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California's new Quake Alert app could protect you from injury or worse

A few major earthquakes in southern California in July occurred just months before the 30th anniversary of the disastrous quake that hit San Francisco Bay, killing more than 60 people. The two quakes were a sobering reminder of scientists' predictions that the region will be hit by another severe trembling in the next 30 years) could not come soon enough. …

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Google Nest Mini vs. Google Home Mini: Smart Speaker Showdown

Google has just announced the Nest Mini, an update for the Google Home Mini 2017 – but how are they really different? Google promised many big improvements at the Made By Google event 2019 that thrilled fans. We will compare the new version of the Mini with the old version and find out whether the upgrade is really worthwhile or …

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What You Need to Know Before Buying a Refurbished TV

2019 Samsung Q90 4K TV We'll cut to the chase: There's nothing wrong with buying a refurbished TV. In fact, for mere mortals wanting a taste of the finer things, it's the only chance they have to get a top-of-the-line television – at OLED or QLED TV, for example – at the center of their home entertainment setup. Having said …

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MIT robots can grab and handle objects with new algorithms faster

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) engineers have found a way for a robot to detect an object faster and more efficiently. The MIT showed the robot in a GIF how exactly the claw picks up and adjusts an object, which is more complicated than what a machine looks like. According to the publication, a robot may take several tens of …

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare | Story, Modes, Beta, Release, and More

Another year means another Call of Duty, but Activision and Developer Infinity ward are doing something different this year. Rather than continue with the story of Infinite Warfare or Ghosts, the series wants to return to the setting that made it an international sensation: Modern Warfare. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a reinvented take on the series, with the …

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Senators plan to stop drunk driving with in-car technology

Senator Tom Udall, a Democrat, and Rick Scott, a Republican, are to introduce legislation requiring automakers to install devices that detect blood alcohol levels and prevent vehicles from starting. The authors of the bill want to provide for a countdown of four years from the transition to full implementation for all new vehicles sold in the US. The National Highway …

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