On Thursday, April 17, 2014, the Ford Mustang celebrates its 50th birthday --- it was on this day in 1964 that the Mustang first rolled off assembly lines in Detroit and California. Over the last 50 years of Mustang's availability on the market, Ford has, till now, sold nearly 9 million Mustangs.
In a Wednesday post on the Google Online Security blog, Google declared that "Street View and reCAPTCHA technology just got smarter."
On Wednesday, two new tracks and two new cars for the Anki Drive users were unveiled by San Francisco-based startup Anki, which launched its artificial intelligence-driven cars in October 2013.
It's hard not to be anxious, remaining outside the Ebola seclusion wards.
The wards are a group of unassuming white tents amidst an expansive field, not a long way from the focal point of the city. Every tent is sufficiently enormous to hold around 10 bunks. Two layers of zippers keep the outside from getting in, and all the more essentially here - the inverse.
Discoveries give one more reason not to fake a climax: there is a great risk your accomplice will be able to look through the front.
Men and ladies in dedicated connections have equitably exact evaluations of their accomplices' pleasure, as stated by a late study out of the University of Waterloo in Canada.
According to tech-industry experts, Graphene - which is also called "the wonder material" - can revolutionize the electronics industry in the near future. Graphene was discovered 10 years back, and it is the strongest and thinnest material in the world.
In an April 14 post on the Google Cloud Platform Blog, Google announced the expansion of its Google Cloud Platform services to the Asia-Pacific region, with the launch of its first two Compute Engine zones in the region.
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