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New Second Generation Snapchat Spectacles In The Works


Unlike Google Glass, Snap's Spectacles appear to be slightly more well-received, at least by the general public who haven't reacted quite so violently to the idea of that someone could be recording them without their knowledge. The spectacles are now on sale online in the United States, and has also recently been made available in Europe but not many places elsewhere. The second-generation project is closely guarded inside the company - to the point that few of Snap's 1,800 staff are ... Read More »

Sony unveils new 'Spider-man' game at E3 expo


Given the fact that Sony's E3 conference is coming up this evening, however, it's an interesting turn of events. In terms of new titles announced , Capcom revealed that Monster Hunter Worlds is coming to PS4. Call of Duty: WWII releases on PlayStation 4 on November 3rd. Two Spider-Mans? What's going on, here? So for right now, it looks like Miles is none other than yet another reason for Spider-Man fans everywhere to get excited about what Marvel and Insomniac Games are cooking up ... Read More »

E3 2017: Sony's PlayLink Is a Collection of Socially-Focused Games


Sony's new " PlayLink " series has been announced with two trailers, the first of which, somewhat improbably, has players tasked with drawing over the top of photos of each other and none of them drawing dicks. The developers will now be able to create their games involving collective decision making between players, as well as integrate private information, into the game as it now has a mobile component. Read More »

What Apple is really doing in the car space

But Apple executives had been coy about their interest in the vehicles. But the CEO declined to say whether Apple wanted to build its own vehicle in future. Public attitudes to robotic advances in medicine, transport and the home polled ahead of first ever UK Robotics Week - 25th June to 1st July 2016 More than a quarter of UK adults polled in the UK Robotics Week survey believe that the biggest benefit of driverless cars will be fewer road... Read More »

Steep's First Olympics Themed Expansion Revealed At E3 2017


Go solo or drop in side by side with other players. The mountain is yours to explore. It's been a year since Steep was shown at E3, and the game was released December. "Live the athlete's journey to the Pyeong Chang 2018 Winter Olympics (South Korea)". Players can expect to get their hands on Steep's Road to the Olympics expansion on December 5. Read More »

Logitech Powerplay blurs the line between wired and wireless


Logitech , however, could have revealed the flawless solution at E3: the PowerPlay mouse pad, a mat that constantly charges compatible wireless mice. After more than four years of R&D, Logitech G, a brand of Logitech, (SIX:LOGN) (NASDAQ:LOGI) today announced the launch of two technologies that make the dream of high performance wireless gaming a reality. Read More »

IOS 11 removes support for 32-bit apps, renders legacy iDevices obsolete


The company announced iOS 11 at an event on Tuesday, and confirmed that older iPhones and iPads would not be supported. When news reported on the expected change earlier this year, a number of readers expressed disappointment saying they preferred the more compact size of the old device, which is notably smaller than its successors. Read More »

Sony Drops New Days Gone Trailer

Days Gone was unveiled by Sony with a good amount of fanfare last year's E3, and the company gave it another spotlight showing at their E3 2017 press conference . Days Gone is shaping up to be an absolute thrill ride, and we're looking forward to learning more about it. If you haven't bought a PS4 yet, then we feel bad for you. Read More »

OnePlus 2 will not get Android Nougat


The company already confirmed the phone will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 platform, and that it partnered with DxOMark for the main camera . We can expect the same quality in a thinner device. OnePlus is reported to add dual-camera setup on its flagship device but the bone of contention lies in the placement of the cameras. Read More »

Dubuque receives EPA grant to clean up former junkyard


Depending on the level of that contamination, these sites can often prove cost-prohibitive to local redevelopment efforts, contributing to property devaluation and stagnant economic conditions in the communities that surround them. The agenda, he said, refocuses the EPA on its intended mission, "returning power to the states, and creating an environment where jobs can grow". Niagara County maintains a list 338 brownfield sites now. Read More »

Apple Unveils the HomePod

The seven-inch tall device works with Apple Music and has seven small "tweeter" speakers arranged in a ring around the bottom of the unit and a large 4-inch woofer in the middle. The smart features and Siri integration nearly felt like an afterthought, but they're definitely worth mentioning. What do you think needs to be done with Apple Siri? 'You should be able to tell Alexa, "ask Siri X,"' he said. Read More »

Apple's iOS Update To Include 'Do Not Disturb While Driving' Feature

Apple has finally added support for optical image stabilisation along with HDR for portrait mode (on compatible devices only). Live Photos will be editable, and you'll be able to trim the video loops. It comes with comparatively about double memory storage. It is the problem in that most people use their iPads to consume media, from apps to web browsing and email, and their current device is perfectly fine. Read More »

Logitech Circle 2 Home Security Camera Works Indoors And Outdoors


Both of the cameras are weather-proof and can be placed outside. It's also modular, created to fit into either an AC- or rechargeable battery-powered enclosure, sold in two different packages ($179.99 for the wired version, $199.99 for the battery), each with a bundled wall mount kit that doubles as a desktop base, starting the first week of July. Read More »

Days Gone Gameplay Trailer Revealed at Sony E3 2017 Event

On Monday night we got yet another, longer look at what we can expect when this Sony exclusive finally does launch. You can check out the new Days Gone gameplay walkthrough, above. Of course, all threats pale in comparison to the zombified grizzly bear we see at the end of the footage. We still do not have a release date for Days Gone , which means it is probably still far away. Read More »

Waymo drops tiny self-driving cars for minivans


But after four years, Google has chose to retire its pod-like vehicles in favour of more conventional vehicles. For anyone getting nostalgic for a vintage self-driving auto, you'll be able to see a Firefly in the flesh at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA and the Design Museum in London. Read More »

India pricing for new Apple iPad Pro and Mac lineup revealed

Apple showed off the line: 21.5-inch iMacs start at $1,099 (roughly converting to £850 and AU$1,470). The display resolutions on the all-in-ones are staying the same, but the underlying technology is getting a boost to provide 500 nits of brightness, which should lead to a 43 percent increase in brightness over the older models. Read More »

Xiaomi updates the Mi Notebook Air with Kaby Lake processor, fingerprint sensor


Screen new Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air has not changed and keeps the same Full HD resolution as before, only now the image on it displays a more powerful 940 GeForce MX NVIDIA, so you can run some toys. Xiaomi is offering two variants of the 13.3-inch Mi Notebook Air - a high-end version with a seventh-gen Kaby Lake Core i7-7500U processor clocked at 3.5GHz, and a model with a 3.1GHz Core i5-7200U CPU. Read More »

EU ready to start Brexit talks, says Angela Merkel


The potential delay raises concerns as the parties must reach an agreement no later than March of 2019 if the United Kingdom is to avoid crashing out of the bloc without a deal. In the wake of last year's Brexit referendum, called and lost by Prime Minister David Cameron, Britain's Conservative party took a long time to reorganize itself before it finally triggered the Brexit negotiations on March 29. Read More »

It's Jeff Sessions' turn in the hot seat


Last week, Comey raised additional questions about Sessions' involvement, saying the FBI knew of reasons why it would be problematic for the attorney general to stay involved in the Russian Federation investigation well before Sessions recused himself in March. Read More »

Make your own apps for iOS 11 with this comprehensive training bundle


Furthermore, the display now comes with ProMotion technology that delivers refresh rates up to 120Hz. On top of the sleeve, there is a holder to store your Apple Pencil . The beta stage allows Apple to track and collect information on bugs and crash issues, which might have an impact on performance. Multitasking is going to be even more efficient with the new Apple OS. Read More »

'Bake in Space' Experiment Aims to Make Crumb-Free Bread on ISS


A team of researchers have chose to "bake were nobody baked before". The researchers have revealed that nailing the texture of the bread dough is of the ultimate importance, because crumb-less bread is usually heavier. He considers that, as space tourism will be taking off, people will start spending more time outside the planet. Sometime in 2018, a microgravity oven is slated for launch to the International Space Station where it will bake the first space-grade bread in history. Read More »

Forzo Motorsport 7 has Puddles that Grow and Cars that Rattle

Dan Greenwalt presented a first-look trailer for Forza Motorsport 7 at their 2017 E3 press conference, along with a stunning Porsche 911 GT2RS. We've known about the GT2 RS for a while now . Not that there's much sensible about that, if a recent run in the previous 997 GT2 RS at Knockhill was anything to go by. However Porsche confirmed this will be the most powerful 911 to ever reach the production level. Read More »