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Netflix Post Technology Alliance helps creators choose the best tools

Netflix has announced a new program that will apply a logo to products that meet the company’s delivery and technical specs. Called the Netflix Post Technology Alliance, the new logo program is intended to help content creators choose the tools that best enable them to create videos for the service

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Gboard glide typing issue gets very simple bug fix

Yesterday, complaints from Android users surfaced citing trouble glide typing with Google’s Gboard mobile keyboard. Glide typing, of course, is the action of swiping one’s finger across the letters on the keyboard rather than tapping them

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Ice age wolf pup found preserved in melting Canadian permafrost

Melting permafrost around the world continues to reveal surprises and treasures, the most recent of which is the incredibly well-preserved remains of an ice age wolf pup. The specimen was found in 2016 in Canada’s Yukon territory, it also joined by the mummified remains of a caribou calf. Researchers estimate that both specimens are more than 50,000 years old.

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Fortnite Fall Skirmish starts September 21: everything you need to know

Earlier this week, Epic Games announced that it would be launching a Fortnite Fall Skirmish event, though it didn’t have too many details at the time. We knew the event would kick off soon, but now we finally have a specific date: next Friday, September 21

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NVIDIA Scanner: RTX GPU Overclock in one click

NVIDIA revealed a new bit of software this week in an API for their graphics cards called NVIDIA Scanner.

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BPA-free plastic doubts raise new health concerns

BPA-free plastic may not be the health safeguard it was once believed to be, with new research indicating the risks involved in plastic bottles and food containers could be just as high as the BPA it replaced. The early study has suggested that – in mice at least – chemicals in BPA-free plastics could trigger reproductive problems.

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Popcornphone F1 first impressions: We go macro

The Pocophone F1 (aka POCO F1) from Poco by Xiaomi is a lightning bolt that’s shook the lower-end smartphone market worldwide. This device was launched to do battle with brands like OnePlus in India, but with the specifications and price this device is paired with, it’s not difficult to see why it’s made headlines.

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Researchers create flying robot that mimics insect flight

Anyone who has ever tried to smack a fly that was annoying them knows how fast the little bugs can move and how agile they are. Scientists have been trying to create robots that can fly like insects and birds for a long time. A new flying robot has been created by researchers at TU Delft from the Micro Air … Continue reading

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Porsche now holds the reins for Audi, Lamborghini, Bentley, and Bugatti

The VW Group has inside its luxury and sports car division some of the most famous marques in the automotive industry.

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Kano Computer Kit Touch lets kids build their own tablets

Some will argue that tablets are dead but the likes of the iPads, Surface Gos, and convertibles prove otherwise.

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