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10 new sci-fi and fantasy books to visit in February

Recently I read Black Leopard, Red Wolf by Marlon James. James is known to have won the prestigious Man Booker Prize for his 2015 book A Brief History of the Seven Kills and he claimed after his victory that he wanted an epic fantasy and said he was "sick and tired" … arguing about whether there should be a black …

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Robot collapses suspected nuclear waste in the Fukushima reactor

A robot equipped with remote-controlled pinchers came across debris suspected of containing molten nuclear fuel at the bottom of one of Fukushima's nuclear reactors World Nuclear News . The bumping and shoving is part of the ongoing cleanup at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant in Japan, the site of a major nuclear accident in 2011. The robot was dangled on …

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The "Carlton Dance" could not be copyrighted for a Fortnite lawsuit

The US Copyright Office refused to register. The Prince of Bel-Air Alfonso Ribeiro's "Carlton Dance" routine, which is likely to weaken lawsuits against two game studios that copied the dance. Take-Two Interactive produced letters and e-mails from the Copyright Office in new legal documents, which raised serious concerns about whether dance was qualified for copyright protection and whether Ribeiro had …

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Watch a satellite spear space junk with a speargun

A British satellite orbiting Earth has successfully tested a very special method for eliminating space debris: piercing objects with a harpoon. In a new video from the spacecraft, the satellite shoots its on-board harpoon to puncture a target field about five feet away. The test was part of the RemoveDEBRIS mission of the University of Surrey to test various ways …

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Fortnites island is shaken by earthquakes

On the island Fortnite is literally shaken. In the recent natural phenomenon that rocks the game, the island was hit with a series of shocks that caused large cracks in the ground. The earthquakes also seem to follow a timetable; If you want to see the next person in person, you'll find a handy countdown timer here. So far, the …

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Samsung opens three US stores next to next week's Galaxy S10 event

Parallel to the unpacked event next week, Samsung is launching three new retail locations in the US, as Engadget states. The new Samsung Experience Stores will be located in Los Angeles, Long Island and Houston, offering a variety of Samsung products for sale, as well as access to repair services and a range of other store experiences. [19659002AlertSamsungwereintroducedintheirproductsinresponsetothecustomer'sdemandsforpracticalexperiencewithitsproductsThisparticularfaceofthecompany'slong-awaitedfold-awaytelephonemightbelikelytoappearduringthenextweekoftheGalaxyS10 A pop-up …

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WhatsApp lets users decide who can add them to groups

We are certain that some of you have experienced this in the past when you were added to a group of random strangers, presumably for spamming purposes. It can be annoying, although the good news is that it is not too difficult to leave these groups. However, there is good news for WhatsApp users in a future update. According to …

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This tiny AI camera works completely with solar energy

A major trend in AI is the transition from cloud to edge computing. Rather than relying remotely on an Internet connection, KI devices are increasingly handling things locally, with algorithms working directly on the device. The benefits of this approach may include faster results, greater security and more flexibility. But how far can you drive this model? [Seattle-basedstartupXnorissuretobeonthepulseoftime This week, …

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