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lunar eclipse, Dodge Durango, Polk soundbar draw attention on Google’s tech and science Search trends

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

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The UK will use Apple and Google’s technology for its contact-tracing app after months of floundering

The NHS is ditching its contact-tracing app.
The NHS is ditching its contact-tracing app.

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  • The UK is to adopt Google and Apple’s technology for its coronavirus contact-tracing app after several months of trying to pursue its own course.

  • The UK has avoided basing its contact-tracing app on the tech giants’ software, because it wanted to pursue a more “centralized” approach that gave it greater access to people’s data.

  • However, sources highlighted a number of technical issues that faced the UK app, such as getting its underlying Bluetooth mechanism working properly.

  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

The UK will abandon its own approach for its

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It looks like the UK caved and will use Apple and Google’s technology for its contact-tracing app after months of floundering

The NHS is ditching its contact-tracing app.
The NHS is ditching its contact-tracing app.

NHSX

  • The UK is to adopt Google and Apple’s technology for its coronavirus contact-tracing app after several months of trying to pursue its own course, the BBC reports.

  • The UK has avoided basing its contact-tracing app on the tech giants’ software, because it wanted to pursue a more “centralized” approach that gave it greater access to people’s data.

  • However, sources highlighted a number of technical issues that faced the UK app, such as getting its underlying Bluetooth mechanism working properly.

  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

The UK will abandon its own

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