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Google turns off the Nest app for Apple Watch and Wear OS

People take control of their smart thermostat from their wrist so infrequently that Google has decided to completely scrape its Nest app for both Apple Watch and its own Wear OS platform. The Smartwatch Nest app offers a quick way to set the thermostat's target temperature or operating mode. But now it only shows a "Nest is no longer supported …

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Ge Pi 4 PCI Express

The release of the Raspberry Pi 4 gave us a new SoC, up to 4 memory reductions, and most importantly, got away from the janky USB to the USB and the Ethernet solution. The Raspberry Pi 4 has a PCI Express interface buried under some chips, and if you are very good at soldering, you can add a PCIe x1 …

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Apple Registers Five New iPad Models Running iPadOS in the Eurasian Database

Apple has registered five unreleased iPad models in the Eurasian Economic Commission database today, including A2068, A2197, A2198, A2228, A2230, according to listings uncovered by MySmartPrice and confirmed by MacRumors. iPad models are listed as running iPadOS: On the more imminent front, a recent rumor suggested that mass production of a new 10.2-inch iPad was set to begin this month, …

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Assassin's Creed VR, Splinter Cell comes exclusively to Oculus

A new report says that Facebook's Oculus has signed an agreement with Ubisoft for exclusive Splinter Cell and Assassin's Creed VR games. The article in the Information quotes "two people who are familiar with the case" and says that Oculus looks out to buy gaming studios and sign exclusive offers. One of these sources revealed that the company has already …

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G.Skill Launches Trident Neo Memory Modules for AMD Ryzen 3000 CPUs

After every major CPU launch leading suppliers of memory modules release DIMMs validated to work with the new platform. This time around G.Skill not only announced DRAM modules that have been tested to work with AMD's latest Ryzen 3000-series processors (codenamed Matisse) on AMD X570-based motherboards, but actually released a brand new product family, the Trident Z Neo. Rated to …

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Google releases Android Q Beta 5 with changes in Gestural Navigation

Google continues to make changes to the all-new gesture navigation system in Android Q. The company released beta 4 of Android Q last month and completed things like the APIs, but it does make some important changes to the latest beta navigation system. More specifically, Google introduces a new gesture for accessing Google Assistant with the new gestural navigation system. …

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Deepfakes has YouTubers worried. Vidcon offers a way to push back

Fans at VidCon in 2016 celebrated online video star Joey Graceffa with masks on the face. Getty VidCon is not far from a frenzy of screaming tweens chasing online video players, in a glass building overlooking Disneyland. VidCon will introduce a new celebrity to its pantheon: video foreclosures called deepfakes . But the ability to manipulate video to get someone …

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Review: Dr Mario World

Dr. Sensitive micro-transactions The more I heard about Dr. Mario World the more I wanted in. The idea of ​​several characters from the Mario -version physician who fits beyond just Mario and Luigi was a sight to see: I mean Bowser in a rock helps to cure the virus's kingdom?! It is so absurd that it works. It is also …

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Google Translates camera now works with more than 100 languages

All told, there are 60 new languages ​​in the list of supported languages ​​for fast cameras, including Arabic, Hindi, Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese. This adds a total of 88 languages ​​that users can translate from by pointing to the camera lens on the text. From these 88 source languages, users can translate into more than 100 different outgoing languages. In …

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