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    Writing One Day, Nicholls used places in Edinburgh he knew well. But in researching Us he made use of Street View to zoom around cities he had never visited. Not all authors know their settings at first hand, so what is the secret of creating a convincing sense of place? Many years ago, while writing my first novel, I took a train to find the house where my fictional character lived. I brought...


    23/05/2015
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    Kremlin demands internet services comply with its laws, which require official registration of bloggers with more than 3,000 readers a day Continue reading...


    22/05/2015
  • TechRadar

    As the likes of Apple and Dropbox have demonstrated, finding the magic formula for an all-encompassing photo service isn't easy. Google is having another crack at it this week, and screenshots of the upcoming app have spilled out onto the web via Android Police . A lot of the functionality mirrors what's in the current Photos app (stuck inside Google+) but there are some new features: you can...


    25/05/2015

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  • 25 May
    2015
    Monday, May 25, 2015
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      TechRadar

      If you thought the idea of barking commands into a cylindrical black box to order supplies from Amazon was strange, get a load of what Google may be planning for the next generation of internet-connected smart toys. The US Patent and Trademark Office (via Engadget ) published a patent application from Google late last week entitled "Agent Interfaces for Interactive Electronics that Support Social...


      25/05/2015
  • 22 May
    2015
    Friday, May 22, 2015
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      AfterDawn.com

      Google Maps was at the center of Internet outrage this week with demands for apologies, and heads to roll, in an unfortunate set of circumstances that associated 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue with racist search terms. It emerged that searches of "n****r house" or "n****r king" in Google Maps brought up the home of Barack Obama, and Google very quickly responded with an investigation. In the meantime,...


      22/05/2015
  • 20 May
    2015
    Wednesday, May 20, 2015
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      The Observer

      Searches using a racist slur return results pinpointing the White House in Washington DC Google has apologised after searches which include the racist slur “nigger” were shown to find the White House in Google Maps. Searches for “nigger house”, in a global view of the world, and for “nigger king”, when focused on in the Washington DC greater area, return with the home of the US president Barack...


      20/05/2015
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