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RIP Clips: Palm-sized AI-powered camera joins the Google graveyard‎

Google purged Clips, those tiny little cameras that could fit in your palm and which would take pics of you autonomously, from its store, meaning they join the graveyard of products quietly killed off by the company. The company revealed Clips two years ago. The conceit behind them is that you’d put them in strategic areas around your home or wherever you wanted to make memories. It’d detect ideal lighting or framing, and take photos of its own accord — which, in theory, sounds like something that’d provide some great candid shots or video clips. But surprisingly, having a camera… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google

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PSA: The Pixel 4 comes with neither earbuds nor dongle‎

When Google revealed the Pixel 4 would start $799, I was surprised the company hadn’t raised prices over the previous year. But now we know it’s cutting corners in at least one way: the Pixel 4 doesn’t come with earbuds or a wired headphone dongle. The company is sending a clear message: Go wireless. This is a bit of a shame. I actually thought Google’s USB-C buds were quite good – certainly the best I’ve heard among bundled earbuds that aren’t meant to create an acoustic seal. Their omission is an especially odd choice considering you can’t even buy the… This story continues at The Next Web

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CHEAP: Ditch your DSLR with this sleek Fujifilm mirrorless camera kit for $499‎

Welcome to CHEAP, our series about things that are good, but most of all, cheap. CHEAP! Are you looking to ditch your hefty, old DSLR for a slimmer, slicker camera? Then you’re in luck. There are some pretty sweet deals on Fujifilm’s X-T100 series. An X-T100 photography kit with a 15-45mm lens is currently retailing for only $499. Oh, it also comes with a 32GB memory card and a camera bag to keep your new toy in. Not bad at all. Here’s what you get for that money: A sleek mirrorless camera with 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor A resolution of 6,000… This story continues at The Next Web

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Samsung security flaw allows your fingerprint to unlock any Galaxy S10‎

Samsung just landed itself again in hot water. According to a report by BBC, a British woman discovered a horrible issue in the Galaxy S10 that lets anyone unlock the phone using the fingerprint sensor. That means you probably can go around and unlock anyone’s Galaxy S10 phone. The device uses an ultrasonic 3D sensor to register your fingerprint and unlock the phone — or at least it’s supposed to. As The Sun reported earlier this week, a British woman bought a cheap gel-based screen protector off eBay, and she registered the fingerprint of her right hand. Later she found she… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Samsung

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NASA finally launches unisex spacesuit — preventing more spacewalk let-downs‎

In March, NASA announced plans to conduct its first ever all-women spacewalk with astronauts Christina Koch and Anne McClain. However, what would have been a giant leap for womankind was canceled because NASA hadn’t packed enough spacesuits. Now, seven months later, the space agency has rescheduled the what-will-be historic moment and introduced a new spacesuit that will fit every human body, regardless of gender.  On Tuesday, NASA’s administrator Jim Bridenstine showed off the space agency’s latest, most diverse spacesuit yet. The red, white, and blue colored-suit — which took two years to design — was created specially for NASA’s 2024… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: NASA

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Nicolas Maduro refuses to give up on Venezuela’s state cryptocurrency El Petro‎

It seems that the government of Venezuela isn’t ready to give up on its state-issued cryptocurrency ambitions. Speaking during a state broadcast last night, President Nicolas Maduro said protectorates and states would receive one million Petros —  Venezuela’s home-brewed cryptocurrency — twice a month, from November onwards. “This means, my compatriots, that we are assigning between 1,354,000 euros and 3,249,600 euros to governors and protectorates,” Maduro added. The President also spoke about how Venezuela’s scientific community would be able to receive payment in Petro. Maduro’s announcement can be seen as his latest attempt to encourage economic development within the country, which has suffered from hyperinflation, escalating… This story continues at The Next Web

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OnePlus TV review: great hardware, lackluster experience‎

OnePlus unveiled its most ambitious new product — a smart TV — to great fanfare in India a couple of weeks ago, after hyping the product for months beforehand. The company made a name for itself with a slew of well designed and thoughtfully appointed smartphones, and I was hoping to see that sort of thinking applied to a TV — so I was only too happy to test the 55 Q1 Pro over the past few days. Besides featuring a QLED screen, a minimalist remote control, and a mechanized soundbar that slides into place beneath the screen when it’s turned out,… This story continues at The Next Web

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Blockchaining is the future of data tech, so learn it all for just $29‎

The Complete Blockchain and Ethereum Programming Bundle help you understand cryptocurrencies and its root technology for under $30.

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A comprehensive look at OnePlus’ mistakes and wins with its T series of phones‎

OnePlus released its 7T Pro last week, and many people were confused as to why a product with such minimal updates exist. This was the fourth consecutive year of the company releasing the T series of products. In this post, we’ll take a look at every T version in comparison with its non-T counterpart launched earlier that year. Please note I’ve not counted for software updates as OnePlus has a record of making almost all software features available to the previous version. The OnePlus 3 v the OnePlus 3T In November 2016, OnePlus released a phone under the T series… This story continues at The Next Web

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Nevada man charged for allegedly running $11M Bitcoin Ponzi scheme‎

A man in the US has been charged for allegedly operating an $11 million Bitcoin Ponzi scheme. The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) announced the filing of a civil enforcement action yesterday, charging David Gilbert Saffron of Las Vegas, and Circle Society, Corp, with “fraudulent solicitation, misappropriation, and registration violations.” The complaint says that from at least December 2017, the defendants fraudulently solicited and accepted at least $11 million worth of Bitcoin and US dollars from at least 14 people in the United States. The money was then used to exchange binary options on foreign currencies and cryptocurrency pairs,… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin

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