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Todays Top Technology News  
     Thu 27 October 2016

Ars Technica

Hands on with the Surface Studio, Microsoft's first desktop computer
Ars Technica
As a piece of design, there's a lot to like about the Surface Studio. There's no avoiding the fact that its screen, a custom built 28 inch 4500◊3000 unit that's barely more than a centimeter thick—is strikingly gorgeous. It's large, it's bright, its ...
Lenovo Yoga 910 vs. Microsoft Surface Book: Two supercharged 2-in-1s duke it outDigital Trends
Surface Book i7 with Performance Base hands-on: neat, but a missed opportunityThe Next Web
Microsoft's Surface Studio desk-slab, Dial knob, Surface Book: We get our claws on new kitThe Register
Houston Chronicle -NEWS.com.au -The Sydney Morning Herald -NDTV
all 1,236 news articles »


'Patient Zero' GaŽtan Dugas did not trigger US HIV/Aids epidemic, gene study concludes
Genes taken from archived blood samples show the US Aids epidemic started in New York in the early 1970s, definitively debunking the long-held belief that the virus was spread in the early 1980s by a flight attendant who became vilified as "Patient ...
'Patient zero' GaŽtan Dugas not source of HIV/Aids outbreak, study confirmsThe Guardian
HIV Patient Zero cleared by scienceBBC News
'Patient Zero' cleared of starting Aids epidemicITV News
Mirror.co.uk -Daily Mail -The Verge -NPR
all 72 news articles »

Hindustan Times

Warning of 'mass extinction' like dinosaurs
Sky News
Wildlife experts say misuse of natural resources is threatening habitats and pushing irreplaceable species "to the brink". 04:39, UK, Thursday 27 October 2016. Elephants roam through trees and low bush at the Pilanesberg National Park in the North West ...
World wildlife 'falls by 58% in 40 years'BBC News
Humanity decimating planetary wildlifeDaily Mail
Humans Are Close To Killing Off Two-Thirds Of All Wildlife In Just 50 YearsHuffington Post
TIME -The Independent -CNN -The Province
all 31 news articles »

Belfast Telegraph

Arctic warming effect on jet stream may be causing intensely cold winters
Belfast Telegraph
An indirect effect of climate change may be causing intensely cold winters in the UK and US, a study suggests. Warming in the Arctic is thought to be influencing the jet stream, a high-altitude corridor of fast-moving air, leading to severe cold snaps ...
Climate change in Arctic may contribute to extreme cold winters: studyXinhua
You Ought to Have a Look: Lukewarming, Carbon Taxes, and the HFC AgreementCato Institute (blog)
Magical thinking won't stop climate changeNapa Valley Register
iTech Post -Daily Signal -CleanTechnica -YubaNet
all 11 news articles »


Apple Macbook Pro 2016: release date, UK price and best new features
Apple is gearing up to launch three Mac computers this week at its third major product event of the year, according to reports. Having released the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus alongside a new Apple Watch 2 in September, the Cupertino giant is reserving the ...
New MacBook Pro launch event – what to expect from Apple's October 27 Mac eventTrustedReviews
New MacBook Pro: Photos of Apple laptop leakedThe Week UK
Apple leaks images that apparently show new MacBook ProThe Guardian
BBC News -Mirror.co.uk -PCWorld -Alphr
all 611 news articles »

Daily Mail

Samsung scion joins board as profits tank on Note 7
Daily Mail
Samsung heir apparent Lee Jae-Yong took a major step towards control of the family-run conglomerate on Thursday, joining the board as the company reported a 30 percent profit dive following a highly damaging recall crisis. The move is being seen as a ...
Business Day|Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 Debacle Wipes Out Its Mobile ProfitNew York Times
Samsung Posts 30 Percent Drop in Profits on Galaxy Note 7 DebacleNDTV
Galaxy Note 7 recall burns hole in Samsung mobile earningsFinancial Times
PCWorld -Yahoo News -The Indian Express -ZDNet
all 200 news articles »

Daily Mail

A massive 'coronal hole' on the sun is blasting Earth with solar storms
Daily Mail
Solar winds triggered a giant geomagnetic storm this week, raising fears that they could cripple power supplies. The charged particles are coming from a coronal hole on the sun that is currently facing Earth. If Earth's magnetic field was hit by ...
TECH BLACKOUT: Fears mobile phones and gadgets to turn USELESS as solar storm hits EarthExpress.co.uk
A massive hole in the Sun's corona is supercharging aurorae right nowScienceAlert
Solar Storm Lit Up Parts of Northern US with AurorasSpace.com
WalesOnline -West Briton -Mashable -Exeter Express and Echo
all 61 news articles »


BT says it WON'T let homeless people use its public Wi-Fi kiosks to watch porn
BT has taken precautionary measures to ensure that homeless people don't use its new Link WiFi kiosks to watch porn. The telecoms provider said that Link kiosks in the UK will NOT have web browsers, unlike the ones that were installed in New York City ...
LinkUK: BT bringing free public WiFi and calling booths to London from 2017International Business Times UK
UK's Iconic Red Telephone Boxes Will Be Replaced With Wi-Fi KiosksPopular Science
BT's giving London's phone boxes a revamp and they've got free Wi-FiCity A.M.
Total Telecom -Birmingham Mail -Coventry Telegraph -Alphr
all 69 news articles »

The Australian

Alien life is out there: astronomers say star pulses could be messages
The Australian
Tiny pulses of light from more than 200 distant stars may be messages from an alien civilisation, two Canadian astronomers have suggested. The signals - if that is what they are - would have been sent thousands of years ago by an advanced civilisation ...
Alien Life? Scientists Think Strange Signals From Space Could Be Message From ETsThe Inquisitr
Astronomers believe strange new signals coming from space are probably aliensAOL News
Spoiler alert: We'll bet boffins still haven't spotted aliensThe Register
Christian Science Monitor -Aussie Network News -Mirror.co.uk -arXiv.org
all 55 news articles »
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