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'Life is Strange: Before the Storm' trailer showcases its story

'Life is Strange: Before the Storm' trailer showcases its story

Since Max and her time traveling powers won't be in Life is Strange's upcoming prequel, you might be wondering what to expect. Well, this new trailer out of Germany's Gamescom expo can give you a pretty good idea of what Before the Storm is all about… Source: New feed

WhatsApp borrows Facebook's colorful status updates

WhatsApp borrows Facebook's colorful status updates

Now you can switch your WhatsApp status update to suit your mood. You can stitch photos and videos together to make it look like Snapchat — or you can make it look more like its parent company's status updates. The chat application has updated its i… Source: New feed

Google may be readying its own smart headphones

Google might be planning a foil to smarter-than-usual headphones like Apple's AirPods or the Bragi Dash line. After some sleuthing inside the Google app, the team at 9to5Google has found references to headphones that would use Google Assistant to aug… Source: New feed

The first new ‘Age of Empires’ game in over a decade is in the works

The first new ‘Age of Empires’ game in over a decade is in the works

It's been over a decade since Age of Empires III came out in 2005, but fans of the lauded RTS franchise will once again be subject to Gandhi's merciless wrath: Age of Empires IV is officially in development. At Gamescom today, Microsoft announced the… Source: New feed

Disney Research taught AI how to judge short stories

Disney researchers have been coming up with some striking new technology lately, including a method for real-time speech animation, shared augmented reality and some creepy face-projection tech for live performances. Now, researchers at Disney and th… Source: New feed

Hidden river once flowed beneath Antarctic ice

Using the most precise seafloor maps ever created of Antarctica’s Ross Sea, researchers have discovered a long-dead river system that once flowed beneath Antarctica’s ice and influenced how ice streams melted after Earth’s last ice age. Source: New feed

How plants turn off genes they don't need

New research has identified small sequences in plant DNA that act as signposts for shutting off gene activity, directing the placement of proteins that silence gene expression. Source: New feed

Postnatal identification of Zika virus peptides from saliva

For the first time, researchers are using proteomics to examine proteins and peptides in saliva in order to accurately detect exposure to Zika virus. With 70 countries and territories reporting evidence of mosquito-borne Zika virus transmission, there is an increased need for a rapid and effective test for the virus. This study offers a new, […]

Alternative mode of bacterial quorum sensing

Researchers have revealed the existence of a new quorum-sensing molecule that increases the virulence of the pathogenic bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Source: New feed

Materials scientists probe a protein's role in speeding Ebola's spread

Scientists have pinpointed how a tiny protein seems to make the deadly Ebola virus particularly contagious. Source: New feed

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