David Vigil

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Google's play for the living room starts with Home

The smart speaker is more than just an Amazon Echo competitor.<p>Today marked Google's biggest hardware launch yet. Not only did it announce two Pixel phones and a Daydream VR headset -- it also unveiled a slew of products for the living room. We already heard about Google Home, its voice-powered …

Smart Homes

With Assistant, Google is becoming a lot more like Apple

One service across all devices is a strangely familiar format.<p>Google may have finally taken control of its hardware with the new Pixel phones, but the company's still focusing on software. In particular: artificial intelligence. The AI-powered Assistant is an integral part of its new phones, Allo …

Artificial Intelligence

PREMIERE: Photographer Sasha Frolova Frees the Female Form Via Her New Photo Series "Busts"

What makes an image controversial? Who exactly gets to decide that the female form is inherently vulgar? Why, in 2016, is sexuality still addressed in such absurd, archaic ways? If you've ever used social media, these are probably questions you've probably thought about, and the fact that none of …

Luminous beauty of Jupiter's auroras revealed by Hubble telescope

Huge non-stop lightshow dwarfs the Earth’s transient polar displays, say Nasa scientists, as they carry out project to observe effects of solars winds<p>Astronomers have used the powerful Hubble space telescope to capture images of the luminous auroras that light up the poles of Jupiter.<p>Jupiter, the …

Syrian civilians killed in apparent revenge bombing for pilot death

Rebels say at least 30 died in airstrikes on town where militant reportedly killed air force pilot from crashed plane<p>At least 30 civilians have died in Syrian airstrikes on a town north-east of Damascus a day after rebels reportedly killed an air force pilot, a monitoring group and rebels …

How to Master Your Morning Routine With Flipboard

In the mornings, after showering, grooming, and nourishing yourself, what’s the first thing you do? Check email? Go for a jog? Listen to podcasts? These decisions, along with thousands of other possibilities, could have profound implications not just on your productivity, but your life.<p>But you …

Instagram Shuts Down Access From Other Apps

Facebook’s ongoing efforts to keep users within their own walled garden will soon result in the elimination of Instagram from third party apps, including Flipboard. On June 1, Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, will stop allowing many third parties to access the images in its feeds. If you have …

Apps

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of May 30, 2016)

A deadly shooting took place at UCLA this week, ending the life of professor William Klug. Fighting is underway in Falluja as Iraqi-led forces attempt to liberate the city from ISIS control. The battle between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton escalated and the country engaged in a debate over the …

10 Photography Curators You Should Follow on Flipboard

To get an education in photography, one simply has to look around. That’s not asking much. From advertisements to Instagram, the modern age is awash in images appearing before us from every possible angle. Adding to this is the convergence of cameras and mobile phones, which led to the world taking …

#ICYMI: Popular Stories in Tech This Week (Week of May 30)

The annual Mary Meeker Internet Trends report was released this week, with detailed analysis of current trends and predictions for the year ahead. Meanwhile, a Taiwanese company announced the latest in robot technology as Asus showcased their ‘Zenbo’ home robot. Scientists at Harvard also revealed …

Welcome to FlipBlogger

Here at Flipboard we’re passionate about great stories that move the world forward. That means we believe that it’s our duty to do everything we can to support the communities, like bloggers, who craft those very stories.<p>This week we’re excited to announce the launch of our #FlipBlogger program, …

#ICYMI: Popular Stories in Tech This Week (Week of June 6)

<b>Highlights from the week in tech:</b> Twitter locked millions of user accounts this week in response to a potential leak of 33 million passwords by hackers. They weren’t the only ones to fall victim to hacking, as Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg had some of his social media accounts compromised.<p>Bloomberg …

Daily Edition Top Ten (Week of June 6, 2016)

Hillary Clinton made history this week, becoming the first female candidate be in with a chance of being elected the President of the USA. She was endorsed by current President Barack Obama and other senior members of the Democratic party. Israeli and Palestinian tensions rose following a shooting …

The Week in Review: Mass Shooting in Orlando

A gunman killed 49 people and wounded another 53 at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida early Sunday in the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.<p>According to police, Omar Mateen entered the Pulse nightclub around 2 a.m. armed with an AR-15-type assault rifle and a handgun. Confronted by an off-duty …

State of the Race (Pre-Convention Edition): ‘Chaotic,’ ‘Unforgettable,’ ‘Unthinkable’

<i>The Democratic and Republican conventions are officially the nominating contests for the two major political parties. Unofficially, the days-long events provide a large platform for leading figures to unify as a party and make their cases to the American people. Given this year’s unconventional</i> …

Sanders puts his stamp on DNC platform, but presses for more

By Anne Gearan<p>Anne Gearan<p>White House reporter<p>Email Bio Follow<p>Democrats have approved a draft party platform strongly influenced by the liberal agenda of Sen. Bernie Sanders, but his campaign pledged Saturday to continue fighting on several policy fronts ahead of the party’s nominating convention …

Bernie Sanders

It’s the end of Europe as we know it

In doing so, they have undone a half-millennium of work toward pacifying the most war-torn continent on the planet earth.<p>Europe has always been at war with itself. The Pax Romana never fully pacified the Germanic tribes. Strife was frequent through the Middle Ages. The battle of Agincourt …

The week in politics

Take a look at the week in politics from June 19 through June 25.

'Hamilton' cast to raise funds for Clinton with extra show

<b>New York (CNN) —</b> Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is hosting a special performance of the Broadway smash hit "Hamilton: An American Musical" as part of a joint fund-raiser for the campaign and the Democratic National Committee.<p>The campaign has rented every seat in the 1,300-seat Richard …