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The French government will support fibre rollout in nearly a dozen tricky areas of the country to the tune of €420 million, it announced this week.
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Research suggests smartwatches can detect symptomatic heartbeat changes.
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Nissan's awesome "caravan office pod" is aimed at folks who'd like to work anywhere they darn well like and features a workspace that slides out of the vehicle.
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CES 2021 was all about the pandemic, featuring smart masks with built-in microphones, disinfectant robots, and laptops better equipped for Zoom calls.
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A handful of states have managed speedy vaccine rollouts by attempting to deliver as many doses as possible or anticipating distribution challenges.
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Image: Samsung Samsung’s new Galaxy Buds Pro are aimed right at Apple’s AirPods Pro wireless earbuds in terms of features. They feature active noise cancellation, and Samsung claims that they’ll offer the deepest sound out of its lineup of truly wireless earbuds. My colleague Chris Welch has more details on the Galaxy Buds Pro, but I’m here to tell you how you can buy them. They’re available for pre-purchase now for $199.99 — just $30 above the retail cost of the bean-shaped Galaxy Buds Live (though those have been selling at $130 for some time). They’ll start shipping on January 15th. Samsung has released the Galaxy Buds Pro in three colors: phantom black, phantom silver, and phantom violet, but that last one’s region-specific. We expect several more... Continue reading…
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Believe it or not, Pokemon celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. The first Pokemon games – Pokemon Red and Pokemon Green – were released in Japan on February 27th, 1996, though they wouldn’t make their way to the US and Europe for more than two years after that. The Pokemon Company tends to enjoy celebrating big anniversaries like this, so … Continue reading
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A new survey shows the Capitol Riots were the result of an infodemic, with many believing the government and media purposely mislead the public.
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CES is the largest convention to hit Las Vegas. It means money for cabdrivers, doormen, and waiters. What happens when CES goes virtual?
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Sony PS5 is going to go for pre-order on January 12 in India, and here's all you need to know about how you can order one for yourself.
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Plus:  Covid-19 contact tracing privacy, a Nissan source code leak, and more of the week's top security news.
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(University of Bath) COVID-19 has seen hardware developers pledge to make their technology 'open source' to support frontline services, but their designs are still far from open.
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I don’t know if you’ve heard or not, but recently one of the tech insiders announced that Xiaomi will start 2021 with nine new products. ... The post Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite photos and specifications have been leaked appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Google has released important updates for the current Google Pixel line of smartphones that address various issues that annoy users. The Google Pixel 5 has ... The post Google Pixel phones have received important updates that fix a lot of bugs appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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An air walker or air glider lets you do full-body, calorie-burning cardio exercises from the comfort of your home. Here are our favorites.
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Why do most PCs not support error-correcting code? Chipzilla is to blame, says Linux don Linux creator Linus Torvalds has accused Intel of preventing widespread use of error-correcting memory and being "instrumental in killing the whole ECC industry with its horribly bad market segmentation."…
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The two Georgia senators, who are locked in tight runoff races, had been closely watched in recent days as Trump has asked for more direct aid.
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Woken up to find a DJI drone has miraculously flown into your Christmas stocking? Here's how to set it up and get shooting.
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Plus: Dozens of reporters get hit by an iMessage exploit, continued fallout from the SolarWinds hack, and more of the week’s top security news.
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As the Trump era wanes, there is a sense of optimism about what the accord could achieve, five years in—but only if countries meet their targets.
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