• Samsung Unveils

    Samsung Unveils "The Wall", the World's First Modular MicroLED 146-inch TV

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    It is a self-emitting TC micrometre (µm) scale LEDs - which are much smaller than current LEDs, and serve as their own source of light. "Also, the MicroLED screen excels in durability and effectiveness, including luminous efficiency, the light source lifetime and power consumption, setting the standard for future screen technology", Samsung explains on its website.
  • HP laptop batteries overheating leads to recall

    HP laptop batteries overheating leads to recall

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    For more information, call HP toll-free at 888-202-4320 from 8 a.m.to 7 p.m. CT Monday through Friday or go online at www.HP.com/go/batteryprogram2018 or www.hp.com and click "Recalls". "'During the reboot process, an option will be presented to enable Battery Safety Mode". Naturally, none of this will come at any cost to the customer, except for the inconvenience of temporarily having your battery disabled.
  • Amazon gives Alexa more cooking chops, invests in June Oven

    Amazon gives Alexa more cooking chops, invests in June Oven

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    As such the company is already offering its Echo lineup in different form factors. However, Alexa's smart abilities can not used for existing ovens. The tools are available from Amazon for developers now, but we'll still have to wait a while to see compatible appliances. " Whirlpool has created an Alexa skill leveraging these new cooking capabilities in the Smart Home Skill API for its connected microwaves and expects to launch it soon".
  • Italian company 'Steve Jobs' wins battle with Apple to use name

    Italian company 'Steve Jobs' wins battle with Apple to use name

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    The company was founded by Vincenzo and Giacomo Barbato and they've been battling for the right to use Steve Jobs as a business name. La Repubblica Napoli reports that the brother realised Apple had failed to trademark its founder's name, Steve Jobs, and decided to make use of the opportunity.
  • Amazon Acquires Blink, a Connected Camera Maker

    Amazon Acquires Blink, a Connected Camera Maker

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    Home security provider Blink earlier this week announced a new wireless doorbell that'll debut at CES next month. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Amazon recently announced a delivery service that allows someone to walk into your home to drop off a package. Blink, for its part, said in a statement on its site that nothing is changing about the company's day-to-day operations, although it's likely that state of affairs won't last much longer.
  • BJP created 'so-called' 2G scam out of fear: Congress

    BJP created 'so-called' 2G scam out of fear: Congress

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    On Thursday, a special CBI court said investigators had failed to prove allegations that 2G or second generation spectrum was allocated out-of-turn at cheaper rates in exchange for bribes when the Congress was in power and DMK's A Raja was telecom minister.
  • Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) and Galaxy A8+ (2018) Price Details Now Public

    Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) and Galaxy A8+ (2018) Price Details Now Public

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    The 3GB RAM/32GB inbuilt stockpiling variation of the Galaxy J7 Nxt has been recorded as "Sold Out" on Samsung Shop with a sticker price of Rs. 12,990. At the rear, there is a 16MP selfie camera with a wider f/1.7 aperture. The onboard storage can be further expanded up to 356GB with an external memory card.
  • Apple's iPhone Slow Down Got The Company Slapped With A Huge Lawsuit

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    The feature, which slows performance to demand less power, has been extended to iPhone 7 handsets with the latest iOS operating software and will be added to other Apple products "in the future", the spokesperson said. Once word of Poole's test results began to spread, Apple was effectively forced to issue a statement on the matter. People anxious about performance could replace batteries , which Apple does for free for iPhones covered by warranty or for $79 if that is not the case.
  • Magic Leap shows off AR headset that ships in 2018

    Magic Leap shows off AR headset that ships in 2018

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    For comfort, the headset features a forehead pad, nose pieces, and temple pads. After a really long time of waiting, Magic Leap surprised their fans for christmas by unveiling its augmented reality goggles - Magic Leap One . "Magic Leap's Lightwear doesn't offer you a field of view that matches your eyes". That injection should value the company at about $6 billion, people familiar with the situation said in September, and brings the total amount raised to $1.8 billion.
  • Facebook can now find your face, even when it's not tagged

    Facebook can now find your face, even when it's not tagged

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    Facebook is also adding a new overarching photo and video facial recognition opt out privacy setting that will delete its face template of you and deactivate the new Photo Review feature as well as the old Tag Suggestions that used facial recognition to speed up tagging when friends posted a photo of you.
  • Republican US Senator John McCain leaves Washington before expected tax vote

    Republican US Senator John McCain leaves Washington before expected tax vote

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    But his ability to get on a plane to Arizona was a "good sign", a source said. McCain announced he had brain cancer in July shortly before casting the deciding vote against Republican efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Now in his sixth Senate term, McCain underwent surgery in mid-July to remove a 2-inch blood clot in his brain after being diagnosed with glioblastoma.
  • Vikings-Bengals game pits Zimmer v. ex-boss

    Vikings-Bengals game pits Zimmer v. ex-boss

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    Bengals have lost 7 straight wild-card games. Teddy Bridgewater made a cross sign, exchanged handshakes with several teammates and stepped into a game for the first time since August 28, 2016, to roars so loud the quarterback had to cup his hands over his ears to hear the play call in his helmet.
  • How to Use Instagram's Newest Feature to Find Photos You'll Love

    How to Use Instagram's Newest Feature to Find Photos You'll Love

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    The service now lets users follow hashtags just like regular user accounts, and that's quite a big deal. Ogle wants to bring the same touch to Instagram's hashtags. You can also view the hashtags that other users follow. "Follow hashtag is the beginning of our efforts to continue to provide features that enable you to find and gain inspiration from the Instagram community", Instagram said.
  • Samsung Notebook 9 Pen, Notebook 9 (2018) Laptops Announced

    Samsung Notebook 9 Pen, Notebook 9 (2018) Laptops Announced

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    Removing the stylus activates Air Command menu through which users can quickly access Autodesk Sketchook, Samsung Notes and S Pen shortcuts. With Intel's latest eighth-generation processor, the 2018 edition will offer up to a 40 percent speed boost over the previous seventh-generation chips.
  • Google launches a AI Center in China

    Google launches a AI Center in China

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    Google's search engine is banned in the Chinese market along with its app store, email and cloud storage services. Its acceptance of Google's AI research hub plans shows a desire to grasp the company's technological prowess, seen as the most advanced in the world.
  • Google's Pixel AR stickers are available starting today

    Google's Pixel AR stickers are available starting today

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    You can also resize stickers with a pinch-to-zoom gesture. Here we have added two YouTube videos, one is present above this text, and one is now below this passage which shows that how these stickers can be used and how they look with the actual image captured by a camera.
  • Apple has bought over Shazam

    Apple has bought over Shazam

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    At its heart, Shazam has experience and assets in a few key areas: Music recognition, specifically algorithms to match snippets of songs; Video recognition, since Shazam can also match clips of TV shows and movies; A considerable and well-indexed database of media to match snippets to; And an incredibly popular app that sends millions of customers a month to streaming services.
  • Google Home Syncs Your Smart Home Gadgets With One Phrase

    Google Home Syncs Your Smart Home Gadgets With One Phrase

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    The app will scan for Google Home devices, tap Next when it finds the Google Home Max and it will connect your phone with the speaker . Google is now offering a range of smart speakers. With Google Assistant also built-in and streaming services a voice command away, it'll be one to look out for if you're serious about sound - but you'll need to be in the United States to get it, which means we'll have to wait for it to hit United Kingdom shores.
  • Soul Calibur VI announced during The Game Awards 2017

    Soul Calibur VI announced during The Game Awards 2017

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    The trailer for Soul Calibur VI was short but sweet. In the brief trailer, we get to take a look at some of the environment with its fighting stage, with a short sight sequence featuring Mitsurugi engaging in battle with Sophitia. The game does introduce one major new mechanic to the series though: the Reversal Edge . Other details outlined by Bandai Namco include a new move called Reversal Edge which lets players counter their opponents in a clash-for-clash attack.
  • Amazon Prime Video Finally Available on Apple TV

    Amazon Prime Video Finally Available on Apple TV

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    Amazon even released an app for the third-generation Apple TV , which was discontinued past year. Aside from that, the Apple TV app also now supports live sports coverage from ESPN and National Basketball Association with partnership from the National Basketball Association and Turner Sports.
  • Storm Caroline to hit Britain this week, expect high winds and snow

    Storm Caroline to hit Britain this week, expect high winds and snow

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    Yellow "be aware" alerts have been put on place from 8am on Thursday until 6pm on Saturday with severe weather expected to cause widespread transport disruption. As the storm moved away from the United Kingdom and towards Scandinavia on Friday it would be followed by cold air. Some short term loss of power and other services is possible.