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Tracking Haiyan: NASA’s Images Depict The Impact Of Super Strong Typhoon

The Super strong typhoon Haiyan hit the island of Philippines this Friday that smashed the region along with winds that blew with a sustained speed limit of 195 MPH, which is 315 km speed per hour, according to US Navy Joint Typhoon Warning Centre.

NASA begins Its Airborne Survey To Determine The Ice Cover In Greenland, Arctic Seas

NASA plans to conduct an airborne survey for the very first time to measure the changes in the Greenland Ice Sheet with respect to its height and other areas surrounding the Arctic sea during the summer melt season.

US Government shut down impact: Indian IT Firms Unscathed, Exports may face Port Obstacles

When you hear news that has happened for the first time in 17 years, there are a number of postulates to delve into. Its repercussions are bound to shake a multitude of pedestals.

Facebook adds posts and status updates in Graph Search

Facebook is all geared up with its protracted facilities of Graph Search function that would help its users to navigate and even find information within the postings.

Once in a Blue Moon’s Blue Moon Paid Visit on Tuesday

Were you chattering with your laptop keys on Tuesday night and failed to look at the sky? If yes, then you’ve lost an opportunity to treat your eyes with a real scoop of science. Who knows the phrase ‘Once in a Blue Moon’? I am sure everyone. Just see on Tuesday the Blue Moon arrived to show its face but very few of us must have enjoyed it.

US soldier charged in Afghan massacre

Staff sergeant Robert Bales, the American soldier accused of slaughtering more than a dozen Afghan civilians, has now been officially charged with 17 counts of murder, among other charges.

Manhunt on for Jewish school killer in France

French police has launched a massive manhunt operation to find out the perpetrator of the attacks at a Jewish school, that claimed the lives of three children and their teacher.

Employment Push to US Economy? 195,000 jobs added

Good news for the US economy!! About 195,000 full bodied jobs have been introduced by U.S. Employers in June. The generous employers had added many more jobs in April and May as well. This upsurge in job growth indicates the days for a thriving and booming U.S. economy may have arrived.

Anonymous wants White House to legit DDoS as a type of protest


The global controversial hacktivist group Anonymous wants White House to accept and legit DDoS (Direct Denial Of Service) as a type of public protest. The group has formed a petition for the same on the White House official website.

U.S. reportedly alleged to have hacked French intelligence computer systems

Popular French magazine L' Express has reported that American officials had discharged a malware into the French defence intelligence office computers to access confidential information.