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Razer’s new webcam and microphone are made for streamers

21 October, by Rob LeFebvre[ —]
Razer is known as a gaming laptop, mouse and keyboard maker, but it actually offers a wide variety of products, like Xbox controllers, power banks, and even an upcoming phone. Razer also makes webcams like the Stargazer, which is built for streaming...

Project Loon's LTE balloons are floating over Puerto Rico

21 October, by Richard Lawler[ —]
About a month after Hurricane Marias devastating landfall on Puerto Rico and a couple of weeks after the FCC gave clearance, Project Loon is bringing wireless internet to people on remote parts of the island. Part of (Google parent company) Alphabet...

Movie 'sanitizer' VidAngel files for bankruptcy

20 October, by Rob LeFebvre[ —]
Back in 2016, Hollywood studios were able to stop VidAngel from streaming sanitized versions of blockbuster hits, claiming that its system for doing so was covered under the Family Movie Act of 2005. The injunction, which VidAngel promised to appeal,...

Ford's commuter van service Chariot halts operations in San Francisco

20 October, by Rob LeFebvre[ —]
Chariot, an on-demand commuter van service owned by Ford, had to suspend its operations in San Francisco due to compliance issues with the California Highway Patrol, according to the San Francisco Business Times.

Apps and gadgets for the 'Blade Runner' future we didn’t ask for

20 October, by Violet Blue[ —]
Punks, monks and Harrison Ford running scared through a poisonous cityscape were just a few of the details that made the original Blade Runner feel like its environment was a standalone character in the film. It felt as alien and familiar as the way...

Wireless charging will make drones always ready to fly

20 October, by Roberto Baldwin[ —]
Drones are great until you realize running all those propellers, a camera, GPS and other assorted technology bits are a real drain on the battery. If youre just using one for images its not too big of a deal. But if youre using one for surveying,...

FAA proposes ban on large electronics in checked baggage

20 October, by Rob LeFebvre[ —]
While most of us probably keep our laptops and other large electronics in our carry-on bags, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) still wants to avoid the risk associated with exploding lithium-ion batteries in the cargo hold of passenger aircra...

Adobe's Scribbler AI automatically colorizes any portrait

20 October, by Andrew Tarantola[ —]
Finally! Adobe has devised a method of adding a touch of color to black and white images without all the dimension-jumping time travel (looking at you Pleasantville). At the companys Adobe MAX 2017 event on Thursday, research scientist Jingwan Lu de...

YouTube Red's next show is a Tinder dating comedy

20 October, by Devindra Hardawar[ —]
YouTube Red, the companys premium service, has a built up a stable of original programming, but for the most part they dont resemble traditional TV shows. Now, YouTube is trying a different tactic. The company has greenlighted Swipe Right, a comedy...

Tech companies unite to fight for Dreamers

20 October, by Swapna Krishna[ —]
In September, President Trump announced that he would phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which offers protections to undocumented immigrants who came to the US at a young age. This week, Reuters reported that Google,...

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