Seven Ancient Wonders

Seven Ancient Wonders

The ancient Greeks created a list of the Seven Wonders of the World. They chose these creations for their size and beauty. Now, let’s take an ancient tour.
The Great Pyramid of Khufu at Giza
Built: 2560 B.C.
Almost 100,000 people worked for twenty years to build this tomb. It is made of over two million stones. Each weighs over 900 kilos. It is the structure itself with its perfect symmetry and impressive height which impressed ancient. It is the only ancient wonder that still exists.
The Hanging Gardens at Babylon
Built: around 600 B.C.
They are described by the ancient writer Diodorus Siculus as being self-watering planes of exotic flora and fauna reaching a height of over 75 feet through a series of climbing terraces. A king built these gardens on an artificial mountain for his queen. He planted beautiful trees and flowers on it.
The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
Built: around 600 B.C.
The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, a Greek colony in Asia Minor, took over 120 years to build and only one night to destroy.

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Amazon is Planning to Update the Kindle Fire E-book Reader

Amazon has informed that new software update for its Kindle Fire e-book reader is coming up soon. As the reviewers and users have been complaining, the best promoted Amazon Fire tablet left some blunders in its design and functionality that made many Kindle users to pack the device and send it back to the manufacturer or throw it in some place and wait for a software update.
The main complains were the following:

Lack of privacy. There was no screen lock or authorization feature available on the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet, which was making your taken actions completely transparent to your family members and people that access your Kindle device. With the new software update, the browsing history will be available for cleaning.

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Japan launches rocket

Japan Launches Radar Spy Satellite

Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has launched a new radar spy satellite that has reached the orbit on H-2A rocket from Tanegashima Space Center. The satellite reached Earth’s orbit 20 minutes after the rocket launch. It is dedicated for observing and picturing military and civil objects from the space. However Japanese professionals do not open up all capabilities of the satellite. This was the 20th flight of the H-2A launcher rocket; 19 past missions passed successfully.

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