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The Death of Prince: One Year Later, What Do We Know?

The event is structured in two five-hour shifts, with the same film screenings, panel discussions and concerts held twice each day. Of all the eerily attractive moments while spending time in Paisley Park on the anniversary eve of Prince's death, the most bittersweet was provided by the man himself.


Imagination likely to see Apple royalties slashed, then end

Imagination likely to see Apple royalties slashed, then end

Apple is melting down iPhones , which are returned by customers for recycling, to make minicomputers used in its factories. The technology giant pledged on Thursday 20 April to reduce its reliance on mined raw materials in the pursuit of making its products from renewable resources or recycled material .



Saturn moon 'able to support life'

Although the Cassini mission , which began in 2004, comes to an end this year, Waite is eager for NASA to return to Enceladus and search for life, because he believes it is the best candidate for habitability. "We re looking in a way that we never thought possible before for environments in our solar system which may harbor life today". Missing from the equation still is sulfur and phosphorus; it isn't known at this time whether these two ingredients are also found in the moon's oceans, though ...



Galaxy S8 pre-orders said to exceed S7

The publication added that Galaxy S8 pre-orders also outpaced those for last year's fire-prone and recalled Galaxy Note 7, which had a record 400,000 pre-orders. But to make sure the Bixby English version works seamlessly, Samsung says the virtual assistant won't be available in the US market until May. According to a report from The Wall Street Journal , Bixby could be delayed due to performance issues discovered in the past few weeks.



Space-station supply ship named for John Glenn launches into space

John Glenn", holds almost 7,700 pounds of food, equipment and research for the International Space Station. Once latched to the Earth-facing port on the Unity module, the John Glenn will be unpacked by members of the space station's Expedition 51 crew of its more than 7,600 pounds (3,450 kg) of science research, supplies and hardware.


Atlas rocket blasts off with space station supply ship honoring John Glenn

Atlas rocket blasts off with space station supply ship honoring John Glenn

United Launch Alliance's 19-story Atlas V thundered from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Launch Complex 41 at 11:11 a.m. Tuesday, flying through a few puffy clouds on a northeasterly trajectory over the Atlantic Ocean. Tuesday's successful launch followed a month's delay while United Launch Alliance , a partnership of Lockheed Martin LMT.N and Boeing Co BA.N , resolved a technical issue with the rocket's hydraulic system.