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Personal data for more than 130,000 sailors hacked: U.S. Navy | Reuters

Updated : Nov 24, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Personal data for more than 130,000 sailors hacked: U.S. Navy | Reuters

WASHINGTON Hackers gained access to sensitive information, including Social Security numbers, for 134,386 current and former U.S. sailors, the U.S. #Business #Technology #Middle East #science #Hewlett-Packard #lifestyle
Anxiety and depression are commonplace today: Does society breed disorders and phobias?

Updated : Nov 19, 2016

By : Divya Srivastava

Category : Life

Anxiety and depression are commonplace today: Does society breed disorders and phobias?

While it may not be clear whether we really are in the midst of an anxiety epidemic or not, it is evident that anxiety is a serious mental health issue. #Internet #Technology #depression #anxiety #Obsessive Compulsive Disorder #isolation #FWeekend #Social Anxiety Disorder #panic disorder #social anxiety
MRI can help detect bone marrow cancer, says research

Updated : Nov 16, 2016

By : IANS

Category : Life

MRI can help detect bone marrow cancer, says research

In a first, researchers have shown that doctors can effectively identify bone marrow cancer (myelofibrosis) using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) #Technology #Cancer #Study #research #MRI #BodyAndSoul #bone marrow cancer
New Zealand begins evacuating tourists from quake-hit town | Reuters

Updated : Nov 15, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

New Zealand begins evacuating tourists from quake-hit town | Reuters

By Lincoln Feast | WELLINGTON WELLINGTON New Zealand emergency services and defense personnel began evacuating hundreds of tourists and residents from the South Island town of Kaikoura on Tuesday, a day after a powerful earthquake hit the region, killing two people.The 7.8-magnitude tremor, which struck just after midnight on Sunday, destroyed historic farm homesteads, sent glass and masonry toppling from high rises in the capital Wellington and cut road and rail links throughout the northeast of the South Island. Kaikoura, a popular base for whale-watching about 150 km (90 miles) northeast of Christchurch and near the epicenter, was completely cut off by massive landslips.Four defense force helicopters were flying into the town on Tuesday morning and the Navy's multi-role vessel HMNZS Canterbury was heading to the area, Air Commander Darryn Webb, the acting commander of New Zealand joint forces, told TVNZ. "The priority today is the airlift operation," he said. #Environment #Technology #science #Argentina #Entertainment #Earthquakes #lifestyle
Quake strikes New Zealand, thousands flee homes as tsunami hits | Reuters

Updated : Nov 13, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Quake strikes New Zealand, thousands flee homes as tsunami hits | Reuters

By Charlotte Greenfield | WELLINGTON WELLINGTON A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck central New Zealand just after midnight, the U.S. Geological Survey said, causing widespread damage and generating a tsunami.Thousands of people along New Zealand's east coast fled their homes to head for higher ground as emergency services warned of destructive waves of up to five meters (yards) in some areas."The first waves have arrived but we know that it is too early to say what the impact has been," said Sarah Stuart-Black, national controller at the Ministry of Civil Defence #India #Environment #Technology #United Kingdom #Entertainment #lifestyle
Civil rights a major concern on second day of anti-Trump protests | Reuters

Updated : Nov 11, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Civil rights a major concern on second day of anti-Trump protests | Reuters

By Ian Simpson and Gina Cherelus | WASHINGTON/NEW YORK WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Demonstrators took to the streets across the United States for a second day on Thursday to protest against Donald Trump's presidential election victory, voicing fears that the real estate mogul's triumph would deal a blow to civil rights.On the East Coast, protests took place in Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, while on the West Coast demonstrators rallied in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Oakland in California, and Portland, Oregon.The protests were for the most part peaceful and orderly, although there were scattered acts of civil disobedience and damage to property.Protesters threw objects at police in Portland and damaged cars in a dealership lot, the Portland Police Department said on Twitter. Some protesters sprayed graffiti on cars and buildings and smashed store front windows, media in Portland said #United States #Business #Technology #Middle East #Crime #New York
Assange says WikiLeaks not trying to influence U.S. election | Reuters

Updated : Nov 09, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Assange says WikiLeaks not trying to influence U.S. election | Reuters

By Axel Bugge | LISBON LISBON Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said on Tuesday the group's publication of material linked to Hillary Clinton was not based on any desire to influence the U.S. election."In recent months, WikiLeaks and I personally have come under enormous pressure to stop publishing what the Clinton campaign says about itself to itself," Assange said in a statement released by his legal adviser at the Web Summit, a tech conference in Lisbon."This is not due to a personal desire to influence the outcome of the election."WikiLeaks has in the past few months published thousands of emails hacked from John Podesta, Democrat candidate Clinton's campaign manager. Assange said Wikileaks had obtained no inside information about Republican candidate Donald Trump #India #Julian Assange #Technology #Europe #United Kingdom
Italian earthquakes reshape region, lower land | Reuters

Updated : Nov 03, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Italian earthquakes reshape region, lower land | Reuters

ROME A series of earthquakes that rocked central Italy last week reshaped more than 600 square km (230 square miles) of land, lowering areas around the epicenter by up to 70 cm (28 inches), according to data released on Monday.Earthquakes measuring 5.5 and 6.1 hit the area on Oct. 26, followed by a 6.6 magnitude quake on Oct. #United States #India #Technology #Middle East #science #Argentina #lifestyle
Year 2040: Technology will have changed the world in an unimaginable way

Updated : Oct 30, 2016

By : Aakar Patel

Category : Life

Year 2040: Technology will have changed the world in an unimaginable way

Experts are predicting the coming of something called the technological singularity. In simple terms this refers to two things. First, that artificial intelligence that is smarter than humans will be created in the future. And second that this intelligence will sort out problems at a pace that humans cannot. #Japan #Technology #Robots #Shareworthy #Year 2040