Six Travelers Die in Thai City

Six Travelers Die in Thai CityThe Thai City has become unsafe for travelers who have been requested by the authorities to be extra cautious during their journey.

The reason for this concern by the authorities is the death of six travelers in the city. Even after weeks, there is no satisfactory explanation for the reason of death. Out of the six dead, one traveler, Sarah Carter, was a citizen of New Zealand. She was only 23 years old.

NASA preparing particle physics detector for Endeavour’s launch

NASA preparing particle physics detector for Endeavour’s launchNASA is preparing a particle physics detector, called the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), to fit on space shuttle Endeavour which is scheduled to launch in April.

The AMS will gauge the high-energy particles, known as cosmic rays, and will explore signs of antimatter and inexplicable dark matter in space.

Facebook to roll out Groupon-like service

Facebook to roll out Groupon-like serviceFacebook is reportedly all set to make foray into the local deals business, in a move that will put the world’s most popular social-networking site head-to-head with daily deals providers like Groupon.

According to the published reports, Facebook will help businesses deal offers directly to users. The service will introduce be available in Dallas, Atlanta, Austin, San Diego and San Francisco.

Technicians trying to resolve glitch in Soyuz TMA-21 rocket

Technicians trying to resolve glitch in Soyuz TMA-21 rocketRussia's Federal Space Agency officials said they hope to resolve the glitch on a Soyuz TMA-21 rocket in time for it to blast off for the International Space Station (ISS) in April.

The Soyuz TMA-21 spacecraft was scheduled to launch on 29th of March, but a glitch in Soyuz's Kvant-V system (a two-way radio communications system) forced the space agency to postpone the launch.

LHC might function as time machine: a physics professor says

 a physics professor saysThe Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world's largest particle accelerator buried underground near Geneva, may also turn out to be the first time machine built by humans, a physics professor claims.

Professor Tom Weiler of Vanderbilt University claims that the 17-mile-long particle accelerator could be used to send a theoretical particle, called the Higgs singlet, into the past.

Wirefly claims record pre-sales of HTC ThunderBolt

Wirefly claims record pre-sales of HTC ThunderBolt Wirefly, the online retailer that started accepting pre-orders the HTC ThunderBolt on March 15, claimed on Wednesday that its first day of pre-sales of the smartphone were 400 per cent higher than any other phone in its history.

Without providing the exact number of pre-sales, the retailer said the handset accounted for 25 per cent of all pre-sales it registered on Tuesday.

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