Gadgets Newswire (Page 11)

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  1. Google's AI will take on the world Go champ live on YouTubeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Engadget

    Google's victory over a top Go player was unprecedented, but can its artificial intelligence program DeepMind beat the world champion? We'll find out starting on March 9th, when DeepMind's "AlphaGo" program takes on South Korea's Lee Sedol in a $1 million match. It will be broadcast live on YouTube from Seoul, according to the founder & CEO of DeepMind, Demis Hassabis.

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  2. Apple will reportedly accept damaged iPhones for trade-inRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Engadget

    Apple's iPhone recycling program is handy for getting rid of your old handset when you buy a new one . However, the initiative doesn't allow customers to trade in older models if they have screen damage, a broken camera or buttons that don't work.

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  3. New York renters get new passive PerchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Gizmag

    An apartment block being built in New York is claimed to be the city's first market-rate rental building designed to Passive House standards. Perch Harlem will provide simple and community-focused urban living and will also use 80-90 percent less energy than a conventional equivalent.

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  4. Gadget gift ideas for Valentine's DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | This Is Somerset

    Want to invest in a beauty product but haven't been listening close enough to work out which kind of hair gizmo would suit? Buy this one and you'll have it covered! The styler is effectively an all-in-one, you can use it as a hair straightener and smooth out those misbehaving locks, or alternatively create loose curls, medium curls or waves. It comes with a glove so you won't burn your fingertips, an automatic safety shut off, and there are also online tutorials so you can create your perfect look! Whether you have a long-distance romance and want the perfect techie-tool to stay in touch, or you just want to give them a prezzie that will stand out from the rest, this phone will certainly raise the romance stakes.

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  5. BBC will make its first broadcast into space tomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Engadget

    British astronaut Tim Peake has already achieved a number of "firsts" while aboard the International Space Station , but his next milestone will possibly be the most entertaining. Tomorrow , Peake and his two astronaut colleagues will view the BBC's first ever space broadcast, when it live-streams the Scotland vs England Six Nations rugby match live from Murrayfield.

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  6. Visa wakes up to the sound of the internetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Engadget

    If you had to name the pre-eminent internet payments platform, you'd probably say PayPal -- a fact that sends Visa executives into a frenzy. That's why the big V has announced that it's embracing this new-fangled interweb thing that it's just now heard about.

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  7. ICYMI: Soft robot challenge, NASA's space sails and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Engadget

    Today on In Case You Missed It : NASA announced a space probe this week that will use solar sails to leave Earth's orbit; the first spacecraft from the agency to do so. It should go up in 2018 and its mission is to get a good view of an asteroid.

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  8. Wilson's smart football brings the big game to the backyardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Engadget

    ... words and technology reached a fever pitch in San Francisco, where she learned you could make a living writing about gadgets, video games, and the Internet. Truly, a dream come true. Other interests include baseball, coffee, cooking, and chasing ...

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  9. Woman Campaigns For Bernie Sanders On TinderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Ubergizmo

    Tinder, for those unfamiliar, is an app used for dating. People view each other's profiles and swipe left or right to indicate their interest, and only when two people have expressed interest in each other that they are allowed to chat with one another.

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  10. Facebook Deleting Medical Marijuana PagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Ubergizmo

    The other day we reported that if you were to post images of yourself smoking weed on Instagram, it could technically land you in trouble with the law . Turns out that Facebook is subscribed to federal law because according to reports , it seems that the social networking website has recently been deleting Facebook pages that are related to medical marijuana.

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  11. Latest iOS Update Bricks Your iPhone If You Repaired It UnofficiallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Ubergizmo

    We have often heard stories of how sometimes the cost of repairing an iPhone at the Apple Store is so expensive that it is ridiculous. This is why sometimes people send their phones to unofficial Apple repair shops, which for the most part gets the job done for a much lower price.

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  12. Austin Bouldering Project offers fresh climbing challenges twice weeklyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Gizmag

    At small climbing centers, regular visitors can quickly exhaust all the available runs. At a new facility in the US city of Austin, Texas, which is said to be the world's largest bouldering center, climbing sections are rotated twice a week to create new runs.

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  13. Foldio360 turntable automates 360 degree product shotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Gizmag

    Creating interactive 360 degree product images, like those on your favorite shopping site, has traditionally been an expensive and time-consuming task. Foldio360 is a smart photography turntable which has been designed to make the process easier, faster, and able to be undertaken using just a smartphone.

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  14. Scientists want to sequence the genomes of all known kakapoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Engadget

    Scientists want to sequence the genomes of all known kakapo, which shouldn't be that hard -- the animal is critically endangered , and it's believed that there are only 125 individuals left. Kakapos are the heaviest and the only flightless parrot species in the world.

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  15. iPlayer now lets you search shows from your iOS home screenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Engadget

    Boot up your iPhone or iPad today and you'll notice a fresh BBC iPlayer update in the UK App Store . The latest version adds support for Spotlight search, meaning you can swipe down from the top of your home screen and type in favourites like Doctor Who , Dickensian or Match of the Day .

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  16. Destiny's new 'Damage Referee' will punish laggy playersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Engadget

    Destiny is in a state of limbo right now as Bungie struggles with the pressures of developing a sequel while keeping existing gamers entertained. Many Year One players have downed tools altogether, but for those who have stuck around and kept Crucible arenas well populated, things have slowly started to improve .

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  17. Scientists Use Batteries To Turn Seawater Into Fresh WaterRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | Ubergizmo

    Every now and then you read about technology that helps to bring or create fresh drinking water for places that might not have access to it. For example last year Bill Gates was part of a project which turned human waste into drinkable water , thus providing places without access to clean drinking water a way to get rid of waste, and create water for themselves at the same time.

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  18. Apple Stores In Japan Have Machines That Applies Screen ProtectorsRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | Ubergizmo

    Yesterday we reported that according to the rumors, Apple is said to be introducing a screen protector program where if you were to buy screen protectors from one of their partners , there is a special machine that Apple retail staff will use to help apply your screen protectors. Turns out the rumors were true because a report from Macotakara has revealed that Apple has begun rolling out the program over in Japan.

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  19. Fujifilm X-Pro2 Release Delayed To MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Ubergizmo

    The Fujifilm X-Pro2 was officially announced last month, and so far based on initial reviews of the handset, many photographers are pretty taken with Fujifilm's latest mirrorless camera. Now for those who were excited for the device and wanted to get their hands on it, you guys were probably anticipating its February release.

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  20. UN group says Assange should be allowed to walk freeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Engadget

    A United Nations panel has sided with Julian Assange and classified his time in London's Ecuadorian Embassy as arbitrary detainment. In light of this, the group believes his " detention should be brought to an end " and rectified with some form of compensation.

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