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Photos: The Hubble Space Telescope is 26 years old and still blowing our minds
This weekend marks the 26th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope's ride into orbit on the space shuttle Discovery. Despite its age and storied history, the Hubble continues to be a crucial tool for astronomers. It also continues to absolutely blow ...
Hubble captures a stellar blue 'Bubble' photo for its birthday
Hubble sees a star 'inflating' a giant bubble
Space Photos of the Week: Hubble Spots a Big Blue Bubble
US Drops NY Fight with Apple After Gaining Access to iPhone
This time there was no hack required. The U.S. Justice Department on Friday dropped its effort to force Apple to help unlock an iPhone in a drug case in New York after someone provided authorities the passcode to access the device. In a letter filed in ...
US Drops Case to Force Apple to Unlock iPhone
DOJ withdraws motion to force Apple to unlock NYC iPhone [u]
Feds Get Into iPhone in NY Case, Ending Active Apple Litigation
Why Even President Trump Won't Kill The Climate Deal
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry holds his 2-year-old granddaughter as he signs the Paris agreement on climate change, April 22, 2016. When the leading Republican presidential candidate calls climate change a hoax dreamed up by the Chinese ...
Old books get new life as the ultimate prom dress
The Latest: US says world closer to key goal on climate deal
175 nations sign landmark Paris deal on climate change
Christian Science Monitor
Charles Darwin's finches are pecking their way through evolution
Christian Science Monitor
Charles Darwin observed finches in the Galápagos while developing his theory of evolution by natural selection. Those finches' beaks are still evolving today, and scientists have identified a gene associated with their size.
New Gene Discovery Makes Darwin's Finches Even More Interesting
Scientists identify gene Linked to variations in beak size among Darwin's finches
China Shut Down Apple's Book And Movie Services. What's Next?
The New York Times reported Thursday that Apple's iBooks Store and iTunes Movies were shut down in China at the request of the government, just six months after opening. News of the closures come just as Apple prepares to announce earnings next week ...
Closing of iTunes Movies Shows Apple Isn't Immune to Chinese Regulators
Report: iTunes Movies and iBooks Stores in China Ordered Closed by Chinese State Agency
Apple's iTunes Movies, iBooks No Longer a Thing in China
Apple requires all new watchOS apps be native by June 1
In an announcement to developers on Friday, Apple said come June 1, all new watchOS titles submitted to the App Store must be native apps built with the company's latest watchOS 2 software development kit. The upcoming requirement, published on ...
Apple requiring all new Watch apps to be native by June
Running out of space on your iPhone? Here's eight tips to help you quickly and easily free up space
iOS Adoption Rates: 84 Percent Of Apple Devices Now Run iOS 9
Fiat Chrysler recalls 1.1 million cars, SUVs for rollaway issue
WASHINGTON Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCHA.MI) said on Friday it is recalling more than 1.1 million cars and SUVs worldwide because the vehicles may roll away after drivers exit. The automaker said the recall is linked to as many as 41 injuries ...
Business roundup: Fiat Chrysler recalls more than 1.1 million vehicles
Gear shift confusion causes Chrysler recall
Fiat Chrysler Announces Recall of 1.1 Million Autos
China has shut down Apple's online book and movie services as it imposes strict rules governing what can be published on the net.
A system that tracks people rather than animals is being tested in a reserve in South Africa as part of fight against rhino poaching.
More than nine million virtual reality (VR) headsets will be shipped in 2016, suggests research by analyst firm IDC.