Sunday, November 19, 2017

Samsung Announces to Fix to Galaxy S7 Active after receiving bad feedback

Samsung says it has fixed a manufacturing problem that caused some Galaxy S7 Active phones to fail in underwater conditions the phone was designed to withstand. The company says it launched...

‘Stingray’ robots seen swimming on light-activated rat cells.

Harvard researchers have created a penny–sized stingray robot that can swim using genetically-modified rat heart cells activated by LED light. It’s the latest in a new line of robotics that combines silicone...

Looking for the best Back-to-School Printers? Check this out!

You know as well as I do that back-to-school season is underway (and I don’t even have kids). Besides colored pencils and spiral notebooks, every family needs a good versatile printer...

Fake Name for Google Doc’s belonged to a TRUE PERSON

Google doesn't just use "lorem ipsum" as filler text. It has also used "Casey Baumer" as the randomly generated filler name on all its Google Docs prompts because, well, it's so...

Kim and Khloe Kardashian step out in LA looking slimmer than ever following Taylor...

Kim and Khloe Kardashian were all smiles for the cameras when they were spotted out and about in Los Angeles today. The pair left a production studio with a camera crew in...

Twitter CEO replies to Ghostbusters actress Leslie Jones after she’s targeted by vile racist...

witter has finally responded to Ghostbusters actress Leslie Jones . On Monday Leslie announced she was quitting Twitter with "tears and a very sad heart" after being targeted by "sick" trolls. The actress...

Trainee Firefighter Proposes Midair While Hanging From a Building

A trainee FDNY firefighter found a dramatic way to propose: He popped the question while hanging from a rope off the side of a building, fire officials said. Ziyad Santana, a probationary...
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Xbox One to launch in China this month after all

Happy Sunday from Software Expand! In this week's edition of Feedback Loop, we talk about the future of Windows Phone, whether it makes sense...