FuboTV, a live streaming service that largely revolves around sports, has announced a new feature for Apple TV users that enables them to watch four shows at the same time. This new feature is a modern take on the old picture-in-picture feature that has been available on many TV models for years, taking advantage of the increasing screen sizes and … Continue reading
"Public discussion is harmful to its creation."
AotS benchmarks surface online just days ahead of the GPU's October 29th release
There’s no lack of niche social media networks out there, and one of the more recognizable is probably Nextdoor. Nextdoor, as many people probably already know, aims to connect users to other people living in their neighborhood. As it turns out, Facebook may be looking to take a page out of Nextdoor’s book, as it’s currently testing a new Neighborhood … Continue reading
Spanish telco group Telefónica is reportedly lining up insurance company Allianz to invest in its fibre network ambitions in Germany.
Dr Reddy's Lab has stated that in phase 2 clinical trial--'would include 100 subjects and for phase 3, it would take 1400 subjects.'
With the pandemic disrupting the in-person networking, using Twitter to do so has become (at least, anecdotally) more popular.
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(Penn State) Wearable sensors are evolving from watches and electrodes to bendable devices that provide far more precise biometric measurements and comfort for users. Now, an international team of researchers has taken the evolution one step further by printing sensors directly on human skin without the use of heat.
Deja-vu just got bigger, and faster, with Google’s Pixel 4a 5G arriving to add some speed and screen size to what’s probably been the best budget Android phone of 2020. More affordable sibling to the new Pixel 5, the 5G-capable smartphone still starts out at under $500 but adds the big display that some felt was missing from the Pixel … Continue reading
Exec adopts a build-and-they-will-come mentality Canalys Forum 2020 Forecasting tech sales is a dark art at the best of times but in a pandemic it takes on a whole new level of complexity. Unperturbed, Lenovo's president and COO is predicting shipment growth not seen in a decade for 2021.…
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Arlo has announced two new security cameras: the Pro 4 Wire-Free Spotlight Camera and the Ultra 2 Wire-Free Spotlight Camera System. You can preorder both cameras now; the Pro 4 starts at $199.99 and the Ultra 2 starts at $299.99.
Both cameras are wire-free. That makes them easier to set up and more convenient to place than many other cameras, since you’re not limited by the location of your outlets.
The Arlo Pro 4 connects directly to Wi-Fi — no smart home hub required. It produces 2K video with HDR, color night vision, and a 160-degree viewing angle. It also comes with a built-in spotlight to illuminate intruders, a siren, and two-way audio to communicate with guests.
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Most folks don't realize it, but Chrome's New Tab page — y'know, that screen with the Google logo and search box that you see every time you open up a new tab on your computer — is actually packed with productivity-boosting potential. The onus just falls upon you to tap into it and transform that wasted-space default into an invaluable asset.And man, are there options aplenty. I've tried out tons of New Tab page replacements over the years, and I'm constantly experimenting with new possibilities to keep (ahem) tabs on what's out there and figure out what works best for me. And while there are lots of interesting ways you can repurpose your personal New Tab page — to anything from a multisource search panel to a cross-service document hub or even an Android-like widget-filled home screen — I've consistently found that, for my own style of working, nothing is as practical as a simple and effective notepad.To read this article in full, please click here
The new guidelines "would almost certainly guarantee that no vaccine could be authorized before the election on November 3" had they been approved, The Times reported.
Officials failed to report 15,841 new cases between September 25 and October 2.