Monthly Archives: May 2018

OnePlus 6 face unlock can be fooled by a simple printout

For smartphones without home buttons, face unlocking has become a necessary and ostensibly more secure method for preventing unauthorized access. The iPhone X and Samsung Galaxy S9 have adopted the technology, but it turns out there's a way to cheat… … Read the rest of this entry

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Netflix releases a trailer for ‘The Magic Order’ comic book

If you still can't wrap your head around the fact that Netflix is publishing a comic book, maybe this trailer can help. The streaming giant has released an animated trailer for The Magic Order by Mark Millar's comic book empire, … Read the rest of this entry

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Intellivision plans a revival with a new game console

Add Intellivision to the list of vintage console brands hoping for another shot at glory. Intellivision Entertainment has revealed that it's in the early stages of creating a new video game system. Details are scarce (there isn't even a name), … Read the rest of this entry

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Snapchat CEO throws shade at Facebook’s poor data practices

Snapchat has had a rough time lately, as it faces criticism about its redesign, its slowing user growth, and the fact that Facebook has copied its product several times over by adding Stories to almost all of its products. But … Read the rest of this entry

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Imgur’s wonderful world of GIFs now includes full-length video

Imgur is getting a new way to waste your time. No, not more of its Snapchat-like Snacks feature. The image-hosting site is including a medium it's never allowed users to post on the site before: Video. Okay, technically they're 'GIFs … Read the rest of this entry

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FCC approves additional funding for Puerto Rico hurricane recovery

The FCC approved a measure today that will make additional funds immediately available for ongoing hurricane recovery efforts in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. Puerto Rico will receive $ 51.2 million for restoration efforts and the US Virgin … Read the rest of this entry

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Sony’s new mirrorless camera EVF is 60 percent sharper

Sony has unveiled an OLED electronic viewfinder (EVF) display with a resolution of 5.6 million dots and a record 6.3 micrometer dot pitch. That's a significant boost over the 3.69 million dot EVF on its flagship A9 and A7R III … Read the rest of this entry

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Samsung opens second North American AI lab in Toronto

If it wasn't already apparent that Canada is becoming a major hub for AI research, it is now. Samsung has opened an AI Center (or Centre, for the Canadian crowd) in Toronto, and it's only the company's second big lab … Read the rest of this entry

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Tesla pushes full international Model 3 launch to 2019

Just because Tesla is delivering some Model 3 units outside the US doesn't mean it's ready for a full-scale international rollout. Elon Musk has revealed that launches for left-hand drive Model 3 variants in Asia and Europe are now expected … Read the rest of this entry

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Things to-do app gets a big, keyboard-focused iPad update

If you're all-Apple all the time when it comes to your hardware preferences, the Things to-do app is one of the best ways to keep track of projects large and small. And if you're an iPad user who uses the … Read the rest of this entry

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