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Landing on our own moon is so 1969. Scientists are now looking for new moons to explore. And in the running is Jupiter’s icy moon Europa, which may just be the next big point of curiosity for our space agency. Earlier this week, NASA announced initial findings from a “report on the potential science value of a lander on the surface [Europa],” and further noted that “the agency is now engaging the broader science community to open a discussion about its findings.”

If you missed out on the news this week then you've come to the right place, as we can get you caught up to all the important events that took place this week. There was a lot that happened, and one of the things that you might want to know more about is that the new Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro is now available for pre-order in India, priced at Rs. 36,900. Samsung India last month unveiled the Galaxy C9 Pro, and it was launched in China back in October.

by AnandaAnatoly
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You might think the Samsung Edge display is cool, but something cooler is coming very soon. Samsung has been working on foldable displays for many years now, and the Korean giant might be ready to showcase its first foldable smartphone in 2017. Information about the phone, which has been dubbed the Galaxy X for now, has slowly been leaking out, and here’s everything we think we know about it so far.

by JASELINEte
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Google has announced its digital assistant Google Cloud Search for G Suite users, previously made available as preview named Springboard, which makes use of "machine intelligence to provide a unified search experience across G Suite." The search giant claims that Google Cloud Search provides comprehensive search and proactive recommendations throughout the day to help its users.

Let us introduce one more Dubai YouTube star HSN Vlogs. Being basically from UK (just like his fellow YouTuber Karimchii), he moved to Dubai 10 years ago. He is fluent in Urdu, Hindi, speaks little bit of Pashto and of course English. As a child of lawyers, Hasan naturally inclined towards law and currently he is studying law at the university in UK. Besides being a law student, he is a part time sports journalist. Hasan writes sports articles for his and other sites. He is so passionate about football that started another channel for reporting the football news and provide commentaries.

by Matar Khalifa
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After a leaked lineup of 17 Ryzen processors appeared over the weekend, a shipping date has surfaced for AMD’s upcoming processor family for desktops: February 28. The date was discovered through AMD Shanghai’s Taobao distribution channel, allowing customers to pre-order the listed chip for $295. The listing doesn’t provide a specific model number, but does show a clock speed of 4.2GHz.

by Matar Khalifa
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Twitter has announced that it will be rolling out three more features in the coming weeks as part of its recent commitment to reducing instances of harassment on the platform.

The most recently announced changes are intended to make abusive tweets less visible in the first place. How will Twitter manage this?

by Ahmed Dubai
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The dark art of search engine optimization could be next in line for software-powered automation — potentially putting hundreds of thousands of ‘SEO consultants’ out of a job.

At least that’s the scenario sketched by RankScience, a YC-backed startup just graduating from accelerator’s winter 2017 program, whose software-as-a-service automates the process of running thousands of A/B tests in order to identify which changes will improve the Google ranking of customer webpages in organic search results.

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Sometimes it’s best to just be blunt — to ask a company, “why is this a thing I want?” It’s an important question — perhaps the most important question in consumer electronics — and for some companies, it’s seemingly becoming increasingly more difficult to answer.

by Paulite
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For many years, there have been several debates about which smartphone OS is better — Android, or iOS. Even among the writers of Gadgets 360, there are strong opinions about why some choose one over the other. But, fact of the matter is that the two have been closing the gaps in the past few years, with Android becoming more fluid and beautiful, and iOS becoming more flexible and customisable.