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An astronomical laboratory dating back 4,000 years has been discovered at an archaeological complex in Peru. Located in Licurnique, a few hours from the northern region of Lambayeque, excavators found rocks with astronomical engravings on them. The archaeological site dates from between 2000BCE and 1500BCE and experts say the laboratory is in its formative stages, […]
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When it comes to Apple, Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Brian White has a mixed track record. He was the first Apple watcher to reveal that the company planned to launch an iPad mini, though details were scarce at the time, and he also was the first with sources who pointed to an iPhone being made available […]
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Motorola is working on a 5.9in smartphone that might be the next Nexus phone, according to a report from AndroidPolice. According to the information cited in the report, “Motorola is working on a device with Google code named Shamu. The device is supposed to be targeted at major US carriers, and unspecified carriers in other […]
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A new lithium cell battery prototype designed by researchers at America’s Stanford University promises to offer three times the battery life offered by current smartphone batteries. According to a PHYS report, scientists at Stanford University have been successful in developing pure metal anode prototypes, which differ from the current Lithium-Ion batteries. “Of all the materials […]
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