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Chinese police adopt face recognition glasses

Chinese police have found a new way to keep watch over citizens. As reported by The Wall Street Journal, local police are wearing glasses equipped with face recognition cameras to detect criminals trying to escape mainly from the train stations. The technology uses a government identification database to verify each ...

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NASA to test atomic clock that can revolutionize space travel

NASA announced yesterday that it plans to start testing the DSAC (Deep Space Atomic Clock) soon. The device is nothing more than an extremely precise clock – and as bland as it may sound, it is a piece that can greatly facilitate space exploration missions in the future. Atomic clocks ...

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Update brings ‘do not disturb’ mode and other news to Xbox One

Microsoft released a major update this week for the Xbox One operating system. Among bug fixes and minor enhancements, there is also a new “do not disturb” mode and design changes to the dashboard. The Guide, that side menu that appears when you press the Xbox button on the control, ...

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Bill Gates’s plan to reinvent the toilet

The toilet is a reality in our lives, without which we, who have access to the internet to be publishing or reading this text, nor can we imagine living without. However, for many people, this reality is just a dream that could help save many lives in regions of extreme ...

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Intel releases new update to fix Specter failure on its processors

Intel has begun releasing new updates to its processors aimed at fixing the Specter flaw, released in early January by security researchers. The first chips to receive the new patch are the Skylake line. According to a post by Vice President Navin Shenoy, Intel partner vendors have begun to receive ...

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Moto Z2 Force users complain that ‘unbreakable’ screen peels over time

Having an unbreakable screen is a cool feature for a cell phone, which makes the Moto Z2 Force a device unlike anything on the market. However, this feature is not very useful if the display’s unbreakable layer peels off after a few months of use, as several users report. The ...

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SpaceX recovers parts of the rocket launched to Mars, misses target and changes plans

SpaceX made history yesterday, successfully launching the Falcon Heavy rocket that may one day be the vehicle that will take the first humans to Mars. So far, almost everything has gone well in the mission: the rocket has already passed the most difficult part of the journey and released the ...

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Telegram for Android now plays videos as they are downloaded

Telegram for Android has gained a new feature that will greatly help watch videos sent by the messaging application: it has streaming support, which means the video starts playing while it’s being downloaded. It’s how YouTube works: when the user gives play, the video starts playing even if it has ...

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France bans use of cell phones in cars, even stopped

A French court last week banned the use of cell phones in cars, even if they were stopped with the warning flash on. In the court’s opinion, the only time a driver can use his cell phone inside his car is when he is parked at an allowed location, such ...

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Scientists find early evidence of planets outside the Milky Way

All the hundreds of thousands of planets cataloged by astronomers around the world in recent years have at least one thing in common: they are all in the same galaxy as the Milky Way. Now, scientists have found, for the first time, clues to planets in a galaxy far away. ...

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