The Top 10 Subreddits For Computer Lovers And Tech Heads

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If you love computers like we do, then you’ve probably ended up on Reddit a time or two yourself. Scratch the surface of Reddit and you will soon discover it is so much more than the breeding ground of dickbutt memes, Reddit has a “sub” for every topic and is an awesome resource for IT industry news and learning… and dickbutt memes.

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Scientists Detect Powerful Radio Burst From Another Galaxy

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Fast radio bursts (FRB) have been puzzling scientists since they were first discovered in 2007, but answers may soon be on the way thanks to astronomers discovering the origin of a new and particularly strong FRB. The burst – designated  FRB 180924 – is incredibly powerful, putting off as much energy in its 1.3 millisecond Continue Reading

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How Do You Tell The Difference Between A Crocodile And A Vegetarian?

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The prehistoric relatives of today’s crocodiles may have not had quite the bite we assume. Researchers have studied 146 tooth fossils across sixteen species of now extinct crocodyliforms and compared them to the teeth of not just alligators and crocodiles, but also the gharial and caiman. Using computer modeling, the study broke down the function Continue Reading

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The Tallest Building In The World – How the Burj Khalifa was Built

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Standing at a staggering height of 828 meters above the sands of Dubai, the Burj Khalifa skyscraper claims the title of the tallest building in the world. The colossal tower is a marvel of modern engineering and architecture, and is largely responsible for making Dubai one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations each year. Continue Reading

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NASA Unlocks The Rocks

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The moon is suddenly a hot topic of conversation again as the fiftieth anniversary of the pivotal Apollo 11 mission came and went. Between 1969 and 1972, twelve moonwalkers brought a total of 382 kilograms worth of lunar samples back home with them.  These samples have been kept vaulted and in pristine condition, but now Continue Reading

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Golden Asteroid Could Destroy The (Financial) World

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Mining corporation owners are all salivating over the potential of space as a new landscape ripe to be tilled. One of the biggest asteroids in the solar system, 16 Psyche, is thought to be composed of so much gold, iron, and nickel that every person living on planet earth could become a billionaire.

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The Worst Holiday Destinations in Space

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Imagine that you stumble upon this website a thousand years from now. Assuming humanity hasn’t blown the Earth to smithereens by then, you’d likely have very advanced technology at your disposal. Hopefully, you’d even be able to travel through space far and wide. Think Star Wars, but with less angst and more tourism.

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4 Crazy Side Effects From Common Medications

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No medication comes without side effects. Some side effects may be too strong to handle, and some are mild enough to ignore as long as the reason you’re taking it is a bigger issue. However, some of the more common medications have their own crazy side effects and while not everyone will experience them it’s important to know they can happen to anyone.

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The Next Big Tourism Destination Is The ISS

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NASA announced today that it will allow tourists to visit the international Space Station from 2020. The International Space Station is traditionally home to a rotating crew of 6 international astronauts who spend their time carrying out scientific experiments as well as performing repairs and maintenance on the ISS itself. A new announcement today from Continue Reading

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Baby Translator – New AI Can Tell You What A Baby’s Cry Means

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Researches from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Chinese Association of Automation have designed an artificial intelligence system which can interpret the cries of a baby. The studies author; Dr Lichuan Liu says that the AI was trained to recognize the similarities between cries, regardless of the individual baby. “There are lots Continue Reading

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G-Suite Is Better Than Office 365 (But You’re Probably Getting Screwed Either Way)

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There are only two big players in the cloud office productivity suite war, Microsoft with their Office 365 product and Google with G-Suite. We’re not going to compare every plan and every application, there are a million sites out there that have done that for you and frankly, it’s a boring read. We are here Continue Reading

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The 10 Best IT Podcasts (That Are Actually Interesting)

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There are a Kardashian buttload of IT podcasts out there. Unfortunately the amount of those podcasts that are actually worth listening to are more in the quantity of a Caitlyn then a Kim. And so in light of this fact dear reader, we have compiled our list of the 10 best IT podcasts that are actually interesting.

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