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An illegal flying stunt of a group of four drones caused more than 60 flights to get disrupted on Friday — the third such incident in a week.
More than 10,000 passengers were left stranded, as a result.
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According to a report by China News Service, Chengdu's Shuangliu International Airport received reports of four drones flying within the protected zone of the airport, with one even passing below an incoming flight.
Some 58 flights ended up getting diverted to other nearby airports, with four others forced to return, and more than 10 cancelled, on the day. Read more...More about Uavs, Drones, Airport, China, and World
Here's one for all of us glued to our smartphones.
A 69-year-old patient in the eastern Chinese region of Hangzhou is making the news for using her phone, while undergoing a procedure on her legs.
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The patient, surnamed Zhu, was allowed to bring her phone into the operating theatre as her doctor wanted her to be more relaxed while she underwent a varicose vein surgery.
Surgery for varicose veins includes tying and removing them by pulling the veins out from under the skin.
During the 18 minute procedure, she took photos of the doctors and nurses, and looked at her friends' posts on social media outlet WeChat. Read more...More about Operation, Smartphones, and World
A digital wave is currently sweeping India. And none other than its government is the biggest change-agent.
After actively pushing for a cashless economy last year, Modi's 'Digital India' bus is now reaching the smallest and sleepiest towns of the country.
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About 7,000 railway stations in India's hinterlands will now be turned into digital hotspots, the Economic Times reports.
These Wi-Fi-enabled stations will also serve as hubs for ordering and receiving goods from e-commerce portals. That gives Amazon a reason to smile and an opportunity to add more zip codes in its delivery ambit. Read more...More about Railway, Internet, Tech, Wifi, and Google
It looks like paper and it feels like paper, but thankfully it's not paper. Because if it was, no one would be interested in the remarkable Papr Watch. Made from super-strong Tyvek, the timepiece isn't your usual wrist adornment.
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Is your Amazon tablet giving you grief? Is it refusing to behave the way you expect? Take a deep breath -- everything will be fine. Here are some widely-reported Kindle Fire HDX problems and a few possible solutions to go with them.
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If you’ve encountered any problems while using your Moto G4 or Moto G4 Plus, then we may have the answers you need. We’ve gathered some common Moto G4 problems and identified workarounds and possible solutions.
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Having previously teamed up for a special edition Old Skool model, Vans and Tokyo streetwear label DELUXE link up once more for Spring/Summer 2017, this time on the Authentic. The collaborative sneaker maintains its low-key look, boasting a classic canvas upper and rubber cupsole in black and blue colorways. Special details include graphic illustrations on the midsole, signature Vans checkered print on the heel and tongue tab, an icy outsole that reveals more graphics and a vamp construction that allows for a laceless fit. The DELUXE x Vans Authentic will be available on April 29 at DELUXE's online shop for a retail price of ¥9,000 JPY (approximately $82 USD).
For similar looks, check out the NEIGHBORHOOD x Vault by Vans Era and the NEIGHBORHOOD x Converse One Star.Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is 15 films deep as of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and in a lot of ways it's starting to showDoctor Strange suffered from feeling too much line an Iron Man retread; Ant-Man demonstrated just how far these movies could (or rather couldn't) stray from that true-and-tested formula; and so on.
But Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 also serves as a reminder of why it is we keep coming back to these movies, even as we know every single time that the heroes will prevail and the world will not end: it's the characters, stupid.
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They might be cute little critters, but they sure breed fast.
Hundreds of pet mice were found in an apartment in Singapore, owned by an unnamed man and his elderly mother.
SEE ALSO: iPhone photography is about to help these adorable animals get adopted
Last Friday, animal welfare volunteers went into the flat, where the mice were found roaming all over the 100 square meter (1,076 sq ft) apartment's floors — and not in enclosures.
Derrick Tan, the president of animal welfare group Voices for Animals, posted this video on Facebook:
The volunteers were called in after neighbours reported an odour to council management. Read more...More about Pets, Singapore, Mice, and Watercooler