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What to expect from the PlayStation 5

What to expect from the PlayStation 5

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It’s that time again in the console generation. Your games look better than ever, but you’re starting to notice stutters and glitches a little more frequently, and you’re wondering when the console that’s sat under your TV for the past five years might benefit from an upgrade. When can we expect a new PlayStation or […]

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This origami-like strip of paper helped diagnose malaria in Uganda

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A cheap, origami-like strip of paper accurately detected malaria in 98 percent of cases in a test group of schoolchildren in Uganda. Though paper sensors are nothing new — the most famous examples include some home pregnancy tests — the results from this trial show that such sensors can be promising for helping diagnose disease […]

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Instagram posts land former Trump confidant into deeper legal trouble

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Last night, former Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone posted an image on Instagram of the federal judge presiding over his case that displayed a crosshairs logo in the background near her head. Now, that same judge is calling for Stone to explain the posts in court this week. The original post with the crosshairs near […]

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SoundCloud now helps artists self-distribute music to Spotify and other streaming platforms

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SoundCloud announced today that it is adding distribution to its self-monetization Premier program. Those who are eligible in the open beta will now be able to self-upload, monetize, and publish their songs to other streaming platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, and Pandora for no additional cost — all from within SoundCloud. Notably, SoundCloud says […]

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Varjo’s super high-resolution VR headset promises virtual worlds that actually look real

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Most virtual reality headset screens are still sort of blurry, but Finnish company Varjo has an unusual approach to changing that. Its industrial VR-1 headset, which is shipping today, combines a super high-resolution center panel with an ordinary screen for peripheral vision. It’s supposed to deliver images that look almost real, albeit with some compromises […]

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Alldocube X Android Tablet Quick Look: Low-Cost OLED

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Back in August we first talked about the Alldocube X tablet, launching with Android 8.1. The company sent us one to check out, so I’ve run some tests on it to kick the tires a bit. This isn’t going to be a full review, but some first impressions along with some performance levels. The Android […]

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The Litho controller is sci-fi jewelry for your iPhone’s AR apps

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The Litho looks like a set of miniature sci-fi brass knuckles, but it’s actually a motion controller that’s going on sale today for developers, with the goal of launching for everyone by the end of the year. Developed by a three-person team in the UK, the Litho fits around the first two fingers of your […]

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Israeli spacecraft poised to become first privately funded lander on the Moon

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Samsung to Cease Selling Blu-ray Players in the US

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Surprisingly for the electronics titan, Samsung has not released any new Blu-ray or Ultra HD Blu-ray players for the US market since 2017. And now in 2019 it looks like their development of Blu-ray players has ceased entirely, as the company recently confirmed that it has no plans to release any new Blu-ray players. Sales […]

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Leica Q2 leaks out ahead of rumored March announcement

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It’s been nearly four years since Leica released the original Leica Q, and now it looks like its successor, the Leica Q2, has leaked out ahead of a rumored March 6th announcement, via Nokishita. Assuming the leaked pictures are accurate, the Q2 will retain largely the same design as the original Q, with a few […]

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