PlayStation E3 2018 Showcase: What Worked, What Didn't, and Why?

  1. PlayStation E3 2018 Showcase: What Worked, What Didn’t, and Why?  PlayStation LifeStyle
  2. Dozens of amazing-looking video games were announced this week — here’s when you’ll be able to play them  Business Insider
  3. What We Learned About The Future of Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft’s Game Consoles From E3  Gizmodo
  4. E3 2018 PlayStation Showcase | English  YouTube
  5. Sony E3 Presser Teases Death Stranding, The Last Of Us 2, More  PCMag
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Square Enix E3 2018 Showcase Disappointed Gamers: No 'Final Fantasy VII Remake' Or 'The Avengers'

  1. Square Enix E3 2018 Showcase Disappointed Gamers: No ‘Final Fantasy VII Remake’ Or ‘The Avengers’  Tech Times
  2. Every World Confirmed for Kingdom Hearts 3 (So Far)  Game Rant
  3. Square Enix’s E3 2018 Press Conference News: Kingdom Hearts 3, Shadow Of The Tomb Raider  GameSpot
  4. Kingdom Hearts 3: Everything you need to know  CNET
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Kevin Durant as X factor? Warriors plan to showcase him; Rockets confident they can withstand him

  1. Kevin Durant as X factor? Warriors plan to showcase him; Rockets confident they can withstand him  ESPN
  2. Warriors are still Gold standard in West  Los Angeles Times
  3. Kevin Durant, Warriors ride second-half surge to Game 1 win over Rockets  Sporting News
  4. NBA playoffs: ‘When he’s like that, he’s unstoppable.’ Kevin Durant takes over Game 1 for Warriors.  Washington Post
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Google to showcase AI advances at its big conference

  1. Google to showcase AI advances at its big conference  Business Insider
  2. ‘Google AI’ is the new home of Google’s research and AI divisions  Engadget
  3. At Google, ‘responsibility’ — not new technology — will take center stage  Los Angeles Times
  4. Android Developers Blog: Say Hello to Android Things 1.0  Android Developers Blog
  5. Android P will finally restrict apps from monitoring your network activity  XDA Developers
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Google to showcase AI advances at its big conference

  1. Google to showcase AI advances at its big conference  Washington Post
  2. 8 (Crazy?) Predictions for Google IO 2018  Phandroid.com
  3. Top 10 Best Android Apps — Mother’s Day — May 2018  Android Headlines
  4. Android Developers Blog: Building for Automotive: A sneak peek at Google I/O 2018  Android Developers Blog
  5. Google launches Android Things for appliances as earlier spinoffs scramble to catch on  Reuters
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Russia leaps ahead of rivals to showcase 'hypersonic' Kinzhal missile

Russia leaps ahead of rivals to showcase 'hypersonic' Kinzhal missileRussia has published a video showing the launch of a new missile in its latest move in a high-tech arms race to develop and field guided weapons capable of hypersonic speeds. In a follow-up to President Vladimir Putin’s unveiling of several new nuclear super weapons last week, he Russian Defense Ministry unveiled a video clip showing a jet launching the “Kinzhal”. Russia is racing against China and the United States to develop hypersonic – highly supersonic – missiles. The majority of these efforts focus on a technique known as boost-glide weapons that use intercontinental ballistic missiles to propel gliders to hypersonic speeds. China and the United States were previously thought to lead Russia in this area. But Kinzhal, or Dagger, appears to skip the line and claim early leadership in the hypersonic race. The missile appears to be a heavily modified version of Russia’s Iskander short-range ballistic missiles, which are nuclear-capable. It is launched from the air by a MiG-31 fighter jet. Designed by the Soviets to intercept American bombers, the MiG-31 is both extremely fast and high-flying — making it an ideal launcher for Kinzhal. When the weapon is dropped from the plane, it is already in thin air and traveling at high speeds. After separating from the plane, Kinzha’s engine ignites to propel it to 10 times the speed of sound. The video shows one of the missiles mounted below an MiG-31 as it takes flight. Close shots of the missile’s engines were blurred out. The final seconds of the video show the large missile dropped from below the plane. After falling for several seconds, the engine erupts and the weapon arcs away. Russia claims the weapon is already operational, unlike some of the other, more fantastical, weapons announced by Putin last week — such as a nuclear-powered cruise missile. The video appears to back up those claims, or at least suggests the weapon is significantly far along in its development. Russia claims the missile’s warhead is capable of maneuvering at extreme speeds to confuse enemy missile defenses. Though Russia’s current weapons have the ability to best missile defenses, the issue is being used to justify new defense spending. Kinzhal gives Russia early hypersonic strike abilities while it pursues boost-glide weapons to match those under development in China and the United States. Putin announced the development of such a system, known as Avangard, in his speech last week. Other weapons included massive nuclear torpedoes and underwater drone submarines. 


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