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  • 4 Reasons to Outsource Your IT Needs Many points need to be considered before you make the decision to outsource your IT. If you do choose to outsource, here are some of the benefits you can expect to enjoy.

  • NASA Astronauts Take Another Spacewalk to Change Batteries The said spacewalk is part of a series of power upgrades that have been done in the ISS since January 2017. During the upgrades, nickel-hydrogen batteries are replaced with lithium-ion. Astronauts Robert Behnken and Chris Cassidy began their spacewalk at around 7:13 in the morning (ET) on Wednesday and ended after six hours and one minute at 1:14 PM ET.

  • Optimize Your Yard Irrigation With These Top Smart Sprinkler Controller Picks Having a smart sprinkler controller is like having a thermostat made for your lawn. These devices optimize your garden’s irrigation system by automatically adjusting to the soil and weather conditions. Here are some of the best smart sprinkler controllers that can be bought online.

  • SpaceX Launches Advance GPS Satellite on Its First Mission for US Air Force This was the first launch from the SpaceXs for the US Space Force that took over almost all of the space programs run by the Air Force since its establishment back in December as a new military service.The upgraded GPS navigation satellite that was launched from Falcon 9 adds new capabilities to the GPS networks and also to replace a spacecraft which has been in the orbit for more than two decades.

  • Can You 3D Print a 3D Printer? Learn How to Do It Now 3D printing is a fascinating technology, as it allows you to replicate almost anything. And, it would even be more awesome if it can self-replicate. So, can you 3D print a 3D printer?

  • Common Customer Experience Mistakes You Should Avoid Are you one of those entirely customer-driven brands, and hence your profit is wholly based on sales? You are not unique as there are countless businesses across the globe where people are entirely dependent on how they serve the customers.

  • Top Biotech Trends In 2020 The biotechnology industry has been on a slow but steady rise over the past couple of years. We have slowly been approaching the zenith of innovation, with new and better technologies emerging by the day. But how does 2020 contribute to this remarkable journey?

  • Chinese Domestic Violence Database Could Help Couples Know Partner's History, Abuse Before Marriage A database containing a person's history of domestic violence is set to be released in July. The searchable software would enable individuals to learn if their partner has been charged of abuse beforehand and reconsider marriage.

  • Windows 10 Start Menu Redesign: Was Live Tile Feature Removed? The Pride 2020 backgrounds are to be lauded. The Start Menu will be renovated in the upcoming months.

  • Trump Administration Says No Nuclear Weapons Tests Will be Conducted Unless Deemed Necessary The country’s top envoy for the negotiation stated that at the moment,there are no reasons for nuclear tests would be performed in the country. But he stood firm that the country maintains its ability to perform such tests if it deems fit just like it always has since a nuclear testing moratorium was adopted by the country in 1992.

  • Venntel Suspected of Selling Clients' Mobile Location Data to Government Agencies The mobile analytics company, Venntel, is being investigated for suspicion of selling its clients' mobile location data to government agencies. The owner of the company states they are following federal laws and notifying their customers of the act.

  • Will China’s Next-Gen Submarine Be Prowling the South China Sea? The People Liberation Army Navy knows it cannot match the US Navy, and they will be getting stealthy attack subs soon. But the USA cannot really trust their advantage with China's habit of stealing secrets.

  • US Navy Needs New Strategy to Dominate, But Replacing Ships Lost in Combat Is a Problem According to Marine Corps, Gen. David Berger some changes are needed to change the Navy and Marine Corps methods to blunt the Chinese Threat especially. Changes in ship size and related aspect of operations as well, bring packages close enough for a knockout punch.

  • USS Blue Ridge and Attack Sub-USS Asheville Conducts Training Exercises in Philippine Sea Recent operations by the US Navy in anti-sub warfare in the Philippine Seas, with a command ship, enhance how to detect stalking Chinese subs. The recent launch attack subs have caused Beijing to belch as the US Navy deployment has them hiccupping.

  • Secure Your Family by Securing Your Home The evolution of technology has changed our lives. Keeping up the life with continuous innovations have become such a basic need of our life that is inevitable. The life of today’s dynamic world is revolving around technology. It is promoting development, exchange of information and makes our tasks easier by technically solving our problems. It has provided us more convenient and stress-free life. The influence of technology is much higher than we predicted.

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