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Google adds creepy crawlies to its AR search results

If you have always wanted to invite giant beetles or hornets into your living room without fear, Google is the right choice for you. The search giant is expanding its growing range of augmented reality search results to include 23 creepy crawling animals, including dinosaurs, cats, scorpions, bears, tigers and more. The full list of insects includes: rhinoceros beetle, Hercules …

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Movies Anywhere is the latest service to add a party viewing feature

Movies Anywhere introduces a new movie sharing feature for its Movie Locker apps that allows multiple users to sync and enjoy a movie together. While the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has increased the display of party apps for streaming services (both third-party and official providers), the version of Movies Anywhere differs in that you can watch movies that You bought instead …

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MacKenzie Scott has donated nearly $ 1.7 billion of her Amazon assets since the divorce from Jeff Bezos

Novelist and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, whose ex-husband Jeff Bezos is CEO of Amazon, announced on Tuesday that she had donated nearly $ 1.7 billion of her immense wealth last year. The causes and non-profit organizations she has selected so far include support for racial, LGBTQ + and gender equality, as well as combating climate change and improving public health and …

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Can Brett Kavanaugh be impartial to Facebook?

As Facebook fights increasing regulatory pressure, one of the country’s most powerful judges is once again being reviewed for connections to the company. On July 24, a coalition of nine progressive groups, including Demand Justice, Freedom From Facebook and Google, as well as Accountable Tech, released a statement asking Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to look out for his close …

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Google Stadia tests 4G and 5G game streaming

You can now play games with Google’s Stadia cloud gaming service on your Android phone over 4G and 5G connections. However, you have to choose an “experiment” that Google announced today (via 9to5Google). Since the service started in November 2019, you could only play Stadia games on your phone over Wi-Fi – unless you got Stadia to play over a …

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Quibi’s recipe for winning an Emmy without really trying

The main award for television could go to its least important streaming service: Quibi. The service has been nominated for 10 Emmy Awards, of which it is almost certain that it will win at least one. Quibi – an estimate that only 8 percent of people who signed up for the three-month free trial was kept – didn’t suddenly start …

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According to polls, voters want Facebook to be responsible for climate misinformation

A majority of voters polled, 64 percent, believe that Facebook should be held responsible for not warning users of opinion articles that spread misinformation about climate change. This emerges from a survey by the Think Tank Data for Progress. Fifty-nine percent of respondents believe that social media companies, including Facebook and Twitter, should label opinion articles with incorrect information about …

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Virgin Galactic unveils the interior cabin of its tourist spacecraft

I stood in front of me in Virgin Galactic’s tourist spacecraft with three translucent green heads. One of the heads explained how the white-blue-green passenger seats on the walls of the cabin were made of aluminum and carbon fiber materials. White disembodied hands gestured in the air as the head, owned by Virgin Brown’s design director, Virgin Galactic, spoke. In …

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