Google shows how Android apps will run on your Chromebook – Engadget


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Google shows how Android apps will run on your Chromebook
Engadget
Google was quick to tout Chrome OS' upcoming support for Android apps during its I/O 2016 keynote, but how does it actually work in practice? You won't have to travel to Mountain View to find out: the search firm has posted the video of a developer …
Google Store Starts Selling The Acer Chromebook 14 And Chromebook 11 (2016)Android Police


Acer Chromebook 11 (2016) & 14 Available From The Google StoreAndroid Headlines
Acer Chromebook 14 & 11 (2016) available on Google StorePhandroid.com
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Jacob Appelbaum leaves Tor Project following allegations of sexual misconduct and assault – The Verge


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Jacob Appelbaum leaves Tor Project following allegations of sexual misconduct and assault
The Verge
Now that I've seen someone make a basketball shot in Overwatch, is there any… Next Story. Google really likes making things out of cardboard · Tech · US & World. Jacob Appelbaum leaves Tor Project following allegations of sexual misconduct and assault.
Tor developer Jacob Appelbaum quits after “sexual mistreatment” allegationsArs Technica


Appelbaum Leaves Tor Project Amid Sexual Misconduct AllegationsVICE
Tor Project developer steps down amid sexual mistreatment allegationsTechCrunch
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A lip-syncing app teens are obsessed with just got bought for $1 billion — here’s how to use Musical.ly – Business Insider


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A lip-syncing app teens are obsessed with just got bought for $1 billion — here's how to use Musical.ly
Business Insider
Jacob Sartorius, age 15, spends more time than most teenagers staring into his phone's selfie camera. He uses the app Musical.ly to record himself mouthing the words to songs — drawing hearts with his hands and "smizing" — and shares the video with
An app where teenagers lip synch reportedly got bought for $1 billionMashable


Lip-Syncing Video App Musical.ly Has Been Sold For A Reported $1 BillionForbes
Musical.ly, the lip-syncing video app, is going to sell for at least $800 millionRecode
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Bose’s Best Noise-Canceling Headphones Finally Go Wireless – Gizmodo


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Bose's Best Noise-Canceling Headphones Finally Go Wireless
Gizmodo
Bose likes to talk about how they invented noise-canceling headphones. While technically true, it didn't seem to give them any advantage over the competition that's now saturated store shelves with wireless ear gadgets of various kinds. But, finally
Bose Tips First Wireless Noise-Cancelling HeadphonesPC Magazine


Bose gets serious about wireless headphones, debuts 4 wildly different modelsMashable
Bose goes wireless with the QuietComfort 35 headphonesEngadget
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Microsoft Band 2 gets Cortana support for Android users – Engadget


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Microsoft Band 2 gets Cortana support for Android users
Engadget
Microsoft Band 2 pairs up just fine with Android phones. But if you want to be able to issue voice commands through the wearable, check out the latest update for Microsoft Health. The app's newest version comes with Cortana integration for Android
Microsoft Band Heart Rate Zones in PracticeSuperSite for Windows


You Can Now Use Cortana with Microsoft Band on AndroidThurrott.com (blog)
Microsoft Translator comes to Kindle FireWinBeta
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MacArthur Foundation Will Award $100 Million for Solution to a Global Problem – CNBC


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MacArthur Foundation Will Award $100 Million for Solution to a Global Problem
CNBC
The MacArthur Foundation, known for bestowing ''genius'' grants on artists, actors and other creative people, introduced a new competition on Thursday that would award $100 million to an organization with the best proposal to solve a global problem.
The Ultimate in Contest Philanthropy: MacArthur Foundation's $100 Million JackpotThe Nonprofit Quarterly (blog)


Here's $100 Million. Now Go Fix Something BigBloomberg
MacArthur to Give $100 Million to 1 Group to Solve 1 Big ProblemChronicle of Philanthropy (subscription)
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Google Does Not Want A Robot Apocalypse To Happen, So It’s Building A Button To Turn Off AI – Tech Times


Tech Times

Google Does Not Want A Robot Apocalypse To Happen, So It's Building A Button To Turn Off AI
Tech Times
Google, one of the companies at the forefront of artificial intelligence development, was involved in a study that looks to build an off button for the technology. The switch would allow humans to take control over misbehaving robots. ( Jack Taylor
Researchers want a 'big red button' for shutting down a rogue artificial intelligenceThe Verge


Google Developing Panic Button To Kill Rogue AIInformationWeek
Google DeepMind Researchers Develop AI Kill SwitchMotherboard
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Gene circuits in live cells can perform complex computations – Science Codex


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Gene circuits in live cells can perform complex computations
Science Codex
CAMBRIDGE, MA — Living cells are capable of performing complex computations on the environmental signals they encounter. These computations can be continuous, or analogue, in nature — the way eyes adjust to gradual changes in the light levels.
Scientists build gene circuits capable of complex computationUPI.com


Complex analogue and digital computations in engineered bacterial cellsLifeboat Foundation (blog)

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