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Ahead of the expected reversal of its magnetic field, images caught by the orbiting Solar Dynamics Observatory show what NASA calls a "curling spray" of plasma leaping from an active region of the sun’s surface. NO AUDIO.
Tablet computers are expected to top many kids’ holiday lists, but parents need to do their homework first. Kids’ tablets range from educational toys that perform more like hand-hand gaming devices to Android tablets good for whole family.
So you’re ready to buy a new smartphone for your loved one. Which do you choose? Before you do anything, you have to decide whether to buy the phone outright or go the traditional route of buying a carrier-subsidized one with a two-year service contract.
Are you Queer? Well, if you are there’s an app for that. Quist, which launched this past summer, is a smart phone application designed to educate the LGBTQ community on its history and important milestones.
The interactive, digital book "Spoon and the Moon" is a whimsically seductive, adult fairytale. The popular app doesn’t cost much to buy, but the authors are anxious to spread word of mouth, so for a limited time they are offering the app for free.
American and British intelligence operations have been spying on gamers across the world, media outlets reported, saying that the world’s most powerful espionage agencies sent undercover agents into virtual universes to monitor our online fantasies.
Scientists in San Antonio, Texas say that they have been able to develop a new milestone drug which can help in the combat against the liver-ravaging Hepatitis C virus. KENS’ Wendy Rigby reports.