LG Display’s transparent OLED puts a screen between you and the sushi chef
As per its annual tradition, LG Display is preparing to show off some new display tech demos for CES 2021, with the focus set on showing where transparent OLED may fit in the pandemic age.
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11 great sci-fi books from 2020 to check out on your new Kindle
It’s not easy to make it to a library right now, and with a long winter stuck at home looming ahead for many of us, there’s never been a better time to hunker down with a good book.
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Samsung’s One UI 3.0 update starts rolling out to Galaxy Note 10 devices
Samsung’s One UI 3.0 update has started hitting older Samsung devices starting with the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus, according to SamMobile.
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Modeling the bizarre remnants of a supernova
When stars of a certain large size and energy run out of fuel, the result is a supernova explosion that can be spotted with the naked eye just once in a lifetime. Some leave behind a relatively spherical supernova remnant.
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The Morning After: Boston Dynamics’ dancing robots are back
Today, we’ve got stories on Apple’s “ultra” security measures, someone squeezing entire movies on floppy disks and a deep dive on the ways we might connect, without touch, in a post-pandemic world. But for this opening salvo, let’s home in on a family of dancing robots.
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Good Crop Bad Crop – How to Crop Portraits
When it comes to knowing what is right for me there are a few things I know for sure: First, garlic and ice cream are never meant to be mixed together.
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Apple Card’s new web portal lets you pay your balance on a PC
You’ll no longer have to be entirely dependent on the Wallet app for your Apple Card transactions. The tech giant has launched a web portal for its credit card, giving you a way to pay your balance online even if you don’t have or have lost access to your phone.
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Tim Cook’s Response to Facebook Is the Best Example of Emotional Intelligence I’ve Ever Seen
When Apple announced in June that it would start requiring apps to ask for permission before tracking users, it was applauded by privacy advocates.
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