Galaxy Flip: Why I'm looking forward to the smaller siblings of the Galaxy Fold. It is not just the novelty

The Galaxy Z Flip could be announced on February 11th. Giuseppe Spinelli / LetsGoDigital With the tablet-like Galaxy Fold, Samsung welcomed the saying: "Go big or go home." But his second foldable phone – supposedly the Galaxy Z Flip – is almost guaranteed cheaper, smaller, vertically curved and equipped with half the cameras. I couldn't be more excited. Foldable phones …

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Doom Eternal hands-on: customizable fight on the run

Id Software's Doom Eternal Shooter re-casts players with Doom Slayer, the ultimate demon killer who mows down the legions of hell in the way that best suits you violently in action; You shoot a lot of demons without suffering through a ton of history or cutscenes. You can set how fast the fight should go. This time your job starts …

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Cruise Origin is an electric car for autonomous driving

General Motors-Cruise is not trying to reinvent the wheel, but to get rid of it. So the steering wheel. The Cruise Origin is an electric car that is designed from the ground up for autonomous driving. It does not have a steering wheel, pedals or rearview mirror. It has a range of sensors and a control system derived from Cruise's …

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Amazon Pharmacy can expand to the UK, Canada and Australia

If you remember, the company bought PillPack online pharmacy in 2018, a year after reports appeared that it was looking to enter the healthcare industry. PillPack is a drug delivery service for customers who need to take multiple medications daily. A few months after the acquisition was announced, the technology giant changed PillPack's trademark to "PillPack by Amazon Pharmacy". A …

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Ozone depleting substances caused half of Arctic warming, sea ice loss from 1955 to 2005 – Technology News, Firstpost

Asian News International 22. January 2020 13:32:06 IST A burgeoning hole in the earth's stratospheric ozone was first published in 1985 in a scientific publication. Scientists found that the cause is ozone depleting substances. durable artificial halogen compounds. The study was published in the journal Nature Climate Change . Columbia University researchers studied the greenhouse effects of ozone-depleting substances and …

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