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Project xCloud is Microsoft’s streaming gaming service

Microsoft’s streaming video service Announced during E3 2018. In a post on official Microsoft blog, the company talked more about what we can expect from the future Project xCloud, which should begin testing in early 2019.The xCloud service will work on several different devices, including consoles, PCs, phones and tablets. According to Microsoft, developers will be able to […]

The Google Pixel 3 XL on sale even before its official announcement

The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are highly anticipated by the trade press and fans. We already know everything there is to know but while the devices are not yet official, they are already on sale … Google has not yet officially announced its Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, the event is scheduled […]

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The Amazon Alexa app gets a new look

The mobile app dedicated to Google Assistant has been updated recently, with a brand new interface. Today, it is that of Amazon Alexa who is getting a new look. While Alexa’s main interest is to allow users to control voice-enabled devices, it can be useful, if not necessary, sometimes to use the dedicated mobile application. If you are used to […]

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iPhone XS would sell better than iPhone 8

Apparently, buyers are more attracted to the iPhone Xs than to the iPhone 8 . This is in any case what advance several new reports.Apple unveiled the new iPhone on September 12 and some were marketed just days after that date. Indeed, the iPhone Xs and Xs Max are available on the market since September 21, which is not yet the case […]

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The First Artificial Intelligence Painting of $ 10,000

Art is one of the last instances in which people give themselves a taste for algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI). But that could change soon. At the end of October, Christie’s auction house is going to sell the first painting of an AI. Expected Price: $ 7,000 to $ 10,000.   Do you know Edmond de Belamy? No? Then you […]

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World’s First Baby Born with Controversial “3 Parent” Technique [Breaking NEWS]

New Scientist reports;  On 6th April 2016 a baby born in Mexico to a Jordanian couple with new “3 Parent Technique”  and become world’s first baby born with this controversial technique that is not allowed in the United States at present.In fact this technique uses new in-vitro fertilization process that results in birth of a baby by using […]

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5300 Year-Old Mummy “Otzi” Finally Speaks: Here’s the Voice of a Mummy from Stone Age

Otzi, the Iceman, was sleeping quiet and he never uttered a word in last 53 centuries. But now he finally broke the science and spoke to the modern world with some vowels. How it happened? Here is the full info about the Ice Man Otzi. Many Science Magazines and web site report that a team […]

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Where are the Pokémon? Telling a Google map

Pokémon GO is the application that allows you to combine a passion for animals in pixels with augmented reality  which continues to grow unabated. The increase of members, however, a troublesome side effect seems to involve certain users: Pokémon available in their surroundings seem more and more scarce. Effect of cut-throat competition at the local level, perhaps, but also […]

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The cause of obsessive compulsive disorder is identified?

The obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder characterized by intrusive, recurrent and persistent thoughts that produce uneasiness, apprehension, fear or concern. Also, with the aim of reducing this anxiety, repetitive behaviors occur. Despite the various symptoms of the disease, new research suggests that OCD may be mediated by a single brain receptor , thus providing a clear target for […]

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The US Army will change its Android phones to iPhone

The team of Special Operations US Army decided to stop using Android devices to equip its Special Operations Command with iPhone phones. According to the website Military.com , in the past the army had given his soldiers Tactical Assault kit equipped with what was believed to be a variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note, but now the new kit will Tactical Assault […]

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CoreCLR, .NET Core Open Source is Published

CoreCLR is the new .NET framework runtime Core, which aims to facilitate building applications that use the  .NET  stack horizontally. Microsoft has announced the publication .NET Core which is licensed Open Source and the road map to be able to run .NET applications on Linux and OSX in the near future. At the origin was […]

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Google still seeking to offer versions of their services for children

The last March and we had met some rumors about the release of an alleged child-friendly version of YouTube, then The Information was the means publishing this report. But a few hours ago USA Today has published an interview with Pavni Diwanji, vice president of engineering at Google, which states that the company is still looking to offer services for kids. […]

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