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Physicists claim that faintest galaxies orbiting Milky Way are the oldest in the universe

A group of researchers has been studying the galaxies that are orbiting our own Milky Way galaxy. According to these researchers, the faintest galaxies that are orbiting the Milky Way are also among the very first galaxies that formed in our universe. The team of researchers includes Professor Carlos Frenk and Dr Alis Deason from the Institute for Computational Cosmology … Continue reading

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Kroger tests Nuro self-driving grocery delivery cars in Arizona

Kroger is testing the use of self-driving cars for grocery deliveries as a pilot taking place in Scottsdale, Arizona. The test is performed in conjunction with Nuro, which is behind the first ever autonomous delivery car. The new serivce requires customers to purchase items via the Fry’s Food website or mobile app, after which point the vehicle will deliver the … Continue reading

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Android Messages gets dark mode: here’s how to enable it

A highly requested feature, dark mode, is now available in Android Messages. As with the new YouTube dark mode, Android Messages users can eliminate the bright white background, instead switching to a darker interface that is easier on the eyes over longer periods of time. The new mode is available in Android Messages version 3.5, which brings the same Material … Continue reading

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Pixel 2 XL lag may lead to device (hardware) replacements

Over the last couple of weeks there’s been a bit more than a normal amount of a rumbling about the Pixel 2 XL and it’s apparent slowdown issue. Not all Pixel 2 XL units have the issue, but a significant number of them do find themselves the subject of this slowdown

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Valve may offer tools to play Windows games on Steam Machines

Valve's Steam Machine platform hasn't really taken off, and it's not just because of the hardware. When few developers are willing to release Linux-native versions of games to run on Steam OS, there just isn't a lot to play

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Google Coach fitness and health AI assistant for smartwatches tipped

Google is working on a personal fitness and health assistant, according to a new leak, and it’s reportedly called Google Coach. The new personal assistant is allegedly being developed for wearable devices and will utilize what Google already knows about a user to proactively make recommendations, among other things. Google Coach isn’t limited just to activities, according to the report, … Continue reading

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Diablo 3 for Nintendo Switch launches with expansion in late 2018

Following a teaser suggesting as much earlier this year, it has been revealed that Diablo III will be launching on Nintendo Switch later this year.

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HTC might be using Nokia’s playbook

According to a tip this afternoon, Nokia is about to go – or has already gone – the way of Nokia in the smartphone business.

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Google One just launched for all (or most)

Assuming you’ve got a paid Google cloud storage account, you’ve now got Google One.

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Android Pie makes call recording impossible without root

Google giveth and Google taketh away. New software versions are often expected to bring in new features and remove bugs but it isn’t unheard of for things to happen the other way around. There are some cases that features presumed to be there forever are suddenly yanked out without as much a warning.

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