Technology

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Qualcomm’s next Snapdragon promises always-on smartphone cameras
Qualcomm’s next Snapdragon promises always-on smartphone cameras
Mark Hachman
pcworld
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Some Tesla owners unable to unlock cars due to server errors
Some Tesla owners worldwide are unable to unlock or communicate with their cars using the app due to an outage of the company`s servers.
Lawrence Abrams
bleepingcomputer
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Ford and GM are getting into chip development to help deal with the shortage
Ford announced a new deal with chipmaker GlobalFoundries today
Jasmine Hicks
theverge
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NFT MAKERS ARE TRYING TO BUILD THE NEXT DISNEY
There’s a long way to go
Adi Robertson
theverge
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Under-display cameras are slowly getting better
As is often the case with new technology, under-display cameras didn’t make a great first impression.
Sam Byford
theverge
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What Do Those `AC` and `AX` Numbers on Your Wi-Fi Router Mean?
AC1900? AX6000? Wi-Fi router speeds like these sum up all the bands a router supports.
Sascha Segan
pcmag
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Alphabet is launching a company that uses AI for drug discovery
It builds on DeepMind’s work on protein folding
Nicole Wetsman
theverge
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Astra Space joins broadband internet race with proposal to launch 13,000 satellites
Make room for yet another competitor in the market to provide broadband internet access from low Earth orbit
ALAN BOYLE
geekwire
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We’ll All Probably End Up in Microsoft’s Metaverse
The company formerly known as Facebook isn’t the only tech giant trying to sell you on the metaverse.
Sam Rutherford
gizmodo
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The Real 5G Metaverse Will Blow Facebook`s Meta Out of the Water
Facebook, now Meta, wants to pivot into virtual reality. But it won`t be able to escape its sins.
Sascha Segan
pcmag
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MARK ZUCKERBERG ON WHY FACEBOOK IS REBRANDING TO META
The company wants to move past the ‘confusion and awkwardness’ of sharing a name with its main app
Alex Heath
theverge
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AMD buys its way out of the PC chip crunch
AMD`s profits climb 70 percent, thanks to some smart investments and a crazy demand for GPUs.
Mark Hachman
pcworld
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Here’s why PC folks will never give a damn about Apple’s M1 Max
Few will ever switch from PC to Mac, so why bother?
Gordon Ung
pcworld
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When Will Force Shields Be Real?
"...a personal field ... as portrayed in many science fiction movies—that will take some doing."
Daniel Kolitz
gizmodo
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The HTC Vive Flow Is a Lighter Way to Get Into VR
Vive`s new standalone headset isn`t quite a pair of glasses, but isn`t really a headset either.
Sam Rutherford
gizmodo
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New AMD CPU Socket With Next-Gen Ryzen Chip Coming in 2022
AMD is also bringing its 3D-V cache tech to a Zen 3 Ryzen chip early next year that`ll still use the AM4 socket.
Michael Kan
pcmag
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Can’t afford a new computer? Play PC Building Simulator for free instead
Dream as big as you like. It won’t cost you anything but time.
Alaina Yee
pcworld
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Teardown Confirms Qualcomm Modems in the iPhone 13 Pro
It`s always good to confirm what you suspected all along. In this case, iFixit`s teardown of the iPhone 13 Pro shows that the iPhone 13 line has Qualcomm`s X60 modem
Sascha Segan
pcmag
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Nvidia releases Windows 11 driver with DLSS support for more than 100 games
Nvidia is releasing a new display driver today that adds DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) support to 28 games,
Tom Warren
theverge
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Builder.ai Announces its AI-Powered Product Manager Tool, Natasha, is in Beta
Builder.ai is launching a beta of Natasha, an AI-powered product manager that aims to democratize software development with Builder Studio 3.0.
dbta.com
dbta.com