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You can make DraftKings sports bets using your Dish DVR

If you#39;ve ever wanted to bet on a sports event using your TV in addition to watching the match itself you now have your chance. Dish has reached a quot;strategic agreementquot; that brings DraftKings#39; sports betting and daily fantasy featur...

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Canon EOS R5 review: A powerhouse of a camera with video compromises

As Canon has learned the hard way, innovative products can be criticized as much as celebrated. That was certainly the case with the EOS R5 full-frame mirrorless camera, which launched alongside the EOS R6 to acclaim with groundbreaking features li...

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Google plans to stop targeting ads based on your browsing history

In a major change for its core business model, Google said today that it plans to stop selling ads that rely on your individual web browsing history. Additionally, it won#39;t build any tools to track your data across its products in the future. The...

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Parler withdraws its lawsuit against Amazon for kicking it off AWS

Parler#39;s antitrust lawsuit against Amazon has come to an abrupt end. The Verge reports that Parler withdrew the suit late yesterday (March 2nd),. The social site didn#39;t provide an explanation for the withdrawal, but said it had the right to s...

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Google stops selling its Cardboard VR goggles after seven years

Google has officially bid farewell to Cardboard, its cheap gateway into the world of mobile virtual reality. The goggles are no longer available on the company#39;s online store, reports Android Police. The writing was already on the wall for Cardbo...

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Lenovo‘s capable Chromebook Duet is cheaper than ever on Amazon

If you#39;re looking for a Chromebook that#39;s a bit more flexible than your average laptop, Lenovo#39;s Chromebook Duet is a good option. As a 2-in-1 tablet with a detachable keyboard, it almost fills the void left by the Chrome OS tablets of ye...

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Researchers create a swimming robot that can ‘heal‘ itself

As the world contemplates ways to deploy robots to help with hazardous tasks such as large-scale cleanups or search and rescue missions, scientists are also second-guessing how to fix machines if they come into harm#39;s way. We#39;ve previously se...

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Microsoft patches Exchange software flaws targeted by Chinese hackers

Microsoft has rolled out a security update to fix four zero-day flaws in Exchange Server that bad actors have been using to infiltrate companies and organizations across industries. A Chinese state-sponsored group called Hafnium has been behind most...

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The Morning After: Who wants to go to the Moon?

NASA‘s Mars rover, Perseverance, is running on a processor that‘s 23 years old. Last seen in Apple‘s iMac G3 (the colorful AIO), it#39;s a single-core processor with approximately 6 million transistors and a clock speed of 233MHz. While there are be...

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A new RPG from the creator of Final Fantasy is coming to Apple Arcade

It‘s dioramas meet Final Fantasy. That‘s the first takeaway from Fantasian, a new game from Mistwalker, the studio responsible for the Blue Dragon series and The Last One. According to the early teaser and a few comments made in a Polygon interview b...

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UK to raise contactless payment limit to 100

The UK is increasing the the limit for contactless card payments to 100, marking the second time the cap has gone up in the space of a year. According to the Evening Standard, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak will point to the rise in quot;pingingquot;...

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Hulu update brings picture-in-picture back to the iPhone

Hulu has added picture-in-picture support back into iOS, making it possible for iPhone and iPad users to keep an eye on programs while browsing other apps, MacRumors has reported. Support for the feature had been enabled on iOS 14 when it first launc...

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Intel ordered to pay 2.18 billion in patent lawsuit

Intel has been ordered to pay 2.18 billion dollars after losing a lawsuit over two decade-old patents, Bloomberg has reported. A jury ruled that Intel infringed patents related to clock frequencies and voltage owned by a company called VLSI LLC. qu...

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Arrival‘s electric van is ready for testing

Anglo-American vehicle manufacturer Arrival has today unveiled its electric van in a form ready to begin testing. 25 vans, currently under construction in Oxfordshire, will be spending the summer on roads in the UK in the run-up to mass production. T...

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Arrival‘s electric van is ready for testing in the US and UK

Anglo-American vehicle manufacturer Arrival has today unveiled its electric van in a form ready to begin testing. 25 vans, currently under construction in Oxfordshire, will be spending the summer on roads in both the US and UK in the run-up to mass p...

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Fitbit‘s Charge 4 band can now display blood oxygen saturation levels

When Fitbit launched the Charge 4 fitness band, one of the features we found the most interesting was its ability to estimate users#39; blood oxygen saturation levels through its SpO2 monitor. Users could only see the data it collects on Fitbit#39;...

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SpaceX‘s first lunar tourist is looking for eight crew members

Japanese fashion billionaire Yusaku Maezawa purchased the right to be SpaceX#39;s first lunar tourist on a mission that#39;s scheduled for 2023, but he won#39;t be going alone. Maezawa bought all the seats on the flight, and announced plans to cho...

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Instagram ‘unintentionally‘ hid likes for more people today

In the long-forgotten time of 2019, Instagram announced the start of a test to hide Like counts users usually see on everyone else#39;s posts. Over the last year of the COVID pandemic that test has still been going on, but without much update or exp...

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Star Trek animated comedy ‘Lower Decks‘ heads to Blu-ray on May 18th

Paramount+ (ne CBS All Access) might be going full steam on becoming the Star Trek streaming service (among other things), but if you haven‘t ponied up the 6 a month or prefer owning physical media, you can still snag the new Trek shows on Blu-ray...

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Bill Nye explains disasters in Peacock‘s ‘The End is Nye‘

Bill Nye is heading back to TV. The quot;Science Guyquot; will host and produce a new documentary series from Peacock called The End is Nye. The show will see Nye explore disasters, both natural and otherwise, with each episode. He#39;ll explain t...

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‘Pokmon Go‘ on HoloLens 2 is a glimpse at the future of AR gaming

What if you could play Pokmon Go without holding a phone? And what if you could battle alongside your friends, no matter where they are in the world? That#39;s something we got a taste of at the Microsoft Ignite conference today, as Niantic CEO Joh...

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Amazon‘s GameOn screen recording app comes to iOS

In November, Amazon announced GameOn, an app for recording short, shareable clips from your favorite mobile games. Initially, it was only available on Android. But as spotted by TechCrunch, if you own an iPhone or iPad and live in the US, you can now...

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Uber spins out Postmates‘ robot delivery division into a separate company

Uber is spinning off Postmates#39; autonomous delivery division into a separate startup called Serve Robotics. The company inherited the unit when it acquired Postmates last year for 2.65 billion. According to Bloomberg, Uber will invest approximat...

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Twitter‘s Clubhouse-style audio chat rooms land on Android

Twitter Spaces, the company#39;s answer to Clubhouse, is now available on Android. Until now, the audio chat rooms were iOS-only. The Spaces feature is still in beta. Only a select number of users can host the chat rooms, but now anyone on iOS and A...

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