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Facebook is building a camera with a TV box with the code name Ripley – TechCrunch

A mysterious product called "Ripley" appeared hidden next to Facebook's new Portal Smart screens in Facebook for Android code. Excavated by the usual TechCrunch tipster Jane Manchun Wong a week ago Ripley's name squared with Facebook's VP for Portal Rafa Camargo, says "We are already investing in expanding the product line with more products we want to launch next year …

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Huawei Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, Mate 20 X, Watch GT and 3D Live Emoji: All Huawei has just announced

Huawei announces new products at an event in London. Messages so far: Huawei Mate 20 Pro: The company's newest flagship phone is an Android phone with a 6.39-inch 3.120×1,440 AMOLED display. But it has a wealth of unique features that distinguish it from the package, including a fingerprint reader on the screen and 3D face scan, three rear cameras and …

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Huawei's Watch GT is a fitness tracker disguised as a watch

At a time when the Apple Watch is miles ahead of any other smartwatch and Google's Wear OS is struggling for relevance, launching a new smartwatch seems like a foolhardy idea. That's why I like Huawei's alternative approach of building a semi-smart watch, essentially a fitness-tracking wristband with the shape and look of a wristwatch, with its Watch GT. You …

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PS4 gamers report messaging bug that bricks consoles, Sony says it's just a 'crash loop'

A messaging bug is reportedly bricking PS4s. Sarah Tew / CNET                                                  Some Sony PlayStation 4 players report that they are getting messages that are bricking their consoles, forcing them to factory reset. Gamers set up several threads on the PS4 subreddit over the weekend, outlining the glitch, which was linked to. Some reported that the messages caused their consoles …

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Big Browser to drag the support plug for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 encryption protocols at the beginning of20

The creators of the four largest browsers all said Monday that their applications will release support for TLS (Transport Layer Security) 1.0 and 1.1 encryption protocols in early 2020. "In March 2020, Firefox will disable TLS support. 1.0 and TLS 1.1, "wrote Martin Thomson, chief engineer at Mozilla, in a post to a corporate blog. Other browser developers, including Apple …

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& # 39; Fortnite: Battle Royale & # 39; get a tournament mode

"Fortnite: Battle Royale" will add a new tournament mode to the game menu, giving players on all platforms a chance to play against each other in a competitive format. According to the developer Epic Games, tournaments will be open to all players and will eventually be used to award prizes to top players and help them qualify for future Fortnite …

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The Glorious Winamp Media Player Gets Reborn In 2019 best desktop media player of the late 1990s and early 2000s is preparing to rise up

and once again whip some lama ass. That's right, load up those mp3s you downloaded from Kazaa and Limewire, four up that virtual 10-band graphic equalizer and Gold Stack component skin and come along while I explain what the owners of Winamp have planned for us in 2019. Yep, Winamp will keep whipping it in 2019 Winamp / Radionomy Belgian …

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Surface Pro 6 review: Racing before last year's model

Surface Pro has proven to be a tough act to follow. Microsoft has been the two-in-one standard carrier in recent years, as successive generations of Surface Pro became the default idea for what a Windows tablet / laptophybrid should be. But it has also been a difficult idea to move away, and the changes in the latest versions of Surface …

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