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Astronomers just saw a black hole blow something incredible into space with tremendous speed

What would happen if the sun was swallowed by a black hole? Until now, astronomers could only theorize. But after an exciting observation recently announced in the journal Science, an international team has witnessed first-hand the violent battle between a sun-like star and supermassive black hole — and its incredible aftermath. Show More Summary

Meg Whitman's big new Microsoft cloud partnership is a lot like the one Microsoft already signed with Dell (HPE)

As promised, Hewlett Packard Enterprise on Tuesday revealed details of its new partnership with Microsoft to become a "preferred partner" selling Microsoft's cloud, Azure.  As we previously reported, this partnership is a cornerstone...Show More Summary

Microsoft employees sang carols outside Apple's flagship store for Christmas (MSFT, AAPL)

Microsoft's New York City store employees performed a version of "Let There Be Peace On Earth" outside the 5th Avenue Apple Store for Microsoft's new holiday video. They were joined by members of the Harlem Youth Choir.  In a video posted...Show More Summary

Apple exec Eddy Cue: We appreciate 'great journalism' not blogs (AAPL)

Apple's vice president of internet software and services Eddy Cue sat down with CNN's Brian Stelter to talk about Apple News, the company's built-in news reading app for the iPhone and iPad. At the end of the interview, Cue gave his candid thoughts about the press, a group that Apple often ignores or opposes. Show More Summary

9 startup lessons entrepreneurs would teach themselves if they could go back in time

A 2012 Harvard Business School study found that three out of four venture-backed startups fail. And not even the luckiest and most talented founders — the Mark Zuckerbergs of the world — make it through the process unscathed. All entrepreneurs will make poor management decisions or wrong hires and face obstacles entirely out of their control. Show More Summary

These stunning images from Google show you how climate change is affecting the world (GOOG)

This week, the United Nations Climate Summit,  COP21, takes place in Paris, France, bringing together leaders from nearly 200 countries to try to reach an agreement to cut greenhouse gas emissions and stop global temperatures from continuing to rise. Show More Summary

The new 'Star Wars' movie includes a tribute to a young girl who died of cancer

The new "Star Wars" movie will include a pink robot that was created by a "Star Wars" fan to honour his daughter who was dying of cancer, it has been confirmed. "R2-KT" is a pink astromech droid that looks similar to R2-D2, but pink....Show More Summary

Facebook envisions that one day you'll like its ads so much that you'd be sad if they left (FB)

As you scrolled past the various Turkey Trot selfies and declarations of gratefulness on Facebook this week, did you notice the ads? If so, what'd you think of them? Facebook envisions a day where you'd miss them if they were gone. That's...Show More Summary

A piece of a SpaceX rocket just washed ashore after spending over a year at sea, and the pictures are incredible

While some of us were busy munching on turkey this Thanksgiving, a crew of men off the Isles of Scilly coast were busy retrieving a piece of SpaceX history. Shown here is a member of the Lyonesse Lady freight boat hoisting the object...Show More Summary

The surprising first thing ever sold online

It's that time of year again: when Americans start flinging open their physical and digital wallets to take advantage of huge sales on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Last year, people spent a stunning $2.68 billion online on Cyber Monday...Show More Summary

Raspberry Pi has launched an insanely small and cheap new computer

Budget computer company Raspberry Pi has launched a crazily cheap and small new computer. Pictured above, it's called the Raspberry Pi Zero, and it costs just $5 (£3.30). It boasts some pretty impressive specs, despite its price-point. Show More Summary

Here's the mistake everyone makes when deep-frying turkeys

Deep-fried turkey is delicious but dangerous. Each year plenty of Americans whip out the turkey fryer and before Thanksgiving is over cause an estimated $15 million in property damage. That's because turkey fryers require a lot of hot oil to work — about three gallons of cooking oil should do the trick for a standard 30 quart frying pot. Show More Summary

Jeff Bezos’ rocket company Blue Origin rips Elon Musk’s rocket company

Jeff Bezos' rocket company Blue Origins is hitting back at Elon Musk's rocket company SpaceX. Before we get to what Blue Origin is saying about SpaceX, a quick recap. On Tuesday morning, Blue Origin hit an important milestone for it flew...Show More Summary

Apple's Christmas advert stars Stevie Wonder and Andra Daye (AAPL)

Apple's Christmas advert this year stars Stevie Wonder and Andra Daye. The spot, which is 1:30 long, starts with a Mac using VoiceOver before moving on to show scenes of a family together, complete with their Apple Watches.  "From our...Show More Summary

Here's what we'd like to see in the iPad Pro 2 (AAPL)

The iPad Pro is a good first generation device. The hardware is good, the software can cope, and the accessories are above average (even if they take five weeks to arrive). Overall, the reviews were positive, with praise coming from everyone who tried the device, even if it can't replace your laptop just yet. Show More Summary

Apple has acquired Faceshift, a virtual reality startup used in the latest 'Star Wars' movie (AAPL)

Apple has acquired a Swiss real-time motion capture startup called Faceshift for an unknown amount, according to TechCrunch. The company's virtual reality technology can be used to generate animated avatars and other computer generated figures that capture a person’s facial expressions in real time. Show More Summary

A 56-year-old man filmed a conversation with his 18-year-old self, and it's going viral

When he was 18 years old in 1977, Peter "Stoney" Emshwiller filmed half of an interview with himself. He always planned on finishing the interview when he was older. As the years passed, Emshwiller avoided going back and looking at the...Show More Summary

Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos' Twitter spat gets at the core of what separates SpaceX and Blue Origin

There's a bit of a Twitter fight happening between SpaceX founder Elon Musk and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos — the two private spaceflight companies leading the future of reusable rocket technology. On Tuesday, Nov. 23 Blue OriginShow More Summary

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