google logoGoogle is no stranger when it comes to patents, but it looks as though they are interested in doing more than the status quo. In fact, the technology company with search and advertising as its bread and butter, has taken the bold move to launch a new portal – which is definitely experimental in nature, of course, in order to enable interested patent holders to actually sell their patents to the company, now how about that?

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astrogroIf one were to go on a long voyage, a very important aspect to think of would be having enough supplies – you can have the best crew on board, but without the basic sustenance of food, you would only be traveling in a “coffin”. Having said that, a NASA challenge has resulted in the AstroGro, which happens to be a space garden pod that has been specially developed in order to address the issue of not having enough food on long, drawn out manned missions in space. AstroGro will fall back on 3D printing, using it to produce a system which can be replicated and modified even when one is in orbit.

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livestream-droneIt is not every day that one gets to play with a drone, and most of the time, drones can be used to capture footage from a nice, vantage point of view which cannot really be done traditionally. This opens up new horizons when it comes to creating some really stunning photos, but at the same time, privacy issues also abound since the boundaries of its usage become borderless in one sense. You might want to be careful the next time you hear the hum of a drone near you, since it might actually be a sick voyeur who is checking out on what you’re wearing. Having said that, more regulation is required, but back to the topic at hand – this particular drone works differently from the rest since it has the ability to stream live video to YouTube, now how about that?

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It has long been rumored that LG is developing a new Windows Phone smartphone. We have heard nothing yet officially from the company on this matter but recently a render did appear online claiming to show the WP that LG has built, apparently it will be an exclusive to Verizon in the United States. Today evidence has surfaced from LG’s own website which hints at the possibility that this actually might happen in the near future.

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Activision and Treyarch studios have got us all pumped up for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. The next title is this franchise is due for release later this year, just yesterday an official trailer for this title was finally released. We’ve also been giving more information about Black Ops 3 and the platforms that it will be available on. It has also been confirmed that a Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 open beta will be made available to folks who pre-order the game.

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Audi has launched a new pilot program in San Francisco, allowing its residents to rent vehicles directly from the company. The German car market is offering many of its vehicles and those who are interested in this program can even rent out the Audi R8 supercar. Pricing differs depending on which model you choose to drive, obviously a vanilla four door saloon will be cheaper to rent out than the R8.

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apple-watchimpactI am quite sure that the dust has more or less settled concerning the highly sought after Apple Watch, and it looks as though there has been no shortage of torture tests for the Apple Watch, be it in the kitchen or done in a scientific manner. Well, it seems that the $349 Apple Watch Sport edition that comes with an Ion-X glass screen is not going to amount to much, taking into consideration how its ‘durable’ screen actually shattered when the watch’s face hit the ground first.

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Minecraft is a very popular game that’s played by millions of people from all around the world, men and women alike. Whenever a player fires up the game for the first time they’re given the option to play as Steve, commonly referred to as the “Minecraft Guy,” the blocky blue-shirted character is doubtedly the most famous minecrafter in the world. However “jolly old Steve doesn’t really represent the diversity of our playerbase,” says Mojang, which is why Minecraft players will now also be given the option to play as a girl if they want.

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russia-hackedAs we mentioned earlier this morning concerning Tesla’s website and Twitter account being hacked over the weekend, there is precious little out there that cannot get hacked once it is brought online. It does not matter if you happen to be the most powerful man in the world, it looks as though Russian hackers have managed to gain access to President Obama’s unclassified emails after compromising the White House computer system in 2014.

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Multiple carriers in the country today released the Lollipop update for select devices. T-Mobile kicked off the day with Lollipop for the Galaxy Note 4. Sprint later released Android 5.0 for the LG G2. Now we have U.S. Cellular joining the fray as the carrier has finally released Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Galaxy Note 3. The update is based on Android 5.0 and has build number N900R4TYUCOC3.

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