Google Glass is back – so is AR uncertainty

Google Glass is back – so is AR uncertainty

Google Glass is back from the dead, with a new $999 headset that delivers upgraded capabilities, longer battery life, and the promise of new confusion around augmented reality. The Glass Enterprise Edition 2 is, as the name makes clear, not really intended for consumers. Instead, Google is hoping to convince businesses that their workers should be wearing a computer.

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Stroke risk study on eggs and cholesterol has good news for dieters

Stroke risk study on eggs and cholesterol has good news for dieters

The research surrounding egg consumption, overall dietary cholesterol levels, and stroke risk remains murky. Some studies have found a link between diets high in cholesterol and stroke risk, while others have offered opposite findings, highlighting a potential link between eating eggs and a protective effect against stroke. A new study offers its own input on the matter, finding that moderately high cholesterol consumption doesn't increase stroke risk.

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Overwatch’s Anniversary event returns with week-long free trial

Overwatch’s Anniversary event returns with week-long free trial

Believe it or not, Overwatch is about to turn three years old. As it does every year on the anniversary of its launch, Blizzard will be hosting an in-game event that'll see various seasonal modes return for the duration. Of course, this is also a good chance for you to unlock some skins that you may have missed during previous events, so if you're a relatively new player, the anniversary event will be a chance to play catch up when it comes to cosmetics.

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Texting on the crosswalk in NY will result in $50 fine under new bill

Texting on the crosswalk in NY will result in $50 fine under new bill

Texting while walking has resulted in a number of incidents that could have been prevented if the individual was paying attention to their surroundings. Many of these accidents have been caught on video, and though some are comical and benign, others are tragic and frustrating, particularly ones involving traffic and the potential for serious bodily injury. New York City may address that latter issue by enacting rules against texting on crosswalks.

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EVgo is putting new EV chargers in the last place we expected

EVgo is putting new EV chargers in the last place we expected

Electric vehicle owners may end up taking them to gas stations after all, with one of the big names in gasoline finally waking up to the idea that its locations might be a good place for an EV charger. Chevron has teamed up with charging network EVgo to upgrade a number of gas stations with electric car charging facilities, as part of a test deployment.

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Big Call of Duty shake up sees Treyarch start Black Ops 5 early

Big Call of Duty shake up sees Treyarch start Black Ops 5 early

For a number of years now, Activision has stuck to a Call of Duty development schedule that sees three different studios working on yearly releases. As a result, each individual studio has three-year development cycles for its respective Call of Duty games, but now a new report says that a major shake-up has taken place at Activision. The result is that we'll see Treyarch's Black Ops 5 land a year earlier than anticipated, giving the developer only two years to make it.

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Galaxy Note 10 preview guide: New specs and feature expectations

Galaxy Note 10 preview guide: New specs and feature expectations

There's a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 coming your way later this year, and it's going to be a doozy of a device. Over the past few weeks we've been gathering and analyzing all reputable Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leaks, and today we've compiled the lot into a relatively easy-reading short format. Here lies the latest report on the Galaxy Note 10 in the weeks and months before its release.

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Adding these foods to low-fat diets may slash breast cancer death risk

Adding these foods to low-fat diets may slash breast cancer death risk

Diet may have an important impact on one's risk of dying from breast cancer, according to new research out of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). The study looked specifically at low-fat diets, finding 'no down-sides' to the dietary composition in addition to a potential health benefit: a major reduction in breast cancer death risk. This is the first large randomized clinical trial to demonstrate this potential benefit.

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Audacious climate change plan appeals to wallets more than ethics

Audacious climate change plan appeals to wallets more than ethics

Increasing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to improve climate change seems paradoxical, but Stanford researchers argue that new tech and the promise of bottom line profits could coax big industry into getting greener. A new study proposes a more pragmatic approach to greenhouse gases, along with a financial lure to maximize compliance.

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Outer Wilds gets a release date surprise and launch trailer

Outer Wilds gets a release date surprise and launch trailer

If you've been looking forward to Outer Wilds, the next game from What Remains of Edith Finch publisher Annapurna Interactive, then you're in for some great news today. Annapurna and the game's developer, Mobius Digital, revealed the game's release date today. Even better than getting a release date is learning that it's right around the corner.

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Google built a lung cancer diagnosing AI and the implications are huge

Google built a lung cancer diagnosing AI and the implications are huge

An innovative system to predict lung cancer could make a huge change in survival rates, with Google exploring how artificial intelligence could dramatically improve diagnosis rates. Despite advances in cancer treatment, lung cancer remains one of the most deadly diseases, not least because difficulty in identifying it among patients means it can often be too late to address.

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Game of Thrones’ finale was destined to be divisive: A final analysis

Game of Thrones’ finale was destined to be divisive: A final analysis

After eight long years, Game of Thrones has finally come to end. Last night's finale was surprising in a lot of ways, but one thing that wasn't at all shocking was just out divisive it ended up being. In fact, judging from the reaction so far, the final episode of Game of Thrones seems poised to become the most divisive episode of the entire series.

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