Baby Yoda can live on your desk thanks to AR and Google Search
Google has added Grogu (formerly Baby Yoda) to its augmented reality search results, so some quick typing can drop an AR version of the little guy straight into your bedroom or home office, no spaceship required.
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State-sponsored hackers have breached the US’ nuclear weapons agency
Foreign hackers have breached the networks of the US Department of Energy and National Nuclear Security Administration, according to separate reports from Politico and Bloomberg.
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Samsung’s Galaxy S21 color schemes pop in newly leaked images
By now, we’re all pretty much convinced Samsung is pushing up its schedule and prepping for a major smartphone launch in early 2021 — maybe as early as January 14th, otherwise known as the last day of CES.
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Google and Qualcomm are working together for faster Android updates
Qualcomm and Google have announced they’ll be working to expand Project Treble, Google’s ambitious multiyear project that aims to simplify OS updates so it’s easier for device manufacturers to upgrade phones and tablets to new Android versions without worrying about Qualcomm’s chipset-specif
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MIT researchers have built the most precise atomic clock to date
MIT researchers have built what they say is the most precise atomic clock to date. Their approach could help scientists explore questions such as the effect of gravity on the passage of time and whether time changes as the universe gets older.
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30 years on, Hubble is still making dazzling discoveries
Given that it was expected to last 10 years and considering all the early problems, it’s hard to believe the Hubble Space Telescope made it to 30. What’s more, it continues to be one of the most useful instruments in space, not just for doing science but essentially creating art, as well.
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How to Optimize Lightroom Classic for the Best Performance
One of the consequences of reviewing computers for PetaPixel and running benchmark after benchmark is that you learn a thing or two about working in Lightroom.
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You can now try on makeup from your home with the power of AR
Google’s new shopping feature will let people virtually try on makeup, the company announced in a blog post. Another feature will show the products on various models. Only lipstick and eyeshadow are part of the feature.
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AirPods Max Color Comparison! UNBOXING EVERY COLOR! + FIRST IMPRESSIONS
Today I’m Unboxing Every AirPods Max Color Apple had in stock and giving you all my first impression and honest talk! In this video I put the AirPods Max sound quality, mic quality, active noise cancellation, and spacial audio to the test.
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