Google expands health conditions feature to include 900 illnesses – Engadget


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Google expands health conditions feature to include 900 illnesses
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Google is making it easier to look up illness, so you don't have to wait for websites to load in order to get a quick overview of what you might (or might not) be dealing with. Mountain View has doubled the number of diseases in its health conditions
Google Now Tells You About All the Possible Illnesses You're SufferingGizmodo


Who needs a doctor? Go see Google's Knowledge Graph insteadDigital Trends
Incoming Update To Google Health Conditions Will Bring Hundreds More IllnessesPress Examiner
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Robots will be fighting against pesty starfish on the Great Barrier Reef – Mashable


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Robots will be fighting against pesty starfish on the Great Barrier Reef
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Crown-of-thorns starfish are one of the greatest threats to Australia's Great Barrier Reef, and a team of researchers have a robot that's going to fight back. The starfish species, which is native to the Indo-Pacific region, feeds on coral and a
Australia Deploys Killer Robots to Terminate Reef-Eating StarfishNBCNews.com


Robot to destroy starfish on Great Barrier ReefBrisbane Times
COTSbot Is The Terminator Of StarfishUbergizmo
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Chrome’s next update makes it less resource hungry – Engadget


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Chrome's next update makes it less resource hungry
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A big part of what's won Chrome a lot of converts is how much faster it is over the competition. That speed comes at a price, though: The web browser is notoriously a resource hog (especially if you have a dozen or so tabs open at once) and it
Google's Latest Chrome Update Emphasizes Speed And Lower Memory UsageTechCrunch


Google Chrome just made big changes to save your batteryThe Verge
Chrome Gets Even Faster NowUbergizmo
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Mozilla pushes out first public preview of Firefox for iOS – VentureBeat


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Mozilla pushes out first public preview of Firefox for iOS
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Mozilla said today that it began the rollout in New Zealand of its first public preview version of a Firefox browser for iOS. Mozilla said in a blog post today that the New Zealand preview will allow it to collect feedback in one country before getting
Mozilla is ready to test Firefox on iOS, but only in New ZealandEngadget


The first public preview of Firefox for iOS is hereThe Verge
Firefox for iOS preview launches in New Zealand, to hit App Store by year's endApple Insider
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IFA Day 1: 4K Smartphones and water-cooled laptops – Engadget


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IFA Day 1: 4K Smartphones and water-cooled laptops
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IFA started with a bang as Sony whipped out the Xperia Z5 Premium, a smartphone that comes with the "world's first" 5.5-inch 4K display. That was swiftly followed by the launch of Huawei's Mate S, a phone that's designed to kill the iPhone 6 Plus by
Moto 360 Leak Shows It Has Largest Display-To-Body RatioPress Examiner


FYI: New Moto 360 (2nd Gen) Won't Work With First Gen ChargersRapid News Network
Motorola defends its decision not to make the Moto 360 screen entirely roundBetaNews
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Future Turns to the Dark Side in “Blood On the Money” Video

Telling a cautionary street tale, Future puts on all black for a funeral in the “Blood On the Money” video. Portraying the dark side of the streets, Future paints an ominous picture and drops a relatively grim video for his Dirty Sprite 2 cut. Featuring funeral scenes, a murder, a grave robbery and bodies dropping, Future is at his most menacing as he watches his enemies get buried. Esco helps lighten the mood in the end with his usual antics but “Blood On the Money” is a much darker side of Future. We’re not mad. Peep this one above and stream Dirty Sprite 2 again just ’cause.

Street View? Psh. Try Hiroshima’s Cat View – PC Magazine


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Street View? Psh. Try Hiroshima's Cat View
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Google's Street View? Super helpful if you really want to get a sense of an area before you travel there. Or if you like looking at places that you might someday visit, it's one of the ultimate gawking tools. And if you really have a lot of time on
Cat Street View: The Internet taken to its logical conclusionCNET


You need to check out Japan's Street View for cats right meowMashable
In Case You Want To Prowl Around Japan From the Point of View of a CatGizmodo
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