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Mozilla releases Firefox beta for Windows 10 ARM laptops

Mozilla has released an ARM version of its Firefox browser yesterday for Windows 10. While Microsoft and Google have been working together on Chromium browsers for Windows on ARM, Mozilla has been developing its own ARM64-native build of Firefox...

‘Three-person’ baby boy born in Greece

Fertility doctors in Greece and Spain say they have produced a baby from three people in order to overcome a woman's infertility. The baby boy was born weighing 2.9kg (6lbs) on Tuesday. The mother and child are said to be...

Google’s new Currents app is its enterprise replacement for Google+

Now that Google+ is history, today, Google unveiled what will be offered to G Suite users in its place: Currents. The new app “enables people to have meaningful discussions and interactions across your organization, helping keep everyone in the know...

Australian chef's 154-cheese pizza breaks Guinness record

An Australian pizza chef broke a Guinness World Record by putting together a pie with 154 varieties of cheese on top. Johnny di Francesco, chef at 400 Gradi in Melbourne, formerly held the Guinness World Record record for greatest variety...

Florida researchers bag record 17-foot python

Researchers at the Big Cypress National Preserve shared a photo of a record-breaking 17-foot python that weighed 140 pounds and contained 73 developing eggs. The researchers said in a post on the preserve's Facebook page that the Burmese python, an...

Divers married in underwater wedding in Australia

A pair of scuba diving enthusiasts held an underwater wedding ceremony in Australia, and the event was caught on video by a surprised witness. Jules Casey said she was walking her dog at Blairgowrie Pier in Victoria when she spotted...

Trump lashes out at judge for blocking policy to send asylum seekers back to Mexico

US President Donald Trump has lashed out at a judge for blocking his policy of sending asylum seekers to Mexico to await court hearings in their cases. "A 9th Circuit judge just ruled that Mexico is too dangerous for migrants,"...

Google’s Wing drones approved to make public deliveries in Australia

Wing, the drone delivery company owned by Google’s parent company Alphabet, is launching its first public drone delivery service in Canberra, Australia after the country’s aviation authority granted it regulatory approval. Around 100 homes in the suburbs of Crace, Palmerston,...

Galaxy S10 takes ‘best smartphone display’ crown

As you may have gathered from our review of Samsung’s Galaxy S10, it’s a very solid phone with lots of advanced features. But one thing that’s especially difficult to test is the absolute quality of the display — which...

Facebook is introducing a new “Tributes” section for memorialized accounts

Facebook is rolling out a new feature for memorialized accounts that will allow people to leave messages in a Tributes section that is separate from the rest of the profile’s timeline. Depending on a memorialized account’s privacy settings, friends...

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