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The 5 best new features coming on Outlook

This week, Microsoft outlined a new features feature that it delivers, or will deliver, to its various Outlook apps, including payment reminders, better calendars over time zones, and a way to see who has RSVP for a meeting. Not all Microsoft's new features are here – or if they are, they have not promulgated Microsoft's various Outlook apps: Office 365, …

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Facebook tiptoes for translation in Messenger – TechCrunch

Facebook can use more evidence that it gathers the world together rather than tearing it apart. Fortunately, technology will finally catch up with the dream of making people become friends across language barriers. Today at its F8 conference, Facebook announced that it will start rolling out chat messaging within Messenger through its M Suggestions Assistant. Facebook Messenger Messenger, David Marcus, …

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Google Clips has just received a big discount

Google has quietly cut the price of Google Clips, its smart camera that promises to use artificial intelligence to automatically capture the best possible photos. Released earlier this year, after the debut together with Pixel 2 in 2017, the camera has initially priced at $ 249. Now Google has reduced it by $ 50, which means you can download a …

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"Dark Souls Remastered" Gets Network Test for Consoles May 11th

Dark Souls Remastered launches on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC later this month, giving action roles the chance to play the massively influential game with a shiny new color and some extra features and if you're a console player you to be able to participate in the game's "network test" next week. On May 11 and May 12 – …

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Facebook's 3 major offers delivered 2 headaches and 1 blockbuster

Like many things about Facebook today, the company's former methods deserve to be investigated under a tougher light. This time it's Facebook's acquisition strategy, which I've promised before but is now under a cloud. A founder of WhatsApp, the widely popular mobile messaging service that Facebook agreed to buy four years ago, leaves the company. Washington Post reported that he …

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Hop Rocks, Low-Tomb, Enormous Crater – Variety

Tilted Tower is still in the wake of Fortnite's 4-season event, the comet that spent much of the last season that lay down on the battle Royale-map leveled Dusty Depot instead. Players will now find a massive crater instead of one of the three warehouses, and if you eat the glowing stones that are there, you can float like in …

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Apple faces patent infringement against the camera over the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X

The reason for Corephotonics's claim is that the company actually met Apple to discuss its technology. Apple refused to enter into an agreement with the company, instead using the technology described at the meeting without entering into any form of license agreement. Corephotonics also claims that Apple's negotiator shouted that they could break a patent without fear of reprisals. This …

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