jennifer Lawrence and model Kate Upton saw intimate...
Explicit celebrity photos leak following speculated iCloud breachSlashGear
Celebrity nude photo hacking: How to disable iPhone iCloud backups and keep ... Scottish Daily Record
This 'Find My iPhone' exploit could be to blame for celebrity photo hacksEngadget
Know Your Mobile
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Google News Sci Tech: Is sapphire glass all it's cracked up to be? - Android Community->

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Is sapphire glass all it's cracked up to be?
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With IFA 2014 set to start in a few days in Berlin, one of the buzzwords being bandied about is sapphire glass, particularly because it is rumored to be one of the features of the anticipated iPhone 6. Another OEM has beaten Apple to the punch as Kyocera...
The Truth About Sapphire, The Insanely Hard Material Apple May Use For The ... Business Insider
Sapphire:The phone screen everyone's talking aboutWHAS 11.com (subscription)

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Google News Sci Tech: SAIC Demands Written Explanation from Microsoft within 20 days - Maine News Onli->

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SAIC Demands Written Explanation from Microsoft within 20 days
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Microsoft has been given just three weeks to start talking over "compatibility issues" with Windows and Office. Last week, China's competition regulator alleged that Microsoft wasn't fully cooperating with its probe. Reports have revealed that the State...
Microsoft ordered to comply over China antitrust allegationsFinancial Times
China Gives Microsoft 20 Days to Explain ProblemsWall Street Journal
China Gives Microsoft 20 Days To Clarify Queries In Anti-trust ProbeRTT News
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Google News Sci Tech: Sony wooing Japanese to PS4 with Dragon Quest - The Park Record->

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Sony wooing Japanese to PS4 with Dragon Quest
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TOKYO (AP) — Sony is trying to woo Japanese game fans to the PlayStation 4 home console that went on sale in November in the U.S. and Europe, but didn't arrive at stores here until February. Atsushi Morita, who heads Sony Computer Entertainment's...

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Google News Sci Tech: Drone Developers Consider Obstacles That Cannot Be Flown Around - New York Times->

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Forbes

Drone Developers Consider Obstacles That Cannot Be Flown Around
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SAN FRANCISCO — The tech industry's enthusiasm for building small delivery drones may be getting ahead of figuring out what to do with them. On Thursday, with much fanfare, Google revealed Project Wing, an experimental program out of the company's...
FAA Dithering Forces Google And Other Drone Innovators To Take Their Jobs ... Forbes

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Google News Sci Tech: 5 things to know about driving on marijuana - Washington Post->

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5 things to know about driving on marijuana
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WASHINGTON — The legalization of recreational marijuana in two states — Colorado and Washington — and medical marijuana in more than 20 others has raised concern that there will be more drivers stoned behind the wheel. What's not clear is whether...
Marijuana Legalization Has Researchers Wondering If Traffic Deaths Will RiseHuffington Post
Will traffic deaths rise as states legalize pot?WRGB

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Google News Sci Tech: 100 Years Ago The Last Passenger Pigeon Died - Counsel & Heal->

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Counsel & Heal

100 Years Ago The Last Passenger Pigeon Died
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The last passenger pigeon Martha died 100 years ago on September 01, 1914. The bird had died at the Cincinnati zoo and was sent to the Smithsonian in the frozen form. (Photo : Getty Images). The last passenger pigeon Martha died 100 years ago on...
Protections can stop animals from disappearingNUVO Newsweekly
Remembering MarthaCommentary Magazine
Century's worth of difference in saving wildlifePhilly.com

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Google News Sci Tech: Is Fast Package Delivery Socially Responsible? - Small Business News from Gaeble->

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Is Fast Package Delivery Socially Responsible?
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As another major player enters the race for same-day delivery, some are starting to question the environmental and social impacts of nearly instant delivery options. Amazon's intention to move ahead with same-day delivery has been well publicized, with the...
Drone makers face a maze of obstaclesBoston Globe
Expert Says Google's Project Wing Is Good For The Drone IndustryBeauty World News
Google's Project Wing drone delivery service takes flight in Australia delivering ... Tech Times
Forbes-Chinatopix
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Google News Sci Tech: European 700MHz band should be freed for mobile broadband by 2020, report ... - ->

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European 700MHz band should be freed for mobile broadband by 2020, report ...
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Europe's 700MHz band should be freed for mobile broadband by 2020, a report to the European Commission recommends. The extra spectrum is needed to meet increasing demand for video on tablets, smartphones and other mobile devices. The 700MHz...
Europe details plan to nab 700MHz broadcast spectrum for mobile by 2020ZDNet
EC proposes 700 MHz refarm for wireless broadband within 6 yearsFierceWireless
GSMA Calls on the European Commission to Adopt a Long-Term Vision for the ... MarketWatch
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China Gives Microsoft 20 Days To Respond To Competition Probe 24

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An anonymous reader writes "China has given Microsoft three weeks to explain "compatibility issues" in Windows and Office that could violate Chinese competition laws. The State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) questioned Microsoft Vice President David Chen and gave the company a deadline to make an explanation, the agency said in a short statement on its website. Microsoft's use of verification codes also spurred complaints from Chinese companies. Their use "may have violated China's anti-monopoly law", the official Xinhua news agency said on Monday."

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