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Video:  NASA Finds Tiniest Galaxy Has 'supermassive' Black Hole

NASA Finds Tiniest Galaxy Has 'supermassive' Black Hole

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They say big things come in little packages. That may never be more true than with what astronomers have just discovered: A "monster" black hole hiding inside one of the smallest galaxies ever known. NASA said Wednesday that astronomers using its Hubble Space Telescope have found a new dwarf galaxy -- known as M60-UCD1 -- that "crams 140 million stars within a diameter of about 300 light-years, which is only 1/500th" the diameter of the Milky Way galaxy.

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Video:  The IPhone 6 (and 6 Plus) Go To Disneyland

The IPhone 6 (and 6 Plus) Go To Disneyland

Last week I decided to test the most secretive, hotly anticipated smartphones on earth in a place where there was no danger of them being recognized or damaged or both: Disneyland. There are a ton of reviews out there that have done meticulous work with benchmark apps, rulers and rectal thermometers to get you spec-based evaluations of the new iPhones. This is not one of them. I took a trip and used the junk out of them. I had some interesting realizations, I took some good pictures and I wasted some time in long lines playing Spider-Man. If this sounds like what you do on trips then you could find something useful here. Aside from any Apple employees who may have visited the park, I believe I’m the first to have ever used the new iPhones there.



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Video:  Kevin Rose Launches Tiiny To Take The Anxiety And Megapixels Out Of Photo Sharing

Kevin Rose Launches Tiiny To Take The Anxiety And Megapixels Out Of Photo Sharing

Tiiny doesn’t do much. That’s the point. Tap the camera button to take a photo or tap and hold to take a silent animated GIF up to five seconds long, and they’re all just 212 pixels x 212 pixels. Tiiny lets users import social graphs from Twitter, and uses the same asymmetrical social model.



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Video:  Owners Say Rice Investigation Will Be Independent

Owners Say Rice Investigation Will Be Independent

The two NFL owners overseeing the investigation into how the league pursued and handled evidence in the Ray Rice domestic violence case pledged Thursday to make the findings of the probe public, and said their goal was "to get the truth." They said the inquiry's focus will be on what efforts were made to obtain video evidence of the three-time Pro Bowl running back striking his fiancee; if the video arrived at the league office; and what happened to it after it was delivered.



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Feature: Keep Your Office Secure

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Today's smart technology includes devices small enough to be completely unobtrusive, motion sensitive, and can alert you to intruders. Help protect your business with these measures.

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Video:  Goodbye I? What A Missing Letter Means For Apple

Goodbye I? What A Missing Letter Means For Apple

As Apple made steps into two new categories on Tuesday, with the Apple Watch and Apple Pay , many were quick to notice a missing character that has long characterized the names of Apple products: the i. Technically, the word Apple isn't in either name. It's the Apple logo instead. Apple In other words, the company pulled a Prince. Or a Nike, since the athletic apparel brand is known for using its swoosh logo as shorthand for its brand name.



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