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With 120000 deaths, U.N. confirms 'catastrophic collapse' of endangered ...

Mashable

The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) confirmed reports Thursday of a widespread die-off in critically endangered saiga antelope throughout central Kazakhstan, reporting that more than 120,000 of the animals have died since mid-May.

And then the Google guy says: Of course you can use Android Wear without a ...

The Register

Google I/O Apple may be winning the PR war with its Watch, but Google thinks an open platform, and some nifty Android Wear software, can give it the edge in the smartwatch world. At its annual Google I/O developers shindig in San Francisco, the Chocolate ...

Google I/O Day 2 Is All About Projects, Partnerships, Clothes, And Smartphones

Tech News Today

The day one at Google I/O 2015 was all about mobile and Internet, it revolved around updated services and products that Google was bringing such as the new Android version, Android M, fixes to YouTube, Chrome, Google Maps, Inbox, Photos App, Android ...

Photo app smackdown: Google, Apple or Yahoo?

USA TODAY

LOS ANGELES -- Let the smartphone photo wars begin! In one corner, it's Google Photos, as the search giant takes on Apple's iCloud, Yahoo's redesigned Flickr app, Dropbox, Microsoft and others, in a bid to be the one-stop app home for all your photos and ...

Apple Assists Users With iPhone Message Crashes

InformationWeek

Users who receive a text message with a specific string of characters find the text crashes iMessage -- Apple has issued instructions for a temporary fix. 10 iPhone Apps You've Never Heard Of. (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) The latest bug to ...

Cassini to Get Final View of Saturn's Weird 'Spongy' Moon

Discovery News

As NASA's Cassini spacecraft enters the final phase of its epic mission around Saturn, mission scientists are planning the probe's final flyby of one of the strangest moons in the solar system. Cassini Shocked by Saturn's Spongy Moon. So far, images of the ...

VIDEO: Origami Drone Folds Itself, Self-Destructs

PC Magazine

Researchers at MIT have created an incredible new drone that folds, walks, swims and dissolves. The kicker? It weighs roughly 0.01 ounces. Start the robot by placing it on a hot surface—it will then assemble itself and zoom around according to your ...

Unlike what was previously believed, modern humans migrated from Africa via ...

Times Gazette

According to findings from a new study, it has been noted that human population of modern times migrated from Africa via Egypt unlike what was hitherto believed. A new genomic study of Egyptian and Ethiopian population has shown that migration followed ...

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