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The Science Behind the Samsung Galaxy Note 7's Battery Fires

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is suffering the same fate as countless hoverboards — there are reports that some phones…

Shrinking Camera Tech Turned Smartphones Into Super Shooters

When Apple unveiled its new iPhone 7 last week, Senior Vice President of Hardware Engineering Phil Schiller called the device's…

South Africa Universities to Offer B.Sc degree in Witchcraft

Universities in South Africa are now allowed to offer B.Sc degree in Witchcraft, thanks to Blade Nzimande The Minister for…

Two decades and waiting: why are nuclear tests still legal?

Monday, 29 August marked International Day against Nuclear Tests. Declared by the United Nations General Assembly on 2 December 2009, the…

Why there are fewer Volvo cars in Nigeria

One of the famous European car brands, Volvo is going extinct on Nigerian roads, but a trained mechanic disclosed that…

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Lessons from Kenya about what’s holding back solar technology in Africa

The spread of solar and other modern energy technologies in African countries is considerably low. Despite the global viability and…

Technology can boost active citizenship – if it’s chosen well

Civic technology initiatives are on the rise. They are using new information and communication technologies to improve transparency, accountability and…

A fresh focus on new approaches to recycling tyres is needed

The number of vehicles is growing worldwide and as a result the number of tyres is increasing too. Hundreds of…

‘CIA Allowed Me To Go Inside An Alien UFO Spacecraft At Area 51’: Senior Canadian Official’s Death Bed Confession [Video]

Paul Hellyer, a former Canadian Minister of National Defense, told a panel of UFO researchers and disclosure experts at a…

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