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Huawei Unveils the Long-Awaited Huawei Mate 10 and Huawei Mate 10 Pro

Huawei Unveils the Long-Awaited Huawei Mate 10 and Huawei Mate 10 Pro

The Shenzhen-based group's new Mate 10 phone appears just weeks after Apple unveiled its top-of-the-line iPhone X , a timing choice many industry observers have read as a direct challenge to the California tech titan. The Pro has a rear fingerprint-sensor, IP67-waterproofing, and IR blaster. There is also an 8MP front shooter with f/2.0 aperture for selfies. The most expensive Mate 10 variant is the special edition PORSCHE DESIGN Mate 10 , as it costs €1,395 in Europe.



Now, explore planets and moons using Google maps: Here's how

Ever wondered how far you can zoom out of Google Maps? This might sound a little forward-thinking, but the future is now. But now you can see images of Jupiter's moons Io, Europa and Ganymede and Saturn's moons Mimas, Dione , Enceladus , Rhea, Titan, and Iapetus .


Volvo unveils first Polestar model, part of green vehicle push in China

Volvo unveils first Polestar model, part of green vehicle push in China

The Polestar 1, shown Tuesday at an event in Shanghai, will go on sale in mid-2019 as a limited production sports coupe that will be the first of three new cars dedicated to Volvo's new performance division. For one thing, even though Volvo's Scaleable Platform Architecture (SPA) was the Polestar 1's starting architecture, 50 per cent of the chassis is all new.


Watch astronauts goof off on the ISS with a fidget spinner

Watch astronauts goof off on the ISS with a fidget spinner

The internet's scientific prayers have been answered: we now know definitively what happens when you spin a fidget spinner in space. When the astronauts grabbed onto the spinner, they in turn begin to spin. you make them of course!" he wrote at the time. If you ever want to see a real spaceship roaring through the sky, you can subscribe to NASA's "Spot the Station" service , which notifies you when the ISS will be passing over your location.


Out of control Chinese space station visible over Oklahoma Tuesday evening

Out of control Chinese space station visible over Oklahoma Tuesday evening

Chinese space station " heavenly Palace " falling to the Ground, the falling speed is accelerated. At this time, China's first addition to the core module was the Tiangong-2, which launched previous year, appears to still be operating. In the crashes that happened before on Earth, there were no reports of any injuries. He previously warned that there was no way of telling exactly where the space station was going to plunge to Earth.


DEA responds to explosive

DEA responds to explosive "60 Minutes" report about opioid crisis

Barber, who left the DEA in 2011 to work at a law firm representing drug companies, was key in the bill Marino ushered through Congress, testifying in favor of the legislation. The opioid epidemic had already taken 200,000 lives by 2016, a figure roughly three times the US casualties in the Vietnam war. There is no end in sight.