On a regular basis, Google compiles a list of which science and technology topics are being queried the most by US users in its dedicated Search engine. Over the past 24 hours, an upcoming lunar eclipse, Adobe’s Photoshop camera app, Dodge’s new Durango SRT Hellcat plus a Polk soundbar were among the most trending topics.
Over the past 24 hours, this weekend’s lunar eclipse topped Google Search’s trending science and technology topics.
Adobe • Adobe Photoshop
Despite first launching its Photoshop smartphone camera application in June, Adobe’s new technology is trending on Google Search as various media like Android Central and CNET publish their reviews of the app.
Moon • Eclipse • Total penumbral lunar eclipse
Over the next few days, North Americans will be able to see the “Buck Moon” — the full moon that occurs in July — which will be lightly shrouded in a penumbral eclipse, an event described by NASA as being when “the Moon will be close enough to opposite the Sun that its northern edge will pass through the partial shadow of the Earth – called a partial penumbral eclipse.” The full moon will be visible on the night of July 4 and the eclipse will begin on July 5.
Street & Racing Technology • Dodge Durango • Chrysler
On Thursday, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced its most powerful SUV to date: the 2021 Durango SRT (Street & Racing Technology) Hellcat. The model has been outfitted with a high-performance supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI Hellcat V-8 engine that puts out 710 hp.
Naturism • Mask
Also on Thursday, The Wall Street Journal published a story about how the COVID-19 outbreak has affected nudist communities. Despite not needing the generally requisite shirt and shoes, those who spend time in nudist gatherings and resorts are required to wear masks, an obligation that the community is less than thrilled about.
Polk Audio • Soundbar • DTS • HDMI
Polk Audio recently announced its latest soundbar, the MagniFi 2. The star feature of the speaker is the 3D Audio Mode which will give listeners the impression that they’re surrounded by speakers when, in fact, the sound is coming from one device. The soundbar is available now for $499.