Hi +Derek Ross! Do you know anything about a broken Google Cast Receiver for the Nexus Player? After updating to the Android M and the last version of Google Cast Receiver, the casting is not working on the Nexus Player. :(
Liquid water flows on present-day Mars! Researchers using our Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter detected signatures of hydrated minerals on slopes where mysterious dark streaks are seen on the Red Planet. Scientists say it’s likely a shallow subsurface flow, with enough water wicking to the surface to explain the darkening. This is a significant science discovery on our quest to send humans on a #JourneyToMars. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1Lh2IvA
Does anybody else have problems with the #Nexus5 Order from Google #Playstore ? Mine should have been shipped on 17th of October but until now I've got no news. The Guys from Support are saying that it will be shipped soon.
Danny Macaskill, is a Scottish trials cyclist. I am not sure which I enjoyed more: His cycling skills, the cinematography, or the soundtrack. Make sure to cast this on the Chromecast to the biggest screen in the house. Hope you enjoy as much as I did.
The View from the Front Seat of the Google Self-Driving Car accident
...our braking was normal and natural, and the vehicle behind us had plenty of stopping distance — but it never decelerated. This certainly seems like the driver was distracted and not watching the road ahead. Thankfully, everyone in both vehicles was okay, except for a bit of minor whiplash, and a few scrapes on our bumper...
It seems pretty clear to me "who" was at fault and it wasn't +Google Self-Driving Car Project. Google will be using this data and from other accidents where it wasn't at fault to learn about more real world driving scenarios where accidents like these do often happen.
Other drivers have hit us 14 times since the start of our project in 2009 (including 11 rear-enders), and not once has the self-driving car been the cause of the collision.