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AMD today announced a collection of Zen-based mobile processors destined for Chromebooks. The new batch of processors includes three Ryzen CPUs and two Athlon CPUs that seem to cover the mid and high-range pretty well. AMD promises some big improvements over previous generation AMD-based Chromebooks, and we should start seeing Chromebooks featuring these new processors launching by the end of … Continue reading
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Tom Cruise as Iron Man? Leonardo DiCaprio as Spider-Man? We salute the comic book adaptations that almost came before the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Here are the five most interesting new laptops announced or rumored for release later this year, from Apple, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, and Microsoft.
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On September 15, the Motorola RAZR 5G folding screen smartphone went on sale for the first time. Although the price was as high as 12,499 ... The post Motorola Razr 5G Went On Sale and Sold Out In 2 Minutes appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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The Pixel 4A 5G and Pixel 5 will be unveiled at a virtual event later this month.
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Follow our guide to get a Pro14 rugby live stream and watch Leinster vs Ulster online from anywhere in today's huge Grand Final match.
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Today Nintendo revealed “a closer look” at their upcoming release in the rebooted Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. handheld game system. This little monster is an all-in-one gaming machine the likes of which look to the original “Game & Watch” series of handheld gaming systems for inspiration. This new version takes things up a SIGNIFICANT notch to a time … Continue reading
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The highly unusual move puts E. Jean Carroll's case in jeopardy after a court ruled she could seek Trump's DNA, testimony, and other evidence.
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It was sure nice to have a few days off from the Epic Games vs Apple conflict, wasn’t it? But grab your popcorn and maybe a fresh pretzel, because the show is not over. Now Apple is seeking damages from Epic’s breach of contract, and responded to Epic’s recent requests that it be forced to reinstate Fortnite. This is a juicy one, I’m not going to lie. If you want to see where this whole mess got started, I recommend reading this, this, or this. Long story short: Epic tried to get around the App Store payment system within Fortnite, Apple… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple
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Google’s Fundo — a service that allows creators to host paid, ticketed virtual meet-and-greet events — is expanding from a limited test into a full-fledged product that anyone can use starting today. Developed by Google’s Area 120 incubator, Fundo (which is not the name of an adorable floppy-eared dog) was launched in a limited beta last summer for several hundred “trusted testers,” according to Variety. It’s now available for anyone to use. Fundo (also not a wacky new artificial cheese product) was originally meant as a virtual photo booth-style service. Fans could wait in a digital line, chat briefly with the celebrity or creator, and get “photos” with them, just like a real-life meet-and-greet. The service provides creators with an... Continue reading…
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Several years have passed since the first “smartwatch” was released, however, it seems that 2020 is the year when those wearables are finally getting popularity ... The post Realme Watch S Pro specs and images revealed by FCC appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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A 400-year-old chamois, a member of the goat-antelope species, was found buried in the snow by a champion skier in the Italian Alps.
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(Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech)) Researchers from the Severinov Lab at Skoltech have looked at how a poorly studied type of CRISPR-Cas defense system from a bacterium living at extremely high temperature gets to know its enemy by selecting snippets of bacteriophage's genetic information for a genetic 'database' it uses to ward off subsequent infections. Understanding of this mechanism opens new ways for further genomic manipulation of both the bacterial host and its virus.
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The National Security Agency’s program to hoover up details on billions of domestic phone calls and text messages in the U.S. was illegal, a federal appeals court ruled on Wednesday, and was probably an unconstitutional abuse of power.
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The Russian technology firm and the American ride-sharing company have been working on autonomous-vehicle tech for several years.
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IDC says 2020 will be a unique and beautiful snowflake as shipments pop three percent because you can't go to the movies PC sales will resume their long-term decline in 2021, says analyst firm IDC.…
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Our robot colleague Satoshi Nakaboto writes about Bitcoin every fucking day. Welcome to another edition of Bitcoin Today, where I, Satoshi Nakaboto, tell you what’s been going on with Bitcoin in the past 24 hours. As Habermass used to say: Success is just a product of your motivation! Bitcoin price We closed the day, September 01 2020, at a price of $11,970. That’s a respectable 2.49 percent increase in 24 hours, or $291. It was the highest closing price in thirteen days. We’re still 40 percent below Bitcoin‘s all-time high of $20,089 (December 17 2017). Bitcoin market cap Bitcoin‘s market… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin
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In the Star Wars: The High Republic comic series, Yoda is a "journeyman" teaching young Padawans while they travel the galaxy.
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Most of the donations for August came from online grassroots donors, one source told New York Times.
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Looking for the best PC power supply you can buy? These are our favorites, with a few niche alternatives.
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He'll still be the CEO of OnePlus, but now he'll have an extra job on his plate.
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Three years in space wasn't enough to kill a hardy radiation-resistant bacterium, suggesting bacteria may be able to travel between planets.
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(University College London) Extremely energy-efficient artificial intelligence is now closer to reality after a study by UCL researchers found a way to improve the accuracy of a brain-inspired computing system.The system, which uses memristors to create artificial neural networks, is at least 1,000 times more energy efficient than conventional transistor-based AI hardware, but has until now been more prone to error.
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The South Korean researchers say hand washing, mask wearing, and physical distance at all times can mitigate the risk of transmission.
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Airbnb's upcoming stock-market debut could be a once-in-a-lifetime deal, "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer said on his Monday show. "Thanks to COVID-19, Airbnb is now the safest way to travel, which is why this IPO might end up being the steal of the century," he said. The home-sharing platform will benefit from people's fear of staying in hotels, face less resistance from embattled hotel chains, and attract more users as people rent out their homes for extra cash and travelers look for bargains, Cramer argued. "This turns out to be another one of those forever-changed businesses that's actually benefiting from COVID-19," he added. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Airbnb raised some eyebrows when it filed to go public last week, even as the pandemic continues to discourage global travel and depress demand on the home-sharing platform. However, its stock-market debut could be a rare chance to buy into a world-beater at a discount, "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer said on his Monday show. "Thanks to COVID-19, Airbnb is now the safest way to travel, which is why this IPO might end up being the steal of the century," he said. Read more: UBS analyzed how 900 stocks perform on positive COVID-19 vaccine news days — and concluded that these 17 are poised to jump at least 9% on the next cycle of encouraging headlines Staying in a stranger's house previously felt riskier than booking a hotel. Now, people view hotels as "outright dangerous" in terms of catching the virus, given they have to share facilities such as elevators, pools, gyms, and restaurants with other guests, Cramer said. Airbnb could also face less resistance from hotels than in the past, as they're busy chasing government bailouts and trying to stay in business, Cramer continued. "It pretty much has the market to itself," he said. "The once-mighty hotel and restaurant industries — and their unions — no longer have the clout to keep Airbnb down." The depressed US economy could also help Airbnb, as more people may look to rent their spare rooms and homes for some extra cash, and travelers are hunting for bargains, Cramer said. "This turns out to be another one of those forever-changed businesses that's actually benefiting from COVID-19," he said. Read more: Morgan Stanley breaks down 3 reasons stocks could be headed for a short-term correction as the market gets dragged higher by a few big winners Cramer's comments suggest Airbnb's recent troubles will be temporary. CEO Brian Chesky warned in May that revenues were on track to tumble more than 50% this year, spurring him to cut costs, raise $2 billion in fresh capital, and lay off 1,900 employees or 25% of Airbnb's global workforce. Airbnb's bookings have rebounded since then, but were still down 30% in June compared to the same month last year, Bloomberg reported. Moreover, revenue slumped 67% year-on-year to $335 million last quarter, resulting in a $400 million loss before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization, Bloomberg said.Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: We tested a machine that brews beer at the push of a button
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Hardware plans are still in flux, but one report points to games already in the works.
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Brits speak their brains for comms regulator Ofcom's customer audit What do TalkTalk, Three, and Virgin Media all have in common? They've each won a gong for sating the lowest proportion of customers in broadband, mobile, and landline services respectively.…
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Researchers have discovered a very interesting fossil of an Ichthyosaur that contains the fossilized remains of another large marine reptile in its stomach. Researchers believe that the Ichthyosaur swallowed its prey shortly before it died and was eventually fossilized. The discovery is the oldest known direct evidence of megapredation. Megapredation is when a large animal eats another large animal. The … Continue reading
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Sony has unveiled an improved version of its flagship Xperia 1 II smartphone in Japan. The Xperia 1 II, which debuted in February and has ... The post Sony unveils a new version of the Xperia 1 II with 12GB of RAM appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Google is giving you the ability to become the most annoying person in any conferencing call by tuning in straight from your Assistant-enabled smart display. In an announcement on its blog, the company revealed Zoom will be available on any Assistant-powered smart displays — including Google‘s own Nest Hub Max — by the end of the year. The integration boasts pretty much the full spectrum of features you can expect from it, including the ability to start calls with voice commands. It’s practically the same functionalities Assistant-powered smart displays already offer for Google Meet. The move is… interesting. Back in… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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