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Amazon picker robots tipped to do heavy lifting in warehouses

Amazon is developing robots that can pick items from inventory in fulfillment centers, according to a new report. These robots will allegedly perform the same job as human “pickers,” retrieving items ordered by customers and moving them to packaging for shipment. The report indicates these robots may eventually replace many human warehouse workers

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Pixel Camera app gets external mic support alongside Pixel 3 launch

Google’s new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL devices were revealed earlier this week, and to almost no surprise the phones are ready to hold their title as having some of the best cameras around. One of the key reasons for this is that the Pixel doesn’t just rely on optics hardware, but also uses advanced software in the custom … Continue reading

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Blizzard clarifies Diablo leak, says ‘Reign of Terror’ is not a thing

Blizzard fans, specifically Diablo players, had a lot to be excited about over the last day, as several new items listed on the developer’s online store featured the name “Diablo Reign of Terror.” These were at first believed to have been revealed a bit early, and considered leaks of an announcement to come at this year’s BlizzCon event. Blizzard has … Continue reading

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Opportunity rover remains silent, but a windy season may change that

NASA says it still hasn’t managed to communicate with Opportunity, the rover that fell silent after being caught in a global dust storm on Mars. Though the storm has passed and sunlight is once again present, Opportunity hasn’t managed to communicate with its team on Earth. NASA speculates dust on the solar panels may be the issue and says an … Continue reading

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NASA says another space telescope has entered safe mode

Shortly after its announcement regarding Hubble, NASA has revealed that another of its space telescopes has entered safe mode. The reason may be the same that has impacted Hubble: a gyroscope failure. The Chandra X-ray Observatory automatically put itself in safe mode this past Wednesday, with NASA confirming the news today.

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1Password adds macOS Mojave dark mode but loses a key feature

With macOS Mojave landing at the end of last month, a lot of developers are looking to update their apps to take advantage of the operating system’s new features. 1Password has done just that for its password manager, pushing version 7.2 to Mac this week

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Mazda updates CX-5 in Japan with G-Vectoring Control Plus for better vehicle handling

Mazda has announced that it is rolling out a new feature to improve vehicle handling called G-Vectoring Control Plus (GVC Plus). The new feature will land first on the updated CX-5 crossover in Japan.

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Facebook launches 3D Photos for iPhone Portrait mode images

Facebook has launched 3D photos, a tool that uses artificial intelligence to add a 3D effect to images. The feature requires the user to take images with a dual-lens iPhone camera, which captures depth information

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Waymo talks about its next 10 million miles

Waymo has announced that its self-driving vehicles have eclipsed 10 million miles combined. That huge number of autonomous miles were driven in 25 cities across the US including locations in California, Arizona, and Michigan. The roads included high-speed roads near Phoenix and the urban streets of San Francisco

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Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop gets new Base, Limited models

The market’s smallest 15.6-inch gaming laptop just got fraternal twin siblings. In addition to its second generation gaming smartphone, Razer is also announcing the expansion of its Blade 15 line.

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