【#科技头条#20130716】

【#科技头条#20130716】“愤怒的小鸟之星球大战II”9月19日重返银河并带来新玩具;iOS平台最火的约会应用Tinder着陆Android平台;NASA成功测试了3D打印的火箭发动机燃油喷射器;英国埃克塞特大学学生获5万用于开发可使无数设备同时演奏音乐的应用,8月亮相。

 

1、“愤怒的小鸟之星球大战II”9月19日重返银河并带来新玩具(digital trends)

‘Angry Birds Star Wars II’ returns to a galaxy far far away, and brings toys with it

http://www.digitaltrends.com/gaming/angry-birds-star-wars-ii-brings-toys-into-your-game-with-telepods/

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The idea of merging video games with physical toys is still relatively new, but is gaining traction. Activision proved there’s a market for such things with the ridiculous success of Skylanders, prompting Disney to follow suit with its own Disney Infinity, which launches in August 2013. Now Rovio is stepping up with an enhancement to its upcoming Angry Birds Star Wars II, out September 19, that leverages its partnership with Hasbro for a new toy-meets-game feature called Telepods.

2、iOS平台最火的约会应用Tinder着陆Android平台

Dear Android Users: Your Love Life Is About To Heat Up Now That Tinder Has An App For You

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http://www.businessinsider.com/dear-android-users-your-love-life-is-about-to-heat-up-now-that-tinder-has-an-app-for-you-2013-7?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+businessinsider+%28Business+Insider%29

Tinder, the super buzzy, super hot dating app, has finally released an app for Android.

Since launching last October, Tinder has generated 75 million matches and at least 50 couples have gotten engaged because of it.  Even the former Miss USA is on it. But until today, all of that romance was limited to iOS users.

 

3、NASA成功测试了3D打印的火箭发动机燃油喷射器(BBC)

Nasa has announced it has successfully tested a 3D-printed rocket engine part.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-23313921

3D

The US space agency said that the injector component could be made more quickly and cheaply using the technique.

 

4、英国埃克塞特大学学生获5万用于开发可使无数设备同时演奏音乐的应用,8月亮相。Exeter students win $50,000 prize for music-syncing app(BBC)

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-23321032#sa-ns_mchannel=rss&ns_source=PublicRSS20-sa

大学生

A team of students from Exeter University has won $50,000 (£33,100) for developing an app that allows an infinite number of devices to play music simultaneously.

The team behind the app, SoundSynk, won first prize in innovation at the Imagine Cup, a student technology competition sponsored by Microsoft.

The team has so far tested it on 75 devices.

The app will be available across all platforms in August.

Edward Noel, Rob Parker, Alex Bochenski and Jonathan Neuman were presented with their prize by Doctor Who star Matt Smith in St Petersburg.

"With this technology, we can create hyper-local social networks," said Mr Parker.

"SoundSynk is the first practical use of this technology and we are all very excited about its future applications."


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