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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate played and partly won using bananas

ATwerkingYoshi is going bananas. And quite literally too. When Super Smash Bros

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Google Photos ends unlimited free storage for unsupported videos

Google switched things up back in 2015, offering unlimited free image and video storage on Google Photos at relatively high resolutions, but now the company is back with a small change. Going forward, Google Photos will still offer unlimited free image and video storage…except for video formats that it doesn’t support. Google had announced the unlimited free Photos storage back … Continue reading

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The Skydio self-flying drone just got a huge camera AI upgrade

Skydio’s AI-powered drone is getting even more intelligent, with the self-flying camera now able to handle navigating across large bodies of water, as well as creating Hyperlapse videos.

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LG HomeBrew capsule-based system to make beer lovers’ dreams come true

Capsule-based coffee systems like the Nespresso have made special brews and flavors more easily available without getting large, expensive machines. There are some variants of that system for sodas but sadly not for beer. That will all change next year because LG, of all companies is coming out with one at CES 2019

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NASA shares first ever recording of Mars wind courtesy of InSight

Humanity has been provided with a recording of winds on Mars for the first time ever thanks to NASA’s newly deployed InSight rover. The vehicle arrived on Mars in November, successfully landing after months of travel to the Red Planet. NASA shared two copies of the wind recording, one as it was captured and another adjusted for playback on phones … Continue reading

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Full-body Galaxy S10 leaks show multiple phones

Over the course of the last couple of days, the Samsung Galaxy S10, the Galaxy S10 Plus, and the Galaxy S10 Lite were leaked. This is a sort of big deal for Samsung, who have a number of phones scheduled for release in 2019 – but no single reveal quite so important as the Galaxy S10. Over the past week, … Continue reading

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Apple’s Beddit updates sleep tracking system with Sleep Monitor 3.5

Apple’s Beddit has introduced an updated version of its sleep monitoring device, one featuring a sleeker, cleaner design.

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LEGO AR Playgrounds is an iOS portal to mixed reality experiments

LEGO has launched a new augmented reality portal called LEGO AR Playgrounds, an app through which kids can access “mixed reality experiments” from the company. The portal is only available on iOS at this time, leveraging LEGO’s blocky world and combining it with AR tech to slot virtual worlds into the real world.

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iOS 12.1.1 fixes FaceTime’s biggest frustration

Apple giveth and Apple taketh away. Fortunately, Apple can also giveth back

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Huawei StorySign uses AI to translate kids books into sign language

Huawei has unveiled StorySign, a new free product that uses artificial intelligence to help kids who are deaf or hard of hearing learn to read. The app utilizes a smartphone’s camera to follow along with the text on a storybook page, presenting an animated character who translates the words into sign language. The app is powered by Huawei AI

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