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Xiaomi unveils a new version of CyberDog

Yesterday, Chinese company Xiaomi showcased some new products, and among them was a new version of CyberDog, the robot dog they first unveiled two years ago. In the image found at the bottom of this article, you can see CyberDog 2 on the right, alongside its predecessor CyberDog and Xiaomi’s humanoid robot CyberOne. As evident, […]

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Wacom releases new drawing tablets

Wacom has introduced a new series of drawing tablets called Wacom One, which can be purchased with or without a screen. The series includes two drawing tablets, Wacom One 12 and Wacom One 13, both featuring pressure-sensitive screens measuring 11.6 and 13.3 inches, respectively. The other tablets in the series are named Wacom S and […]

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The Environmental Impact of AirPods Pro: Apple’s Sustainability Efforts and Challenges

Have you ever wondered about the environmental impact of your favorite pair of wireless earbuds – Apple’s AirPods Pro? Today, we delve into the reality of this popular product’s footprint and Apple’s ongoing efforts to balance innovation with sustainability. What are AirPods Pro? AirPods Pro are Apple’s high-end wireless earbuds, featuring active noise cancellation and […]

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Now high-resolution FLAC is coming to Tidal

Tidal has completed the process of converting six million music tracks to high-resolution, lossless FLAC format. At the same time, they have announced that FLAC, not MQA, will be the preferred format on the service going forward. Streaming service Tidal is now taking the consequences of MQA’s financial problems and has made FLAC the preferred […]

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OpenAI pauses Bing integration for ChatGPT

Last week OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT received a new feature that integrated Bing, allowing ChatGPT Plus users to access information beyond September 2021 (where ChatGPT’s training data ends). However, soon after integrating this new feature into the chatbot, OpenAI discovered that there are instances where it can help users circumvent paywalls on certain websites. Therefore, OpenAI […]

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Twitter introduces a bunch of limitations

Last night, Elon Musk announced that Twitter will begin limiting the number of tweets one can read per day. The numbers he mentioned were 600 tweets for unverified accounts, while verified accounts will be able to read up to 6,000 tweets per day. For newly created and still unverified accounts, the limit will be 300 […]

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Google DeepMind unveils RoboCat

Google’s AI division, Google DeepMind, has developed a new artificial intelligence that allows robots to self-train on new tasks by observing instructions on what needs to be done. The AI is called “RoboCat,” and Google DeepMind states that it speeds up the learning process for robots and is a significant step towards creating a “general-purpose […]

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Easily share files between Windows and Android

Microsoft is now rolling out a file transfer tool that works with Windows 11. An update to Windows Subsystem for Android is now available for all Windows Insiders to test and includes file transfer, drag-and-drop support, camera improvements, and a bunch of regular bug fixes. Users can share Windows user folders like Documents and Pictures […]

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Netatmo releases smart AC controller

Smart home manufacturer Netatmo is now releasing a new product called the Smart AC Controller, which allows users to take control of their air conditioning or air heat pumps and manage their home’s energy consumption and comfort even from a distance. According to Netatmo, this device is compatible with all air conditioning units and air-to-air […]

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Role of Technology in Water Conservation.

Our population is growing and our ability to provide clean water for our needs, for agriculture and manufacturing to the most basic one of all: drinking water is definitely being challenged. Thanks to technological inventions we may come close to solving the water crisis. Here are a few ways technology has helped the water industry. […]

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Spoofing GPS Location in Mobile Legends Using VPN

Certain Location-based apps require your location, such as weather apps and other navigation apps. Most devices have now contained global positioning systems that can be easily used to find the location. However, it could create serious trouble when you would take a leave from office and lie to your boss that you are unwell, but you would […]

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4 Hacks That Can Help You Save Time in College

When you transition from high school to college, your life changes a lot. College is faster and more complex than high school and the one thing that you will have trouble managing in college is the time. College life is not just about attending lectures, submitting assignments and taking notes. It is also about participating […]

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What’s New in iOS 13?

The next update to the iOS operating system that runs on different iOS devices such as the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is already in development at Apple’s headquarters in California. As we know a limited amount about the new software now, we have heard some interesting rumors and exciting features and changes we can […]

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Google Maps: Finding EV Charging Stations Near You Easily

Finding EV Charging Stations Near You with Google Maps Google recently (mid-October) added EV charging station information to Google Maps, lessening the challenge drivers usually encounter in locating nearby charging stations for their electric cars. There are other apps one may use to locate close-by EV charging stations, but given the ubiquity of the Android […]