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Google's AI program wins all three matches against human Go champion Ke Jie. Its next move: help scientists tackle society's most complex…
05.28 / 18:32
cnet.com
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Jacksonville's ship channel dredging project is getting $17.5 million in federal funds after the Trump administration included the money in the U.S Army Corps of Engineers' work plan for 2017. The Florida Times-Union (http://bit.ly/2qTwWir ) reports that the money will be used to blast the St.…
05.28 / 18:29
washingtontimes.com
Jacksonville's ship channel dredging project is getting $17.5 million in federal funds after the Trump administration included the money in the U.S Army Corps of Engineers' work plan for 2017. … Click to Continue…
05.28 / 18:28
kansascity.com
HI, Sir I am ketan i am doing BE in Electrical and electronics engineering. I am so much interested in Astronomy and astrophysics line from my childhood. I also written books about astronomy and astrophysics like "My safari science" & "Beyond the Time". I also have one website about space science Space Science by ketan who shows my interest in this field. I also have famous science page in facebook too. in short i have lots of knowledge about this... Want Addmission In astronomy or…
05.28 / 18:26
crazyengineers.com
Buy Memorial Golf Tournament Tickets with Discount Code at CapitalCityTickets.com CapitalCityTickets.com is slashing prices on golf tickets to see the 2017 Memorial Golf Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Course.…
05.28 / 18:25
thefirstdispatch.com
Gone are the days when the word “retirement” conjured up a do-nothing, rocking chair existence. Today’s retirement is a whole different ballgame. We now know that retirement is really a process, and that it involves a continuum that changes over time. Retirement could last 30 years or longer, so day one of retirement is unlikely […] The post 3 Things Most Americans Want In Retirement And How To Get Them appeared first on The Trust Advis…
05.28 / 18:21
thetrustadvisor.com
A research team at the University of Central Florida has developed a new surface that allows the tuning of individual subpixels on a display. The breakthrough might mean the potential display resolutions on LCD TVs could triple, virtually overnight. Read…
05.28 / 18:20
toyland.gizmodo.com
If you’re still wrestling with a terrible inkjet printer at home, do yourself a solid and pick up the reliable Brother HL-2380DW monochrome laser printer for just $100 today.Read m…
05.28 / 18:20
toyland.gizmodo.com
Tech analyst James Governor argues that Amazon's cloud business is "demolishing the cult of youth." It just announced it is hiring James Gosling, one of the original inventors of Java... Meanwhile James Hamilton continues to completely kick ass in compute, network, and data center design for AWS... He's in his 50s. Tim Bray, one of the inventors of XML, joined Amazon in 2014. He's another Sun alumni. He's 61 now. He still codes. When you sit down with one of the AWS engineering teams…
05.28 / 18:15
tech.slashdot.org
butthurt writes:According to a report by the Congressional Research Service (PDF hosted on Cloudflare; archived copy here),Although life expectancy has generally been increasing over time in the United States, researchers have long documented that it is lower for individuals with lower socioeconomic status (SES) compared with individuals with higher SES. Recent studies provide evidence that this gap has widened in recent decades. For example, a 2015 study by the National Academy of…
05.28 / 18:12
soylentnews.org
We humans think we're so special. To determine what sets us apart from the rest of the animal world, scientists investigate features that might be uniquely human, such as self-awareness or language. But every now and then, a new finding throws the narrative, leaving us to wonder what those truly unique human traits really are. In a new study, neuroscientists have knocked down another assumption by discovering a network in the monkey brain that's exclusively devoted to analysing social…
05.28 / 18:11
sott.net
Every week a handful of games release on Xbox One and many elude owners of the console due to their timid marketing. Xbox Wire makes sure you know about them but can’t provide gamers with recommendations. A lot of these titles are absolutely phenomenal and it’s a shame that they aren’t noticed. Here are some games coming out […] Read More: Top 5 games coming to Xbox One this we…
05.28 / 18:11
wmpoweruser.com
The most updated platform details on the Intel X299 platform that supports Skylake X and Kaby Lake X CPUs have just leaked out. Along with the HEDT platform, details concerning Intel’s Coffee Lake S (mainstream) family of processors have also been revealed from Intel’s Partner conference. Intel X299 Skylake X and Kaby Lake X “Core […] The post Full Intel X299 HEDT Skylake X, Kaby Lake X and Coffee Lake S Mainstream Platform Details Unveiled – Core i9-7920X…
05.28 / 18:08
wccftech.com
Far Cry 5 was officially announced this Friday by Ubisoft, confirming the leaked Montana setting. After the announcement, several interviews with the developers appeared on the Web thus revealing additional information on the game. For instance, in a video interview with YouTube channel UbiCentral, Creative Director Dan Hay explained that Far Cry 5 won’t have […] The post Far Cry 5 Will Have Dynamic Story and AI Unlike Previous Games, Says Ubisoft by Alessio Palumbo appeared…
05.28 / 18:08
wccftech.com
Writing in the morning is a good way to think intentionally and start your day off in the right frame of mind. And for budding entrepreneurs looking to be successful, it’s more important than you might know. Krista Morgan is the cofounder and…
05.28 / 17:58
tech.co
New leaders at Ford make changes to speed up decisions, embrace technology to prepare for fast-moving industry of the future The post Ford’s changes at the top aimed at faster decision-making appeared first on…
05.28 / 17:55
federalnewsradio.com
A cooler is a handy item to have around the house. From lightweight softpacks to heavily insulated models, there are hundreds of options to choose from. Here are five of our favorite coolers on the market. The post The best cooler you can buy (and five…
05.28 / 17:52
newslookup.com
When MITS introduced the Altair 8800–about 43 years ago–it spawned the first personal computer clone: the IMSAI 8080. The clone had several improvements and MITS had difficulty filling orders for real Altairs, so they sold pretty well. [IMSAI Guy] has one of these vintage computers that has been in storage for over 30 years. He’s restoring the thing and there are 26 (and counting) videos of his progress. You can see the second video below, but be sure to check out the…
05.28 / 17:45
hackaday.com
This post Facebook vs. Snapchat: It’s Not Even Close… appeared first on Daily Reckoning. IPOs are one of the trickier trades on the market. It’s tempting to take a huge hack at them right when they begin trading– especially when you’re dealing with a hot name. Sometimes it pays off, and other times you might get burned. Greg Guenthner reports… The post Facebook vs. Snapchat: It’s Not Even Close… appeared first on Daily Reckoning…
05.28 / 17:45
dailyreckoning.com
The beautiful sunshine in Seattle on Saturday gave way to an equally awesome display in the night sky as the northern lights made a rare appearance over the city and parts of Washington state. Photographer Tim Durkan, who captured a similar display last May, was at it again in the wee hours of Sunday morning. “Just home from an amazing ‘Saturday Night Special’ Aurora Borealis over the Emerald City – WOW…!” Durkan wrote on Facebook. “I got to the party a little late l…
05.28 / 17:43
geekwire.com