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Wireless charger

Wireless charging, the worst thing for your mobile battery

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Mobile charging is one of the biggest headaches for cellphone users, but little by little we are learning facts that allow us to tune better to get all the...
Science books

Do our electronic devices make it tougher to grasp science?

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Excessive interaction with electronic devices may be related to weaker activity in areas of the brain that are key to understanding scientific texts, say researchers. In a study that used...
Sublimation printer

Printing 101: Benefits of using sublimation printing

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Whether you are maintaining a start-up business or working on a few DIY projects at home, having a quality printer or two is mandatory. Even in an age where...
Corner

Camera can ‘see’ moving stuff around corners

A new camera system can can reconstruct room-size scenes and moving objects that are hidden around a corner, researchers report. The technology could one day help autonomous cars and...
Braille wristwatch

Dot Watch, the smartwatch in braille

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The South Korean company Dot Incorporation, always keen to make life easier for people with vision problems, has created a new and elegant product: Dot Watch. Unlike watches for the...
Gamer room

How to decorate a gamer’s room

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While video games were a matter for teenagers, the decoration of rooms for gamers was an irrelevant issue, since simply, the child was adapting his bedroom to the devices...
Chip Mediatek Helio G90

MediaTek announces the new Helio G90 processor for gaming mobiles

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The mobiles are increasingly powerful, have greater photographic capabilities, have gone specialized even to run the games at maximum quality. And they need processors that keep up, as manufacturers...
iPhones at Apple Store

Mobile phones are more expensive: the average price of smartphones increased 9% in 2018

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Surprisingly, cell phones are more expensive. Their average selling price in 2018 increased by 9% and this was accompanied by a 4% drop in sales. These are data from the...

Quantum control with light paves way for ultra-fast computers

Terahertz light can control some of the essential quantum properties of superconducting states, report researchers. Jigang Wang patiently explains his latest discovery in quantum control that could lead to superfast...

Wirelessly charging your phone risks depleting the life of devices using typical lithium-ion batteries

Consumers and manufacturers have ramped up their interest in this convenient charging technology, called inductive charging, abandoning fiddling with plugs and cables in a favor of just setting the...
Nintendo switch

A lot of indie games will reach Switch in the first half of 2020

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It's the console of the moment and indies also want to take their games to the controllers of the Nintendo Switch. At the Indie...
Sekiro Shadows Die Twice

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice wins Best Game of the Year award

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, developed by FromSoftware and published by Activision, won Best Video Game of the Year at the "The Game Awards" gala...

How to make deep learning into huge datasets

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A new approach could make it easier to train computer for “extreme classification problems” like speech translation and answering general questions, researchers say. The divide-and-conquer...
Online shopping dark patterns

What are the “dark patterns” used by online shops?

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“Dark patterns” meant to push people shopping online into spending more are startlingly common, according to a new study. The researchers found that dark patterns...
Iraq protests

What’s going on in Iraq these days?

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The short-term spark that set the protests off was the demotion of a prominent commander in the Iraqi Counter-Terrorism Service, or Golden Division, Abdel-Wahab...
Stardust

We, the whole Earth, is really made of red giants’ stardust

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The Earth is partly made from stardust from red giant stars, researchers report. They can also explain why the Earth contains more of this stardust...
Financial infidelity

Hiding purchases, debt, and savings constitute “financial infidelity” with your partner?

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New research digs into when hiding purchases, debt, and savings constitute “financial infidelity,” and provides a means for predicting its occurrence within relationships. The study...

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