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A street artist by the name of Luis Ramirez Guzman (but goes by Dazer) created a piece of 3D chalk art that will have you reeling. Over the course of a couple of days, he was able to create a masterpiece just using pieces of chalk and his imagination.
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Google already runs much of the digital lives of consumers through email, Internet searches and YouTube videos...The search giant has for years been evasive about its plans for a so-called public cloud of computers and data storage that is rented to
Earl Maize , Cassini program manager, JPL Reporters and the public can ask questions on the Google+ Hangout event page, in the chat box on the Ustream site and via Twitter using the hashtag #askCassini. Reporters can email questions to Veronica
Just recently, we witnessed the return of one of internet's stranger denizens, one hit wonder Shaun "Tongues of Glass" Shane and his army of Twitter accounts deployed to ensure his oft-tweeted banalist poem is properly attributed to the gruff man
This means that Android's dictionary will not autocomplete these words, no matter the context. Unsurprisingly, many of the words are sex-related, but the scope of the prudery here is rather shocking. It's not just that you have to type out all three
Silicon Valley's anti-government fervor hasn't spread to the main-est of the mainstream so far: no calls for secession from Zuck or Dorsey. But that doesn't mean big tech money isn't reaching radical elements. The Washington Post reports that Google'
Dec 2, 2013 The list of words banned from the latest Android operating system is as baffling as it is odd...No genitalia have made it into the 165,000-word dictionary within the new system, but neither have harmless words such as panties or pizzle,
Yahoo's acquisition train is showing no signs of slowing down. The company announced today that it has acquired SkyPhrase , a natural language processing company that wants to do what Siri does better than Siri does it. SkyPhrase, which was born out
Google bans over 1,400 English words in Kit Kat, the search giant's latest version of Android operating system for tablets and smartphones. To be clear, it doesn't mean that you can't ever type these words on Android. It just means that Google will