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YouTube for Android starts getting HDR support on a few devices

Google has started releasing HDR videos in the YouTube app for some Android smartphones. Being a technology restricted to few smartphones, the feature has not reached many people yet. Only a few devices have the novelty: YouTube users on Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 +, Note 8, Google Pixel and ...

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IBM and MIT team up to use quantum computing in machine learning

IBM and MIT believe they can accelerate research on artificial intelligence, so both have teamed up to invest in a new research center. Among the works, will be the inclusion of AI in quantum computing. As Mashable reports, $ 240 million was invested in the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab center, ...

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Epson launches laser projector that turns your home into a movie theate

Epson introduced its ultra-short-range laser home cinema projector, according to BGR. The LS100 Home Cinema device is capable of projecting 70 to 130-inch images on a wall or screen at close distances, which means there is no risk of someone passing in front of the projector. The company claims that ...

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Chinese company launches system that allows ‘smile to pay’

Chinese company Alibaba debuted a rather different facial recognition payment service at some KFC stores in China. Called “smile to pay,” the system allows the user to use their own face to pay for products and services. According to the US network CNBC, the service works through 3D cameras located ...

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Sharp Announces 8K TVs

Sharp recently announced the line of AQUOS 8K TVs, which will be the first 8K-compatible TVs aimed at the end consumer. At 7,680 by 4,320 pixels, the displays contain four times more pixels than 4K TVs, and 16 times more than Full HD displays. As Engadget remembers, this is not ...

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Nintendo and SanDisk launch custom memory cards for Switch

Nintendo has partnered with a Western Digital to sell custom memory cards – which makes sense when it comes to the realization that a Japanese company has just launched a console for consumer products. The cards follow the microSDXC model and will be available globally in 64GB and 128GB versions. ...

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Lenovo unveils device that turns tablets into smart boxes

This week, the city of Berlin, Germany, is the venue for the IFA, the annual technology fair where several manufacturers announce new products. Lenovo already showed off the Moto X4 and now introduced the Home Assistant Pack, a device unheard of in the market, and somewhat difficult to explain. The ...

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PlayStation launches colorful control that resembles the Nintendo 64 joystick

Sony announced two new Crystal DualShock 4 wireless controllers, in blue and red, that hit the market on Oct. 17. Last year the company had already introduced the White Crystal, but now included the new blue and red models. The point is that the controls look like a modern version ...

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SanDisk Launches Largest MicroSD Card in the Market

SanDisk today announced the launch of a microSDXC UHS-I card that holds up to 400 GB of storage. Targeted for use on mobile devices, especially Android phones and tablets, the component is the largest capacity storage card ever released. According to the company, the capacity of the card should be ...

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Gear Sport, Fit2 Pro and IconX: Get to know Samsung’s new wearable accessories

This week IFA, one of the largest technology fairs in the world, is organized annually in Germany. This year’s edition has seen news from Acer, Asus and, more recently, Samsung, which has returned to bet on the apparel market. The Korean revealed on Wednesday, 30, Gear Sport and Gear Fit2 ...

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