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Jun 21, 2015

Discovery News

Solstice: How Humans Celebrate Official Start of Summer
Discovery News
Today marks the summer solstice, the official start of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. Summer love. Is that really a thing, or just a nice thought? With the help of technology, Laci looks at at the myth you're more likely to begin a new relationship under the ...
First official day of summer: Questions and answers about the year's longest dayWashington Post (blog)
Summer Solstice: Temps Soar for the Longest Day of the YearCBS Local
5 summer solstice celebrations from around the worldMashable
WOWT -Newsy -News Radio Wood
all 152 news articles »

Jun 20, 2015

Did virtual reality technology make an impact at the E3 show?

Jun 20, 2015


Amazon uses machine learning to show you more helpful reviews
Let's be blunt: Amazon's reviews sometimes suck. Many of them are hasty day-one reactions, others are horribly misinformed and a few are out-and-out fakes. The internet shopping giant thinks it knows how to sort the wheat from the chaff, however.
Amazon is overhauling its reviews systemThe Verge
Can Amazon Keep Product Reviews Clean with New Changes?EcommerceBytes (blog)
Amazon changes its key formula for calculating product ratings and displaying ...GeekWire
CNET -Re/code -New York Post
all 9 news articles »

Jun 20, 2015

Morning Ticker

Scientists stunned after taking a close look at this picture of Saturn's moon Dione
Morning Ticker
There's one amazing detail in this photo of Dione from NASA's Cassini spacecraft that is amazing those who see it. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter · Share on Reddit · Follow on Feedly. NASA's Cassini spacecraft made a close pass at Saturn's moon ...
Cassini probe ZOOMS IN on Saturn's craggy Dione moonThe Register
NASA's Cassini Spacecraft Transmits Images of Saturn's moon DioneEmpire State Tribune
Cassini does a nearby fly above surface of Saturn's mysterious moon, DioneThe Market Business
University Herald -Viral Global News -Times Gazette
all 48 news articles »

Jun 20, 2015

National Monitor

Moon jellyfish stun scientists by rearranging their entire bodies in this weird way
National Monitor
A scientist in California was waiting on a shipment from Japan when he started experimenting with moon jellies … and he was shocked at what he found. Scientists were astounded at the discovery that the mysterious moon jellyfish can rearrange its bodies ...
Moon Jellyfish, Maintaining symmetry through regenerationThe Market Business
Moon Jellyfish regenerates and rearranges lost body parts to maintain symmetryThe Next Digit
Symmetry restored: How moon jellyfish repair the loss of a limbChristian Science Monitor
Weekly Observer -Immortal News -Dispatch Times
all 34 news articles »

Jun 20, 2015

Android Headlines - Android News

Samsung Highlights Six Generations Of The Galaxy S Wallpaper
Android Headlines - Android News
The Samsung Galaxy S line is one of the most mature in Android circles. The original Samsung Galaxy S appeared in 2010 and has been succeeded by a series of sequentially numbered devices, culminating in the sixth generation Galaxy S6 model that was ...
Pew, pew, pew! Sammy shoots out updates to plug mobile keyboard snooping bugThe Register
Samsung announces security fix for 600 million Galaxy phonesThe Next Digit
Samsung Announces Galaxy J5 And J7 Selfie Phones with Front-Facing FlashI4U News
Hot Hardware -Daily News -InformationWeek
all 383 news articles »

Jun 20, 2015

State Column

Shocking - possible evidence of volcanic activity on Venus
State Column
An amazing discovery by the European Space Agency suggests that Venus, our closest planetary neighbor, might be volcanically active. Venus' thick atmosphere obscures its surface from view, but that hasn't stopped scientists from trying to find out what's ...
There's Growing Evidence of Volcanic Activity on VenusGizmodo
Scientists: Venus probably home to active volcanosTechnoBuffalo
Venus has Active Volcanoes and Lava Flows: Scientific StudyThe Market Business
The Standard Daily -Morning Ticker -Empire State Tribune
all 93 news articles »

Jun 20, 2015


Sixth Great Extinction Under Way, Scientists Say
A group of "mangalica" pigs roam around in their grazing area in Kaba, Hungary, May 22, 2015. Mangalicas, which were all but extinct 25 years ago, now feature prominently in some of the best restaurants in the world for their tasty, fatty meat.Picture taken ...
How to prevent the sixth mass extinctionChristian Science Monitor
Earth entering 6th mass extinction, study warnsColumbus Dispatch
Study: Earth entering sixth mass -Naples Daily News -Newsy
all 251 news articles »

Jun 20, 2015

Hollywood Reporter

Oops! WikiLeaks slips out YET MORE Sony SECRETS
The Register
WikiLeaks has added more than 275,000 documents to its trove of data lifted from Sony Pictures Entertainment as a result of its infamous hack by “North Koreans”. The leaky boat first published Sony's stuff in April, when it released 30,000 documents and ...
WikiLeaks is back, and they've released TONS of embarrassing Sony emails...National Monitor
Sony hack: WikiLeaks releases new batch of 270000 documentsBoston Herald
WikiLeaks Adds Over 270000 Sony Hacked DocumentsThe Monitor Daily
Times of India -News Every day -Tech Times
all 100 news articles »

Jun 20, 2015


From The Eyes of Google's AI
News Every day
Artificial Intelligence is trained to do things the way humans want it do. Researchers at Google got neural networks to do some thinking with the information they learnt. The result: Inceptionism. In a blog post, software engineers Alexander Mordvintsev and ...
Google builds neural network, makes it hallucinate (+video)Christian Science Monitor
Teaching image-recognition algorithms to produce nightmarish hellscapesBoing Boing
Inceptionism: How Neural Networks SeeiProgrammer
Tech Times -BizTek Mojo -Mashable
all 34 news articles »

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