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Organizations Increasingly Choose SGI HPC Systems to Solve the World's Biggest Problems
Today at the Supercomputing 2015 Conference (SC15), SGI (NASDAQ: SGI), a global leader in high-performance solutions for compute, data analytics and data management, announced that more customers than ever are choosing SGI to address the most challenging issues of our time

Des Hague Welcomed as Latest Member of DVEtelepresence Board
Co-founder of Colorado-based investment company AEGIS LLC, Des Hague was announced as the latest board member of communication and technology provider DVEtelepresence

Opengear's Accelerating Growth Continues in 2013 Through Innovations in Infrastructure Management
Opengear (www.opengear.com), a leading provider of critical infrastructure management solutions through advanced console servers, remote management, monitoring, and cellular out-of-band products, today announced that 2013 furthers the company's growth trajectory through increased sales, new products, and amplified visibility.

Opengear Helps Professor Stephen Hawking's Admins Reach the COSMOS
Opengear (www.opengear.com), a leading provider of data centre and remote network infrastructure management solutions, has announced that the system administrators of COSMOS@DiRAC, the UK National Cosmology Supercomputer, have selected Opengear technology to provide secure remote management.

No God required to kick-start Universe 13.75 bn years ago
Leading scientists have once again got themselves embroiled in the debate about the existence of God or a god's involvement in the Big Bang.

Breakthrough device 'hacking' into Stephen Hawking's brain
Standford University scientists are testing a groundbreaking device on Stephen Hawking to allow him to communicate through brain waves and they have likened the project to 'hacking into his brain.'

Aliens that visit Earth won't enslave or vaporize us, says E.T. hunter
Sci-Fi movies like 'Battleship' and 'Men in Black 3' often depict aliens terrorizing our planet.

Tiny device could allow Stephen Hawking to speak by reading his thoughts
Professor Stephen Hawking is testing a tiny - two penny-sized - device that could allow him to 'speak again' - reading his thoughts directly from his brain.

We will eventually colonise Mars after 100 years, says Stephen Hawking
Professor Stephen Hawking, who has decoded some of the greatest mysteries of the universe, predicted that humans will colonise Mars - but not for at least a century.

Women are universe's only enduring mystery for Stephen Hawking
Stephen Hawking, who has decoded some of the most puzzling secrets of the universe, has revealed that for him women are the only enduring mystery of the universe he has found impossible to crack.

Stephen Hawking may lose famous voice as facial muscles deteriorate
Professor Stephen Hawking may lose his distinctive computerised voice as deteriorating facial muscles have slowed down his ability to speak to one word per minute, according to aides.

Announcing the New SGI® UV™: The Big Brain Computer
SGI (NASDAQ: SGI), the trusted leader in technical computing, today announced the availability of the new SGI® UV™ 2 product family

'Genius' Brit girl age 4 joins Mensa with IQ of 159
A four-year-old girl has stunned academicians with an IQ of 159, just one point below Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein.

Ashton Kutcher 'thrilled' to become Virgin Galactic's 500th astronaut
Ashton Kutcher is set to become the 500th space traveller to take a voyage on Virgin Galactic.

Stephen Hawking set for guest appearance in 'Big Bang Theory'
Stephen Hawking will make a cameo in US sitcom 'The Big Bang Theory'.

Stephen Hawking frequents California sex club for lap dances
Acclaimed physicist Stephen Hawking, who is confined to a wheelchair by Lou Gehrig's disease and uses a computer to speak, has been spotted several times getting lap dances at a California sex club.

Wanted: Genius to operate Stephen Hawking' custom-built wheelchair
Professor Stephen Hawking has posted a job advert seeking for a technical assistant to help him maintain and operate his custom-built wheelchair and the computer-controlled voice synthesiser through which he speaks.

NASA's Chandra confirms birth of famous black hole millions of years ago
Washington, Nov 18 (ANI): A team of scientists has discovered new details about the birth of a famous black hole that took place millions of years ago using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory as well as from radio, optical and other X-ray telescopes

Heaven is a fairy story for people afraid of death, says Stephen Hawking
One of the best-known scientists in the world, Stephen Hawking, has dismissed heaven and the afterlife as a 'fairy story' for people afraid of death.

Motor neurone disease taught me not to pity myself: Stephen Hawking
Stephen Hawking, one of the most respected scientists humankind has ever had, is an inspiration to all those suffering from the deadly condition called motor neurone disease.

Indian-origin magistrate found guilty of manslaughter of 2-year-old in UK
An Indian origin magistrate in Britain has been found guilty of the manslaughter of a two-year-old girl scalded in a shower.

Now, 450 people embarking on 200,000- dollar space tour 70 miles above Earth
The world's first space tourists, including an eclectic mix of celebrities, scientists, and entrepreneurs are set to embark on a two-and-a-half hour space ride costing 200,000 dollars (123,000 pounds).

UK schoolgirl has an IQ of 162 - better than Albert Einstein, Bill Gates
A 11-year-old girl from UK, who insists she is just like any other girl her age, is actually very different in one respect.

Gerard Butler 'latest star to be targeted by hackers'
Computer hackers have made Gerard Butler their latest target by posting the details of the actor's private Gmail account on the Internet.

New Book "Choose Your Story, Choose Your Life" Helps Readers Identify, Share and Embody the Best Version of Themselves
"What story do you tell to describe your life? We all have several versions; the specific story you choose can help determine your present and future happiness," says Dean Erickson, author of the new self-help book, "Choose Your Story, Choose Your Life" (Bionic Publishing, October 2010, ISBN: 9781453787014, $9.95 in paperback, $6.95 for Kindle, $6.95 for Nook), available now on Amazon

Very short gamma-ray bursts linked to evaporation of primordial black holes
Scientists have found evidence that very short gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) may be associated with the evaporation of primordial black holes, as originally proposed by cosmologist Stephen Hawking.

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