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You can delete Samsung’s phone bloatware in China – Engadget

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You can delete Samsung’s phone bloatware in China
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Samsung isn’t waiting around for the verdict of a Chinese lawsuit over bloatware to take action. The company will offer patches in August that let local Android phone owners delete unwanted pre-installed apps on both the Galaxy Note 3, the example
Chip Sales Buttress Samsung’s EarningsThe Chosun Ilbo

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Blue Moon Is Here – Huewire News

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Blue Moon Is Here
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An uncommon blue moon will light up the sky on Friday. The blue moon, which alludes to the additional full moon that happens over a schedule year, won’t be seen again until 2018, so stargazers and cosmologists alike will be taking advantage of the …
With blue moon occurring Friday night comes superstitions as wellRapid News Network
Highlights from this Friday’s blue moon eventNewsQuench
Friday’s rare Blue Moon event to happen again in 2018The Next Digit
Christian Science Monitor –Clapway –Belfast Telegraph
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Baby bees are vaccinated before they are born – AOL News

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Baby bees are vaccinated before they are born
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Scientists have known this for some time, but the process by which bee-immunization occurs has eluded the entomological community for years. That may be changing. An international team of researchers recently published a study in the journal PLOS …
No Sting Required: How Queen Bees Naturally Vaccinate Their BabiesYibada (English Edition)
Bees Vaccinate Their Babies Even Before They Are Born, Study FindsHeadlines & Global News
Offspring of bees are immunized naturallyNorthern Californian
The Hullabaloo Online –Health24 –Medical News Today
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Similar to a strider Tiny robotic insect can leap high – The Market Business

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Similar to a strider Tiny robotic insect can leap high
The Market Business
Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering has a history of creating tiny, insect-inspired robots, and its latest one can stand and jump on water just like a strider. The Wyss group has teamed up with scientists from Korea’s Seoul
Robotic insect mimics nature’s extreme movesECNmag.com
VIDEO: Watch a robot water strider walk on water like JesusNature World Report
Scientists Create Robotic Insect That Can Walk On WaterTV Newsroom

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