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NOAA says new weather satellite imager tool isn’t working correctly

NOAA has revealed that the Advanced Baseline Imager instrument on a newly launched satellite has been experiencing an issue that they’ve narrowed down to a cooling problem. The issue impacts GOES-17, a satellite launched on March 1, and is an unfortunate turn of events.

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ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ gaming monitor is DisplayHDR 1000 certified

ASUS Republic of Gamers has announced ROG Swift PG27UQ, a gaming monitor featuring NVIDIA G-SYNC HDR, a 144Hz refresh rate, and more.

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Stunning Ferrari SP38 is a One-Off reimagining of the F40

A new Ferrari is always something special, but a new one-off Ferrari is even more noteworthy. Imagine our collective glee, therefore, at the sight of the Ferrari SP38, the latest example of the expert handiwork at the automaker’s One-Off program. Launched in 2007 as the Special Projects program – hence the “SP” prefix to the cars’ name – it was … Continue reading

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Electronic Arts acquires GameFly’s cloud streaming tech

Electronic Arts made a rather surprising announcement today, revealing that it has acquired GameFly’s cloud gaming assets and its personnel. We have, of course, heard a lot of talk about game streaming in recent years, with many big players in the games industry either considering a streaming service of their own or already trying their hand at it. It looks … Continue reading

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Vivo Apex and its sliding selfie camera coming to market after all

Some product concepts remain just that. Others, however, gain so much interest that, despite saying one thing, a company decides to do the other thing anyway. Vivo initially insisted that its Apex prototype phone would simply be a concept and wasn’t exactly going to be sold in the market.

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Legrand Radiant wall plate has a vertical Qi wireless charger

Although not exactly talked about as much, wireless charging is slowly starting to be a common feature in high-end smartphones (unless you ask OnePlus). Apple’s addition of the capability in its latest iPhones is practically a seal of approval for the technology. Wireless chargers, however, have their drawbacks, specifically in the limited positions you can charge a phone

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Dropbox mobile apps get better file activity tracking and sharing tools

Dropbox has updated its Android and iOS apps with new features that help users stay up to date with their files while better managing content, previewing documents, simplified file commenting, and more.

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Google Photos will soon let you star and heart favorite images

Google is pushing out an update to Google Photos that helps users identify their favorite images, helping locate them among the mass of hundreds or thousands of images captured with their smartphone. The new feature, once it arrives for everyone, lets users put a “star” on images they like the most, an icon that automatically earmarks them for the Favorites … Continue reading

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Everything Razer announced today: Razer Core X, Blade 2018

This morning Razer revealed two major upgrades for two major products: the 2018 Razer Blade (15.6-inch) and the new Razer Core X. They also announced a few accessories that work between the two major products.

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Twitter opts for its own emoji to ease frustration for Android users

Twitter users on Android might be a little less frustrated that they can't see every emoji if they can't (or won't) upgrade to Android Oreo. That's because Twitter has dropped Android's native emoji and is using its own, open-source Twemoji to displa...

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