Tag Archive: Discover

Discover things you never knew with these discounted 23andMe DNA tests

Amazon has 23andMe kits on sale! You can get the 23andMe Ancestry DNA Test for $ 69, when it normally sells for $ 88, or the 23andMe Health + Ancestry DNA Test for $ 139 instead of the usual $ 172 price tag.

The $ 69 23andMe Ancestry DNA test will tell you all about where you come from. You provide a saliva sample and send it in to the company. Six to eight weeks after, you’ll get  [Read More…]

Pay as little as you want to discover and master Machine Learning

What is it worth to you to better understand, and even master Machine Learning? Pay as much, or as little, as you’d like for this 10-piece bundle of education, training, and e-books!

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Pokémon Go updated with research challenges to discover Mew

Professor Willow needs your help.

Just like a fine wine, Pokémon Go keeps getting better and better with age. In the latest update to the game, developer Niantic is adding two new research challenges that players can compete in – Field Research and Special Research.

Field Research tasks can be completed by visiting PokéStops, and upon doing so, players will be given special objectives to find and catch certain types of Pokémon, engage in special battles, and  [Read More…]

Google is making it easier to discover local events in India

Google wants to help you plan your weekend.

Google is rolling out an update to its mobile search platform in India through which you can easily find popular events in your city. The search giant issued a similar update in the U.S. back in May, and in India the company is pulling information from the likes of BookMyShow, AllEvents, EventsHigh, 10times, and more.

For instance, if you type, “show me events in Hyderabad,” you’ll see a  [Read More…]

It will soon be able easier to discover new games in the Google Play Store

If you like playing games on your mobile phone, but you also like to go beyond super mainstream titles like Pokemon Go, then we have some good news for you. Present the Game Developer Conference 2017 in San Francisco, Google announced a change to its algorithms which will result in games being displayed based on […]

Google Play Books wants to help you Discover

Google is introducing a new feature in Play Books for bibliophiles called Discover. It’s designed to enhance your reading experience by helping you discover new books to read and much more. Features Want to know if a book is being made into a movie? Which books will make it on the New York Times Bestselling

Snapchat overhauls Discover and now lets you subscribe to channels

Snapchat has received a bit of a facelift in its latest update — at least for the app’s Discovery page. After updating, you’ll notice that the Discover section no longer simply lists each publisher on a grid of nondescript circles. Rather, the Discovery section now shows headlines and images related to the stories, giving users some context for what to expect before jumping in.

In another big change, you can also now subscribe to  [Read More…]

Twitter dumps the ‘Discover’ and ‘Activity’ tabs for new Trends section

Twitter has announced a change to its mobile apps today that will see the “Discover” and “Activity” pages replaced with a single trends page — now nestled in the search menu.

Snapchat introduces Discover

Snapchat announced yesterday on their Tumblr blog a new service called Discover.

The way the blog post describes it is that a user would be able to view a gallery of posts selected every 24 hours. This galleries would contain snaps that editors and artists deem worthy.

Team Snapchat makes it very clear that this is NOT a social media service. They claim that social media is marked by showing the user what is popular based on  [Read More…]

Findery now on Android to Help Travelers Discover the World Around Them

FIndery Anroid App

For the folks who love to travel and explore, this news is for you. Discovery service Findery has officially launched their Android app, making “the Findery family” complete. Starting on the web, then launching an app on iOS in March, Android users now have access from their smartphones.

With Findery you can find “notes” hidden by other users all around the world. Literally.  [Read More…]