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  • India opens its first center for human spaceflight

    Crewed spaceflight is still limited to a handful of countries, but India is close to changing that. The Indian Space Research Organization has formally opened its first facility devoted to human spaceflight. The appropriately titled Human Space Fli

    Engadget
  • Ronda Rousey Helping to Open Suicide Prevention Center

    Suicide prevention is a huge issue for Ronda Rousey -- both her father and grandfather took their own lives -- which is why she's so passionate about helping to open a new suicide prevention center in L.A.  The WWE superstar -- along with

    TMZ
  • Alphabet's Verily is opening an opioid addiction center in Ohio

    Alphabet's health data company Verily is mainly known for its devices, but now it's tackling one of the larger problems in the US through facilities. The company is teaming up with Kettering Health Network, Premier Health and Alexandria Real Estate E

    Engadget
  • Twitter opens beta program to test new conversation features

    Twitter is finally ready to start formally testing all those new conversation features it's been teasing for the past several weeks. The company is taking applications for prospective beta testers, who will be able to take Twitter's new conversation features for a spin before they're released to the public. SEE ALSO: The curse of the Twitter reply guy The company is hoping its conversation revamp will make it easier for people to, well, actually have conversations. Twitter has always struggled...

    Mashable
  • Yarmouth Police Department opens training center for fallen officer

    The Yarmouth Police Department will officially open a training center Thursday dedicated in memory of Sergeant Sean Gannon.

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  • Facebook marks opening of sprawling New Mexico data center

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Facebook has marked the opening of its New Mexico data center, a sprawling complex where the social media giant says servers have begun storing some of the millions of videos and other media its users post daily. The data center in Los Lunas, a village south

    The Washington Times
  • The Iconic TWA Flight Center At JFK Is Now A Hotel (Opening In May)

    Yes, the sleek, iconic old TWA Flight Center—which has been sitting abandoned like a 1960s time capsule at JFK Airport since 2001—will be opening its doors as a hotel soon. Fine. If we couldn't move this thing to Manhattan to, say, replace Port Authority, or perhaps figure out how to turn it into some sort of portal to another era, then fine. If we were, I guess, never going to be allowed to get in there whenever we pleased to re-enact scenes from Catch Me If You Can, or live out some amazing...

    Gothamist