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Tidal Discovery will allow independent artists to upload directly

@ 2015/04/23 read/post comments(0)
While Tidal didn't have too much to say about independent artists during its relaunch a couple weeks ago, the company is lending a hand now. In an interview with Smashd, Tidal's Chief Information Officer Vania Schlogel discussed the upcoming Discover... Go To Full Article

Facebook continues to make most of its money from mobile

@ 2015/04/23 read/post comments(0)
Facebook's bet on mobile continues to pay off in absolute spades. The first quarterly earnings report of the year from Zuckerberg and crew lay testament to that, showing that a whopping 73 percent of its $3.32 billion in ad revenue… Go To Full Article

This is what the inside of your head looks like when you sing

@ 2015/04/23 read/post comments(0)
There's a lot more that goes into producing human vocalizations than just the dual flaps of your larynx and a gust of air. More than 100 muscles throughout your face and neck coordinate to create the wide range of complex… Go To Full Article

Microsoft Lumia 940 could launch soon with a 25MP PureView camera

@ 2015/04/23 read/post comments(0)
After completing its acquisition of Nokia’s smartphone business last year, fans of Windows Phone devices have eagerly been waiting for the first flagship Lumia smartphone to carry the Microsoft branding. Rumors about the first Microsoft Lumia flagship have surfaced today,… Go To Full Article

A radioactive drone landed on the Japanese Prime Minister's office

@ 2015/04/23 read/post comments(0)
Japan has a mystery on its hands. A worker has discovered a drone on top of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's office that was not only carrying a water bottle, but was marked with a radioactive sign and carried a "miniscule"… Go To Full Article

Scientists turn old smartphones into all-seeing eyes

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That clunky old Android phone sitting in a drawer may be more useful than you think. A team from Carnegie Mellon University has created a program called Zensors that uses connected smartphone or surveillance cameras to track your environment, figure… Go To Full Article

NASA forms a coalition to look for life on other planets

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NASA knows that it can't rely solely on astronomers and robotic rovers to find life on other worlds, so it's recruiting some help. The space agency has formed the Nexus for Exoplanet System Science (NExSS), a coalition of scientists who… Go To Full Article

Mini's weird-looking AR goggles are actually useful

@ 2015/04/23 read/post comments(0)
Augmented reality is supposed to be the future, but its current usefulness is pretty fuzzy. Sony's SmartEyeglass is reminiscent of your old monochrome monitors, Microsoft's HoloLens' games look intriguing, but who knows when that's coming out and Goo... Go To Full Article

Students take VR to new heights with feedback-enabled gloves

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A couple of engineering students from Rice University is taking virtual reality to the next level with a glove that lets you feel what you’re holding onto. Much of the news regarding virtual reality is centered around our vision, but… Go To Full Article

Google Unveils Project Fi: A Network for the Nexus 6

@ 2015/04/23 read/post comments(0)
Today Google officially announced their previously rumored entry into the world of wireless service. This new endeavor is known as Project Fi, and it's exclusive to owners of the Nexus 6 who live in the United States. While carriers have… Go To Full Article

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