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Daily News – 26th of August 2016

What’s new Analog DNA circuit does math in a test tube: DNA computers could one day be programmed to diagnose and treat disease A team of Duke University researchers have demonstrated the creation of synthetic strands of DNA that, mixed together in the right concentrations in a test tube, can create analog circuits able to…

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Daily News – 25th of August 2016

What’s new HP’s new laptop screen can prevent people from spying on you HP developed a new screen that can cut off viewing angles with the press of a button, making it much harder for anyone on either side of a laptop to see what’s being displayed. The feature is called Sure View and works…

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Daily News – 24th of August 2016

What’s new Strong demand for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 tests supply chain Tech giant Samsung said stronger-than-expected demand for the new Galaxy Note 7 is causing supply constraints globally, suggesting strong initial sales for the premium device. “As pre-order results for the Galaxy Note 7 have far exceeded our estimates, its release date in some…

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Daily News – 23th of August 2016

What’s new Android 7.0 Nougat now rolling out to Google Nexus devices The Android 7.0 Nougat update is being rolled out to the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, Pixel C tablet, and Android One General Mobile 4G devices. As it’s a gradual global rollout, users may not see a notification today, but…

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Top news this week, 16th-19th of August 2016

Important announcements Airbus is designing a self-piloting flying taxi Airbus’ A3 subdivision, an innovation-focused unit located in Silicon Valley, is working on building a self-flying vehicle platform codenamed Vahana which is designed to carry both individual passengers and cargo. Airbus said it expects to begin testing its first prototype vehicle by the end of 2017.…

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Daily News – 19th of August 2016

What’s new Facebook AI Research makes fastText open-source Open-sourcing fastText, Facebook’s Artificial Intelligence Research (FAIR) lab says, is part of the team’s “ongoing commitment to collaboration and sharing with the community.” As part of that commitment, FAIR has also shared its own research on fastText, giving those who want to help improve it or use…

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Daily News – 18th of August 2016

What’s new Airbus is designing a self-piloting flying taxi Airbus’ A3 subdivision, an innovation-focused unit located in Silicon Valley, is working on building a self-flying vehicle platform codenamed Vahana which is designed to carry both individual passengers and cargo. Airbus said it expects to begin testing its first prototype vehicle by the end of 2017.…

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Daily News – 17th of August 2016

What’s new Intel will manufacture ARM licensed smartphone chips Targeting smartphone chipmakers like Qualcomm and potentially Apple, Intel has entered into a new licensing agreement with rival ARM Holdings to produce 10-nanometre ARM chips. South Korean consumer electronics company LG will be one of the first customers to use Intel’s new service, the chip giant…

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Top news this week, 8th-12th of August 2016

Important announcements QuadRooter is a new vulnerability affecting over 900 Million Android devices The term includes a set of four vulnerabilities that would eventually end up affecting 900 million Android smartphones and tablets with Qualcomm chipsets. The vulnerability is dubbed as “QuadRooter” and as one might deduce from the name it has everything to do…

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