CBS NewsIran’s president Hassan Rouhani threatens to restart nuclear programCBS NewsLast Updated Aug 15, 2017 4:48 AM EDT. TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s president issued a direct threat to the West on Tuesday, claiming his country is capable of restarting its nuclear program within hours – and quickly bringing it to even more advanced levels .

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Millions and millions of people around the world have little or no access to good internet service. The reasons range from government instability to bad economies to challenging terrain. And that’s why there’s a boom in efforts to deliver internet connectivity from the skies. The best known of those efforts are Facebook’s giant Aquila drone and … Continue reading “This blimp startup is taking on Google’s and Facebook’s flying internet projects”
Millions and millions of people around the world have little or no access to good internet service. The reasons range from government instability to bad economies to challenging terrain

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(Reuters) – Chinese drone maker SZ DJI Technology Co Ltd is tightening data security on its drones after the U.S. Army ordered its members to stop using DJI drones because of “cyber vulnerabilities,” a company official told Reuters on Monday.

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Having FOMO about not seeing Lorde at Outside Lands? Well, Snapchat just released a feature that could help alleviate your melodrama.
Called Crowd Surf, the feature connects snaps based on their audio and stitches them together in an attempt to give a near-seamless look at a live event from multiple perspectives.
The new feature is already live within select Our Stories curated by Snapchat, with Lorde’s recent performance as the prime example. Users can see different perspectives of the same footage by clicking a new button in the right corner of their mobile screen.
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Today, we have a story of the future, teleportation, and the high-octane transit breakdowns that occur therein, all of which is en route to becoming a major motion picture from Lionsgate. But first, a message from the author:”Hello gentle readers, This here’s what we call an “abbreviated and embellished” excerpt from my novel, The Punch Escrow; words that here mean a bunch of the good bits from all over the cow on one plate—if you’re willing to imagine my book as a cow. The story is set in 2147; a time when we’ve solved for air pollution by genetically engineering mosquitoes into living steam reformers, cleaning our air whilst pissing pure water on us from up on high. We’ve cured diseases, too—with the power of advanced nanotechnology. Most important to the plot however, is our adoption of teleportation as a means of getting around

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