Researchers Uncover How Tourism Badly Affected Yellowstone National Park's
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Scientists have led a study to show what Yellowstone famed hot springs would look like if their splendor was not destroyed by coin-tossing sightseers. A scientific instrument based on optical estimations was utilized by the analysts to figure out what causes the …
Recreating the colors of Yellowstone's Hot SpringsModVive
Researchers determine what Yellowstone Hot springs would look like with TouristsPerfScience
The secret behind the color of Yellowstone Hot Springs – Coins and debrisPioneer News
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West Virginia To Receive Major Refund from T-Mobile
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia will receive $211,000 from T-Mobile US over billing for unauthorized charges. Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced the state's portion of the settlement Friday. The Federal Trade Commission said T-Mobile is …
T-Mobile paying up to $90M for unwanted servicesMidland Daily News
More than 61K in Hawaii said to be cramming victimsMaui News
61K in Hawaii could get T-Mobile settlement refundThegardenisland.com
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Android gives Google a search monopoly? Not so fast, says judge
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A US District Court judge has cast doubt on an antitrust lawsuit filed against Google, describing the damages sought as “speculative.” The class-action suit filed earlier this year alleges that Google engages in illegal anti-competitive behavior by requiring …
Google Driving Toward Android-Powered CarsSci-Tech Today
Google's Android M to Get Baked Into Vehicles via Android AutoModern Readers
Google Seeks Partners for Self-Driving CarWall Street Journal
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Socket wrench design emailed to International Space Station by NASA
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On Wednesday, NASA emailed the design of a socket wrench to astronauts so that they could print it out in the orbit. According to Made In Space, this is the first tool to be designed on the ground, sent into orbit, printed and used successfully in zero gravity at …
International Space Station crew gets new ratchet over emailEconomic Times
ISS astronauts have been emailed a socket wrenchGeek
NASA emails wrench to space, astronaut prints it outRedOrbit
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How Scientists Found Deepest-Ever Fish 5 Miles Down
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An underwater voyage has found an unidentified species of fish more than 5 miles down — deeper than any other fish has ever been found before. The white, translucent fish, found in early December in the Mariana Trench below the Pacific Ocean, was 8,145 …
Reports: Strange new fish found at record-breaking 5 miles deepChron.com
New record: Ethereal deep-sea fish lives 5 miles underwater [Video]Los Angeles Times
Weird Snailfish Discovered In The Ethereal Deep SeaThe Capital Wide
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Elon Musk's Hyperloop prototype to be built as early as next year
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Summary: Hyperloop would entirely revolutionize the way travel happens, and after being born from Elon Musk's imagination – the concept is finally getting some real life effort with the help of engineers and designers.
Is California's Hyperloop train closer to reality? Startup CEO has 'no doubt'The Guardian
Startup: Musk's 'hyperloop' is feasible and should be nationwideSFGate
Hyperloop Startup Wants to Connect the Entire USAPC Magazine
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Latest data shows Philae may have been saved by a crater rim
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The Philae lander was released by the European Space Agency's (ESA) Rosetta craft on November 12th as it orbited comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The plan was for Philae to float down toward the surface and attach itself with harpoons before doing …
Rosetta's Comet Lander Will Revive After Bumpy Touchdown, Scientists SayNational Geographic
Year in Space: Rosetta Mission's Comet Landing Takes the PrizeNBCNews.com
Science dubs Rosetta breakthrough of year: Space sweeps 2014 science storiesChristian Science Monitor
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Sony Hack Fallout: MPAA, Google Spar Over Specter of SOPA
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In response to that story, Google SVP and general counsel Kent Walker blogged that the company was worried that the studios, with the help of a state attorney general, were reviving the campaign for tough anti-piracy legislation that ran Into a Silicon …
Google lawsuit forces MPAA-backed attorney general to retreatEngadget
Google SUES Mississippi Attorney General 'for doing MPAA's dirty work'The Register
Google sues Mississippi Attorney General over 'unconstitutional' requestsScience Recorder
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N Korea seeks joint Sony hack probe

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North Korea urges a joint inquiry with the US into a cyber-attack on Sony that led to the studio cancelling the release of the film The Interview. …read more

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Warblers Can Sense Storms and Tornadoes From Hundreds Miles Away
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The wildlife biologists David Andersen along with the US Geological Survey and University of Minnesota carried out the research. The study shows that the birds flew away from few regions of the United States in order to protect it selves from storms.
Birds 'heard tornadoes coming' and fled one day aheadBBC News
Birds clear out of breeding ground as severe weather approachesArs Technica
Feathered Forecasters? Tiny Birds Knew Killer Tornadoes Were ComingNBCNews.com
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