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Microsoft Translator AI powers now work offline on mobile

AI, especially on our smartphones, is great and all but they have one somewhat worrying requirement. It requires devices to be online in order to send data to remote servers for processing

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TESS planet-hunting satellite launched aboard SpaceX Falcon 9

There are millions if not billions of planets in the known universe but we know very little about them. Thwarted by distance and technology, the best we could do is set up and train our best and brightest eyes on the sky to catch a glimpse and a clue of their nature and composition

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Intel is quitting the smart glasses game, Vaunt canceled

While primarily a silicon maker, Intel has tried its hand at anything and everything that could have a processor inside, from smartphones to smartwatches to smart glasses. Very few of those, however, have yielded any promising fruit.

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NASA Orion crew capsule will have special 3D printed parts

NASA’s Orion crew capsule will feature special 3D-printed parts, according to the space agency. The printing technology will be used for more than 100 components, each made out of a special new material capable of handling the extremes of deep space

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Fortnite’s guided missile has been removed from the game

Now that Fortnite has found its (massive) audience, Epic has the task of keeping that audience interested. One of the best ways to do this is by regularly adding new weapons and items to the game, but every once in a while, a weapon that’s just a little bit too powerful makes it through the cracks.

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New Xbox Avatar Editor app incoming (closer this time)

Today we’re having a peek at some leaked images and video of the next Xbox Avatar Editor. This is the place where users are able to roll with whatever human body, body parts, clothing, and accessories they wish. The differences between the avatar editors of olde and this next-gen editor are few, but important

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Volocopter debuts air taxi infrastructure for cities

Volocopter has been working to bring air taxi services to the masses for a while now. It has now unveiled its air taxi infrastructure for cities that is meant to integrate air taxis into existing transportation systems. Volocopter says that its infrastructure could support mobility for up to another 10,000 passengers daily with a single point to point connection.

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Huawei could be quitting US market after all

Never say never, some advice, and that actually goes both ways. Huawei recently said that it isn’t giving up on the US market just yet, despite mounting government pressure and withholding its latest and greatest flagship, the Huawei P20. Now, however, sources indicate that the Chinese OEM, now the third largest smartphone maker globally, might actually make a U-turn

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 may replace campaign with battle royale mode

The battle royale genre made popular by PUBG and Fortnite may make its way to the Call of Duty franchise with the upcoming launch of Black Ops 4. Multiple sources have surfaced this week claiming the latest COD game won’t include the traditional single-player campaign found in past installments, instead featuring a battle royale mode of its own. The first … Continue reading

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GOG’s Most Wanted sale discounts some excellent PC games

While Steam gets most of the attention when it comes to big PC gaming sales, the folks over at GOG know how to put together a good bunch of deals too. Today, GOG kicked off its “Most Wanted Games Sale,” which discounts the most wishlisted games from its users. It’s definitely a good idea to check this sale out, then, … Continue reading

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