This week in science: A worldwide march for science and China’s first unmanned spacecraft

Written on:April 23, 2017
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Scientists from all around the world have come together to march for nonpartisan, robustly funded, and publicly communicated science while China has launched its first unmanned cargo spacecraft. Read more…
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Samsung partners with SK Telecom to offer Korea’s first LTE-Railway network

Written on:April 23, 2017
Samsung partners with SK Telecom to offer Korea’s first LTE-Railway network

Tweet In partnership with the largest wireless operator in the country, SK Telecom, Samsung has officially kicked off its latest implementation of the LTE-R wireless railway management system. Read more… Neowin

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Office Centennial apps reportedly finish testing, could launch on May 2

Written on:April 23, 2017
Office Centennial apps reportedly finish testing, could launch on May 2

Tweet Microsoft seems to have finished internal testing for its UWP-converted Office desktop apps. Brought to the Windows Store via Project Centennial, these could show up at the firms May 2 cloud event. Read more… Neowin

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Lilium’s electric flying taxi has its first successful test flight

Written on:April 23, 2017
Lilium’s electric flying taxi has its first successful test flight

Tweet Although we still rely on Uber when needing a lift, Lilium has just had its first successful test of its electric aircraft. It hopes to offer affordable flights as a service starting in 2025. Read more… Neowin

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FIFA 17 is now available for Origin and EA Access subscribers

Written on:April 23, 2017
FIFA 17 is now available for Origin and EA Access subscribers

Tweet The Frostbite-powered FIFA 17 is now available for everyone subscribed to EA Access and Origin Access. This is the first title in the FIFA series to arrive with an added single-player campaign. Read more… Neowin

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