Microsoft saying good-bye to Hotmail Video
Microsoft saying good-bye to Hotmail Video Transcript
No spam in today's show we're scanning faces and looking for life on Mars averaging hearing and this -- -- update. It's not often -- get a shake up an email but say hello to Microsoft's new free email account outlook dot com. It'll eventually replacing Hotmail and you go to outlook dot com to grab your name now. Aside from a new -- look at adopted some windows eight touches like people -- It also has a strong tie in with social media. You don't have to leave the email to send it faced a message or -- to friends. And you'll find -- info pulled into your contacts it's not too far off from what you may be used to operating Gmail but. You -- check out a preview that features at cnet.com. It's an exciting time for science and the Mars science laboratory rover called curiosity. Well land on the red planet overnight on Sunday to search for the building blocks of life and it and include live on Mars. Now this is the most extensive and complex Lander that's ever been sent to Mars its nuclear power and can scale a three -- -- mountain. Some say this program could -- most important event in history of planetary exploration. In Ebenezer watching that Apple TV streaming box just added an app for Hulu plus. And there's -- -- tag for Twitter. Using the dollar sign up for a stock symbol will create a hash tag and then click it takes -- to financial search results for that company. If you've been using stock to its maniac you know I'll about the cash -- Stock -- says Twitter stole the -- from them right after claiming wasn't interested a few months ago. Part of the fun of planes sports videogames today senior paper players on the screen and -- looks so realistic. But ever wondered what it takes to make that happen I got a peek at. Where the Tottenham Hotspur soccer team gathered to have their -- added to the next feet -- soccer thirteen game. Players are surrounded by eighteen cameras that -- every angle their face for about two minutes. It creates a base model then the images are sent back to the game development team and it takes about twelve hours or so to process each character. Players are told to make a neutral base because if they actually -- photos of everyone's emotions images take too long to the computer will program some -- expressions for them. EA's been traveling the globe to chase down teens and every sport and -- -- was the first to incorporate this -- technology. Back as about two minutes -- they've got in didn't fix it -- and -- -- it -- you had to in essence -- decision is that. That's your tech news update -- today for more in the story's mention intonation -- you can head over to cnet.com slash update our studious in New York -- here. --
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