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OHP missile frigates for american allies

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As reported by the service, the US House of Representatives has agreed to donate or sell eight Oliver Hazard Perry units. Their new owners will be: Taiwan, Mexico and Thailand. Taiwan plans to buy four frigates, $ 10 million per piece, which will certainly not meet China’s approval. These will be USS Taylor (FFG 50), […]

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Three-dimensional dizziness

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The first three-dimensional projection was conducted in the United States in the 1920s. On a larger scale, three-dimensional films appeared in the 70s and 80s, also in the USA. At the same time, the inhabitants had the opportunity to view three-dimensional images in Baikal’s cinema. Commune ruled, and then Soviet productions were as gray as […]

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Three-dimensional LG TVs

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LG is preparing for 2010 a whole series of products that support 3D technology – including projectors and 42- to 72-inch diagonal screens. In addition to the first three-dimensional Full HD LCD monitor, the company LG is gearing up next year for a real 3D technology assault. In 2010, three-dimensional projectors will be on the […]

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Xiaomi showed Mi Pad 2 tablet

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The Chinese company today unveiled its first smartphone equipped with a fingerprint reader, but this is not the only product that will soon be available for sale. It also includes the latest tablet, the Mi Pad 2, the second generation of the popular device launched since March last year. The dimensions of the tablet are […]

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Hacker attack in germany Leaked millions of passwords

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After another mass data theft, German Internet users were asked to change their passwords. Hackers managed to gain access to 18 million passwords and access codes to private users’ computers and their email addresses. It is believed that there are among them about 3 million passwords and addresses of German Internet users. The prosecutor in […]

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Uber Beacon will help you get to the right car

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Uber, a specialty vehicle company, has developed a tool called the Beacon, which will allow customers to more easily recognize her car. This way, the customer will never go to a random car again. Unlike taxis, Uber cars are not marked in any way and look like private cars. Sometimes it can happen a mistake […]

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New generation Smart TV

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At IFA Samsung, the leader in the TV market, unveiled a new idea for Smart TV. Multi View and Smart Hub features on OLED TVs have made a great impression on the visitors. All the more so, you can use hand gestures to handle new TVs. The ES9500 OLED TV has Multi View function and […]

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Galaxy Note Samsung Galaxy

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The first Samsung device in the Galaxy Note series was hardly a smartphone, but could not be classified as a tablet at the same time. His successor will retain the same intermediate size, but a parallel 10-inch tablet will appear on the market in the Note series. In fact, it can already be ordered at […]

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Brazil again blocks WhatsApp

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Brazilian state authorities have taken another attempt to harm Facebook by blocking the popular WhatsApp app. Fortunately, as before, this operation was completely ineffective and a well-known instant messenger is again available to the users. Brazil has to suffer some serious aversion to Facebook and its services, as the judge in Rio de Janeiro has […]

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The cause of the SpaceX explosion is still unknown

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Elon Musk is still searching for the cause of the Falcon 9 rocket explosion that occurred a few days ago. SpaceX’s consortium chief appeals to all video-deliverers from its launch. He counts on the help materials to find a solution to this puzzle. A few days ago, the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket ship, […]

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Voice-controlled smartphone

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Smartphone manufacturers feel that touch screens are no longer sufficient to control their devices and are increasingly incorporating gesture control systems into their equipment. ZTE also thinks about making it easier for users of its own products, but has gone in a slightly different direction and has created a voice-controlled smartphone. ZTE Star 2 is […]

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Voice-controlled smartphone

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Smartphone manufacturers feel that touch screens are no longer sufficient to control their devices and are increasingly incorporating gesture control systems into their equipment. ZTE also thinks about making it easier for users of its own products, but has gone in a slightly different direction and has created a voice-controlled smartphone. ZTE Star 2 is […]

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In Norway, tests of autonomous boats began

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On the Norwegian Trondheimsfjorden began official tests of autonomous boats. The project, in collaboration with the government, universities and private companies, is designed to develop technologies that will take control of the watercraft in the future. Manufacturers of autonomous vehicles test their inventions already in many countries. The case, however, looks quite different in the […]

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Summer shooting ban

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The White House is undoubtedly the most interesting place in the whole United States that every American would love to see. Although tours are organized there, however, none of its participants had been able to take photos during its time. Now the 40-year ban on shooting has been lifted. The seat of the President of […]

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Apple builds prototype components for its car

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Project Titan is one of Apple’s most mysterious projects. Although it has not been officially proclaimed yet, we know that it concerns the work on the first electric car. And according to the latest reports, they follow the plan. The media recently reported that Apple has recently acquired a few automotive specialists and may use […]

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Facebok penalized for selling the app

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Two parents are suing Facebook for selling apps to minors without the knowledge of tutors. They insist that the portal regulate this issue and also return the money they have illegally collected from credit cards. Facebook has a problem that can cost a giant business money. The portal for compensation was forced to return money […]

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End of battery problems in Surface Pro 3

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Surface Pro’s current battery problem in May, last year, has finally caught the attention of the manufacturer of the device. Microsft engineers looked at the hardware and found that the trouble was caused by the defective software installed on it. Surface Pro 3 owners have been complaining about battery problems for a few months now, […]

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Hackers took over private photos of Pippy Middleton

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The British “The Sun” claims that one hacker broke into a private account at iCloud, owned by Pippy Middleton. He claims 50,000 pounds in ransom for abandoning the publication of her private photos and information. It ensures that it has over 3000 photographs. It would seem that the scandal of Apple’s iCloud service, from which […]

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Audi tests autonomous car

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Ingolstadt started another phase of testing its autonomous vehicle, this time on the German A9 motorway. The self-driving Audi A7 called Jack appeared there to allow testing of the latest technologies that will be on board production models in the near future. During the tests, a complete novelty was checked for future car models, namely […]

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Affected staff and subscribers

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The leak of employee names, e-mail addresses, telephone and fax numbers and the same data of the European Space Agency’s subscribers is the result of the hackers claiming to be Anonymous. HackRead, who claimed to be the author of a hacker attack, justified their behavior in a rather absurd way: “BECAUSE THEY HAPPEN AND WE […]

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