Even though I followed Google’s I/O Conference from across the country, the event made it obvious that a company created with a strict focus on search has become an omnivorous factory of tech products both hard and soft. Google now regards its developers conference as a launch pad for a shotgun spread of announcements, almost like a CES springing from a single company. (Whatever happened to “more wood behind fewer arrows”?
Scientists successfully reversed diabetes in mice by transplanting mice human stem cells into mice in a discovery that may lead to way to finding a cure for a disease that affects 8.3 percent of the U.S. population.
Google has opened up new fronts in its contest with Apple and Amazon, launching a tablet to challenge the iPad and a social streaming device to stake a foothold in the living room.
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They’re playing with our minds again … and they’re on a sure-fire winner. Aeronautical designers last week again unleashed their trusty headline-grabber about the imminence of a “Son of Concorde”.
Peter Hackett has won a thrilling third round of the Australian GT Championship – Protected by Sargent Security, winning both one-hour races this weekend in his Mercedes Benz SLS AMG.
Harry Kewell is set to quit Melbourne Victory and return to England, citing family reasons for his decision to leave the A-League.
Peter Hackett has taken a contentious Race 1 victory in the first of two one-hour Australian GT – Protected by Sargent Security races this evening.