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Samsung Galaxy S21 phones may have even bigger camera bumps

The external profiles don’t provide too many clues as to what the Galaxy S21 (or S30) would entail, although there are some clues that it would be a relatively safe design beyond the bumps. The standard model would have a roughly flat 6.2-inch screen with the familiar holey selfie cam, while the Ultra would have a slightly curved screen somewhere …

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Every PlayStation launch game, from PS1 to PS5 – GameSpot

Every PlayStation launch game, from PS1 to PS5 GameSpot FCC reveals images of a full black GamesRadar + PS5 DualSense controller PS5 revives one of the iconic PlayStation Push Square bugs PS5 is spying on you? Sony responds to concerns from Tom’s Guide fans PS5 DualSense’s black photos look much better than the Rant white controller screen View full coverage …

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1 Unexpected thing that Apple didn’t mention at the keynote

iPhone 12 with iPhone 12 mini on top Apple There has been a major overhaul of iPhones this year. Not just in terms of new design, improved functionality and the introduction of 5G. MORE FROM FORBESApple iPhone 12 has an unidentified side panel: mystery solvedOf David Phelan As you may have heard, the iPhone 12 no longer has the earbuds …

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The Google Assistant driving mode seems to finally arrive on Android

The Google Assistant driving mode that the company first announced in 2019 has started appearing on some Android devices, XDA developers reported. The user interface looks a little different than Google’s shown at the I / O developer conference last year. XDA says he first noticed something coming about two weeks ago when users reported seeing a new navigation interface …

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IT scientists break the record of “street vendor”

When Nathan Klein started graduate school two years ago, his advisors proposed a modest plan: to work together on one of the most famous and long-standing problems in theoretical computer science. Original story reprinted with permission from Quanta Magazine, an editorial independent publication of the Simons Foundation whose mission is to improve public understanding of science by covering research developments …

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The weak Google Pixel 5 camera is guiding me towards the iPhone 12

Google’s Pixel 5 smartphone has ultrawide and wide-angle cameras, but no telephoto lens for more distant subjects. Stephen Shankland / CNET For years I have used the Google Pixel and Apple iPhone for my daily smartphone photography needs. For most of the shots, I relied on pixels because of Google’s pioneering computational photography software, which offers superior image quality on …

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Sorry, Apple. Google Home first got this megaphone feature

The new Nest Audio gives you an excuse to expand your Google Home collection so you can stream to every corner of your home. Juan Garzon / CNET Apple fans may have shouted and shouted when the iPhone maker introduced the HomePod Mini this week with a feature that will broadcast a message to other Apple speakers, tablets and iPhones. …

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Granblue Fantasy Versus DLC character Yuel announced, available in late December 2020

Yuel will join Granblue Fantasy Versus as the next DLC character for his second Season Pass. Arc System Works also revealed gameplay footage for Cagliostro, which will also be joining as part of Character Pass 2. Take a look at the Cagliostro Granblue Fantasy Versus gameplay trailer, ending with a teaser for the reveal of Yuel’s DLC character: The announcement …

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The Switch version of The Outer Worlds will receive a patch next week

Since the arrival of The outer worlds on Switch this year, Virtuos and Private Division have been working hard on a patch to improve the overall experience. It is expected to increase image quality and game performance as well. Now, in an update from the official Outer Worlds Twitter account, it has been confirmed that this early patch will be …

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