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Sony Xperia 1 the world’s first 4K HDR OLED smartphone display

Sony is playing to its movie studio and mirrorless camera strengths with the launch of the Xperia 1, its new flagship phone. The 6.5-inch, 21:9 aspect ratio smartphone is the world’s first with a 4K OLED HDR display, making it ideal for both watching movies and creating them. It also packs a triple-lens camera and […]

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FDA permits artificial intelligence tool for detecting wrist fractures

The FDA has been approving its fair share of AI-powered medical technology, but its latest might be particularly helpful if you ever have a nasty fall. The agency has greenlit Imagen’s OsteoDetect, an AI-based diagnostic tool that can quickly detect distal radius wrist fractures. Its machine learning algorithm studies 2D X-rays for the telltale signs […]

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Boring Company tunnels

Elon Musk releases more details 150 MPH rides in Boring Company tunnels for $1

During an informational session with Q&A today, Elon Musk released more details about the Boring Company’s plan for its network of tunnels under Los Angeles. He envisions a “personalized mass transit” system that costs only $1 fare. Most of the presentation reiterated things that the Boring Company already made public since announcing the plans for a […]

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Call of Duty

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’ ditches campaign for battle royale

The fourth installment of Call of Duty’s Black Ops franchise has abandoned single-player in favor of a multiplayer-only focus…including a battle royale mode. Yes, the series is cashing in on the last-player-standing mode made popular by Fortnite and PUBG, but it’s also got more Zombies experiences and traditional multiplayer content. And like Destiny 2 before […]

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Intel finally makes its first 10nm Cannon Lake chips official

Intel’s transition to building processors on a 10nm manufacturing process has been delayed repeatedly. Once upon a time, the company said that it’d go into mass production at the end of 2015; with its most recent financial results, the company pushed that back, again, to 2019. But Intel has also said that, although the yields […]

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AsteroidOS is an Open source smartwatch OS you can install today

The smartwatch space has changed a lot in recent years. Pebble is dead. Fitbit makes smartwatches now (after acquiring Pebble’s assets). Google’s Android Wear is now called Wear OS since it supports iPhones as well as Android. And Apple and Samsung continue to dominate. I guess not everything has changed. But through it all, a […]

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YouTube Music

YouTube Music, a new music streaming service, is coming soon

YouTube execs have finally announced the long-awaited revamp for YouTube Music that they say will eventually replace Google Play Music. In interviews with Recode, CNET and USA Today, they revealed the new YouTube Music will soft-launch next Tuesday with a $10 subscription packages (you can sign up now for updates right here). Similar to its […]

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