Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G specs leaked: All 3 options for 2020

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G specs leaked: All 3 options for 2020

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G was leaked today alongside the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G and the previously-leaked Galaxy S20+ 5G. With the specs to which we have access now, we're able to compare all three of Samsung's main hero phones for the first half of the year 2020. The full leaked specifications for the Samsung Galaxy S20 family is ready for your appraisal.

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Iron Man VR pushed back to spring, capping off a week of big game delays

Iron Man VR pushed back to spring, capping off a week of big game delays

Another day, another delay: Iron Man VR, an upcoming title exclusive to the PlayStation VR (and by extension, the PlayStation 4), has been hit with a delay. Developer Camouflaj Games announced the delay today on Twitter, saying that the decision was made in order to "deliver on our vision and meet the high expectations of our amazing community." Thankfully, the delay isn't too severe, but those who were looking forward to Iron Man VR will nevertheless have to wait a few more months to play it.

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Realme X2 Pro Review : Proof a great phone need not be expensive in 2020

Realme X2 Pro Review : Proof a great phone need not be expensive in 2020

The Realme X2 Pro was first announced in October of 2019 and features a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED 1080 x 2400 pixel display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC, and a price starting at around $330 USD. They key to understanding how a device of this combination of prices and features could exist lies in the aim of the company and the range of prices at which the device is offered. For its base price, this phone is surprisingly great.

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Tesla owners demand “sudden unintended acceleration” investigation

Tesla owners demand “sudden unintended acceleration” investigation

US driving safety regulators is considering an investigation into claims of unexpected acceleration in Tesla's EVs, the NHTSA has confirmed, after owners complained that their electric cars could suddenly speed up. Although the petition covers reports from 123 different cars, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that it could affect 500,000 vehicles in total.

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Chrome OS may finally get official Steam support

Chrome OS may finally get official Steam support

At the moment, if you're looking to play games on Chrome OS, you're more or less limited to finding those games on the Google Play Store. That may all be changing at some point in the near future, as Google has suggested that it's working with Valve to build official Steam support for Chrome OS. This, of course, would greatly expand the gaming capabilities of Chromebooks by allowing them to tap into Steam's vast library of PC titles.

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Europe’s war on chargers could give Apple an iPhone problem – or an opportunity

Europe’s war on chargers could give Apple an iPhone problem – or an opportunity

European rules demanding a universal charger could force Apple to ditch its Lightning cable - or hasten its transition to an entirely wireless world for the iPhone that many believe has been the Cupertino firm's goal all along. Proposed laws being considered by the European Union would compel all electronics-makers to standardize on a single connector, in the name of avoiding unnecessary waste.

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Leica M10 Monochrom is a new $8k camera with no color

Leica M10 Monochrom is a new $8k camera with no color

In the traditional camera war on mobile camera phones, Leica's taken a daring strike with the Leica M10 Monochrom. This is a monochrome camera - a camera which omits all color filters in favor of ultimate photo power in black and white. Inside this camera is a brand new high-end 40-megapixel "true black-and-white" sensor paired with the newest in digital connectivity and up-to-date photo technology.

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Official Pokemon ASMR video starts 2020 off right

Official Pokemon ASMR video starts 2020 off right

Love it or hate it, ASMR seems to be everywhere these days. ASMR videos have a way of popping in YouTube search results seemingly regardless of the topic, and with some of the biggest ASMR content creators getting millions of views on their videos, it's no wonder that we're now seeing big companies try to capitalize on the craze. The latest company to do so is The Pokemon Company, which today released an official Pokemon ASMR video.

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Researchers develop a wearable gas sensor for health monitoring

Researchers develop a wearable gas sensor for health monitoring

Researchers from Penn State University, along with researchers from Northeastern University, have announced that they have developed a highly sensitive, wearable gas sensor for environmental and human health monitoring. The researchers believe that the wearable sensor may soon become commercially available. The new sensor is an improvement on existing wearable sensors thanks to its self-heating mechanism that enhances sensitivity.

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BMW mild-hybrid technology hits 3 Series and more starting in March

BMW mild-hybrid technology hits 3 Series and more starting in March

The push to improve fuel economy and reduce emissions in Europe is strong, and automakers are relying on both full-electric and hybrid technology to reach economy and emissions goals. BMW says that while it's expanding its range of all-electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, it is also expanding its use of mild-hybrid technology.

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PigeonBot is a robot bird fitted with real feathers

PigeonBot is a robot bird fitted with real feathers

Researchers at Stanford University have been looking into exactly how birds can maintain controlled flight by changing the shape of their wings. For their study, they invented a robot called PigeonBot that has a pair of "biohybrid morphing wings." The robot is being used to test out new control principles. One of the most interesting aspects of the PigeonBot is that the scientists fitted the flying robot with real bird feathers.

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Apple Music and NBA team to launch new BASE:LINE playlist

Apple Music and NBA team to launch new BASE:LINE playlist

Apple recently teamed up with the National Basketball Association and United Masters to launch a new Apple Music playlist called 'BASE:LINE' that currently contains 40 songs from independent artists. The playlist is available for everyone to stream; it is intended to highlight the best indie and emerging hip-hop songs of the past week, helping listeners discover new music to enjoy.

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