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Similarly, although the single-camera model is planned for this fall, /Cheddar/ reports that it might be delayed into next year as well. These new spectacles will come with improved performance and new features. It could also add another camera so that 3D effects are possible. The company plans to sell fewer sets of the glasses, according to the report, after failing to sell through inventory on its first generation.
  • Intel partners with hardware giants for 5G-loaded PCs in 2019

    Intel partners with hardware giants for 5G-loaded PCs in 2019

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    Intel announced today that it is collaborating with Dell , HP, Lenovo and Microsoft to bring 5G connectivity to Windows PCs with the Intel XMM 8000 series commercial 5G modems. Intel introduced its upcoming portfolio of commercial 5G modems, including the XMM 8000 series - Intel's first family of 5G radio multi-mode commercial modems - in November a year ago.
  • PSVR $200 deal is coming back for a limited time

    PSVR $200 deal is coming back for a limited time

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    If you own a PlayStation 4 and have been thinking about dabbling in the world of virtual reality , you might want to check out some of the deals that will be made available starting on February 18 on various PlayStation VR bundles. The package that includes the PSVR headset, the PlayStation Camera, and the PlayStation Move Motion controllers in various configurations will work on all PS4 console models.
  • New 'text bomb' bug causes Apple devices to crash

    New 'text bomb' bug causes Apple devices to crash

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    According to reports, the only way to open iMessage again is to get another friend to send a message, which then allows users to delete the affected thread. Apple in the past has faced a lot of software issues and iOS crashing due to several links, videos, and characters. Warning about the bug, engineers at software maker Aloha Browser said the symbol is actually two Telugu characters that when translated mean the word "sign".
  • Apple confirms its HomePod speaker leaves ugly marks on wooden surfaces

    Apple confirms its HomePod speaker leaves ugly marks on wooden surfaces

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    Though it's still too early to tell whether the HomePod's blemishes on wood will dampen the device's sales. It was also revealed this week that Sonos speakers were also leaving marks on some wooden surfaces. When I learned yesterday that Apple's HomePod speaker-which I had been testing-can damage oil-stained wood, I was more than a little concerned, as it had been sitting on my cabinet for quite some time.
  • Karate Kid TV Sequel Cobra Kai Releases First Trailer

    Karate Kid TV Sequel Cobra Kai Releases First Trailer

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    Set more than three decades after the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament, Cobra Kai - if you need a refresher, that's the name of the old dojo - finds Daniel LaRusso (Macchio) living a comfortable life with his family in Encino, running a string of vehicle dealerships.
  • Facebook's days may be numbered as United Kingdom youth abandon the platform

    Facebook's days may be numbered as United Kingdom youth abandon the platform

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    The reality: The number of U.S. Facebook users in the 12- to 17-year-old demographic declined by 9.9 percent in 2017, eMarketer found, or about 1.4 million total users. Snapchat , meanwhile, will see its user base increase by 9.3 per cent to 86.5 million, eMarketer said. Younger people are essentially a metric for what is popular at any given moment in time, and for Facebook , the numbers indicate that it's losing that edge.
  • Apple could be rethinking its release cycle for iOS and macOS

    Apple could be rethinking its release cycle for iOS and macOS

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    According to the Bloomberg article, the only feature to expect on the iPad in iOS 11 is for Apple's Animoji characters to arrive on the iPad (which would match with rumors suggesting that Face ID is coming to the tablet ). In recent times, the iPhone owners faced a number of glitches such as not being able to take calls or a bug that caused iPhones to crash past year.
  • Sea Of Thieves Says No To Loot Boxes, Yes To Microtransactions (Later)

    Sea Of Thieves Says No To Loot Boxes, Yes To Microtransactions (Later)

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    You can collect weapons and clothing as you progress through the game, and according to Engadget , Rare may introduce microtransactions to allow you to purchase items using real-world money. Here are ten Sea of Thieves Cursed Chests we would like to see . "That said, he affirmed that "...there will never be loot crates in Sea of Thieves ".
  • You Know Logan Paul Is Gonna Keep Doing This Crap Forever, Right?

    You Know Logan Paul Is Gonna Keep Doing This Crap Forever, Right?

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    And he reportedly tweeted "swallowing 1 tide pod per retweet" on the same day, in reference to the risky Tide Pod challenge , in which people record themselves eating detergent packets and post the videos to social media. Paul also posted a video that appears to show how incomplete the YouTuber's redemption narrative really is. In a video posted on February 4, Paul brags about having accumulated a vast subscriber count after having taken a short sabbatical from YouTube ...
  • Olympic ceremony 'a symbol of how things might be'

    Olympic ceremony 'a symbol of how things might be'

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    The cyberattack follows a string of previous incidents involving various Winter Olympics computer systems, including a spying operation that is believed to have originated from North Korea . Athletes from the two countries marched side by side during the opening ceremony and have formed a joint women's hockey team. Moon met Kim Yo Jong and the North's ceremonial head of state Kim Yong Nam for talks and lunch at the Blue House today.
  • Shocking new photos deep in space with blow your mind

    Shocking new photos deep in space with blow your mind

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    Its latest snaps may not be its most spectacular, but are pioneering in their own way as the farthest images ever snapped away from the Earth. New Horizons had traveled 6.12 billion kilometers when it took a grainy picture of the Wishing Well star cluster.
  • Ford Announces the 2019 Ranger Raptor…For Asia Pacific

    Ford Announces the 2019 Ranger Raptor…For Asia Pacific

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    The new Ford Ranger Raptor will be a trim for the USA market Ranger starting in the 2021 model year and available for purchase by the end of 2020. The Raptor has Ford's "SYNC 3" media system and its 8.0-inch colour screen also doubles as the rear view camera display. For that, stay with us on more news regarding the Ranger Raptor as it's released.
  • New Ayutthaya Map, CTF Mode and More

    New Ayutthaya Map, CTF Mode and More

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    The new update is confirmed to feature a new map. One thing to keep in mind is that while any new Overwatch character skins introduced through the Lunar New Year 2018 event will only be found through loot boxes, the skins that were released alongside the event in 2017 should be purchasable with standard in-game currency.
  • Goodbye Qualcomm: iPhone 11 Chips To Be Made Exclusively By Intel

    Goodbye Qualcomm: iPhone 11 Chips To Be Made Exclusively By Intel

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    Apple cutting supply from the San Diego company and switching to Intel effectively means there could be one iPhone model that works with all four major United States carriers - AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. Earlier, Kuo had reported that Apple was going to improve LTE transmission speeds on iPhones by supporting 4×4 MIMO chipsets. In fact, the iPhone X sports Qualcomm Snapdragon X16 modem.
  • Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong released from jail

    Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong released from jail

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    The executive - heir to the Samsung chaebol - was found guilty of bribery and embezzlement in a case that brought down South Korean president Park Geun-hye a year ago. "We have a new president in office, but the "Republic of Samsung" lives on", said Kwon Young-june, a professor who researches corporate governance at Seoul's Kyung Hee University.