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Dave Hakkens: Google's Project Ara is not a ‘properly modular’ handset

Dave Hakkens: Google's Project Ara is not a ‘properly modular’ handset

In a recently-published blog post, Dave Hakkens -- creator of the Phonebloks concept -- has asserted that Google’s much-touted Project Ara modular smartphone is not the revolutionary handset which the company has been projecting it to be.

World’s Largest Sea Sponge Found Offshore Hawaii

World’s Largest Sea Sponge Found Offshore Hawaii

An extremely enormous sea sponge was cited by scientists during a deep-sea expedition offshore Hawaii, reminding of the unfathomable extent of deep sea world. Researchers stated that this sponge, which is nearly as large as a minivan, was discovered at the water depths of 7,000 feet in Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, which is a World Heritage Site.

Tesla to hold “grand opening” of its Gigafactory in Nevada on July 29 night

Tesla to hold “grand opening” of its Gigafactory in Nevada on July 29 night

In a recently-posted email to some Model S owners, electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors has said that it will hold a “grand opening” celebration for its massive Gigafactory battery-production facility outside Reno, Nevada, on July 29 night.

Thai man succeeds in saving his penis from python's jaws

Thai man succeeds in saving his penis from python's jaws

A Thai man is healing after a terrible encounter with a 10-foot python that slithered via the plumbing of his home and latched its jaws onto his penis when he was using a squat toilet to urinate.

State, tribal officials agree on plan that will allow for 2016-2017 Puget Sound salmon-fishing season

State, tribal officials agree on plan that will allow for 2016-2017 Puget Sound salmon-fishing season

On Thursday, state and tribal fishery officials said that following weeks-long negotiations they have reached on a plan that will enable 2016-2017 Puget Sound salmon-fishing season.

Since May 1, Puget Sound has closed recreational and non-tribal commercial salmon fishing, after the state and tribes failed to reach on an agreement related to annual catch limits. This resulted into concerns over whether a fishing season would happen this year or not.

How to deal with Allergy season

May has brought along what seems like the worst allergy season

This season seems to be causing allergies to many individuals. Both trees and grasses are pollinating in this season, resulting more people heading to allergists to seek help. Allergy sufferers are trying to deal with this by resorting multiple medications and prescriptions. To everyone’s rescue, doctors have found ways to deal with this season of allergies.

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