Apple May Kill Voicemail As We Know It
Fox Business
Apple (AAPL) is working on a service that will use Siri to transcribe voicemails, according to a report from Business Insider. Launching in 2016, the feature will use iCloud to send the text of voice messages to recipients, meaning users will no longer
Apple may enlist Siri to answer your phone callsCNET
Report: Apple Testing Voicemail Transcribed by SiriPC Magazine
You may never have to listen to another voicemail again, thanks to SiriMashable
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Sony Courts Selfie-Takers With C5 Ultra and M5 Smartphones
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It's only been a few months since Sony showed off the first in its new line of “PROselfie” phones, and now there are two more to choose from. The C5 Ultra has an extra-big 6-inch screen with almost no bezel around it, which should make taking regular …
Sony unveils new mid range smartphones Xperia C5 Ultra, Xperia M5Financial Express
Camera and battery life the highlights of Sony's Xperia C5 and M5CTV News
Sony unveils smartphones with 13-megapixel front camera for selfiesCNET
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Samsung begins slashing Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge prices
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Samsung promised during its quarterly earnings call that it would be “adjusting the price” of the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge, and we're now starting to see that happen. What's Hot on ZDNet. How to protect your wireless network from Wi-Fi Sense …
Samsung Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus images leaks on the netFinancial Express
ODD twins: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 & S6 edge+ leakedComputerworld
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Leaks Provoke Love And HateForbes
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Cadillac CTS-V – Is this the least sedate among the world's Sedans?
Times Gazette
The Cadillac CTS-V is indeed impressive and big constituting a high performance variant for the CTS sedan. It does not present itself to be a perfect car according to Dan Neil, but it does give some room to run and has lots of real power. The new
First drive: 2016 Cadillac CTS-V [Review]LeftLane News
2016 Cadillac CTS-V: A track monster with four doorsMNR Daily
Cadillac shows off their new 2016 Sedan CTS-V with its speedThe Market Business
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8 Giant Asteroids That Flew Uncomfortably Close to Earth
PC Magazine
NASA just released images of a giant peanut-shaped asteroid that flew by our planet. Here's something that happens every few years: Your local news will tease out a story about a recently identified asteroid that might one day strike the Earth and
Helpful Tips For Nuking An AsteroidNational Geographic
Space Peanut passes by Earth: here's why it's awesomeSlashGear
'Peanut-Shaped' Asteroid Whizzes Past Earth, Mercury And Venus (VIDEO)Science World Report
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‘Malvertisements’ Undermine Internet Trust

by technews on August 3, 2015

A new form of digital malicious software that preys on users’ implicit trust in major online brands, such as YouTube or Adobe, is rapidly spreading across the Internet.

Worse yet, these “malvertisements” may soon become the primary means of distributing what is known as malware, leaving users with little or no defense, a new study says.

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Galactic Archaeology Reveals Milky Way's Stellar Migrants
Discovery News
A new map of the Milky Way has revealed a surprising fact about the stars living in our galaxy — nearly a third have moved far from their stellar birthplace. This discovery was made by astronomers using the Sloan Digital Sky Survey-III (SDSS), which …
A third of Milky Way stars have changed orbitEarthSky
A third of Milky Way Stars Moved From Original OrbitsThe Budapest Report
About 30 Percent Of Stars In The Milky Way Moved From Original OrbitsTech Times
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Scientists discover how some of the world's first animals reproduced
Washington Post
Rangeomorphs, which lived about 565 million years ago, were pretty strange. They're often considered to be some of the first animals to evolve on Earth, but they share little in common with modern critters — they look more like plants. But according
Sex life of ancient Fractofusus organism revealedBBC News
GPS Has Revealed How the Oldest Multicellular Organisms Had SexGizmodo
Generation game: earliest evidence of reproduction in complex species foundThe Guardian
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Probe into spy leaks site paused

by technews on August 3, 2015

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When is a jackal not a jackal? When it's really a 'golden wolf'
Washington Post
They look alike, act alike and long have been considered to be the same species. But for the golden jackals that are found across parts of Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Europe,appearances can be deceiving. Scientists said last week that a
Golden Jackals Reclassified As Golden Wolves After 150 YearsImmortal News
Why It Took 150 Years For Golden Jackals To Be Reclassified As Golden Wolves Tech Times
New Wolf Specie Discovered and Named After 150-year WaitRealty Today
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