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Canonical reinvents the personal mobile computing experience

Shipping with the latest Ubuntu software, the device features a dynamically adaptive user experience, capable of  providing both a true tablet experience and the full Ubuntu desktop experience.

https://insights.ubuntu.com/2016/02/04/canonical-reinvents-the-personal-mobile-computing-experience/
Ubuntu launches the first in a series of converged devices alongside European partner, BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet brings full Ubuntu experience to life Ubuntu is the only platform that runs both a mobile-based full touch interface and a true PC experience from a single smart device Canonical’s long held vision of a single, converged personal computing experience took an important step forward today with the launch of the first fully co...
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We’re living in a pretty exciting period where robots have become ever more present in our “human lives”. They aren’t simply watched in Sci-Fi films on our living room screens anymore, but like the BB8 they are rolling around our homes (!) transforming our videos into holograms. As the world we live in gets smarter, [...]
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Awesome graph showing how many times google/apple came close and finally the tables are turning again..

it amazing the difference between the market cap of the two companies at one point was ~ 400 billion
When the stock markets open this morning, it's quite likely that the company formerly known as Google (GOOG) will seize the crown as the world's most valuable company from Apple (AAPL).
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Zheng Wang has built a self-driving car using a Raspberry Pi! OK, so it's a little on the small side. There's a neat demo to watch, and a very detailed write-up digging into all the maths behind the navigation.
Full disclosure: This car is perhaps not quite as big as the car you envisioned when you read the headline. Zheng Wang from Bridgwater State University has used a Raspberry Pi and some other hardware to modify a remote-controlled (RC) car to follow a track, detect, understand and respond to stop signs and traffic …
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This is great..
The company has open sourced the AI it uses to power speech recognition in its Cortana digital assistant and Skype Translate applications.
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Registration closes tomorrow (Tuesday) for Hash Code 2016. If you're a developer in Europe, the Middle East or Africa and would like to step into the shoes of a Google engineer for a day, this team-based programming competition is for you. Sign up at g.co/hashcode #hashcode2016 
Team up to solve a real-life engineering problem from Google. Are you up for the challenge?
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Omg , the  real  ubuntu for  android  "like",   is  back .
with  Maru Os , rom  next week :http://maruos.com/

full debian computeur  and  android phone
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Use this with your Google cardboard and enjoy mars
 
Explore martian landscapes with Mars View for Android
Mars View is a great new Android app for viewing images of the surface of Mars taken by NASA’s Curiosity rover:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.codepilot.mars

The app is in an early stage of development and the author, +Tobias Thierer, is soliciting user feedback to improve it.

Features
Mars View lets you explore panoramas made by assembling mosaics from Curiosity’s images. You can also view them in a 3D environment with a +Google Cardboard viewer.

Usage
The main screen shows the current panorama, which may be incomplete depending on how many pictures of the area are available, as well as the rover path. Tap and drag to pan or scroll, pinch to zoom.

Tapping the icon with overlapping colored tiles brings up a slider for blending the images at the seams for a more realistic look. This works by adjusting the brightness of adjacent images.

Switch to the previous or next panorama and move to a different location by tapping the < and > buttons.

The overflow menu has an option for switching to stereo mode and viewing the panorama in 3D using Cardboard. This unique feature is currently alpha quality.

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Touch an image tile to bring it to the foreground and examine it in full.

To exit Cardboard mode swipe from the longest side of the phone, i.e. in landscape mode, which displays the Android status and navigation bars and lets you get to the home screen.

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Mars View on my Nexus 6 phone, note the image blending slider.

#Curiosity #Android #Cardboard
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Elixir-of-youth treatments that slow ageing could be on the horizon after an extraordinary experiment in which the lifespan of mice was extended by up to 35 per cent.
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Can Google overtake apple today in market capital?
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