Arms Race Continues With China's New Missile Defense System

China's air force will oversee the anti-missile system, spokesman Shen Jinke said Monday on the Ministry of Defense website.
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Ultrasound Used To Treat Coma

Researchers say that they could potentially replace much more invasive treatments.

New Drone Flying Rules Take Effect

Regulations for operating drones in U.S. airspace were announced by the Federal Aviation Administration in June and took effect Monday.
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Apple Watch 2 Rumored Battery Leaks; Nike Launches Redesigned App For Wearable Upgrade

A photo of the rumored battery for the Apple Watch 2 has surfaced on Chinese microblogging site Weibo.
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T-Mobile To Roll Out Android 7.0 Nougat OTA Update To These Samsung, HTC Handsets

T-Mobile has revealed which Samsung and HTC devices are getting the Android 7.0 Nougat update soon.
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New Reef Found Behind Great Barrier Reef

Australian scientists have discovered a massive 2,320-square-mile reef behind the country’s famous Great Barrier Reef using laser data from the Royal Australian Navy.

NASA’s Juno Completes Its First Jupiter Flyby

Juno flew by the gas giant at a distance of merely 2,600 miles from its atmosphere — the closest any spacecraft has ever flown to Jupiter.

Samsung And Tencent Grab Tech Spotlight In Asia

South Korea's Samsung and China's Tencent are pushing forward into the global tech limelight with stock prices sitting around record highs. As correspondent Tara Joseph reports, both firms have launched successful products in a crowded and competitive sector.


Second Death Linked To ‘Pokémon Go’ In Japan

A Vietnamese woman was hit by a vehicle in Aichi Prefecture on Japan’s Honshu Island within a week of another game-related death in the country.
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Chicago Police Shooting Victims Mostly Black Men

A total of 435 people were shot by officers and 92 were killed from 2010 through 2015 in the city, according to data obtained by the Chicago Tribune.

Was There ‘Pay To Play’ At The Clinton Foundation?

Newly released emails brought fresh attention to the intersection of foundation fundraising and policies pushed by the Hillary Clinton-led State Department. Here's what's been reported so far.