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Are Ben Higgins And Lauren Bushnell Married Yet? Catch Up With ‘Bachelor’ Stars Before ‘Happily Ever After’

Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell found love on reality TV and they’ll continue their journey in front of the cameras on Tuesday night’s premiere of “Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After?” Before the Freeform series catches us up with “The Bachelor” couple, found out where they are in their lives today.
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Fossil is releasing a line of hybrid smartwatches from brands such as Armani, Kate Spade, and Michael Kors.
It’s confirmed! Ciara and her husband Russell Wilson are expecting their first child together. The two confirmed the news via Instagram. Posting a photo of her and Wilson, Ciara said: “On this specia
The event seeks to promote Japan’s interest in cooperating with the Armenian IT sector, at the same time establishing new business ties.
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Neville Ray, T-mobile's Chief Technology Officer, has stated that the company will be "approaching Gigabyte speeds" by next year. He stated that the company is using 4X4 MIMO (Multi-input, multi-outp
Vertiwalk has been designed by a team from the Rombaut Frieling Lab in Eindhoven, Netherlands, and is a hybrid between stairs and an elevator.
It takes less than three minutes for a hacker to hack an enterprise IoT device.
The Cupertino brand ihas hired dozens of software engineers from Blackberry-owned QNX and is developing its car OS at a base in near Ottawa, sources claim.
With SMS now over 20 years old, mobile messaging is undergoing immense changes and in the era of fluid communications the habits of consumers are providing interesting insights into our preferences an
"We're making the camera a really nice creative tool, and that's the kind of thing we're very invested in right now," Chris Cox said.
Back in September, BlackBerry announced it would stop building hardware, and instead focus on its software and services business. While BlackBerry is focused on software, the company hasn’t decided t
Spanish researchers have developed a system that can respond to pupils not concentrating on their work
For astronauts who have undertaken lengthy sojourns in the low-gravity environment of space, back pain is a serious health concern. According to NASA, lower back pain is nearly 70 percent more preval
A team of scientists led by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology studied 19 quasars using the Very Large Telescope at ESO's Paranal Observatory, with a new instrument called MUSE.
The world installed more new renewable energy last year than coal, as countries attempt to shift away from fossil fuels and take advantage of massive cost reductions in wind and solar technology. Mor
A new report by Xirrus sheds light on our public Wi-Fi usage habits.
Scientists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, compared the pros and cons of using various brain imaging techniques to make the technology a reality in the future.
CBS’ favorite crime series, “Criminal Minds,” will finally return today after two weeks. Last time we saw the procedural, Interpol Agent Emily Prentiss (Paget Brewster) returned to the BAU (Behaviora
Rumor has it that Microsoft has a modular computer in the works that snaps together like Lego.
Zotac has unveiled plenty of new goodies to celebrate its tenth birthday.
Power grid companies were put on alert after the US Space Weather Prediction Center, based in Colorado, predicted a 'serious' G3 level solar storm. The impact, however, could be global.
Google has finally responded to Pixel and Pixel XL owners' complaints that the camera on the smartphones generates a "Halo Effect" on photos. According to Google's product forum, the effect comes due
A Dundee-born scientist dies in Antarctica after the snowmobile he was driving fell into a crevasse.
Rapid growth during puberty can prevent obesity. But easy access to cheap junk foods outweighs the protection of growth spurts, says Amy Reichelt, a psychologist based in Melbourne.
Millions of pounds are being spent unblocking drains all because of wet wipes being flushed down the toilet.
Industry body Nasscom has said that it will look at reducing the guidance for the IT sector in the 2017 fiscal. For the current fiscal, Nasscom expects a 10-12 per cent growth for the $143 billion ..
Photographer Evan Anderman captures the eastern plains from the cockpit of his Cessna 206. The post Intriguing Aerials of a Colorado You’ve Never Seen Before appeared first on WIRED.
Councils spend significantly more money on training for working at heights.
Fan of Prisma’s photo editing features? Facebook is working on its own filters for video.
Vodafone has been hit with a £4.6m fine for failing to deliver on customer credit purchases, among other failings.
In the company's native South Korea, Online payments counted for 25% of the 2 trillion won in payments processed by the service.
The brainteasers, made in preparation for Children's Book Week next week, tell the story of everything from Winnie The Pooh to Peter Rabbit to test Britain's emoji translation skills.
Scientists studying the aftermath of one of the worst coral bleaching events in history along the Great Barrier Reef have returned with some bad, albeit expected news: Much of that ecosystem is now d
Tim Cook said he’s “not sure” Apple will be able to produce enough iPhone 7 Plus handsets to meet end of year demand.

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