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Intel To Ship Open-Source Galileo 2.0 Computers This Summer

Intel To Ship Open-Source Galileo 2.0 Computers This Summer

Last year, Intel unveiled Galileo, an open-source, uncased computer that costs little. This year, the company has readied Galileo 2.0 which the company will start to ship this summer.

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Algorithm Reads Novels And Creates Music About Them

Algorithm Reads Novels And Creates Music About Them

Computer scientists have long used analytics to determine the ‘emotions’ express on Twitter. Now, the same technology has been used by two researchers to make an algorithm read novels and then compose music about them.

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Quitbit: A Smart Lighter To Help You Quit Smoking

Quitbit: A Smart Lighter To Help You Quit Smoking

A huge number of people who smoke have tried to quit at one time or the other. Quitbit is a new smart lighter that promises to help you achieve that goal by keeping track of your smoking habits, much like a fitness-tracking hardware for smokers.

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Pinterest May Soon Roll Out A New Q&A Feature

Pinterest May Soon Roll Out A New Q&A Feature

A number of Question & Answer services and sites have popped up in recent years. Pinterest apparently seems ready to hit the bandwagon with a new feature of its own which will allow users to ask questions and share answers.

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Unique Gmail Downloads On Play Store Pass The 1 Billion Mark

Unique Gmail Downloads On Play Store Pass The 1 Billion Mark

Gmail is, without a doubt, the most popular email service right now. To give you a perspective of its popularity, Gmail’s Android app recently surpassed 1 billion unique downloads.

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Phil Zimmerman Returns With Blackphone – Comes With Thick Layer Of Security And Spy-proof

Phil Zimmerman Returns With Blackphone – Comes With Thick Layer Of Security And Spy-proof

Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) is one of the most popular encryption tools being used today. It is created by Phil Zimmerman. Now Zimmerman is back with ‘Blackphone’, a phone that comes with a thick layer of security and is apparently ‘spy-proof.’

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Archaeologists Discovered Columbus’ Lost Ship

Archaeologists Discovered Columbus’ Lost Ship

When Christopher Columbus left Spain in 1492, he had three ships in his fleet. One of these was lost near Haiti and hasn’t been found since. Now, archaeologists have discovered the wreckage of ship near Haiti and all evidence so far suggests that it is the lost Columbus ship.

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Google’s Search App For iOS Updated With ‘Smarter Conversations’

Google’s Search App For iOS Updated With ‘Smarter Conversations’

Voice-based search is all the rage these days. Google has now updated its official Search app for iOS with what the company is calling ‘smarter conversations.’ It means that you can use voice for search queries, and then also ask relevant, follow-up questions.

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Anyone In U.S. Can Now Buy Google Glass

Anyone In U.S. Can Now Buy Google Glass

Google seems to be finally tuning up the volume of Google Glass sales. The company has now announced that it is making Glass available to all users in the U.S. And that this is not a limited time offer.

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State Supreme Court Rejects NY Attorney General’s Subpoena In Airbnb Case

State Supreme Court Rejects NY Attorney General’s Subpoena In Airbnb Case

Airbnb has witnessed good growth despite the consistent backlash from authorities and the house rental industry in multiple U.S. states. The company has good news in New York where State Supreme Court has overruled the Attorney General’s subpoena meant to access Airbnb records.

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Seagate Unveils 1.5TB ‘Samsung Wireless’ With Wi-Fi, Battery

Seagate Unveils 1.5TB ‘Samsung Wireless’ With Wi-Fi, Battery

If you hate the need to plug in and plug out your external hard drive when connecting to your computer or a mobile device, here are some good news for you. Seagate has unveiled a new drive called ‘Samsung Wireless’ which includes Wi-Fi and a built-in battery.

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Dinosaurs Extinct Because Of A ‘Nuclear Winter’ After Asteroid Strike

Dinosaurs Extinct Because Of A ‘Nuclear Winter’ After Asteroid Strike

The extinction of dinosaurs 66 million years ago coincides with a huge hail of asteroids hitting the surface of the Earth. While these asteroids didn’t exactly kill all dinosaurs, scientists have found evidence that it led to a ‘nuclear winter’ which in turn rendered dinosaurs extinct.

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Massive DDoS Attack Launched By Exploiting Anti-DDoS Services, Strixus Offers Solution

Massive DDoS Attack Launched By Exploiting Anti-DDoS Services, Strixus Offers Solution

Over the past few years, we have seen DDoS attacks grow from benign tools of angry hackers to sophisticated methods of harming target servers. Now, an attacker was somehow able to exploit anti-DDoS services and use them to launch a DDoS attack with 1.5 billion requests per minute.

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Antarctic Ice Sheet Is Melting, No One Can Stop It

Antarctic Ice Sheet Is Melting, No One Can Stop It

Global warming may surface in the headlines every so often but it can actually be seen happening in the Antarctic Ice Sheet. This huge body of ice is gradually melting and scientists say there is no way we can stop it.

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$170 Archos Arcbook Is A Highly Affordable Android Netbook

$170 Archos Arcbook Is A Highly Affordable Android Netbook

If you have been planning on laying your hands on a really affordable Android laptop, here is your chance. Archos Arcbook is a 10.1-inch touchscreen laptop which comes with the unbelievable price tag of $169.99.

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