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  • Google Maps and Google Lens giving more personal results

    Google Maps and Google Lens giving more personal results

    We'll find out for sure when both of the new features roll out globally to Android (and iOS) devices, which Google says will happen in the coming months. "Your matches change as your own tastes and preferences evolve over time - it's like your own expert sidekick, helping you quickly assess your options and confidently make a decision".

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  • In the United States crashed helicopter have died

    In the United States crashed helicopter have died

    Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) are on the scene sifting through the wreckage in order to determine the probable cause of the helicopter crash. The last known contact with the pilot was at 10:55 p.m. Oneida County dispatch received a 911 call about 11:22 p.m. Hess said deputies located the crash site roughly 1 a.m.

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  • Bill Cosby found guilty of all charges in sex assault retrial

    Bill Cosby found guilty of all charges in sex assault retrial

    He faces a defamation lawsuit from Summer Zervos, a contestant on his former reality show who accuses him of sexually harassing her. Trump's lawyer has said her accusations are false and politically motivated. Our heart continues to go out to many of Cosby's victims who spent the past several years being persecuted and criticized for coming out and sharing their stories.

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  • Amazon Finally Shares Prime Membership Numbers

    Amazon Finally Shares Prime Membership Numbers

    The company hasn't previously offered a specific number about its Prime members, instead keeping the size of one of its most important businesses a secret until now. The membership generally costs $99 a year in the USA and lures people in with free two-day shipping and access to video and music streaming. Much of the letter focused on the importance of high standards, but portions also concentrated on recent achievements like the spread of Amazon Lockers at hundreds of Whole Foods stores or ...

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  • Aseemanand acquitted in Mecca Masjid blast case. Judge resigns soon after verdict

    Aseemanand acquitted in Mecca Masjid blast case. Judge resigns soon after verdict

    There were a total of eight accused in the case. "Justice has not been done", he said, "This was a complete biased investigation". This glaring inconsistency apart, which does not eliminate the possibility of the existence of a right-wing terror module in the country, courts in both Ajmer and Hyderabad largely disbelieved the major pillar of evidence on which the NIA rested its case - the judicial confession of Swami Aseemanand .

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  • Russian court rules to block Telegram messenger

    Russian court rules to block Telegram messenger

    Friday's ruling clears the way for Russian communications regulators to order the country's ISPs to block the Telegram protocol or Telegram servers on their networks. The free application, which lets people exchange messages, photos and videos in groups of up to 5,000 people, has attracted more than 200 million users since its launch in 2013.

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  • You Can Now Broadcast Messages Across Amazon Echos with Alexa

    You Can Now Broadcast Messages Across Amazon Echos with Alexa

    In addition to the nationwide availability, the firm also announced that customers can now choose from five new smart locks from lock manufacturers Kwikset, and Yale, bringing the total to eight. The company also announced that the new feature will only be rolled out for users in the U.S. and Canada. However, the message will still only be transmitted to the smart speakers, not including the Alexa apps on mobile devices.

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  • Snapchat Is Adding Group Video Chat To iOS, Android App This Week

    Snapchat Is Adding Group Video Chat To iOS, Android App This Week

    To start a video chat with that many people, you'll need to start a video chat from within a group chat. Friends can choose to only join via voice if they don't want to video join the call. The feature was spotted last month, and is officially rolling out with the new update. We'll let you know when this feature inevitably makes its way into Instagram as well, so stay tuned.

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  • Max Holloway: 'Opportunities Like This Come Once in a Lifetime'

    When the news of Ferguson's injury was announced by UFC President Dana White , mixed martial art fans around the world held their breath and waited for McGregor's response. There's been a lot of talk about McGregor's next opponent, with Georges St-Pierre, Nate Diaz and even Floyd Mayweather Jr. being floated as possibilities in addition to Ferguson, Nurmagomedov and Holloway.

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  • Apple releases iOS 11.3

    Apple releases iOS 11.3

    This update is expected to solve lots of existing iOS 11 bugs and bring new features. That's likely a not-so-subtle dig at the current most popular music video platform: YouTube. Using advanced computer vision techniques to find and recognise the position of 2D images such as signs, posters and artwork, ARKit can integrate these real world images into AR experiences such as filling a museum with interactive exhibits or bringing a movie poster to life.

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  • Google's $300m effort to assist publishers

    Google's $300m effort to assist publishers

    Early tests show that customers who used Google Shopping Actions bought an average of 20 percent more items. "So we'll also highlight those sources across Google surfaces, beginning with a dedicated module on Search", said Albrecht in the blog post .

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  • Explore Google Maps with Mario Kart on MAR10 Day

    Explore Google Maps with Mario Kart on MAR10 Day

    From there on, tapping the yellow question mark icon at the bottom of the Google Maps app will trigger a prompt to kick off Mario Time. That's a name you've undoubtedly heard, whether you're a major Nintendo fanboy or someone who doesn't care much for video games in general.

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  • Oculus Rift whiffed, VR fanbois miffed

    Oculus Rift whiffed, VR fanbois miffed

    Today is the day the Oculus Rift died. Oculus co-founder Nate Mitchell confirmed on Twitter that there was an issue affecting the company's Rift headset. Recently, a "black screen of death" began affecting users, and so far, the finger is being pointed at recent Nvidia driver updates as well as the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update from a year ago.

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  • Mario Tennis Aces, Switch, 3DS Nintendo Direct on for tomorrow

    Mario Tennis Aces, Switch, 3DS Nintendo Direct on for tomorrow

    One of the more prominent news revealed by the presentation was the announcement of Dark Souls Remastered for the Nintendo Switch , which will be released on May 25th, 2018. Nintendo will also show off other 2018 games for Switch and 3DS. At this point there's no hard release date, but perhaps Nintendo is ready to give fans a day to circle on their calendars.

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  • Call of Duty: Black Ops III Updated With New Map and Mode

    Call of Duty: Black Ops III Updated With New Map and Mode

    Yeah, we know. It's rather weird. Call of Duty: Black Ops III is two years old, and many of its players have long since moved on to the two newer instalments in the franchise. The images above have been provided by Charlie INTEL . While it looks legitimate, as always, consider anything that isn't an official confirmation from Activision a rumor.

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  • Apple iPhone 2018 Rumors: iOS 9 Source Code Leaked on GitHub

    Apple iPhone 2018 Rumors: iOS 9 Source Code Leaked on GitHub

    The leaker hoped that the code would help the jailbreaking community circumvent Apple's notoriously hard to crack walled-garden mobile operating system. However, Apple did not explain how the source code ended up being exposed to the public. We wish we had better news folks... Security researcher Patrick Wardle reminded Mashable that simply having access to code does not necessarily make a well-designed OS less secure, noting that Linux is quite secure despite being totally open-source.

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  • Nokia 3310 4G VoLTE variant announced in China

    Nokia 3310 4G VoLTE variant announced in China

    Now, HMD Global , a start-up that revived the iconic Nokia brand, has launched a new 4G variant of the highly popular Nokia 3310 , and it runs on forked Android OS. Now, with the launch of 4G-enabled version, Nokia 3310 is going for a home-run. The revived Nokia 3310 2G and Nokia 3310 3G models that were launched previous year run on Nokia's S30+ operating system , and it was very limited in terms of functionality.

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  • Alexa can send SMS messages using your voice

    Alexa can send SMS messages using your voice

    You can still tell Alexa to "send a message" but if you do that, it will try and send it via the Alexa app first. You can send them to any SMS-supporting devices, including iPhones. There's no word as to when the ability to send an SMS via Alexa will come to iOS users. Amazon is likely hoping the exposure will help it maintain strong Echo sales and fend off competition from Google and Apple.

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  • Radical Trump Proposal Envisions Federal 5G Network

    A Powerpoint presentation that is among the documents Axios obtained says that "China has achieved a dominant position in the manufacture and operation of network infrastructure" and that "China is the dominant malicious actor in the information domain".

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  • Apple HomePod pre-orders open, shipping on 9 February for £319

    Apple HomePod pre-orders open, shipping on 9 February for £319

    HomePod when integrated with HomeKit enabled devices can also be used to turn on lights, adjust the thermostat, unlock doors or raise window shades. Squeezed into that small body, a custom subwoofer is joined by an array of seven beam-forming tweeters to provide the high frequency, supposedly with the added benefit of directional control.

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