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Google Doodle Celebrates Sculptor Edmonia Lewis; 5 Facts You Need to Know

Google Doodle Celebrates Sculptor Edmonia Lewis; 5 Facts You Need to Know

To kick off Black History Month, Google has chosen to celebrate the first internationally renowned African-American sculptor. Edmonia Lewis is honored by the search engine on February 1. Lewis, who was of African and Native American heritage, was born in New York in 1844 but lived most of her professional life in Europe, settling in Rome. Until her teenage years, Lewis went by the Native American name, Wildfire.

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New Tiny Phone-Sized Drone Called Airselfie, Changing The selfie Game For Good

New Tiny Phone-Sized Drone Called Airselfie, Changing The selfie Game For Good

If your arm isn’t long enough to act as your personal selfie stick, and you’ve managed to lose every plastic selfie stick you’ve purchased, this may be for you. A pocket-sized drone coined the AirSelfie can hover in the air for three minutes, thus ensuring you can capture the perfect selfie or group pic.

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Why Google AdWords Isn’t Working For You (Or Vice Versa)

Many organizations find difficulties in gaining ROI through Google Adwords due to their misunderstanding of the tool. This article is specified to startups, even though larger organizations face this issue as well. Many are aware of the solutions such as providing relevant content and offering transparency, making your site easy …

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Zuckerberg Testifies in $2 Billion Lawsuit that Oculus Did not Steal Core VR Tech

Zuckerberg Testifies in $2 Billion Lawsuit that Oculus Did not Steal Core VR Tech

Zuckerberg was forced to leave his signature gray t-shirt at home today and suit up for court. The Facebook CEO was called to the stand in a Dallas courtroom today to testify in an explosive $2 billion lawsuit which claims that Oculus Inc. (which FB acquired in March of 2014) was built upon technology stolen from Zenimax Media...

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iPhone 10th Anniversary: Ten Ways The iPhone Changed the World in The Last Decade

iPhone 10th Anniversary: Ten Ways The iPhone Changed the World in The Last Decade

The iPhone has had a dramatic impact on everyday life, ever since Apple's chief executive Steve Jobs first unveiled the iconic device 10 years ago today. From kickstarting the app revolution to bringing voice-recognition technology to the masses, the iPhone has given rise to a broad range of new behaviours...

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Nvidia is Bringing Google Assistant to Your TV

Nvidia is Bringing Google Assistant to Your TV

LAS VEGAS — Google Assistant is about to get a new platform: TVs. Nvidia's new Shield set-top box will ship with Google Assistant built in, Nvidia announced Wednesday. The company is also making a separate microphone, called the Nvidia Spot, so you can interact with the Assistant outside your living room...

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Can the iPhone 8 Compete with a Samsung Galaxy S8 that looks like this?

Can the iPhone 8 Compete with a Samsung Galaxy S8 that looks like this?

All of our focus should be on CES 2017 this week, but a new round of reports has shifted our attention to two devices that will end up being far more popular than anything unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show, and likely more exciting as well: the iPhone 8 and Galaxy S8. Apple and Samsung both have big plans for their flagship smartphones in 2017, but Apple’s plans won’t be realized for another eight months...

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Moto X Pure Edition Spotted On GFXBench With Android 7.1.1 Nougat: OS Update Coming Soon?

Moto X Pure Edition Spotted On GFXBench With Android 7.1.1 Nougat

The Moto X Pure Edition, known as the Moto X Style for users outside the United States, was spotted on the GFXBench processor benchmark test website running Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Motorola previously revealed that the Moto X Pure Edition, which is currently running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, will soon receive an update to the latest version of Google's mobile operating system. With the GFXBench sighting, could the Android 7.1.1 Nougat launch for the smartphone be drawing nearer?

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