From How-To Geek: How to find and remove duplicate files on any operating system.
Wolfram|Alpha now offers step-by-step solutions for definite integrals.
Greenbot compares Google’s Inbox to the regular ol’ GMail app. Haven’t tried Inbox yet. After reading this article I’m not rushing off to do so, either…
Marketing Land looks at a possible different direction for Google Glass. “Whether or not Google wants to publicly admit it, the company knows it’s not a home run in its current form. Perhaps that’s why Google is taking a big gamble on a shadowy little startup called Magic Leap. Magic Leap, Inc., a Florida-based software development company, has raised $542 million in series B funding led by Google Inc., with participation from several other well-known venture capital firms.”
Amazon Cloud Drive now has its own API.
Mozilla has launched an Oculus-compatible virtual reality site. Anybody remember VRML?
YouTube has struck a licensing deal with many small record labels. I guess this means we’ll be seeing a streaming music service any day now —
Yahoo Japan has started a genomics analysis service.”The service allows users to investigate disease risk factors including 22 different kinds of cancers, diabetes, cardiac infarction, cerebral stoke, etc. as well as physical condition factors such as muscle strength, blood pressure, amount of alcohol intake, blood urate level, etc. It can analyze about 290 items, and even conduct family analysis telling where a group with the same gene as yours originated and its migration over time.”
Interesting! Flickr is offering a free travel photography Webinar. Good morning, Internet…
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