Sri Lanka attack shows ISIS is not 'Junior Varsity': counter-terror expert

ISIS militants are still masters of guerilla warfare, counter-terror expert warns after Sri Lanka massacre Former Israeli Special Forces soldier Aaron Cohen reacts to ISIS claiming responsibility for the Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka. Despite a weakened presence in places such as Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State terrorist group remains a serious threat, said Aaron Cohen, a counter-terrorist and security […]

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Volkswagen is bringing a fully-electric SUV to China

Volkswagen is planning to release a fully-electric SUV in China which could compete with Tesla’s Model X. The German automaker said Sunday the ID. ROOMZZ will be unveiled at the upcoming Shanghai Auto Show and will be available in 2021. Volkswagen says the zero-emission vehicle can go approximately 280 miles before the battery has to be recharged. The concept car […]

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The HSBC banking app is down after an outage and customers are furious

The HSBC banking app has collapsed, stopping people from making transfers or payments. People who tried to use the app have been shown a warning telling them to come back later. HSBC said: ‘Our mobile app is currently unavailable. ‘Please check back later.’ On Twitter, one HSBC customer called Neil Cooper wrote: ‘All HSBC online services down (again)? Personal and […]

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The Mega Sg is the Ferrari of playing old Sega games in HD

Compatible with original Sega Mega Drive games, and capable of running them authentically in full HD and with close to zero lag, the Mega Sg is retro gaming wizardry that can turn your decades-old favourites into something that looks and sounds like it was released this year. American media would indicate that Nintendo's machines were the de facto game consoles of […]

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Sara Gilbert is leaving ‘The Talk’

“The Talk” is poised to lose another longtime co-host: Sara Gilbert, who also created the CBS chatfest, announced on Tuesday’s broadcast that she plans to leave the show at the end of its current ninth season. “This is something that I have been struggling with for a while, and going back and forth, but I’ve decided that it’s time for […]

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The ISS is chock-full of bacteria and fungi: study

It turns out astronauts aren’t alone on the International Space Station. A new study reported by Gizmodo found that a “diverse population of bacteria and fungi” populate the ISS based on 14 months of research. The results, published in the Microbiome Journal, conclude that “intact/viable bacteria and fungi found on surfaces in closed space systems” have been effectively cataloged for […]

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Amazon’s Alexa is about to become your personal doctor

Dr. Alexa is in the house. Amazon’s voice assistant has gained several skills that will allow consumers to ask questions such as “Alexa, pull up my blood glucose readings” and get prompt responses, CNBC reported. The tech giant can now sign business agreements with health providers under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, which means approved third-party […]

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Nasa is hoping to send astronauts to Mars within 15 years

Humans could land on Mars in just 15 years time, Nasa has claimed. Speeding up efforts to put astronauts back on the Moon will enable Nasa to bring a Mars landing closer, the space agency’s chief has said. Jim Bridenstine said US President Donald Trump’s desire to put humans back on the Moon by the year 2024 would provide an […]

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