The genetic lineage of Europe mysteriously transformed about 4,500 years ago, new research suggests.
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NASA is teaming up with the European Space Agency to get astronauts beyond Earth’s orbit.
We’ve got some new and interesting numbers to share about iOS 6 adoption three weeks after launch, from a couple of different sources, both of which show users continue to update to the new mobile OS from Apple. There are also some interesting differences depending on region, with some countries lagging far behind the U.S. in terms of adoption and some surging far ahead.
Samsung’s Euro-centric Omina M has finished its mandated saunter through the FCC. The Windows Phone for the old country will sport a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, 1GHz processor — while the test documents reveal that it’ll only carry a GSM and 3G radio, leaving the lucky few with LTE out in the cold. Now that it’s passed the regulatory hurdle of being allowed into the US, we can hope that the company will soon start talking about when we can get our hands on one.
Opponents say ACTA would curtail Internet freedom.
Internet users and government officials in many European countries have been protesting an anti-Internet piracy and intellectual property treaty known as the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) with increasing volume.
A fresh look at fossilized remains has turned up a surprise: the earliest modern people in Europe.
An anonymous reader writes “The European Commission has launched a project to recruit 10,000 volunteers across Europe to measure the performance of their broadband connection over two years. The trial, believed to be the world’s biggest follows similar projects in the US and the UK, run by the EC’s partner SamKnows. The data collected will be used to plan the next generation of services. Those interested in signing up to take part can do so here.”
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