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  • Sensible Object Launces First Alexa Powered Board Game: When in Rome

    Published On : Jul 18,2018

    Sensible Object is the first company to come up with a board game that can talk back to the players, with the help of Alexa. The game called When in Rome, promises the start of a new era in the field of board games. More Details about the Talking ...

  • Speakers worth US$200 Unveiled by Roku, Specially Made For Roku TV

    Published On : Jul 17,2018

    Roku entered the speaker business with a recent announcement made regarding the launch of Roku TV Wireless Speakers. More Insights into the Launch of Roku Speakers As per Mark Ely, the company’s vice president of product management, Roku is ...

  • Hinge Implements New Algorithm to Find Most Compatible Match for Users

    Published On : Jul 13,2018

    The dating and match making game has highly evolved over the years, especially with the advent of app and online dating. With ever-increasing numbers of profiles that users need to go through, it literally could feel like be finding a needle in a ...

  • Xara Cloud to Ensure that Businesses Receive Attractive Content

    Published On : Jul 12,2018

    When most new businesses want to launch their website, create presentations, or publish a report, it might be difficult to get hold of a professional designer, who can readily work in the companies’ fixed budgets. This might make the businesses ...

  • Giannandrea as New Apple AI Head to Oversee Siri, Core ML; Replaces Federighi

    Published On : Jul 11,2018

    Apple Inc. has a new individual heading their artificial intelligence division, who will likewise supervise the Siri, assuming on that liability from programming official Craig Federighi, as indicated by the organization's site. Giannandrea ...

  • Russia to Deploy Fastest Space Cargo Ship ‘Progress 70’ for ISS Today

    Published On : Jul 10,2018

    A Russian space vehicle stacked with food, fuel and different supplies has launched for the International Space Station. The Progress MS-09 lifted off as planned at 3:51 a.m. Tuesday (5:51 p.m. EDT Monday) from the Russia-rented Baikonur Cosmodrome ...

  • Recovery of Asteroid Particles Begins in Botswana

    Published On : Jul 09,2018

    A fragment from an asteroid, that slammed into Earth a month ago and burst into flames econds in the wake of entering the environment over Botswana, has been found in the Kalahari Game Reserve by a global group of researchers. The fragment has a ...

  • Eta Carinae Cosmic Particles May Hit Earth , suggest NASA’s NuSTAR images

    Published On : Jul 06,2018

    NASA's NuSTAR space telescope has made some new observations which suggest the super luminous star system Eta Carinae is propelling cosmic rays, some of which will probably hit the Earth. Researchers have deduced that Eta Carinae, the brightest...

  • Towards the End of ‘Dawn’, Ceres Bright Spots Get Better Close-Up Shots

    Published On : Jul 05,2018

    NASA's Dawn shuttle is one that we don't get notification from all the time nowadays, mostly in light of the fact that it put in seven years on its approach to overshadow planet Ceres and it's been gradually drawing nearer to the question...

  • Tinier, Cost Effective Microsoft Tablet Clears FCC Regulations

    Published On : Jul 04,2018

    Microsoft is working on a 10-inch Surface-branded tablet, according to a new U.S. Federal Communications Commission filling. The filling, which was first spotted by WinFuture‘s Roland Quandt, corroborates a recent Bloomberg report that said ...

  • Third Party Sellers Can Allegedly Read Your Email on Google Mail

    Published On : Jul 03,2018

    Google said some years back it would prevent its PCs from filtering the inboxes of Gmail clients for data to customize promotions, saying it needed clients to "stay sure that Google will keep protection and security central." Gmail's entrance ...

  • Nokia to Roll Out Android P Updates in Upcoming Month?

    Published On : Jul 02,2018

    All Nokia cell phones made by HMD Global will probably get the Android P update as right on time as August this year. The report originates from a NokiaPowerUser peruser who sent a screen capture flaunting an email he got. The email which originates ...

  • Google Home Tries Hard to Set Foot in Amazon Preexisting Home Speaker Market

    Published On : Jun 29,2018

    Alphabet Inc. the parent company of Google and it’s various other subsidiaries created in 2015 through corporate restructuring. The company is now planning to give Google Home Mini smart speakers to each and every household, as stated by Morgan ...

  • Mysterious Interstellar Object Reported to be classified as Comet

    Published On : Jun 29,2018

    Oumuamua - the first object from another solar system was detected using the Pan-STARRS telescope in Hawaii in October last year. Astronomers used several theories in tandem to conclude about the nature of the object. Initially it was unclear to ...

  • Earthquake Dynamics can be understood with Nanoscale Knowledge of Water, Friction, and Minerals, says Study

    Published On : Jun 28,2018

    A recent research on understanding earthquake dynamics was conducted by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The researchers gained a nanoscale knowledge that describes the relationship between friction, water, and mineral chemicals for ...

  • Google’s Robot Caller gets First Public Trial

    Published On : Jun 28,2018

    Google’s robot caller is to get its first public trial albeit on a small-scale. The robot caller that can speak to humans for reservations or appointments will be calling few businesses in the next few weeks as a pilot to test the system. Google, ...

  • Open AI, changing the Game for Dota 2 Players

    Published On : Jun 27,2018

    Valve Corporation has developed a video game named ‘Dota 2’. It is a free to play multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game. It is a sequel for Defense of the Ancients, a mod created by a community for Warcraft III- Reign of Chaos for Blizzard ...

  • Electrogeochemistry Related to Limit Global Warming, says study

    Published On : Jun 27,2018

    In a bid to limit global temperatures to rise by 2 degrees, this will not only require curbing carbon emissions but also removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, says a new study. This has drawn interest in negative emission technologies. A ...

  • WhatsApp Business Serve Startups to Scale up

    Published On : Jun 26,2018

    WhatsApp - India’s largest messaging app with more than 200 million users, in January, rolled out another service in the country. WhatsApp Business as it is known is proving to be a boon for young enterprises. The app is specifically aimed to make ...

  • New Stealth Material Conceals Objects from Infrared Eyes

    Published On : Jun 25,2018

    In combat operations, infrared cameras are the ones that help drones locate their targets be it pitch dark or heavy fog. A newly developed cloaking material could make it easy to hide from the heat-sensing eyes of infrared cameras. The ultrathin ...

  • Google Rolls out Chrome in Offline Mode for Android Users

    Published On : Jun 22,2018

    Tech giant Google has rolled out chrome in offline mode for Android users in a bid to offer web browsing for everyone everywhere. The offering is for Android users in India, along with 100 more countries to enable browsing the web using Chrome on ...

  • Now Communicate with Google Assistant sans Frequent ‘OK Google’ or ‘Hey Google’

    Published On : Jun 22,2018

    Technology giant Google on Thursday rolled out ‘Continued Conversation’, a virtual assistant feature it had promised at its I/O Conference in May. Apparently, many people have been complaining that they have to add “Hey Google” before each ...

  • New Therapy Makes Oxidative Stress Lethal for Cancer

    Published On : Jun 21,2018

    While medicinally it is accepted that oxidative stress helps tumors to thrive, but new cancer treatments are found to work in a way that is diametrically opposite making them die. Adoptive T cell therapy is related to reprogramming the metabolism of ...

  • Google Can Predict Your Death More Accurately with its Artificial Intelligence Now

    Published On : Jun 21,2018

    Google's venture into all parts of individuals' computerized lives - from email and search, to maps and logbooks - implies there isn't much it doesn't think about its 1.17 billion clients. What's more, now, the search giant may ...

  • Robots to Occupy Moon Before Humans: NASA Plans to Deploy Robots Next Year

    Published On : Jun 20,2018

    The United States needs to send automated voyagers to the moon when one year from now as a preliminary advance towards sending space explorers back there out of the blue since 1972, a Nasa official said on Monday. NASA is arranging lunar missions ...