• \u0026 # x27; Super Mario \u0026 # x27; is deceased

    \u0026 # x27; Super Mario \u0026 # x27; is deceased

    seattle November 2, 2018 13:48 Hot Recent News

    The American businessman Mario Segale died at the age of 85. In the eighties he rented a building to gamemaker Nintendo. The Japanese had a rent arrears, but managed to persuade Segale not to deport them. As a thank you, the company decided to name the protagonist from his next game to him.

  • Mercedes shows safe parking space

    Mercedes shows safe parking space

    stuttgart September 26, 2018 17:16 Hot Recent News

    Where can you park your car safely? Mercedes will answer that question in the future. The German car manufacturer is working on an application that checks the available parking spaces at the final destination on the basis of public crime statistics.

  • Aggressive mountain goats parked by helicopter park

    Aggressive mountain goats parked by helicopter park

    seattle September 17, 2018 13:00 Hot Recent News

    Hundreds of mountain goats are evicted from Olympic National Park in Washington state because they pose a threat to visitors to the park. The goats have become so addicted to the salt in human urine and smell of sweat that they aggressively approach unsuspecting walkers.

  • Cashless store Amazon in New York

    Cashless store Amazon in New York

    seattle September 8, 2018 10:16 Hot Recent News

    Amazon wants to open a store without cash register in New York. That reports techsite The Information. Amazon already has three such supermarkets in their home city of Seattle. In addition, there are branches of Amazon Go in Chicago and San Francisco.

  • Long queue for first Starbucks in Italy
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    Long queue for first Starbucks in Italy

    milan September 7, 2018 17:32 Hot Recent News

    Italy is the land of cappuccinos and espressos, but the Italians are now also faced with frappuccinos. The American chain Starbucks has opened its first tent in the country on Friday. There was a long line with hundreds of tourists and Italians in front of the Milan office. 'I hope the coffee tastes better here than in America,' said a Milanese customer.

  • Riddle how man could steal plane

    Riddle how man could steal plane

    seattle August 11, 2018 14:54 Hot Recent News

    It is still a mystery how a 29-year-old aviation officer in Seattle could steal a passenger plane and later crash into a small island. The man died in the crash. The police assume suicide. No victims have fallen on the ground.

  • New York wants to ban straws

    New York wants to ban straws

    new york May 23, 2018 21:51 Hot Recent News

    Are the New Yorkers slurping their beloved plastic straws for the last time? If it is up to the municipal administration of the American metropolis. Fast food chains and restaurants may be banned from using plastic straws for longer.

  • New food hype may be life-threatening

    san francisco January 3, 2018 13:18 Hot Recent News

    Unfiltered water seems to be a new trend among health freaks in the United States. Fanciers are willing to pay almost 40 dollars for about 4 liters of 'raw' water. But according to experts, the hip drink is better not to be drunk.

  • No brake protection on the train accident

    dupont December 20, 2017 05:57 Hot Recent News

    The National Transportation Safety Council (NTSB) of the US Tuesday admitted that the automatic brake system PTC was not installed on the route where a major train accident took place on Monday.

  • Derailed train US much too hard by bend

    seattle December 19, 2017 08:54 Hot Recent News

    The train derailed in the north-west of the United States on Monday was driving too fast through a bend and then on a bridge over a highway. According to the authorities, the train should have braked before the bend and bridge and should travel no more than 50 kilometers per hour.

  • Amazon works on glasses and surveillance cameras

    Amazon works on glasses and surveillance cameras

    seattle September 20, 2017 12:21 Hot Recent News

    Amazon also works on smart glasses, similar to Google Glass and the HoloLens from Microsoft. The glasses should get the smart help Alexa. In addition, Amazon wants to develop a security camera that can be linked to the Echo devices. That reports the Financial Times based on sources around the company.

  • Mayor Seattle is leaving

    Mayor Seattle is leaving

    seattle September 12, 2017 22:45 Hot Recent News

    The mayor of Seattle Ed Murray, 62, announced his resignation on Tuesday, a few hours after being accused of sexual abuse of young boys in the seventies and eighties. That was all the fifth case. This time it would be a nephew who was thirteen years old at that time.

  • Alexa and Cortana are communicating with each other

    Alexa and Cortana are communicating with each other

    new york August 30, 2017 13:30 Hot Recent News

    Yahoo's Amazon and Cortana voice assistants should communicate with each other. By the end of this year, people should be able to use Alexa Cortana and vice versa. The two companies worked behind the scenes over the past year, and according to the New York Times, Amazon and Microsoft announced the collaboration later on Wednesday.

  • 'Google buys health test smartphones'

    'Google buys health test smartphones'

    mountain view August 14, 2017 13:36 Hot Recent News

    Google buys a company that develops apps that can measure people's health through the smartphone. That reports GeekWire based on sources around the negotiations. It is not known how much Google pays for Senosis Health. The companies themselves do not make any statements yet.

  • Twitch brings out desktop app
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    Twitch brings out desktop app

    seattle August 14, 2017 10:24 Hot Recent News

    Twitch users can now also follow their favorite games and gamers with an app on Windows and MacOS. The application released by the streaming platform is based on CurseForge, which was taken over by Twitch last year.

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