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Nikon is ditching its only mirrorless camera line-up

In a possible case of “out with the old and in with the new”, Nikon has quietly killed off the 1-series of cameras, the only mirrorless snappers it had in its catalogue. According to NikonRumors, the company has discontinued the entire Nikon 1 series by listing them as “old products” …

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Mozambique Tries Both on a Mountain

MOUNT GORONGOSA, MOZAMBIQUE —  At Mozambique’s Mount Gorongosa — where farmers are being encouraged to grow coffee in the shade of hardwood trees, both to improve their own lot and to restore the forest — there is a point beyond which visitors are told not to go. The problem: Base …

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Mimecast acquires Ataata to improve cyber security training

Mimecast Limited today announced it has acquired cyber security training and awareness platform Ataata The acquisition aims to allow customers to measure cyber risk training effectiveness by converting behavior observations into actionable risk metrics for security professionals. According to research Mimecast conducted with Vanson Bourne, 90 percent of organizations have …

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HTC reveals more on its blockchain phone

HTC has unveiled more details on its all-new blockchain phone. The Taiwanese phone maker has revealed that the HTC Exodus will be available early to fans in the third quarter of 2018. The Android-powered device is set to be powered by blockchain technology, including a cold storage wallet that will …

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Doctors Say Breast Milk, Not Formula, Is Best

WASHINGTON —  You would never think there could be a dispute about breastfeeding, especially since decades of research show that breast milk is better for babies than formula. But after The New York Times reported the Trump administration opposed a U.N. resolution calling for countries to encourage this practice, health …

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