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Hands-on with Microsoft’s Surface Studio

We knew Microsoft was launching a new Surface device at today’s big Windows 10 event. And we had caught wind that the newest entry in the company’s in-house hybrid would be an all-in-one of some sort – something along the lines of a Windows version of the iMac. What we didn’t see coming, however, was how […]

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Twitter decides to release earnings while most of us are sleeping because reasons

A lot of the industry watchers that follow Twitter are out  on the West Coast, where the company is based. And for good reason! The Twitter diaspora exists in a large force out here and are great to keep in touch with in order to keep context, and it’s important to be in general geographic […]

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Swarms of tiny, cute robots will one day bring you your phone, like this

Robots are taking over factories and warehouses, but their next stop might be your desktop or kitchen counter. These tiny “Zooids” work together at high speed to act as tools, display information or move things around like little ants. The bots, named after the individual creatures that make up colonial organisms, were presented earlier this […]

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YouTube: presidential debates were the most-watched political live streams ever

YouTube’s airing of the U.S. presidential debates via news organizations’ live streams have clocked in as the most-viewed political live streams of all time, the company says. That’s not surprising, given the growing number of cord cutters, the international attention the debates have garnered, and the fact that, generally speaking, political live streams aren’t always this entertaining. […]

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New Russian project ‘VERSO’ will detect a face in any TV channel in real-time

These days you tend to hear about Russia in terms of its government hacking the US election. But some canny Russian developers have put their skills to something more productive: monitoring the TV appearances of world leaders. A team of Russian developers have released an AI powered algorithm that tracks all world leaders activities in […]

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Why Samsung May Be in More Trouble Than Donald Trump

When the mighty fall, they don’t always know how to react. After all, they’re mighty. Falling is for lesser sorts. Yet the last couple of weeks have seen two famous brands fall into disrepute by their own hands. Careless hands, small hands. Samsung has managed to make a mess of theGalaxy Note 7 launch . […]

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New!!! Facebook lets you AirPlay or Google Cast web and mobile videos to your TV

Facebook wants you to lean back and watch its News Feed videos on your television with a new feature that lets you stream clips via Apple TV, AirPlay devices, Google Chromecast, and Google Cast devices. The move could help Facebook generate more video ad revenue, and increase usage time by giving people the richest possible […]

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Google Photos can now turn videos into GIFs, fix sideways photos & more

Google Photos was already one of the smartest cloud photo services available today, thanks to its search technology and built-in assistant that automatically creates collages, animations and more from your uploads. Now, the company is upgrading its service again, with a bevy of new features aimed at helping you revisit your memories and generally better […]

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Coming soon: Android 7.1 Developer Preview

Today, we’re taking the wraps off of Android 7.1 Nougat, the latest version of the platform. You probably saw a sneak peek of it at last week’s event. It’s an incremental update based on Android 7.0 but includes new features for consumers and developers — from platform Daydream VR support and A/B system updates to […]

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Facebook’s Oculus To Start Selling Hand Controllers

Facebook says it’s working to make virtual reality more social as the industry gets more crowded. With a host of leading tech companies now selling VR products, Facebook’s Oculus division is hoping to distinguish its offerings with more interactive and social experiences. At an event Thursday, the company announced a long-awaited shipping date — Dec. […]

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