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Today, WndowsLatest reported that the Microsoft Edge browser will get many new features and improvements in the next update. After the update, it will automatically ... The post Microsoft Edge Browser Will Manage Memory Usage Via Tab Freeze appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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From The Devil All The Time with Tom Holland to Long Way Up on Apple TV Plus, here are some streaming highlights across the coming days.
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End of the line for Adobe's multimedia nightmare on iGiant's browser Ahead of the macOS Big Sur launch, Apple has released Safari 14 to the general public, granting Mojave and Catalina users access to the company's latest browser.…
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To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States, broadcasting network HBO Max will have a special schedule in which Latino artists will stand out.
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ML, analytics connector reduces memory demand, says database firm In-memory NoSQL database Aerospike is launching connectors for Apache Spark and mainframes to bring the two environments closer together.…
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Apple is hosting an online event today, where the company is announcing several of its new devices. Known for his accurate leaks, Evan Blass posted ... The post These are the products that Apple prepares to unveil today appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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In the past, people were doing things that they could do the best and earned money based on this. But now, everything changes. Thanks to ... The post AutoDraw – Now You Can Draw Anything Without Corresponding Skills appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Rio Tinto's CEO leaves global mining giant over outcry at blowing up of ancient Aboriginal caves dating back 46,000 years for iron ore.
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Immortals Fenyx Rising is clearly inspired by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but it has enough new ideas to keep things interesting.
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Images of the PS5 media remote's leaked partnerships may have given us a better idea of the PS5 release date.
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When the first smart speakers, led by the Amazon Echo, appeared, there was some confusion at what they’d really be good for. These devices eventually became commonplace inside more modern homes but they initially lacked one feature people presumed they would have: making and taking phone calls. That also eventually arrived in one form or another but now Amazon and … Continue reading
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Uber announced Tuesday that “100 percent” of rides will take place in electric vehicles by 2030 in the US, Canada, and Europe, and by 2040 for the rest of the world. But rather than pay drivers directly to trade their gas-burning vehicles for electric ones, the company will impose an extra fee on trips completed in an electric vehicle to incentivize drivers to make the switch. Starting today, Uber is launching its “Uber Green” surcharge in 15 cities in the US and Canada. For a dollar extra, riders can specifically request a hybrid or electric vehicle. Drivers who use hybrid or electric vehicles to pick up passengers will get an extra 50 cents per ride, while drivers using specifically battery-electric vehicles get another dollar on top... Continue reading…
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We’ve seen Ken Block behind the wheel of some incredible machines over the years. One thing that those vehicles have in common is that they are all powered by high horsepower internal combustion engines. The video at the bottom of the story shows Block testing and hooning the world’s first all-electric rallycross car. The vehicle is called the Ford Fiesta … Continue reading
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Everyone's looking to cash in on the race to next-gen network With 5G increasingly touted as an alternative to existing fixed-line broadband connections, Taiwanese semiconductor biz MediaTek has pushed out its latest chipset for next-generation routers.…
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The original 1980 Game & Watch helped propel hand-held video games to global popularity, and over 40 million were sold.
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If you want to sign up you might need deep pockets... The post This Is How Much It Will Cost to Access OpenAI’s API From October appeared first on Computer Business Review.
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Intel is the latest big company to introduce a new, simpler (or more generic) logo. The company today announced new branding to coincide with its 11th Gen Tiger Lake processors; the look is both new and familiar. For reference, here’s the old logo the company adopted in 2006: And here’s the new one: Which in turn calls back to Intel‘s original logo used from 1968 to 2006: I don’t mind the change too much. The ‘swirl’ of the previous logo looks a little outdated by modern standards, and while the new logo is quite generic at first glance, the way Intel… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Intel
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Publisher says a more targeted solution that allows legitimate sharing is coming.
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With production promising to return to normal soon, here's the status of the $200 version of Nintendo's gaming console.
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Asus ROG team overclockers hit an astonishing 6,666 MHz DDR4 speeds with the AMD Ryzen 7 4700GE.
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The Galaxy S20 series (pictured) released earlier this year. | Photo by Brennan King / The Verge The latest version of Samsung’s One UI software, which was announced alongside the Galaxy Note 20 earlier this month, has started rolling out for the Galaxy S20, the company has announced. SamMobile reports that the update is already appearing in select European countries including Italy, Hungary, Portugal, and the Netherlands. The 5G Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra are reportedly among the first to be getting the update. One UI 2.5 brings a number of the Galaxy Note 20’s features to the S20 lineup. The most interesting of these is support for Wireless DeX, which lets you mirror your phone’s screen to supported TVs and use it as a touchpad. Image: Samsung The enhanced Pro Video Mode gives you more control... Continue reading…
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The soccer (football) game FIFA 21 will not allow players to meet across console generations, console to console, or console to… anything else, really. EA noted this week that users will be able to carry over their progression from an older console generation to a newer generation, but no cross-play will be available for anyone, at all, ever. This might … Continue reading
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(University of Southampton) New research from the University of Southampton has successful discovered a way to bind two negatively charged electron-like particles which could create opportunities to form novel materials for use in new technological developments.
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This is the first time in years that its visual appearance has been radically altered
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Nine standout rumors we've heard about the upcoming iPhone 12, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max.
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Image: Facebook Facebook’s latest attempt to help combat the spread of potentially harmful COVID-19 misinformation involves a new notification screen that will provide more context about an article or other link, like when it was first shared and its source. The goal, Facebook says, is to “help people understand the recency and source of the content before they share it” and to direct “people to our COVID-19 Information Center to ensure people have access to credible information about COVID-19 from global health authorities.” It builds on the platform’s existing recency notifications, which it launched in June to help cut down on the spread of older links that routinely resurface in ways that can misrepresent current events. Facebook continues its... Continue reading…
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Operation Skeleton Key has stolen source code, SDKs, chip designs, and more.
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Amazon has loads of great shows to keep you entertained. Here are some of the best.
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There's no way to search for a specific show by name on Pluto TV. Instead of directly searching, you can browse through Pluto TV's catalog by genre, channel, and the time of day when the show airs. Searching for a show like this is almost exactly the same whether you're using Pluto TV on your computer, mobile device, or TV. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Pluto TV is a popular video streaming service that offers a combination of live TV and on-demand content that's all free.  While Pluto offers an enormous amount of content, there's no search feature available in any of its apps. Pluto is designed to look and work like a traditional channel guide for a cable TV or satellite system, and relies entirely on browsing to find the shows you want to watch.  It seems likely that as the service grows in popularity, a true search tool will eventually be developed for Pluto TV. In the meantime, here is how to use Pluto's browsing functions to search for TV shows and movies.  Check out the products mentioned in this article: Pluto TV (Free at Pluto TV) Samsung 50-inch Smart TV (From $399.99 at Best Buy) iPhone 11 (From $699.99 at Apple) Samsung Galaxy S10 (From $699.99 at Walmart) Apple Macbook Pro (From $1,299.00 at Apple) Acer Chromebook 15 (From $179.99 at Walmart) How to search for live TV on Pluto TV No matter which platform you're using to view Pluto TV — the web, a mobile device, or your smart TV — the interface is essentially identical; the only difference is whether you control it using a mouse, your finger, or a remote control. As mentioned, there's no way to search directly for a show within Pluto TV. However, you can browse. 1. Start by narrowing your selection to the genre or category you're interested in. On the web and smart TVs, you'll find the list of categories on the left side of the screen, and it includes a dozen options like Movies, Comedy and Sports. On your phone or tablet, the categories scroll to the left and right above the channels.  2. Once you select a category, scroll through the available channels within the category.  3. When you see the show you want to watch, select it. Note that you can only watch the show that's currently airing — you'll have to wait to see any shows listed to the right, as if you were watching live TV (which is essentially what you're doing).  How to search for on demand programming on Pluto TV 1. Switch to on demand by selecting "On Demand" at the top of the screen (or, on your phone or tablet, at the bottom). 2. Choose the category you want to search for — you can find the categories on the left side of the screen on the web and smart TV, or across the top on your phone.  3. Scroll through the available on-demand options and select the movie you want to watch.  Related coverage from Tech Reference: 'Can you record on Sling TV?': How to add Cloud DVR to the internet TV service and use it to record shows and movies Does Hulu have ESPN? How to get the popular sports network packaged with your Hulu plan How to search on the Quibi app to find content by title, talent, genre, and more 'What is the X-Ray feature on Amazon Prime Video?': How to find and view bonus material about TV shows and movies How to find and watch your Amazon Prime Video purchases on any device SEE ALSO: The best 4K TVs Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Pathologists debunk 13 coronavirus myths
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Montblanc has released new smart headphones. It marks the heritage brand's first major foray into new technology. The company also released a smartwatch collection. In a new interview with Business Insider, Felix Obschonka, Montblanc's director of new technologies, spoke about designing new products and how the company plans to continue its expansion in tech.  This is part of Business Insider's "The Style Series," highlighting fashion entrepreneurs around the world. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Headphones have arguably become the most important accessory of the modern era. People listen more than ever now — to music, while playing video games, as they edit movies, and when watching TV shows. And of course, they're taking more Zoom calls from home now in the era of remote work prompted by the coronavirus pandemic. Montblanc, a heritage brand founded in Germany in 1906 and best known for its high-end pens and leather goods, has pivoted its offerings to meet the more modern needs of its customer. The company launched its MB O1 headphones and smartwatch collections earlier this year. In an interview with Business Insider, Montblanc's director of new technologies Felix Obschonka explains the process of developing Montblanc's new tech and why the company decided to expand into a new sector. Editor's note: The below interview has been lightly edited and condensed for clarity.SEE ALSO: THE STYLE SERIES: A Gen Z entrepreneur created an interactive shopping app that's like 'Tinder for outfits.' Here's how she did it. DON'T MISS: The Style Series: Twitter's preeminent black fashion historian on 'white nepotism' in the industry — and the urgency of recognizing black America's impact on luxury "The headphones are our most travel-focused product, in the new tech line up that we have." When we ask our customers, 'what is the tool or technology that is most important for you for traveling' — noise-canceling headphones are coming quite high in the list, because it gives them silence from the outside world. They actually can shut out all the noise and stress they have and really focus either on their work or actually relax.  "We took a well-experienced design partner, who helped us get the right angles when thinking about the function of the headphones." We also got a lot of experts from the sound industry who helped us in optimizing the sound. Overall, designing the headphones took us half a year or so. And then the total process of building a pair of headphones is usually between a year and a year and a half. "We're also building mechanical watches. We wanted to have a watch that was true to watch design codes." The watch really looks like a fine Swiss watch, that people would love to wear because they think it's fashionable and good looking. But it spurs with the latest technology. This one can actually comparatively connect to a network without the need for a phone. It was important that we have this connection between the latest technology and the best in design. "It's very crucial [for Montblanc] to design products that are known for quality, craftsmanship, and fine materials. " We see sometimes, a lot of products are, let's say, cost-driven — where people actually say, 'okay, for sure I could do this with nice fine leather material, but if I do it out of another material, I would save costs.' That's something we would never do.  "Technology has become such an integral part of our life … So technology products become important." Consumers have an expectation for brands to touch every aspect of their life, or a lot more of their life than ever before. A lot of our consumers expect us to give them a holistic experience — meaning that you're not only getting your duffle bag, your writing instrument, and the watch, but you get the full experience from the brand.
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