The Morning Hype: RIP Stephen Hawking, Student Walkouts, and Google’s Strategic Partnerships

The Morning Hype: RIP Stephen Hawking, Student Walkouts, and Google’s Strategic Partnerships

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 Broadcom Gives Up on Qualcomm Deal for Good (via Bloomberg)

Stephen Hawking Dies at 76, What An Intellectual Void He Will Leave (via Reuters)

United Forces Woman to Put Puppy in Overhead Bin, Pup Dies, Why Would Anyone Still Fly United? (via Gizmodo)

Dems Lead PA Special Election, But Still Too Close to Call (via MarketWatch)

Students Across the U.S Are Planning Walkouts for Gun Violence Today (via Quartz)

Google and Ubisoft Team Up for Open-Source Online Game Code Development (via Fortune)

Google and LG to Announce Hi-Res VR in May (via The Verge)

Sorry Guys, No One is Changing the Instagram Algorithim (via Mashable)

NYC TLC Will Approve Surge Pricing in Cabs to Keep Up with Uber/Lyft (via Patch)

Walmart Wants to Reach 40% of US Households with It's Grocery Delivery Service (via Business Insider)

 

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2 responses to “The Morning Hype: RIP Stephen Hawking, Student Walkouts, and Google’s Strategic Partnerships”

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  2. Lets see that how much this partnership will give value to study and research of students. I hope that all things will work really great to enhance capabilities of students and universities.

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