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SpaceX will launch its first 4 tourists into orbit as soon as 2021‎

We all knew it was coming eventually, but it seems Elon Musk‘s SpaceX is finally gearing up to launch its first tourists into orbit. The company will start off by sending four private citizens in an experience that would last five days – as soon as 2021. You can bet those will be four very expensive flight tickets. The experience will be brokered by Space Adventures, the same company that sent a handful of ultra-rich people into orbit between 2001 and 2009. We don’t know exactly how much the experience will cost, but as noted by Quartz, the last space tourism flight by Cirque… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: SpaceX

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Report: Coronavirus could cause iPhone SE 2 shortage, iPad Pro delay‎

Coronavirus fears shut down Mobile World Congress, and now the virus appears to be impacting Apple too. Yesterday, the company announced problems stemming from the outbreak would cause it to miss its next quarterly earning goals. Today, a report from Nikkei suggests supply shortages means Apple will likely miss its schedule for mass-producing the long-awaited iPhone SE 2 (sometimes rumored to be called the iPhone 9). Inventories of existing models may remain low until April or longer as well. Nikkei reports Apple had previously planned to release the more affordable iPhone in the spring; it was just yesterday we reported… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: iPad,iPad Pro,iPhone

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Google Stadia finally launches on phones that aren’t Pixels‎

Google today revealed that, at long last, its Stadia gaming service would be expanding to phones outside its Pixel line. Indeed, Stadia will be available on a plethora of new devices from Razer, ASUS, and Samsung, starting February 20. Starting February 20, you can play Stadia with even more phones. ASUS ROG Phone I & II, Razer Phone 1 & 2, and a variety of Samsung phones, including the Samsung S20 line, are all supported. For the full list of compatible phones, check out our blog → https://t.co/1eUhssl649 pic.twitter.com/LoA6aiXF9V — Stadia (@GoogleStadia) February 18, 2020 According to Google, Stadia arrives… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google

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Facebook is testing tabs to organize your News Feed‎

Facebook caused a lot of hullabaloo when it changed the News Feed from chronological order to an algorithmic ranking, and some people will never get over it. While you can still sort your feed by ‘Most Recent,’ the option is currently buried in the sidebar and reverts to normal after 24 hours. But as spotted by developer Jane Manchun Wong, the social network is considering adding tabs to your News Feed to make it easier to organize your content. Facebook is working on tabbed newsfeed for easier access to “Most Recent” and “Already Seen” feeds pic.twitter.com/8Z9KLG9nc8 — Jane Manchun Wong… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook

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Leak: TCL’s new phone turns into a tablet without folding‎

We’re living in a new era for phone design. We’ve seen phones with bendable displays that fold horizontally and vertically, folding phones with dual screens, and phones with screens hidden on their backside. But I can’t for the life of me figure out how this TCL concept phone – leak courtesy of CNET –  is able to expand to a normal size to an honest-to-goodness tablet. Unlike the myriad of folding phones we’ve seen so far, this TCL concept actually has an extendable screen. CNET‘s Jessica Delacourt guesses that the phone has one continuous flexible display and that the panel essentially unwraps… This story continues at The Next Web

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How a shady anti-piracy company got Google to take down posts containing the word ‘did’‎

A copyright watchdog service recently convinced Google to hide Search listings for websites containing the word “did,” as in the simple past tense of the word “do,” by claiming they infringed upon the copyrights of their client: the successful reality TV show “Dance India Dance.” That’s right, a shady company working on behalf of a major TV show tried to claim that the word “did” was protected by copyright. TorrentFreak first reported on the issue after Sinclair Target, the creator and owner of a computer history blog called TwoBitHistory, tweeted about it last week. What the hell!!?????????????????????? Google has stopped listing… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google

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Facebook uses its ad policies to block apps that compete with its dating service‎

Facebook Dating was always doomed to be as dystopian and inhumane as a speech from Mark “I’m not a robot, I swear it” Zuckerberg, but who could have guessed that the company would consider cheating and hookup sites its direct competition. The creators of an app called #Open recently started a petition demanding Facebook stop its censorship campaign against sex-positive dating apps. Facebook denied its app several times because it lets users identify as being in a couple, polyamorous, or in an open relationship. Per a report from Business Insider, #Open’s director of operations, Maile Manliguis said: Getting to that large user… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook

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Redbox now offers a free streaming service — here’s how it works‎

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. With so many players in the streaming space, it can be easy to overlook some of the smaller players that might offer a better experience for a cheaper price. So with that in mind, Redbox is now offering a free, ad-supported streaming option on its site and app. There’s not much to it yet, but if you just want a free way to watch some Family Feud and Unsolved Mysteries, it’s a thing that exists. The service,… This story continues at The Next Web

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OpenAI’s flagging techno-utopianianism exposes tensions between business and public benefits‎

OpenAI‘s efforts to build an AGI that benefits humanity have earned plenty of plaudits and press coverage, but they’ve also further exposed the limits of techno-utopianism. MIT Technology Review’s Karen Hao published a piece on the lab this week that depicts a company buckling under the weight of its grand ambition. Over three days at OpenAI‘s office, Hao discovered “a misalignment between what the company publicly espouses and how it operates behind closed doors”. Changes at OpenAI OpenAI was founded in 2015 as a non-profit, but last year it restructured as a “capped profit” company. The lab claimed that this would… This story continues at The Next Web

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