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iOS 12 connects AirPods to Apple’s built-in hearing aid app

iOS 12 will apparently have a lot more more to offer other than what was announced on stage at Apple's annual developers conference. One of those unannounced features could be a game changer for those hard of hearing: Cupertino's upcoming … Read the rest of this entry

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Google’s Gboard app gets more languages and built-in stickers

After catching up with iOS, Google's keyboard app for Android is now racing ahead, courtesy of an update that packs 40 additional languages (including Japanese), and built-in sticker packs. Although Google already has a keyboard for non-Latin script… Engadget RSS … Read the rest of this entry

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Opera’s desktop web browser gets built-in ad blocking

If you use a major desktop web browser, you usually have to hunt down an ad blocking add-on if you're determined to purge intrusive promos from your internet experience. You won't have to go scrounging if you're an Opera fan, … Read the rest of this entry

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Raspberry Pi 3 has a 64-bit processor and built-in WiFi

It's hard to believe, but it's been four years since the Raspberry Pi Foundation gave the DIY computing scene a huge kick in the right direction with the launch of the Model B. To celebrate the milestone and 8 million … Read the rest of this entry

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The next Oculus Rift headset is ‘Crescent Bay’ and sports built-in audio

Oculus VR has a new headset. CEO Brendan Iribe showed the prototype, dubbed Crescent Bay, off today at the first Oculus Connect conference. It has built-in audio, it’s lighter and packs 360-degree motion tracking. Iribe says that the jump between … Read the rest of this entry

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Mozilla bends on ‘built-in’ Firefox DRM so it can keep streaming Netflix

While Netflix and others work on new ways to stream movies to your browser through HTML5 that don’t use Flash or Silverlight plugins, Hollywood’s requirements for DRM to prevent copying have put Mozilla in a bind. The DRM proposed means … Read the rest of this entry

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Fujitsu eye-tracking tech uses built-in motion sensor, infrared LED for hands-free computing (video)

Eye-tracking technology looks to be one of the major tropes at CEATEC this year. One of many companies demoing a gaze-following setup is Fujitsu, which is showing off a prototype desktop PC with a built-in sensor and infrared LED. This … Read the rest of this entry

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