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SpaceX plans return to space by November

SpaceX plans return to space by November

A SpaceX-led accident investigation is underway, overseen by the Federal Aviation Administration's Commercial Space Transportation office. Reports say that the rocket exploded during the procedure but the cause of the explosion remains unknown until today.


Michael Fassbender strikes a familiar pose in these Assassin's Creed movie stills

Michael Fassbender strikes a familiar pose in these Assassin's Creed movie stills

If you dove into the Assassin's Creed series with Black Flag or Syndicate, the remastered collection presents an ideal opportunity to revisit some of the games that helped define the franchise's story and gameplay. Fans should be aware, however, that multiplayer features look set to be lost in translation to the Xbox One and PS4. Exciting game content and bonus films - Learn more about Ezio's life with the complete Assassin's Creed Lineage and Assassin's Creed Embers short films ...


Trump grants interview to Russia-backed TV network

Trump grants interview to Russia-backed TV network

Trump has expressed admiration for Putin in the past after the Russian leader praised him, and Graham was unhappy with the latest comparison of Putin and Obama, even if Obama is from the opposing party. Clinton called the North Korea test "outrageous and unacceptable", saying she supports imposing additional US and United Nations sanctions. That right there was basically the extent of what Donald Trump said after every single question he was asked.


3-wheeled electric vehicle could go on sale soon

3-wheeled electric vehicle could go on sale soon

Deliveries are forecast to begin in the first quarter of next year. Electra Meccanica is taking pre-orders for the Solo with a $250 refundable deposit. The 10-foot-long Solo is 14 inches longer than a Smart Fortwo, but 19 inches shorter than a Fiat 500. The onboard charger enables level 1 and 2 charging.



Samsung launches Galaxy Note 7 exchange programme

Samsung acknowledged the situation and issued the first ever global recall of 2.5 million Galaxy Note7 devices. The massive Galaxy Note 7 recall could cost the company millions as lots of units will have to be replaced. There have already been two reported incidents in the country where the Galaxy Note 7 caught on fire while the users were charging the device. In a statement posted to their site, Samsung Australia said concerned customers should return the phone to the outlet where ...