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Ryan Reynolds is going full Deadpool with his Detective Pikachu marketing

Ryan Reynolds is going full Deadpool with his Detective Pikachu marketing

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We’re getting to a point, as a culture, where we can predict a few things with absolute certainty. Disney will milk every possible cent out of its animated library with live-action cash-ins. The Oscars will be divisive. And ads for Ryan Reynolds projects will have a certain wide-eyed, tongue-in-cheek self-importance that’s both ridiculous and refreshing. […]

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Flaws in 4G and 5G can lead to spying on location and calls, researchers find

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A group of security researchers has revealed that newly discovered flaws in networks could let hackers eavesdrop on calls or track a phone owner’s location. Worse, the problems extend beyond just the widely used 4G, and into the next-generation 5G. TechCrunch first reported on the researchers’ paper, which is set to be presented at a […]

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BlackBerry Acquires Cylance, Gets AI & ML Security Technology

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BlackBerry Limited has announced that it had completed acquisition of Cylance, a company developing machine learning and artificial intelligence-based security technology. The move adds valuable IP and technologies to BlackBerry’s vast portfolio of security solutions for the connected world. Cylance reports that it uses sophisticated AI and ML algorithms to predict, detect, and prevent, known […]

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Samsung’s Galaxy Watch is supposed to measure blood pressure — but how accurate will it be?

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The device could be extremely helpful for doctors and patients, but we need to see the data and testing first. Continue reading…

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ZTE’s first 5G phone is the Axon 10 Pro 5G

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At MWC 2019, 5G phones are starting to make their first real-life appearances, and ZTE is the latest company to throw its hat in the ring with the announcement of the Axon 10 Pro 5G, set to release later this year in China and Europe. No price or release date, of course Next-gen network aside, […]

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The political winds in Chicago are blowing against Elon Musk’s high-speed tunnel project

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Politics, red tape, and scandal threaten to derail Musk’s promise of 150 mph transit system Continue reading…

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OnePlus 5G Prototype: Living Large

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Here at Mobile World Congress, a number of companies are showing off 5G-enabled smartphones or prototypes. We’ve seen devices from most of the top smartphone global manufacturers, and despite suggesting they won’t show anything new here at Mobile World Congress a few weeks ago, Oneplus showcased its 5G prototype. The company has announced that it […]

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Locast review: free local programming with a catch

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If you’re one of the many people who have cut the cord and moved from cable to streaming TV, you’ve probably lost access to most, or all, of your local stations. And your options (unless you want to reattach that cable box) are limited. You can buy a separate antenna in order to access these […]

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A closer look at Microsoft’s new Kinect sensor

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Microsoft resurrected Kinect yesterday during the company’s HoloLens 2 press event at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The software giant has shrunk Kinect into a $399 PC peripheral that can be used as a sensor in similar ways to how developers used Kinect for Windows or even the original Xbox 360 Kinect. Microsoft has designed […]

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Samsung announces two new mid-range Galaxy A phones with a focus on cameras

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Samsung has announced two new mid-range Galaxy A Series phones, the A30 and A50. The phones were first spotted on the Samsung India website, and there appear to be invites sent out for a press event in Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Kolkata on February 28th. It’s a push by Samsung against the market share its lost […]

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