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A little moon is making waves in Saturn’s rings

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A new photo taken by a spacecraft near Saturn shows a small moon making waves in the planet’s rings.

The photo, captured by the Cassini spacecraft on Jan. 16, reveals the moon Daphnis as it makes its way around the huge world, orbiting within a gap in the planet’s distinctive rings.

Inflatable Xbox One controller is perfect if you ever manage to go outside

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It’s peak summer in Australia right now, and despite the blazing heat, there’s plenty of people who’d rather play video games inside.

But if peer pressure sees you forced into going outside, there’s now an inflatable pool toy in the shape of the Xbox One S controller, so you can show where your allegiances truly lie.

The inflatable features two drink holders where the “menu” and “view” buttons are, and the joysticks pop-up for…

Inflatable Xbox One controller is perfect if you ever manage to go outside

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It’s peak summer in Australia right now, and despite the blazing heat, there’s plenty of people who’d rather play video games inside.

But if peer pressure sees you forced into going outside, there’s now an inflatable pool toy in the shape of the Xbox One S controller, so you can show where your allegiances truly lie.

The inflatable features two drink holders where the “menu” and “view” buttons are, and the joysticks pop-up for…


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‘Homeland’ Season 6 introduces a female president-elect, but whose side is she on?

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This recap contains spoilers for Homeland Season 6, episode 1, titled “Fair Game.”

Homeland is back for Season 6 with “Fair Game,” an episode that finds the key players a bit scattered when the season begins — but it’s only a matter of time before they converge.

Experience the first ever skydive captured on Google Street View

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Google Street View decided to jump out of a plane over a coastal New Zealand national park. And lucky for us, we get to experience the skydiving trip without having to sign any waivers.

In late December, a certified Google Street View photographer teamed up with New Zealand skydive operator Skydive Abel Tasman. Together, they captured the mountainous region of the South Island and the sun-soaked beaches and glimmering ocean.







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Now you can watch the NBA in VR using Google’s Daydream View

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Samsung isn’t the only company letting people watch live NBA games in virtual reality.

This is what astronauts see when they look out their window

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You’d be hard-pressed to find a better view of Earth than the one offered to astronauts living and working on the International Space Station.

While few people are afforded the opportunity to actually fly to the orbiting outpost, the ones who do often share their photos and videos of Earth from above on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

This is what astronauts see when they look out their window

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You’d be hard-pressed to find a better view of Earth than the one offered to astronauts living and working on the International Space Station.

While few people are afforded the opportunity to actually fly to the orbiting outpost, the ones who do often share their photos and videos of Earth from above on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

This is what astronauts see when they look out their window

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You’d be hard-pressed to find a better view of Earth than the one offered to astronauts living and working on the International Space Station.

While few people are afforded the opportunity to actually fly to the orbiting outpost, the ones who do often share their photos and videos of Earth from above on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Facebook’s Safety Check feature was the latest victim of fake news

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Once again, fake news is having serious and terrifying implications on social media.

On Dec. 26, Facebook’s Safety Check feature was activated to alert locals of explosion in Bangkok, Thailand. The feature, however, was activated under false pretenses, apparently in response to a news story about a bombing that occurred in 2015.

The Safety Check, which came on at around 9:00 p.m. local time according to The Verge, gave those in the area the…