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Google AR headset “A65” tipped to rival HoloLens

Google AR headset “A65” tipped to rival HoloLens

Google is reportedly developing a standalone Augmented Reality headset to take on Microsoft HoloLens, a cable-free system that does not require a tethered PC to drive it. The rumors come after the launch of the first standalone Daydream headset, the Lenovo Mirage Solo, which packages a full virtual reality system into a single wearable.

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Google is suspiciously quiet about its incredible Duplex AI demo

Google is suspiciously quiet about its incredible Duplex AI demo

Google's most controversial demo of I/O 2018, its Duplex AI that apparently made reservations on behalf of the phone-averse, now faces questions as to just how real the showcase was. The technology, which used artificial intelligence to hold a conversation with employees at both a restaurant and a hair salon, prompted concern from some, for failing to disclose that it wasn't a real person.

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Pokemon Nintendo Switch titles tipped with new web domains

Pokemon Nintendo Switch titles tipped with new web domains

With E3 on the horizon, rumors about the Pokemon titles coming to Nintendo Switch have kicked into high gear. Over the past few days, rumors have cropped up claiming that not only will the Switch's Pokemon titles be released this year, but also what their titles will be. Apparently, Nintendo and Game Freak have chosen Pokemon Let's Go! Pikachu and Pokemon Let's Go! Eevee as the names for this new pair of titles.

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Google’s AI drone project is causing staff to quit

Google’s AI drone project is causing staff to quit

Google employees are quitting the company in protest of Project Maven, the artificial intelligence collaboration with the US Department of Defense. Promising to speed up the analysis of drone footage by assessing images for photos or objects, Maven has prompted serious controversy within the search giant among those who disagree with AI being potentially involved in warfare.

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Smarter Autopilot attention tracking reportedly vetoed by Tesla execs [Updated]

Smarter Autopilot attention tracking reportedly vetoed by Tesla execs [Updated]

Tesla engineers considered adding a driver attentiveness system to Autopilot to ensure users weren't leaving their electric car to its own devices, but Elon Musk and other executives overruled the suggestion, according to a new report. The leak is likely to bring Autopilot safety back into the spotlight, amid long-standing suggestions that some Tesla owners over-estimate - intentionally or otherwise - just how capable the semiautonomous system actually is.

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OnePlus 6 leaks in full

OnePlus 6 leaks in full

The OnePlus 6 wasn't meant to be seen in all its Android glory until this coming week, but a prematurely posted retailer listing has spoiled the surprise. The new smartphone has already been seen in leaked 3D render form, in "Avengers Edition," and had its probable specs exposed. Now, we know just about everything.

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Apple now removing apps that sell your data

Apple now removing apps that sell your data

Today, we're hearing new reports that Apple has started taking measures to remove apps that collect and share location data with third-parties from the iOS App Store. As privacy concerns seem to be growing by the day - thanks in large part to the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal from Facebook - it seems that Apple is attempting to crack down on app developers misusing information they've collected on their users. To a lot of people, this will probably be a refreshing bit of news.

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Steam Summer Sale 2018 dates have leaked out

Steam Summer Sale 2018 dates have leaked out

The weather is finally beginning to warm up here in the North Hemisphere, which means a big thing for PC gamers: the Steam Summer Sale is on the horizon. The Steam Summer Sale and its winter counterpart are famous among PC gamers for their big discounts across most of Steam's massive library, and today, we're getting a better idea of when Valve may kick things off.

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Uber’s pedestrian-killing autonomous car reportedly chose not to stop

Uber’s pedestrian-killing autonomous car reportedly chose not to stop

The fatal collision involving Uber's autonomous car in Arizona earlier this year saw the vehicle's systems intentionally avoid swerving, insiders claim, having reportedly been programmed with a higher tolerance for unexpected items in the lane ahead. The crash took place in Tempe, AZ, in March of this year, with a driverless car in self-driving mode colliding with a pedestrian who stepped out unexpectedly into the road.

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Samsung’s folding Galaxy X specs and release plan leak

Samsung’s folding Galaxy X specs and release plan leak

Samsung plans to reveal its folding phone, long unofficially referred to as the Galaxy X, at Mobile World Congress 2019, according to new leaks in South Korea. The smartphone would be the first to take full advantage of foldable OLED, it's been suggested, with Samsung said to be ready to graduate the project from concept to production.

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Sonos’ new home theater speaker is coming June 6

Sonos’ new home theater speaker is coming June 6

Sonos will launch a new home theater speaker on June 6, announcing an event in San Francisco where we're expecting to see its follow-up to the Playbar and Playbase. The news follows an early glimpse of the new Sonos speaker as it passed through the FCC earlier this month.

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The 2019 Ram 1500 is proving “production hell” isn’t just a Tesla issue

The 2019 Ram 1500 is proving “production hell” isn’t just a Tesla issue

The 2019 Ram 1500 is giving Fiat Chrysler a painful reminder that Tesla isn't the only automaker facing production delays, with the hotly-anticipated pickup failing to roll off the line at the rate hoped for. Revealed at the Detroit Auto Show 2018 in January, the new Ram 1500 borrowed a Model S-like huge touchscreen dashboard from Tesla, among other things, but unfortunately picked up its manufacturing headaches along the way.

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