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Activision Blizzard recently bought back a controlling stake in itself from Vivendi Universal. The reacquisition was a joint effort by the company itself and an investment group that includes Activision CEO Bobby Kotick and Chairman Brian Kelly. When the dust settled, Activision Blizzard picked up …
On Saturday evening the solar-powered aircraft Solar Impulse touched down safely at John F. Kennedy International Airport, completing its coast-to-coast journey across the domestic United States. The aircraft took off from Mountain View, California on May 3rd, piloted at the time by Bertrand Piccard. It was the first step in a multi-leg trek; Piccard first flew the plane to Phoenix, Arizona. Subsequent jaunts took the plane to Texas, Missouri, and Virginia, with Piccard handing off flying duties to pilot André Borschberg along the way. Each stretch took between 19 and 25 hours, with the vehicle and the Solar Impulse team resting several weeks between excursions.
The Solar Impulse HB-SIA is a single-seat electric aircraft fueled in its…
Last December Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation announced that it would be splitting into two distinct corporate entities, and that vision has finally been realized. As of 4:30PM ET on Friday, News Corp and 21st Century Fox were officially separated — putting the majority of the company’s profitable ventures under the latter banner. 21st Century Fox includes the 20th Century Fox film and television studio, Fox Sports, FX, and the Fox News Channel. News Corp, on the other hand, will oversee the publishing divisons, including the New York Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Times of London, and book publisher HarperCollins.
Northrop Grumman’s MQ-4C Triton unmanned aircraft is one step closer to serving the Navy in reconnaissance and surveillance missions, having just completed its first flight. The drone spent 80 minutes in the air, reaching an altitude of 20,000 feet. That’s child’s play compared to the aircraft’s full potential: according to the Navy, it can soar at up to 60,000 feet and stay airborne for as long as 30 hours, due in no small part to its 130-foot wingspan. By 2015, the Triton will undergo operational testing and evaluation, and the Navy hopes to add additional aircraft to its existing fleet (currently just two strong). Check out the long-range spy plane in action just past the break.
Filed under: Transportation
Source: Defense Tech
Microsoft announced on Thursday that it has now completed its Hotmail to Outlook.com upgrade. Over 400 million active accounts are now using the service, with Microsoft having migrated 150 petabytes of email data in just over six weeks. Alongside the milestone, Outlook.com is getting two new features: SMTP send and improved SkyDrive integration.
Improved SkyDrive integration and SMTP send
SMTP send allows Outlook.com accounts to send email directly through another email account’s SMTP server. In the past Outlook.com has supported this by using a “send on behalf” feature, but now email will send directly to recipients. “We knew this was a pain point for some people,” explains Microsoft’s Dick Craddock. “So now we’ve made it so that…
Nervous flyer? If so, it’s probably best you weren’t heading from Addis Ababa to Nairobi on business recently. If you were, you might have found yourself onboard the first commercial 787 Dreamliner flight since the global fleet was grounded due to concerns over battery failures. The flight comes just days after the FAA approved Boeing’s fix, prompting deliveries of the new craft to resume. With Japan already having cleared the 787 for takeoff, we can expect to see a few more of them in our skies soon. We’re more interested in joining the mile-high Android club.
Filed under: Transportation
Julie Foucher and Adrian Bozman demo a video entry for Exercise 13.2.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Thanks to a rapid rate of one country per day Netflix has actually made light work of its Nordic roll out. The net flick solution is launching its last Scandinavian flag today in Finland after starting Monday in Sweden, then notching Denmark and Norway (envisioned above) in between. As with the others there’s comprehensive gadget and app support from the start, and although the content variety could differ Netflix is the exclusive streaming house of Iron Sky, for all your Nazis-on-the-moon viewing needs. Not enough? Hello, there’s constantly HBO Nordic, and you don’t even require cable television or satellite to get it.
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Today is the last weekday in September, which implies today is the last day for HP’s Open webOS team to keep to the roadmap it set for itself in January and full webOS’ open source transition. It turns out that the group had the ability to attain that objective, as Open webOS 1.0 is available now as a last, non-beta version. The operating system itself hasn’t experienced any significant modifications with the bump up to variation 1.0, however the web-based Enyo 2 application framework is now supported.
Exactly what does that all mean for customers, though? We have actually currently been told that initial webOS hardware won’t be supported, but now that open sourcing is complete the OS is prepared to be ported to other gadgets. HP won’t be taking the lead on that– it’s in the …
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The final price may end up being more than the initially proposed $ 186 million, but Seagate has successfully acquired a controlling share of LaCie stocks. The provisional price of €4.05 per share could increase to €4.17 if Seagate manages to accumulate 95 percent of the company’s stocks in the next six months. As of now, however, it hold just shy of 65 percent, enough to take control of the French manufacturer. With LaCie and its valuable consumer business under its belt and Samsung’s SSD expertise, the move to reject a Western Digital take over is looking better and better. After all, consumer choice is the engine of capitalism and now Seagate has more than enough ammunition to take on WD and its Hitachi properties. Check out the PR after the break.
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