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Tech Times

Overwhelming Majority Of Seabirds Will Have Plastic In Their Guts By 2050
Tech Times
Researchers found that almost all population of seabirds will have plastic debris in their gut by 2050. If current trends continue and effective waste management measures will not take place, this prediction is more likely to happen. (Photo : Trevor ...
Plastic Will be in 99 Percent of Seabird Tummies by 2050 if Pollution ContinuesScience World Report
Almost All Sea Bird Species Could Be Eating Plastic by 2050CityLab
Study says 90 percent of seabirds have ingested plasticThe Spokesman Review
Laboratory Equipment -Newsmax -NBCNews.com
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Phys.Org

NASA to study Arctic climate change ecosystem impacts
Phys.Org
NASA's ABoVE campaign will combine field work, airborne surveys, satellite data and computer modeling to study the effects of climate change on Arctic and boreal ecosystems, such as this region at the base of the Alaska Range south of Fairbanks. Credit ...
Obama Uses Arctic Trip to Hammer Republicans on Climate …Foreign Policy
Global Warming Carves Out Measurable Changes In AlaskaRapid News Network
John Kerry warns of increasing pace of Arctic glacier meltWashington Times
GlobalPost -WDAM-TV -SFGate
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IBNLive

Report: Apple considers move into original programming
USA TODAY
Netflix may have some fresh competition over original entertainment programming. According to Variety, Apple has held "preliminary conversations" with Hollywood executives about creating its own entertainment content. The report cites unnamed sources.
Apple May Be Taking On Netflix and AmazonTIME
Apple might start producing video content, Netflix-styleMashable
Apple looks to Netflix model with original TV, films for rumoured streaming ...ZDNet
Quartz -Bloomberg -CNBC
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Christian Science Monitor

Why researchers are concerned about 'grey swan' hurricanes
Christian Science Monitor
Scientists are working to quantify the risk of exceptionally devastating hurricanes. While such events are extremely rare, researchers encourage city planners and officials to prepare for storm surges far beyond what they have previously seen.
Rare Grey Swan Hurricanes Could Pose The Big HazardsThe Market Business
Rare Grey Swan Hurricanes Could Pose Big HazardsI4U News
Study: Deadly, Powerful Hurricanes (500 mph) could pummel the United StatesTimes Gazette
Washington Post -California Turkish Times -Ars Technica
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Computerworld

The Apple Cisco deal may change the world (not just the enterprise)
Computerworld
Fundamental. Apple and Cisco have revealed a key partnership that promises to unleash forces enterprises seek as they engage with digital transformation – use of the world's most popular enterprise devices, optimized for use on key global networks and ...
The Morning Download: Apple-Cisco Partnership Reflects Changing Approaches to WorkWall Street Journal (blog)
Apple, Cisco Team On iOS For BusinessesInformationWeek
Cisco and Apple -- A Seamless Partnership?No Jitter
Bidness ETC -Geek Snack -CBS Local
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PCWorld

Samsung's circular Gear S2 smartwatches run Tizen
PCWorld
Samsung has made its latest foray into the smartwatch market with the new Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic, expanding its ever-evolving lineup of wearables. The watches, announced Monday, have circular screens 1.2 inches in diameter, making them stand ...
Samsung's latest smartwatch is dripping with Apple envyFortune
​Samsung's round, Tizen powered Gear S2 revealedZDNet
Samsung launches Gear S2 smartwatch ahead of IFA tech showTelegraph.co.uk
CTV News -CNET -Korea Times
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Computerworld

Apple iPhone jailbreak? STOP! KeyRaider is your worst iOS nightmare come true
Computerworld
Don't jailbreak your iPhone or iPad. That's the stark warning given by some commentators after a huge hack came to light. Hundreds of thousands of Apple accounts got hijacked, thanks to the KeyRaider iOS malware from a Cydia repo in China. Of course ...
iOS jailbreak malware stole 225000 Apple IDs across 18 countries, but it's ...9 to 5 Mac (blog)
iOS malware steals 225000 Apple accounts from jailbroken devicesTechnoBuffalo
Malware steals 225000 Apple logins from jailbroken iPhonesTechSpot
Techaeris -SlashGear -Apple Insider
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Mashable

Google self-driving cars don't need windshield wipers
Mashable
Google said Monday that it is bringing its self-driving prototype cars to Austin. The company brought one of its Koala cars to Thinkery, a children's museum in Austin, where they received some interesting questions. See also: Google self-driving cars ...
Google to expand tests of self-driving cars in Austin with its own prototypesPCWorld
Wanna confuse a Google car? Do a track stand on your bikeDigital Trends
Google's pod-like self-driving cars are hitting the streets of AustinFortune
PC Magazine -The Verge -CBS Local
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Fox News

Fragments of world's oldest Koran may predate Muhammad, scholars say
Fox News
July 22, 2015: A university assistant shows fragments of an old Koran at the University in Birmingham, England. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein) (The Associated Press). British scholars have suggested that fragments of the world's oldest known Koran, which ...
Is the world's oldest Quran older than Muhammad?Daily American Online
Scientists Reveal Oldest Quran in the World Could be Older Than MuhammadYibada (English Edition)
Scientists Say Oldest Koran Discovered in England Pre-dates MohammedCapital Wired
Newsmax -Regal Tribune
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Los Angeles Times

Found: A 6-foot-long 'sea scorpion' that lived 450 million years ago
Los Angeles Times
Scientists have found evidence of a giant scorpion-like animal that roamed the seas hundreds of millions of years before the dinosaurs. lRelated Scientists break 75-million-year-old dinosaur fossils and find blood cells · Science Now · Scientists break ...
'Bizarre' giant sea scorpion may have been the world's first big predatorWashington Post (blog)
Fossils Show Big Bug Ruled the Seas 460 Million Years AgoNew York Times
This Massive, Prehistoric Sea Scorpion May Have Been One of the World's First ...Science World Report
Yibada (English Edition) -CNN International
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