Amazon Dash buttons are here for $5 each

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Amazon Dash buttons — the branded little doodads that automatically order and ship specific items directly to your house with virtually no effort on your part — are finally available to Amazon Prime members today for just $4.99. Purchase one of 18 Dash buttons and never run out of the stuff you always seem to run out of. That’s really where Dash buttons do their handiwork: my house, for example, can never seem to keep stock of paper towels or toilet paper. Amazon offers branded products — currently Bounty for your hands and Cottonelle for your bum — that can be assigned to…

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Twitter just released a native Windows 10 app

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We’re not even done with launch day, and it already looks like Windows 10 is getting the ball rolling with third-party software: Twitter just launched a native app for the operating system. Without requiring you to log in, the app showcases top trending tweets, photos and videos. It’ll also feed you tweets in Live Tiles right from the Start Menu. The logged-out functionality is a nod to recent changes Twitter has been making to lure in new users. Recently the company implemented similar features for its hub on the Web, and Twitter hopes the upcoming Project Lightning will turn the…

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Amazon proposes 600ft airspace for drones


Amazon wants to flood the sky with drones. At a NASA conference, the company suggested assigning a 600ft drone airspace for the robots to fly in, with high-speed drones flying between 200ft and 400ft, while slower traffic keeps below. To avoid aircrafts, drones won’t fly above 500ft, says the proposal.

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Google Equips Street View Cars With Aclima Sensors To Map Air Pollution


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Google Equips Street View Cars With Aclima Sensors To Map Air Pollution
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Google has partnered with startup Aclima to equip the latter’s environmental sensors into its Street View cars and map the air quality of the streets of Denver. (Photo : Aclima). From the toasty sands of the Sahara Desert to the depths of the Great
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