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Facebook announces a new video creation app

It’s been clear for some time now that Facebook is betting heavily on video; everything from live streaming to hosting coverage of news and sporting events. But in an effort to really compete with YouTube, the social media behemoth is attempting to lure original video creators with the announcement of a new mobile app that focuses on, well, video creation.

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SpaceX nails launch & landing of a used rocket for second time

SpaceX‘s record of success continues to grow as the space company successfully launched and landed a used Falcon 9 rocket for the second time on Friday. As the second instance of reusing one of its rockets, this marks 12 completed landings out of 17 attempts for SpaceX, and the 7th successful recovery at sea, where the rocket’s first stage touches … Continue reading

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Apple’s new Chicago store has a giant MacBook on top

Apple has a new flagship retail store currently under construction in the city of Chicago, and as you’d expect from the company’s other flashy stores from the last few years, it features an impressive, striking design. But new footage from the building process has revealed that the store’s roof has its own interesting design element: it strongly resembles a giant … Continue reading

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Scientists say another Earth-like planet may be hiding in our solar system

As if the so-called ‘Planet 9’ wasn’t interesting enough, researchers with the University of Arizona have detailed a newly discovered ‘planetary mass object’ that could prove to be a Planet 10. This object is said to be in the fringes of our own solar system, and all signs point toward it being a yet-undiscovered planet. If it is, researchers estimate … Continue reading

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YouTube TV will soon launch in these ten new markets

YouTube‘s relatively new live television service YouTube TV launched in a limited number of markets, and while it still isn’t available for everyone, Google says it’ll soon be available in ten new markets. It hasn’t actually launched in all of these markets yet, so you’ll still need to sign up on the service’s website where you’ll find out whether your … Continue reading

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Steam VR “Knuckles” controller has a lot of capacitive sensors

One of the remaining problems with VR, AR, and MR platforms is input. All of them use one form of stick or another, and none of them currently emulate the feel of a hand moving and grasping in the real world. Valve, however, might be coming close to a solution without having to resort to gloves or exoskeletons.

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Samsung Galaxy Flip 2 flip phone has a keyless keypad

Smartphone trends have come and gone, form factors change from time to time. One thing that seems to refuse to die, however, is the flip phone clamshell design. Sure, it’s no longer the fashionable phone design almost a decade ago, but if you live in East Asia, they never really went away entirely

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Google Photos backup settings change has users up in arms

At Google I/O late last month, the tech giant boasted how its artificial intelligence and machine learning advancements permeates a good number of its apps and services.

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This is how Super Mario Bros. would have play in the real world

Super Mario Bros has been used, abused, and repurposed for so many things, it’s not really a surprise to hear about it being used in an augmented reality setting.

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Caltech’s camera could banish smartphone bumps for good

The powerful cameras inside our smartphones come at a price, and not just the literal one, of course. Next to the endangered 3.5 mm headphone jack, the camera is the last piece that keeps phones from becoming uniformly thin, not to mention flat.

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