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Twitch is going to fund new reality programming

Now that we’re all inside and online a brain-breaking amount of time per day, Twitch is looking to fund a slate of new unscripted series to help broaden its audience – and take advantage of the fact that its audiences are bigger than ever. According to Bloomberg, which got its hands on an internal document looking for pitches, the company …

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Xbox Series X Smart Delivery games that get free upgrades

Microsoft is launching the first games to support the company’s upcoming smart delivery program for intergenerational games between the Xbox Series X and Xbox One. Smart Delivery is Microsoft’s free Xbox Series X upgrade program that lets you buy an Xbox One version of a game and get the Xbox Series X version for free. This also means that you …

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France uses AI to check whether people wear masks in public transport

France is integrating new AI tools into surveillance cameras in the Paris metro system to check whether passengers are wearing face masks. The software, which has been used elsewhere in the country, has launched a three-month test this week at the central Chatelet-Les Halles train station in Paris Bloomberg. French startup DatakaLab, who created the program, says the goal is …

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Tile Announces Partnership With Intel To Detect Missing PCs

Tile has announced a partnership with Intel to bring its tracking technology to laptops and help customers track down misplaced or stolen PCs. Intel will offer “updated solutions” to OEMs later this year, which means that we may start rolling out tile laptops in late 2020 or early 2021. Tile trackers connect via Bluetooth to a mobile Tile app, which …

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Major changes to CBS All Access this summer as the company speeds up the relaunch

Streaming is one of ViacomCBS’s fastest growing businesses. To meet this demand, the company is accelerating major changes to CBS All Access. According to Bob Bakish, CEO of ViacomCBS, major changes will be made to the company’s central paid streaming service this morning. These changes are integrated directly into the current CBS All Access platform. The company does not create …

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We know how to build healthier buildings that can limit the corona virus for decades

People in the United States spend more than 90 percent of their time indoors – in homes, apartment buildings, schools, and offices. Because COVID-19 threatens every interaction, these interiors (where the virus spreads more easily) can appear loaded with hidden threats. Fortunately, scientists already have the tools to make buildings better for people and less hospitable to pathogens like the …

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Sony’s new noise canceling earphones are designed for fitness fans

Sony is launching its latest truly wireless earbuds today. The WF-SP800N earphones cost $ 199.99 and are available to order now. They’re offered as a mid-range option between the $ 230 high-end WF-1000XM3 earphones and the relatively new Sony ($ 130) WF-XB700 earphones that lack noise cancellation. The SP800Ns are designed for your workout and your run: they offer IP55 …

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