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CNET
New 2018 iPhones, iPad Pros, Macs and more: Everything Apple is expected to announce soon
CNET
September approaches and we are preparing for Apple season. If Apple follows its usual schedule, the company is gearing up for a big event during the first half of September. (Last year, invites for a Sept.12 event were sent on Aug. 31.) And while new ...

PCMag
Palmer Luckey Bashes Magic Leap as 'Tragic Heap'
PCMag
Magic Leap is facing some harsh criticism from Palmer Luckey, the inventor of the Oculus Rift, who published a scathing review of the augmented reality headset, deriding it as the "Tragic Heap." "It does not deliver on almost any of the promises that ...

TechCrunch
Google Go search app for emerging markets can now read out website content
TechCrunch
Google has lit the news canon at its annual India event which takes place in New Delhi today. The search giant announced changes to its Tez payment service, and it has also introduced a subtle AI-powered feature for its Google Go search app: website ...

Forbes
NASA Releases Stunning Snapshot Of The World On Fire
Forbes
Nothing summarizes the current state of the world's fires much like NASA's snapshot of Earth's aerosols. With every breath you take you inhale millions of particulates found in the air, called aerosols. As wildfires burn across the western United ...

USA TODAY
NASA chief: 'Without question,' US rockets will launch astronauts from US soil next year
USA TODAY
WASHINGTON - NASA Administrator James Bridenstine is all but guaranteeing his agency will soon be back in the business of carrying humans into low-Earth orbit in 2019. "Without question, by the middle of next year, we'll be flying American astronauts ...

Space.com
Katherine Johnson, Trailblazing NASA Mathematician, Celebrates 100 Trips Around the Sun
Space.com
Katherine Johnson — a mathematician at NASA's Langley Research Center in Virginia who helped make human spaceflight possible — celebrated 100 trips around the sun this weekend. Johnson, one of NASA's "human computers" whose calculations ...

CNET
Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL: Rumored specs, features, leaks, price, release date
CNET
After last week, when some savvy Russian bloggers dropped a ton of purported information about the Pixel 3 and 3 XL, we thought there might be no more news left to leak. But we now have a date and a location for the big announcement -- all unofficial, ...

CNET
Streets of Rage 4: The Sega Genesis classic returns, 24 years later
CNET
I'm going to be honest: When I heard that Sega was developing a new miniature Sega Genesis -- a la Nintendo's NES Classic -- my mind didn't go to Sonic the Hedgehog or Ecco the Dolphin. I immediately started thinking how much fun it'd be to play some ...

CNN
Scientists discover hidden deep-sea coral reef off South Carolina Coast
CNN
(CNN) If you think Charleston, South Carolina, has plenty of history within its pre-Colonial grounds, just look at what's been hiding 160 miles off the city's coast for thousands of years: a giant deep-sea coral reef system. The chief scientist who ...

Engadget
Google helps veterans find civilian jobs that match their skills
Engadget
When you leave the US military, it's not always clear how your skills will translate to a civilian job. You may end up taking a position below your aptitude simply because you underestimated your experience. Google, at least, believes it can help.

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