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Samsung to launch US retail stores in smartphone push - Times Now Samsung to launch US retail stores in smartphone push  Times NowSan Franciso: Samsung announced Friday it will open three US retail stores to promote its Galaxy line of smartphones as the South Korean giant sets to launch ...
The Latest: US tops World in Rising Stars game, 161-144 - Charlotte Observer The Latest: US tops World in Rising Stars game, 161-144  Charlotte ObserverKyle Kuzma of the Los Angeles Lakers scored 35 points, Jayson Tatum of the Boston Celtics added 30 and the U.S. beat the World team 161-144 in the Rising ...
PUBG Mobile 0.11.0 update bringing Zombie Mode, weapon skins, new costumes and top features you never knew - Times Now PUBG Mobile 0.11.0 update bringing Zombie Mode, weapon skins, new costumes and top features you never knew  Times NowTencent Mobile owned PUBG Mobile is currently posting teasers for the upcoming update which is slated to roll out by February 19 and ...
Where’s the Nobel Prize for the Bureaucrats? - The New York Times Where’s the Nobel Prize for the Bureaucrats?  The New York TimesIn science, as in sports, some of the most important action happens off season and on the sidelines.
Fears of OpenAI’s super-trolling artificial intelligence are overblown Elon Musk-backed firm OpenAI has built a text-generating AI that it says is too dangerous to release because of potential misuse
A dialect quiz shows we still cling to our regional identities The New York Times' online quiz can pinpoint where in the UK or Ireland you grew up by the words you use and how you say them. We asked a linguist to explain why dialects persist
For scientists, the ripple effects of the government shutdown are still spreading - Los Angeles Times For scientists, the ripple effects of the government shutdown are still spreading  Los Angeles TimesThe government shutdown forced NIST to lock up a neutron research center for 25 days. The ripple effects of the closure will be felt for months.
The children striking over climate change speak to New Scientist New Scientist went to meet the UK schoolchildren who have left their classrooms to join a global protest that calls for the government to declare a climate emergency
Innovative ways to assess climate change risks and costs An EU-funded project on assessing climate change risks and costs is taking its research out of universities and working with various end-user communities to design better ways to help citizens adapt.
Safe water solutions thanks to Euro-African 'cleantech' collaboration Clean water is a human right and a major contributor to sustainable development. But large parts of Africa still have very poor access to it. That needs to change and an EU-backed international consortium is working on clean water technology ...
The work of the biometrics commissioner and the forensic science regulator inquiry Science and Technology Committee inquiry into the work of the biometrics commissioner and the forensic science regulator
Biometrics strategy and forensic services examined The Science and Technology Committee questions the Minister for Countering Extremism, the Biometrics Commissioner and the Forensic Science Regulator
Goodbye, Internet Explorer
Microsoft's legendary browser is getting replaced. It's about time.
Internet Explorer 4, released by Microsoft in 1997.

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