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Google robots can now bring soft drinks and snacks

Google is testing new humanoid prototypes with its employees. Although they are not yet for sale, they are used to develop new products.

Excel: an e-sport that aired on ESPN

This May, the Excel “All Star Battle” was held, a competition where players had to solve logical problems in the Microsoft spreadsheet in less than 30 minutes.

Meta expands Horizon Worlds, its virtual world, to France and Spain

Mark Zuckerberg's metaverse is now available in five countries, including the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

After the restructuring of HBO Max, 14% of the staff will be cut

The new platform Warner Bros. Discovery will have a cut of 70 positions, according to a report by Variety.

Companies have a leading role in training talent in technology

In 2030, the number of software experts will reach 45 million, but these numbers could be insufficient for the pace of digital transformation.

Did the Pollock sisters reincarnate?

Reincarnation is a widespread belief in Europe since the mid-20th century. In fact, an English couple was convinced that their daughters who died in a traffic accident had been reincarnated.

Apple plans to show more ads in its native apps

The company internally tested search ads in Maps, which could show recommendations when searching for restaurants and stores, among others.

#BREAKING: 13 Android 13 news

Both phones and tablets will have news thanks to the new Android 13 update.

LAST MINUTE: Walmart reaches agreement with Paramount+ to offer its streaming content

The Walmart+ membership program seeks to add streaming entertainment as a strategy to compete with Amazon Prime.

Tesla Autopilot runs over a child's mannequin

The controversy is served, once again at the expense of Tesla. A video posted on Twitter has called into question the new version of the autonomous driving software.

Alibaba, Tencent and ByteDance hand over parts of their algorithm to the Chinese government

These are some of the biggest tech companies in the world and the actions are part of a strategy to defuse scrutiny of them.

These are the 'geoclaves' of what is happening on La Palma

La Palma has taken 50 years to host a new eruption. For a week, this Canarian island has been in the news for the numerous earthquakes and deformation that the National Geographic Institute has registered in its volcanic surveillance network. Finally, the magma reached the surface yesterday. But what does what is happening in geological terms mean?

How many subscribers does each streaming platform have?

The war of the apps that entertain users has intensified, and in this second quarter of 2022 some companies have added what others lost.

Wanda Metropolitano: enjoy Atleti with all your senses

The new home of the mattress team is one of the most innovative stadiums in Europe and the first "smart stadium" on the Old Continent.

Every year we lose a section of the universe

At the confines of the known universe, entire galaxies, and all the stars, planets, and alien species they may contain, are disappearing.

They discover more than 300 possible exoplanets thanks to an algorithm

The ExoMiner deep neural network was created using data from NASA's Kepler spacecraft and the Pleiades supercomputer.

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Thinking of buying a laptop? These are the trends for 2022

Do not go shopping like crazy, this year there are very good value for money.

Virtual dogs for more than just playing

New technologies do more than just make life easier, hang out or have fun. Some video games are used to test future dog owners, to teach children to understand certain abstract concepts and even help them to have more human behaviors.

Nuria Oliver: 'We live surrounded by artificial intelligence'

Oliver is Director of Data Science Research at Vodafone and Chief Data Scientist at Data-Pop Alliance.

Hubble captures the sharpest image of NGC 2906

The NASA / ESA Hubble Space Telescope has photographed vivid image of a star-shaped spiral galaxy.

Joan Oró:

"Almost all the molecules in the universe could create life" Born in Lleida in 1923, he has a degree in Chemistry from the University of Barcelona and a doctorate from the University of Houston. His research includes the chemical interpretation of the origin of life and his scientific criticisms about the existence of living organisms on Mars.