Rose Gold Huawei Watch With Real 22K gold Available for Sale, Starts at $699

If you’re looking for a gorgeous Android Wear smartwatch, Huawei Watch is definitely one of the top contenders. Recently, Huawei launched a Rose Gold version of the Huawei Watch, which comes with a real 22K gold plating stainless steel. The new version of the smartwatch starts at $699. The new rose gold version is quite expensive than the standard version and costs $699 with the leather strap. The company mentioned…

November 22, 2015
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Amazon Echo Now Supports Custom IFTTT Commands

If you have found that your Amazon Echo personal assistant voice commands have become a little limited, you might be interested to know that Amazon and IFTTT have this week announced the ability to create custom commands. Using the IFTTT automation system Amazon Echo owners can now create custom triggers to help with automating different aspects of their life and smart home. Echo connects to Alexa, a cloud-based voice service,…

November 22, 2015
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Star Wars The Force Awakens Has Made $50 Million Before Launch

Star Wars The Force Awakens doesn’t hit the movie theaters until next month and the movie has already more than $50 million in the bank ahead of its launch. The new Star Wars The Force Awakens movie has apparently sold more than $50 million in advance tickets ahead of next months release. The movie has already sold more tickets on Fandango than any other movie before its release, and around…

November 22, 2015
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Facebook Testing Tools To Hide Your Posts From Your Ex

Facebook has announced that it is testing out new tools that will hide your posts from your Ex and you will be able to chose a range of options with this new feature. This new feature is designed to let you still have your Ex as a friend on your profile  page but only let them see what content you want. Facebook is a place for sharing life’s important moments,…

November 22, 2015
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Watch How a Day – 6.4 Earth Years Long – Unfolds on Pluto

Nasa’s New Horizons probe has captured some stunning images of how the day progresses on Pluto and its largest moon Charon. Pluto’s day is 6.4 Earth days long. The images reveal many details about Pluto, including the differences between the encounter hemisphere and the so-called “far side” hemisphere seen only at lower resolution. The images were taken by the Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) and the Ralph/Multispectral Visible Imaging Camera…

November 22, 2015
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Antarctic Ice Melt May Add Less to Ocean Rise Than Thought

Melting Antarctic ice will contribute to soaring sea levels, but new estimates show the threat may be less serious than once thought, researchers said Wednesday. Previous estimates had been for retreating ice around the South Pole to add as much as a metre (three feet) to the world’s ocean level by century’s end. But new modelling projects up to 30 centimetres (12 inches) from thawing Antarctic ice by 2100, and…

November 21, 2015
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China Starts Testing Long March 5, Its Largest and Most Powerful Rocket

China is conducting tests on its largest and most powerful rocket, the Long March 5, in Hainan province for its space operations with plans to make the first launch before the end of next year, a senior space official said. “Engineers are testing whether the rocket’s various systems can work well with the Wenchang center, and after the tests are done successfully, the Long March 5 will perform its first…

November 21, 2015
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Nasa Refines Thermal Protection System of Orion Spacecraft

In a bid to bolster its effort to prepare humans for deeper space missions, Nasa engineers have refined the key thermal protection system of Orion – new exploration spacecraft designed to ferry astronauts to asteroid and Mars. The team has been improving the spacecraft’s heat shield design and manufacturing process since the vehicle successfully travelled to space for the first time last year. On future missions, a silver, metallic-based thermal…

November 21, 2015
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Nasa Calls on SpaceX to Send Astronauts to ISS

SpaceX received orders Friday from the US space agency to send astronauts to the International Space Station in the coming years, helping restore US access to space, Nasa said. The announcement was a formal step in a process that began earlier this year when Boeing was given the nod by Nasa to send crew to the orbiting outpost by late 2017. Both Boeing and SpaceX have received billions in seed…

November 21, 2015
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