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Typhoon Nepartak ravages east, south Taiwan, leaves 3 dead, 142 injured

Typhoon Nepartak ravages east, south Taiwan, leaves 3 dead, 142 injured

Two people were killed and 72 were injured as Super Typhoon Nepartak ravaged Taiwan early Friday with winds up to 150 miles per hour and severe flooding. Most of those affected sustained injuries on their limbs and heads due to the destructive strong winds of Typhoon Nepartak. The storm, in a weakened state, is now spreading heavy rains and strong winds into mainland China.



Florida investigators found laptop in Tesla after fatal crash

Tesla said it had received an automated alert from the auto indicating airbags had been deployed, but never received logs containing details about the state of vehicle controls - which would indicate whether Autopilot was on or off. We have since attempted to contact the customer three times by phone without success. Elon Musk has been defending Autopilot on his Twitter account as the NHTSA investigation moves forward on the fatal crash.



Our chance to see Mars in the night sky

Stargazers are in for a treat as Mars approaches its closest point to Earth for 11 years. Both Earth and Mars do not have ideal circular orbits which mean that there is a certain tug of war between the planets with their gravitational forces that shape their orbits.



Samsung Galaxy Note 6: What To Expect

Consumers can reportedly expect to see the Galaxy S8, the Galaxy S8 edge, the Galaxy Note 7, the Galaxy Note 7 edge and a new device called the Samsung Galaxy X. And for the battery part, we hope Samsung does not reduce the battery capacity if it is not going to increase it. This means that the next flagship, the Galaxy S8, may also switch over to the reversible-connector port, and may improve its build towards a sleeker and slimmer profile.


Microsoft's Cortana is going to war with Google

Microsoft's Cortana is going to war with Google

Ryan Gavin, general manager of search and Cortana, said, "With Windows 10 , we have invested in delivering comprehensive, end-to-end search capabilities that make Windows more personal, intuitive and helpful". Users though still have the option to choose the browser and search engine of their choice. But the Cortana search box is now Bing-and-Edge-only territory.


Microsoft kills off Windows 10's Wi-Fi Sense

Microsoft kills off Windows 10's Wi-Fi Sense

With the latest update , users will also be required to re-install the extensions again from the Windows Store. This option is popular in some browsers, so Microsoft probably saw the potential in it, and brought it to Windows 10. During this time, users downloaded them from Microsoft's servers, but from now on add-ons will continue to be found in the Windows Store. First and foremost, the device will finally get more smart alerts, so it will alert you when it's time to hydrate or to ...