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‘Super Smash Bros’ For Wii U Has 15 Extra levels In New Update


“Super Smash Bros.” for Wii U gets a new update containing 15 additional stages for the game’s 8-player mode.  Nintendo of Japan announced on Jan. 29th that the new version 1.0.2 update that comes with a 316 MB downloadable content is ...

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California Has Explosion Of Pink Sea Slugs Due to Warmer Oceans

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Warming ocean temperatures are giving rise to new sightings. Sea slugs – not exactly something you want to see – are populating the area off the coast of San Francisco. Rarely seen in this area, scientists are speculating warming ocean ...

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The Pirate Bay Is Back Online Finally After Long 7 Week Shutdown


The Pirate Bay, the world’s most popular site for pirated downloads, is back online after being shut down by Swedish authorities back in December. The website featured an orange phoenix logo and a countdown as of last week, hinting it ...

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ESO’s Very Large Telescope Captures Beautiful “God’s Hand” CG4 Nebula


This week the European Southern Observatory (ESO)’s “Very Large Telescope” (VLT) captured an image of the Hand of God. This nebulous globule is also known as “Maw of the Beast”, and lies around 1,300 light years away from the planet ...

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Cassiopeia A: Supernova Has Bubble- Like Interior From Radioactive Nickle

Scientists have taken a closer look at one of the most well studied supernova remnants in our galaxy, Cassiopeia A. They've created a new 3D map of its interior that reveals surprising, never-before-seen details about the supernova. A photograph of Cas A from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory reveals the supernova remnant's complex structure. (Photo : NASA/CXC/SAO)

Cassiopeia A, or Cas A, was first created about 340 years ago. That’s when a massive star exploded in the constellation Cassiopeia. The extremely hot and radioactive material that streamed outward from the stars core mixed and churned outer debris, ...

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Snapchat Modifies BFs And Also Launches “Discover” App


Snapchat created turmoil after dropping the Best Friends feature which allowed users to see who their contacts had been sharing “snaps” with the most. But the brief messaging service provider soon vowed to reinstate the service to assuage users who said ...

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The Almost “Internet Apocalypse” Facebook, Instagram Down Causes Panic

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For a while (approximately an hour) on Tuesday, two giant Internet social networking sites Facebook and Instagram suddenly went offline. This immediately triggered some panic among their users, with more posting afterward on the microblogging site Twitter about the “social media meltdown.” With ...

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Delaware Plans To Be First State With Digital Licenses

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Delaware intends to be the first state to offer virtual driver’s licenses accessed through a secure smartphone app. “We’d like to go first,” said Jennifer Cohan, director of the Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles and the governor’s nominee for secretary of ...

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That’s So Gay: Google Fixes Gay Slurs


According to a source at ABC News, Google Inc. is currently taking some heat over its translation tool. Up until the still recently reported fix, whenever someone would type the word “gay”, several anti-gay words would appear as suggested synonyms. ...

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New California Bill Aims To Ban E-Cigarettes In Public Areas


San Francisco, along with 120 other cities around the country, has done it; and now state Senator Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, wants all of California to regulate e-cigarettes. E-cigarettes were once a novelty, but now they are becoming increasingly popular. ...

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