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ISIS In Iraq: Islamic States Recruits Orphan Children To Kill, Teaches Kids About Guns, Swords, Tanks And Apostates

Militants of the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS, recruited Iraqi orphans into its child soldier division, educating them in jihadist ideology and military techniques, Reuters reported Friday. Many of the children reportedly came from Shi'ite Muslim and Yazidi families, religious communities routinely persecuted by the hardline Sunni Muslim militants who compelled the young boys and girls to refer their families as "apostates" subject to imprisonment and execution. 
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The deal is with ELTA North America, a U.S. subsidiary of Israeli Aerospace Industries which does produce a 'drone buster' called Drone Shield.
Nintendo will release a day-one update for the console just before it launches next week, according to GameSpot . GameSpot got a Nintendo Switch before its release, but found the system doesn't hav
We go behind the curtain of IMAX's upcoming after-show special at the IMAX VR Center in LA.
Google had an outage that took users of its Google Hub and Wi-Fi products offline. This lack of maturity in hardware is a real issue, and makes its devices somewhat unappealing.
Intel currently has a fleet of vehicles in Chandler, Ariz., as well as autonomous driving garages – what the company calls “Labs on Wheels” -- in Germany, Oregon, and California.
Sony exclusive Horizon Zero Dawn is the epitome of eye candy, and the gameplay and story are almost as good.
Although some tech firms have been accused of being sexist for giving virtual assistants female voices, two studies have discovered that it is not just men who like the tone - women prefer it as wel
Apple comes clean with iOS 10.2.1 confirming serious problems, but that's only half the story...
We're proud to bring NextDraft—the most righteous, most essential newsletter on the web—to The post It's Eagles vs. Drones, Plus the Week's Other Prizefights appeared first on WIRED.
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Online fashion distributor ASOS recently launched a digital transformation, relying on Microsoft Azure Platform-as-a-Service to provide an architecture that is both streamlined and scalable.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of its discovery, NASA has released stunning new data on the phenomenon said to be one of the brightest exploding stars seen in over 400 years.
Mobile World Congress 2017 takes place from Feb. 27 to March 2 and is expected to introduce a host of new smartphones and devices to the market. Among the top manufacturers presenting at MWC are Sams
An analysis of ancient whale fossils revealed that early baleen whales were the size of dolphins and heard at low frequencies like today's whales, researchers at Monash University have found.
This year, Apple shareholder Tony Maldonado submitted a proposal asking the company to increase the diversity of senior management and its board of directors. The results of the proposal will be rev
The Federal Communications announced Friday that it intends to block a privacy rule adopted by the commission last year that would require internet service providers to ask for permission before col
Decentralization is changing how business gets done, and while this presents a number of business challenges, it simultaneously paves the way for innovation.
Business units are bringing new technology into the business in order to remain competitive, and are developing their own mini IT departments to support new solutions. It’s a dynamic that’s good for b
ines of business are increasingly circumventing the IT department to buy and build their own apps, purchase cloud and SaaS services, and authorize devices. This influx of technology via business units
A new development in a massive lawsuit against Oculus might impact sales of the Rift virtual reality headset.
Malaysian authorities announced Friday that the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Kim Jong-nam, was killed with the toxic nerve agent substance VX. CCTV footage shows Kim Jong-nam was
Israel has denied a work permit for a Human Rights Watch director, accusing the group of spreading pro-Palestine propaganda, Reuters reported Friday. The news came the same day the U.N. condemned Isr
Some Facebook users are getting logged out of their accounts Friday afternoon due to a technical issue, according to reports being sent on Down Detector. The reports started just after 1 p.m.Photo Cr
New high-powered telescopes will probably have to detect signs of life rather than life itself.
Your cat is a repository for chemicals in your home. As scientists suspected, tests show harmful chemicals can accumulate in the blood of healthy cats.
It’s that time of year again: Girl Scout cookies have likely arrived at your local supermarket entrances. However, a different Girl Scout dessert has recently been made available.  This weekend even
The number of those filing taxes online has risen, but with that increase comes the risk of fraud and hacking.
Eerie footage from Argentina shows the group playing until they suddenly spot what appears to be a mysterious small, dark figure at the side crawling towards them before they run in panic.
In what may be a first, Breitbart chief executive Larry Solov stated that he owns at least part of the conservative-leaning news website to Senate committee in order to secure press credentials Frida
After at least a year of imbalance and stagnation, it looks like Blizzard is finally going to do something about 'Hearthstone' major problems.
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The James Webb Space Telescope continues to undergo testing in preparation for its scheduled 2018 launch.
American's love their UFO's. Buzz60's Emily Drooby (@emilydrooby) has the story.        

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