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Google tests publishing tech similar to Snapchat

Google tests publishing tech similar to Snapchat

Snapchat should be happy that Google and Facebook are both mimicking its features, but that's not necessarily a good thing. Google is not the first one to introduce news stories. "Ever since the beginning of AMP we've constantly collaborated with publishers, and are working on many new features." For example while Apple did not invent tablets, they certainly helped popularize it, along with features like the fingerprint scanner , so it doesn't really come as a surprise to learn that Google ...


Mazda confirms world-first SKYACTIV-X tech

Mazda confirms world-first SKYACTIV-X tech

According to Mazda's release, the engine will also be supercharged. This is a pretty big and attractive claim. Until now only diesel engines have used the compression ignition combustion technique, however because petrol combusts differently to diesel, Mazda has had to make some adaptations.


6 countries warned of eggs contaminated with pesticide

6 countries warned of eggs contaminated with pesticide

It was urgently investigating the eggs' distribution, and was working with businesses that had received contaminated eggs from affected farms. "We are now testing chicken meat in the poultry farms where eggs were infected to determine whether the meat is contaminated as well", Tjitte Mastenbroek, spokesman for food security agency NVWA, told AFP.


Lonmin Plc 83.3% Potential Decrease Indicated by Liberum Capital

Lonmin Plc 83.3% Potential Decrease Indicated by Liberum Capital

Canaccord Genuity maintained it with "Buy" rating and GBX 88 target in Tuesday, February 14 report. Five research analysts have rated the stock with a buy rating, Robert Walters PLC presently has an average rating of Buy and an average price target of GBX 514 ($6.69).


Swanky San Francisco Street Sells for $90K, Spurring Suit

Swanky San Francisco Street Sells for $90K, Spurring Suit

But residents are sceptical they will actually do it, according to the Chronicle , some suspecting "it's part of a pressure campaign by the couple to force the homeowners association to shell out big bucks to buy back the street". The couple are considering charging the owners of the multimillion dollar mansions to park their cars on the street. The locals only found out that they'd lost their land on May 30, when they were contacted to see if they were interested in buying it back.