17
May
2016

Google Home to bring search and more to thin air

Queiroz holding a Google Home at the 2016 Google I/O conference

All eyes in the tech world are turned toward San Francisco today as Google unveils its latest and greatest at its annual I/O conference. The first major announcement came after CEO Sundar Pichai kicked things off and handed the mic to Mario Queiroz, Google's Vice President of product management. Queiroz unveiled Google Home, one of the expected announcements at today's event, which basically brings Google's voice assistant feature to a standalone unit similar to Amazon's Echo.

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Category: Around The Home

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17
May
2016

iPhone manufacturer Foxconn buys Nokia feature phone business from Microsoft

iPhone manufacture and the world’s largest contract fabricator, Foxconn, has made an interesting purchase, snagging the Nokia feature phone business from Microsoft for a paltry $350 million with a little help from private equity backed HMD Global. Nokia’s feature phones, which are powered by the Series 30+ operating system, once were its bread and butter—especially in […]

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17
May
2016

Very Large Telescope spies colorful nebula in the Large Magellanic Cloud

Image of emission nebula N55 as captured by the ESO's VLT

The European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope located at the Paranal Observatory, Chile has captured a stunning vista of an emission nebula known as LHA 120-N55, or N55 for short. The nebula is located in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way orbiting roughly 200,000 light years away.

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Category: Space

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17
May
2016

Thousands of satellite snaps create cloud-free view of Africa

The mosaic is the first of its kind, generated as part of the ESA's Climate Change ...

A stunning new composite image, made up of nearly 7,000 individual snaps taken by the European Space Agency's (ESA) Sentinel-2A, shows a completely cloud-free view of the African continent. It took the satellite some four months to gather the photos, with most of the shots taken between December 2015 and April 2016.

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Category: Space

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