Jury Convicts Dylann Roof In Charleston Church Massacre

Jury Convicts Dylann Roof In Charleston Church Massacre

Self-described white supremacist Dylann Roof massacred nine parishioners at a historic African American church because he thought they were "nothing more than animals", the prosecutor said in closing arguments of the gunman's death penalty trial. Read More

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe revealed: Stylish, sporty and intelligent

At the 2016 Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, the new Mercedes AMG C43 Coupe had made its global debut. Mercedes-Benz introduced the 2018 E-Class Coupe to the brand's E-Class family following the unveil of the E-Class sedan and wagon. Read More

Twitter's latest update lets you broadcast live video from within its app

From there, just point your camera toward the march, or concert, or your Chewbacca-mask-wearing face and get to sharing. "We started Periscope because we wanted to give people the superpower to share live video with an audience". If you are already familiar with Periscope , then you won't have issues getting around it. Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has previously said the site must do more to attract new users, and has identified video and coverage of live events as a key part of the ... Read More

Crashes in northern New England amid snow, rain

Crashes in northern New England amid snow, rain

In addition, the entire area will be affected by a blast of very cold air that will keep daytime temperatures Thursday and Friday only in the teens, with wind chills below zero. Expect early sunshine Monday with clouds building quickly for the afternoon. Friday: Morning wind chills -20 to -10. Plan on the really warm hat, gloves and sweater to end the workweek. Read More

Methane levels are higher and are also contributing to climate change

But while concentrations of methane in the atmosphere are not almost as high as CO2, methane has a much higher heat-trapping potential. The papers also described strategies for curbing methane emissions down the road, with a focus on food industries, which comprise approximately one-third of overall man-made emissions. Read More

USGS: 6.5 magnitude quake in ocean off California coast

USGS: 6.5 magnitude quake in ocean off California coast

Geological Survey announced. It was measured at a depth of 6.2 miles. She compared the experience to being "like you were on a boat". There have been no reports of injuries or damage. The area is one of the most active areas for seismic activity. Experts have long said that increasing pressure could lead to a major quake along the 800-mile fault, causing significant destruction throughout the state. Read More

Qualcomm, Microsoft plot ARM Snapdragon-powered Windows 10 PCs, tablets, phones

Qualcomm, Microsoft plot ARM Snapdragon-powered Windows 10 PCs, tablets, phones

During the 2016 WinHEC conference, however, Microsoft announced its work on a significant advancement which could revive the platform, or at least give a boost to other Windows 10-based mobile devices. The company says that Snapdragon can be created to support Windows 10 PCs to combine the best of computing and productivity with the cutting edge consumer electronics technologies available in today's leading smartphones. Read More

Dinosaur tail with feathers still attached found in jewelry market

Scientists believe that the tail belonged to a Coelurosaur , part of a group of dinosaurs that ranges from the tyrannosaurs to modern birds. The specimen was purchased from a Myanmar amber market in 2015 by a Chinese academic who recognized its potential. Read More

Carrier union chief says he's willing to work with Trump

Carrier union chief says he's willing to work with Trump

President-elect Donald Trump may be crowing about stopping Carrier from sending jobs overseas, but Chuck Jones-the president of the United Steelworkers Local 1999-isn't mincing words: Trump "lied his ass off". "That's off the table". "First of all, that means I'm doing, and we're doing, as labor representatives, the best we can for the people to give them a living wage and good benefits", Jones said. Read More

Former astronaut John Glenn hospitalized, OSU spokesman says

Glenn's experiences were among those chronicled in the book and movie The Right Stuff, whose author, Tom Wolfe, called him "the last true national hero America has ever had". He was the first to get into orbit. He resigned from the astronaut program in 1964 and pursued a career in politics, serving as a US senator as a Democrat from OH between 1974 and 1999. Read More

Police urge no rush to judgment in shooting of Reno student

Police urge no rush to judgment in shooting of Reno student

When he did not comply with a school police officer's demands to drop the knife, the student was reportedly shot by the officer who then provided first aid until the ambulance arrived. The officer shot the student after the unidentified teen refused to drop a knife he was holding. The student was waving a knife at a fellow pupil prior to the shooting. Read More

Amazon Go: a grocery store with no checkout lines

Amazon , which is worth £282billion, calls its 1,800 sq ft Go store "the world's most advanced shopping technology". The retailer uses Just Walk Out technology that combines computer vision, sensor fusion and deep learning. The company adds that Amazon Go was created to "push the boundaries of computer vision and machine learning". "No lines, no checkout", the company said. Read More

Arctic Sea Ice Sees Strange Cold Season Retreat

Arctic Sea Ice Sees Strange Cold Season Retreat

The International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List of Threatened Species lists them as vulnerable, and the new study agrees with the IUCN assessment that loss of Arctic sea ice due to climate change is the biggest threat to the animals. Read More

Nasa awards refuelling mission spacecraft contract to Space Systems/Loral

Nasa awards refuelling mission spacecraft contract to Space Systems/Loral

NASA said it also plans to transfer Restore-L's technologies to commercial entities to help jumpstart a new domestic servicing industry. "Space Systems/Loral will provide spacecraft bus, critical hardware and services for the development, deployment and operations of the Restore-L mission". Read More

Apple Admits Problems With The iPhone (Sort Of)

The Cupertino giant earlier said that iPhone 6S handsets manufactured between September and October past year were facing unexpected shutdowns, however it seems the issue persists beyond those small number of iPhone 6S devices. The complaints are related to iPhone 6 as well as iPhone 6s. The company had also looked into other factors that could be causing the sudden shutdown of the devices. Read More

Microsoft Surface Pro 5: The Story Thus Far

Microsoft Surface Pro 5: The Story Thus Far

Although Microsoft remains silent on the improvement of Surface Pro 5, this Windows 10 device could also be a better MacBook Pro alternative. However, the Surface Book i7 is not the Surface Book 2, with rumors already swirling on the new device as users look forward to the next Microsoft laptop. Read More

Google to run fully on renewables in 2017

Google to run fully on renewables in 2017

On Google's YouTube video platform, people upload 400 hours of video every minute, the company said . Google's spending power and huge energy consumption put it in a favorable position to invest in green energy and move toward 100 percent renewable power, Elkind noted. Read More

Russia: Space ship malfunctions, breaks up over Siberia

Russia: Space ship malfunctions, breaks up over Siberia

The Progress missions from the Russians are part of a regular launch schedule to keep the ISS well supplied with the necessities, as well as to complete various experiments. A state commission is now investigating the incident. The next Progress MS launch is scheduled for February 2. Although the supplies were lost, the statement said it would "not affect the normal operations of the ISS systems and the subsistence of the station's crew". Read More

Canadian women's rugby sevens team opens World Series season with three wins

Cama, standing in as coach with Scott Waldrom before new man Clark Laidlaw arrives, is hopeful that his team will learn from this experience and be ready when the team heads to Cape Town next week. This gives us confidence, expectation and pressure (for Cape Town). The win capped a statement-making first day for the gold medallists and reigning world series champions. Read More

White House confirms Bowe Bergdahl is requesting pardon from President Obama

White House confirms Bowe Bergdahl is requesting pardon from President Obama

Bowe Bergdahl, now 30, who faces charged of desertion after walking off his combat outpost in Afghanistan before being captured has asked President Obama for a pardon before he leaves office. The New York Times was the first to report Bergdahl's appeal for leniency from Barack Obama. "A deserter, what happened?" he said before pantomiming pulling a trigger and adding: "Bang". Read More

US payrolls rise solidly; jobless rate at 9-year low

US payrolls rise solidly; jobless rate at 9-year low

The employment gains may reflect growing confidence in the economy , and are expected to prompt the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates later this month. Manufacturers shed 4,000 jobs in November after losing 5,000 the previous month. They were not counted as unemployed because they had not searched for work in the four weeks preceding the survey. Read More

Souness Earmarks Chelsea As Serious Title Contenders

The Gunners have not lost a single game since the opening day defeat against Liverpool, but disappointing draws against Middlesbrough and Leicester City have led to them dropping precious points in what looks likely to be a hotly contested title race. Read More

5 million Final Fantasy XV copies shipped and sold on launch day

Game director Hajime Tabata confirmed in a stream that it will be available to all players as DLC at some point. With a captivating cast of characters, breath-taking visuals, open world exploration and thrilling action-packed real time combat, Final Fantasy XV is the ultimate Final Fantasy experience for both newcomers to the series and series fans alike.”. Read More

Twitter changes product head for third time in a year

Twitter changes product head for third time in a year

Coleman Twitter's new VP of Product will be running Bluebird, Twitter's core product, and the most hard job in the company. The team at Yes Inc . have a ton of experience building widely-used products like Android, PayPal, and others. Before founding Yes - a little-known company which has made apps like event-planning service Frenzy - two years back, Coleman was working with tech giant Google , where he was overseeing the company's products like Gmail , Inbox and Gchat. Read More

Norwegian victorious again at World Chess Championship

Carlsen had shown that he was willing to risk his crown by going for the tie-breakers, as he settled for a quick draw in the 12th game , despite playing with white pieces. He build up positional and time advantages to pressure Karjakin , who resigned after an inexplicable blunder. Both of the openers had been draws and the Russian then needed to win the fourth to stay alive. Read More