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Planet Computers’ Astro Slide is a smartphone and PDA in one

Planet Computers’ Astro Slide is a smartphone and PDA in one

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As shown below, the hinge allows you to slide the screen off of the keyboard, then flip it up so you can use it like a mini-laptop. A full (albeit tiny) physical QWERTY keyboard is then revealed so you can tap messages or do productivity chores. Once finished, you can slide the screen back and…
Google Forgoing April Fools’ Jokes This Year

Google Forgoing April Fools’ Jokes This Year

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Attendees wait in line to enter the Google Inc. play space at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., ... [+] on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020. Google said its digital assistant is used by more than 500 million people every month. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg © 2020 Bloomberg Finance LP A longstanding Google tradition will…
Minecraft Player Builds Entire Earth to Scale With New Mod

Minecraft Player Builds Entire Earth to Scale With New Mod

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For those looking for a new project or simply something to make these stay-at-home days more exciting, you’re in luck: a YouTuber has created planet Earth at full scale in Minecraft, and he’s recruiting other players to help him finish building all of its man-made structures. The feat was achieved by YouTube gamer PippenFTS and…
Samsung’s Galaxy Chromebook hits shelves April 6th

Samsung’s Galaxy Chromebook hits shelves April 6th

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Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Chromebook finally has an official release date. You’ll be able to buy it at Samsung and Best Buy next Monday, April 6th, starting at $999. The device comes in Mercury Gray, or the bolder Fiesta Red that looks bright orange in some settings. It’s the first Chromebook to sport a 13.3-inch 4K…
‘Star Trek: Voyager’ gets an unofficial 4K remaster thanks to AI

‘Star Trek: Voyager’ gets an unofficial 4K remaster thanks to AI

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As with Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager is unlikely to ever get an official high-resolution remaster. The effects were shot on video rather than added to film after the fact, making it much harder to upgrade the quality than it was for The Next Generation. However, an unofficial project might get relatively close. Series…
Huawei P40 Pro vs Pixel 4 XL camera: Now this is getting interesting

Huawei P40 Pro vs Pixel 4 XL camera: Now this is getting interesting

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The marketing of smartphone cameras is practically an Oscars-worthy pursuit, but the only thing that really matters is results. We paired up the Huawei P40 Pro and Pixel 4 XL cameras to see just how far software can take a camera before hardware is necessary. We also wanted to see what kind of a difference…
6 new things we now know about Pokemon’s Isle of Armor

6 new things we now know about Pokemon’s Isle of Armor

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Pokemon trainers will soon be allowed to roam the uncharted territories of the Isle of Armor as part of the Pokemon Sword and Shield Expansion Pass DLC. Let's take a look at six new things we now know about the upcoming update.Game Freak and The Pokemon Company have been drip feeding fans information about the…
Doom Eternal Has A Secret Pistol, And You Can Use It Now

Doom Eternal Has A Secret Pistol, And You Can Use It Now

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In most shooters pistols appear as a starter weapon, but Doom Eternal skips players straight to a shotgun instead. It turns out a pistol was once planned, but was ultimately cut out when it didn't fit the flow of the gameplay. The weapon is still in the game, however, and can be accessed with console…
Judge says ‘NBA 2K’ can replicate LeBron James’ tattoos

Judge says ‘NBA 2K’ can replicate LeBron James’ tattoos

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March 29, 2020 | 9:53pm Tats all folks. A Manhattan federal judge has ruled that the company behind the popular “NBA 2K” video games can’t be sued for replicating LeBron James’ tattoo designs. Judge Laura Swain dismissed the four-year-old lawsuit in an opinion filed Thursday, calling the use of the tattoos “de minimis” — meaning…
Hobby Lobby Closes Stores, Begins Layoffs Following ‘God Is in Control’ Remarks Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Hobby Lobby Closes Stores, Begins Layoffs Following ‘God Is in Control’ Remarks Amid Coronavirus...

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Despite previous claims from Hobby Lobby owner David Green that a "vision from God" told him and his wife to keep the chain open, stores are closing and the company might be making it worse. According to The Frontier, the Oklahoma-based business has closed its stores in the state and then turned around to cut…