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Google News Sci Tech: El Niño is here but it is 'not strong enough' – NOAA authorities conf->

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El Niño is here but it is 'not strong enough' – NOAA authorities confirm
Times Gazette
El Niño is here but forecasters are not expecting this Pacific Ocean circulation phenomenon to act much for the drought lacerated California and western parts of the United States. Mike Halpert, deputy director of the Climate Prediction Center at the National...
El Niño Is Officially Here, But only a Miracle Will Save CaliforniaWallStreet OTC
El Niño arrives, but too weak to help drought-hit CaliforniaNew Hampshire Voice
'Extremely weak' El Niño arrivesThe Hill
Chinatopix-Los Angeles Times-Mashable
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Google News Sci Tech: In a First, Astronomers View Four Images of a Supernova - NDTV->

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In a First, Astronomers View Four Images of a Supernova
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Washington: Astronomers observed four versions of a supernova thanks to the gravity of a cluster of galaxies, which magnified and bent the exploding star's light to create multiple images, scientists said on Thursday. Although multiple likenesses have been...
Astronomers Watch a Supernova and See RerunsNew York Times
Einstein's Cross: Distant supernova split into four by gravitational lensingCNET
Hubble captures quadruple image of ancient exploding starReuters
NBCNews.com-Scientific American-Discovery News
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Google News Sci Tech: FREAKing hell: All Windows versions vulnerable to SSL snoop - The Register->

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Business Insider

FREAKing hell: All Windows versions vulnerable to SSL snoop
The Register
Microsoft says its implementation of SSL/TLS in all versions of Windows is vulnerable to the FREAK encryption-downgrade attack. This means if you're using Windows, an attacker on your network can potentially force Internet Explorer and other software using...
Millions at risk from 'Freak' encryption bugBBC News
Windows users are also vulnerable to FREAK snooping attacksGigaom
FREAK security bug does affect Windows users and spells trouble for unpatched ... International Business Times UK
Help Net Security-CNET
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Google News Sci Tech: NASA study: Mars had a huge ocean billions of years ago - Vox->

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Wall Street Hedge

NASA study: Mars had a huge ocean billions of years ago
Vox
An illustration of what Mars might have looked like with a large ocean four billion years ago. (NASA/GSFC). There's a new piece of evidence suggesting that Mars was once much wetter than it is today. A new NASA study, published in the journal Science,...
Mars Lost An Ocean's Worth Of WaterScience 2.0
NASA says Mars once held more water than the Arctic OceanSlashGear
Mars Once Had an Ocean the Size of the ArcticWall Street Hedge
International Business Times-Science World Report-Uncover California
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Google News Sci Tech: Valve adds new Steam Machine-stuffed hardware section to Steam store - PCWorld->

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Valve adds new Steam Machine-stuffed hardware section to Steam store
PCWorld
Well, well, well—this is certainly interesting. Following its big Steam Machine re-unveiling at GDC this week, Valve has gone ahead and inserted a hardware tab into the Steam store. Maybe these things really will ship in 2015. You can check out the full range...

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Google News Sci Tech: 9 Amazing Shots From NASA's Dawn Spacecraft - PC Magazine->

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9 Amazing Shots From NASA's Dawn Spacecraft
PC Magazine
What a long and strange journey it's been (and the coolest stuff may be yet to come). NASA's Dawn spacecraft launched in 2007, and has dutifully provided scientists with unprecedented and occasionally breathtaking glimpses of our local cosmic...
Dawn Spacecraft Slips Quietly Into Orbit Around Dwarf Planet CeresNBCNews.com
NASA spacecraft nears dwarf planet CeresAl Jazeera America
Watch NASA's orbiter approach the dwarf planet Ceres at 1PM ETEngadget
BBC News-Los Angeles Times-USA TODAY
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Google News Sci Tech: Astronomers view four images of a supernova, in a first - Times of India->

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Times of India

Astronomers view four images of a supernova, in a first
Times of India
WASHINGTON: Astronomers observed four versions of a supernova thanks to the gravity of a cluster of galaxies, which magnified and bent the exploding star's light to create multiple images, scientists said today. Although multiple likenesses have been...
Einstein's Cross: Distant supernova split into four by gravitational lensingCNET
Hubble captures quadruple image of ancient exploding starReuters
Hubble's 'Einstein Cross' Marks the Space-Warping SpotNBCNews.com
Scientific American-Discovery News-Sydney Morning Herald
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Google News Sci Tech: New Report Provides Look Into Apple's Secret Lab for Apple Watch Developers - Ma->

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Mac Rumors

New Report Provides Look Into Apple's Secret Lab for Apple Watch Developers
Mac Rumors
Three weeks ago, it was reported that Apple was inviting developers to the company's Cupertino headquarters to receive help finalizing Apple Watch apps. A new report from Bloomberg Business provides a look into the secret lab where Apple is helping...
Apple Watch: latest rumours and factsTelegraph.co.uk
Apple Watch apps designed to be used for a few seconds at a time, report saysCNET
Apple Watch will change the way you shopComputerworld
Macworld-Vox-Business Today
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Google News Sci Tech: Astronomers find star zooming out of Milky Way - NY City News->

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The Space Reporter

Astronomers find star zooming out of Milky Way
NY City News
Astronomers have found a star that is zooming through the Milky Way galaxy at a speed of around 746 miles (1,200 km) per second, astronomers at Germany-based European Southern Observatory said. Stars, including our Sun, are normally gravitationally...
Fastest Star in Our Galaxy Propelled by a Thermonuclear SupernovaSpace Daily
Fastest star in galaxy spottediAfrica.com
Fastest Star Ever Seen Will Escape from the GalaxyDiscovery News
Reuters-National Monitor-The Space Reporter
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Google News Sci Tech: Installing Java on a Mac? BE CAREFUL - Computerworld->

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Computerworld

Installing Java on a Mac? BE CAREFUL
Computerworld
Oracle is the latest vendor under fire for bundling "potentially unwanted" software. Mac users installing or updating to the latest version Java are finding their shinies infected with the Ask Toolbar. This thing returns poor, ad-infested results, and silently changes...
Oracle: How about some adware to go with that new Java for Mac?BetaNews
Oracle's now dumping Java crapware bundles on your Mac, tooEngadget
Java Now Dumps Adware on to Macs, TooGizmodo
Cult of Mac-TechWeekEurope UK-Graham Cluley Security News
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Google News Sci Tech: El Niño Is Officially Here, But only a Miracle Will Save California - WallS->

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WallStreet OTC

El Niño Is Officially Here, But only a Miracle Will Save California
WallStreet OTC
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association's official declaration on Thursday, El Niño has officially arrived, with a 50-60 percent increased change of continuing its activity this summer. NOAA's report was issued after nearly a year of...
NOAA: El Nino is 'too little, too late' for California droughtLos Angeles Times
El Niño Has Arrived But Will Not End California DroughtChinatopix
El Niño's arrival is too little, too late for drought-ridden CaliforniaMashable
Farm Futures-CBS Local-Press-Enterprise
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