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Essential, Android Co-Founder Andy Rubin’s Startup, Expected to Launch Bezel-Less Smartphone on May 30 – NDTV

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Juno peers below Jupiter’s clouds – BBC News

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Virtual MacBook Keyboards Hinted in Apple Patent Application – iDrop News

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New BMW 8 Series: The Germans’ most luxurious (and expensive) car ever? – Telegraph.co.uk

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Introducing the new BMW 8 Series: the most luxurious BMW ever? – Telegraph.co.uk

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Mark Zuckerberg’s Great American Road Trip

The Facebook chief plans to visit every state in the union and learn more about a sliver of the nearly two billion people who use the social network regularly.

All the Star Wars tech that seemed cool in 1977, but we’re light years beyond now

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"Star Wars is not science fiction" is one of those arguments that gets trotted out a lot, and it's fundamentally true — but tell that to a 4-year-old kid who's just seen the original George Lucas film in a theater in 1977. 

Because that kid is marching straight home to pretend to use a lightsaber, fly a freighter in hyperspace and talk to his sister on a "comlink." There was a lot of sweet, sweet gadgetry we'd never imagined before on that screen.

Some of it has aged well, but not all. Though Star Wars turned 40 on Thursday, much of its tech feels far older because, well, we've surpassed it.  Read more...

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State of the Art: The Rise of the Fat Start-Up

A service called Opendoor, which will buy your house sight unseen, illustrates a new breed of start-up and Silicon Valley’s ever-widening ambitions.

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Woman gets punched in the gut by Nissan car during anti-collision safety tech demo

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If you've ever been punched in the gut by an SUV, you know how this will feel.

A demonstration of Nissan's anti-collision safety technology went awfully wrong in Sichuan, central China, when the brand new Nissan Rogue, outfitted with a collision avoidance feature, brutally slammed into a female emcee.

The vehicle was filmed slamming into her:

Organisers at a roadshow were demonstrating the Nissan's collision avoidance feature when the accident happened. The emcee, who was unnamed, escaped with minor injuries, reported Phoenix TVRead more...

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Essential, Android Co-Founder Andy Rubin’s Startup, Expected to Launch Bezel-Less Smartphone on May 30 – NDTV


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Essential, Android Co-Founder Andy Rubin's Startup, Expected to Launch Bezel-Less Smartphone on May 30
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Back in March this year, Android co-founder Andy Rubin shared a teaser image of an upcoming smartphone from his company, Essential, which featured a large edge-to-edge display. It seems like we might now be nearing the launch of the smartphone as ...
Android co-founder Andy Rubin's Essential to launch smartphone on May 30The Indian Express
Andy Rubin's Android smartphone to be announced on May 30The Mobile Indian
Android co-creator Andy Rubin set to launch game-changing Essential smartphone next week; all you need to knowInternational Business Times, India Edition
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10 apps Donald Trump should download instead of Twitter (like, right now)

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Donald Trump's using his iPhone wrong.

The President reportedly (finally!) has an iPhone. And yet, he's only installed a single, solitary app on it: Twitter.

Of course.

No matter what side of the political aisle you fall on, most of us can probably agree that more access to Twitter isn't exactly something Trump needs, well, more of. That said, he probably could use a few other apps, though. 

Here's what he should download instead:

1Interactive Constitution

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Look, you don't even have to read the whole thing. Maybe just give the important parts—like the First Amendment—a glance every once in awhile. Actually, on second thought, you might also want to brush up on Article II, Section 4. You know, just in case. Read more...

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Juno peers below Jupiter’s clouds – BBC News


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Juno peers below Jupiter's clouds
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Scientists working on the American space agency's new Juno mission say its initial observations at Jupiter have taken their breath away. In particular, they have been amazed by the storms seen at the planet's poles. "Think of a bunch of hurricanes ...
Nasa Juno captures Jupiter's magnetic fields and cyclonesDaily Mail
Jupiter Is Much Stranger Than Scientists ThoughtThe Atlantic
Juno probe reveals more of Jupiter's surprisesCBS News
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Virtual MacBook Keyboards Hinted in Apple Patent Application – iDrop News


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Virtual MacBook Keyboards Hinted in Apple Patent Application
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Apple is reportedly exploring the idea of a virtual keyboard for MacBooks or similar devices, as a new patent application published today by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office suggests. The patent application, “Housing as a I/O device,” is written in ...
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Mark Zuckerberg’s Great American Road Trip

The Facebook chief plans to visit every state in the union and learn more about a sliver of the nearly two billion people who use the social network regularly.