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A cockpit design that made it possible for one human error to result in a catastrophic crash was mainly to blame for the destruction of Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo, which resulted in the death of the co-pilot and injury to the pilot, the NTSB concluded on Tuesday. The board also spent some time discussing whether the co-pilot's action, in prematurely unlocking the tail, was part of the probable-cause or not. After a half-hour break, the board proposed a revised probable-cause, which noted that the co-pilot's action initiated the break-up.

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Aveva would receive Schneider Electric’s industrial software business and cash for a 53.5 percent stake in the British engineering company.

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A team of researchers specializes in SLAM, or simultaneous localization and mapping, the technique whereby mobile autonomous robots map their environments and determine their locations. Now these researchers have demonstrated how SLAM can be used to improve object-recognition systems, which will be a vital component of future robots that have to manipulate the objects around them in arbitrary ways.

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Pharmaceuticals: $40.5 billion deal will create a top-10 drugmaker

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Practical measures to aid landslip prevention and enhance track stability are among the improvements pinpointed by recent research that will mean rail passengers face fewer speed restrictions, delays and cancellations in future – and will help the UK rail industry achieve multi-million-pound savings.

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If you judge a prospective employer on its investment intentions then prepare to be impressed: in the next financial year Jaguar Land Rover is investing £3.6bn in products and facilities, and its focus on new talent is as keen as ever.

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The Android smartphone that was responsible for ushering the era of mid-range high specifications smartphone revolution in India is back in a new avatar. In less than a year’s time, Motorola, now owned by Lenovo has launched the third iteration of Moto G. The Moto G (3rd Gen) goes up on sale at Flipkart from midnight. The Moto G (3rd Gen) is priced at Rs. 11,999 for the 8GB internal memory variant and doubling that will cost you Rs. 12,999. Motorola has for the first time made one of its...

Moto G(3rd Gen):Improved Camera & Specs + Water Resistance For The Same Old Price

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The acquisition adds advanced monolithic and integrated CMOS sensors to ams‰ sensor lineup, which already includes a variety of light management chips. The NXP chip business includes a single sensor to measure relative humidity, pressure and temperature.

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Richard Wankmuller shares outlook for Australian design firm Cardno's future through latest results shortfall and market transition.

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