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Google claims to have proven that its D-Wave machine has quantum compute capabilities

Google has published a paper that claims its D-Wave quantum computer really can tap into quantum physics to solve problems.
by Robert TriggsDecember 9, 20153

Project Tango powered NASA SPHERES to blast into space this week

NASA's plans to send robots powered by Google's Project Tango 3D smartphones to the International Space Station remains on track, with the launch scheduled for July 11th.
by Robert TriggsJuly 8, 20143

Project Tango will power NASA’s SPHERES robotic platform, will launch into space later this summer

Google has now announced it has been working with NASA since last year with the goal of using Project Tango within NASA's SPHERES robotic platform.
by Andrew GrushApril 18, 20144

NASA’s Nexus One satellites send pictures home, program to be extended

NASA has announced that the three “PhoneSat” satellites based on Android smartphones have successfully captured and transmitted images of the Earth.
by Bogdan PetrovanMay 4, 20136

Beyond mobile phones: how Android smartphones ended up in space

Here's the story of how NASA decided to use the Samsung-made Google Nexus S in its SPHERES satellite project.
by J. Angelo RacomaMarch 25, 20131

Nexus devices picked by NASA to power ultra-cheap satellites

Here's what we know about PhoneSat, NASA's coolest technological venture into space: it's low-cost and it's sporting none other than the 'droid. It's actually part of the CubeSat Launch ...
by nathanAugust 24, 2012

Android smartphone set for space launch with STRaND-1

Android is going to space. Smartphones have previously been part of NASA shuttle missions as productivity tools and for experimentation. This time, however, an Android ...
by J. Angelo RacomaAugust 6, 2012

Best Android apps for astronomy enthusiasts and stargazers

Our ancestors viewed the starry sky every night. In their minds and imaginations, they formed stars into unique objects that we now call constellations. They also told ...
by Alvin YbañezJune 25, 20127
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