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Verizon’s HD voice and video chat service nearly ready to launch nationwide

LTE isn’t just about getting incredibly fast data speeds on our smartphone or tablet. Sure, that’s been what the technology’s been primarily used for ever since it was introduced a few years ago, but it’s capable of providing crystal-clear phone…

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Windows Phone has nearly twice as many apps as it did a year ago

Windows Phone’s app catalog may not be as extensive as what you’ll find on Android or iOS, but you won’t be hurting for choices any time soon. Microsoft has quietly revealed that the Windows Phone Store racked up over 300,000 apps as of this past…

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Watch An Industrial Robot Nearly Beat A Professional Ping Pong Player At His Own Game – Sort Of

If you’re looking for a vaguely frightening realization of just how good robots are getting at activities that require a high degree of optical precisions and fine motor control, than the video above has exactly what you need. In a promotional short film created by robotics company KUKA (via Slate), we see a manufacturing robot take on ping pong champion Timo Boll, with surprising results.… Read More

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Watch An Industrial Robot Nearly Beat A Professional Ping Pong Player At His Own Game – Sort Of

If you’re looking for a vaguely frightening realization of just how good robots are getting at activities that require a high degree of optical precisions and fine motor control, than the video above has exactly what you need. In a promotional short film created by robotics company KUKA (via Slate), we see a manufacturing robot take on ping pong champion Timo Boll, with surprising results.… Read More

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Watch An Industrial Robot Nearly Beat A Professional Ping Pong Player At His Own Game – Sort Of

If you’re looking for a vaguely frightening realization of just how good robots are getting at activities that require a high degree of optical precisions and fine motor control, than the video above has exactly what you need. In a promotional short film created by robotics company KUKA (via Slate), we see a manufacturing robot take on ping pong champion Timo Boll, with surprising results.… Read More

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Watch An Industrial Robot Nearly Beat A Professional Ping Pong Player At His Own Game – Sort Of

If you’re looking for a vaguely frightening realization of just how good robots are getting at activities that require a high degree of optical precisions and fine motor control, than the video above has exactly what you need. In a promotional short film created by robotics company KUKA (via Slate), we see a manufacturing robot take on ping pong champion Timo Boll, with surprising results.… Read More

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Watch An Industrial Robot Nearly Beat A Professional Ping Pong Player At His Own Game – Sort Of

If you’re looking for a vaguely frightening realization of just how good robots are getting at activities that require a high degree of optical precisions and fine motor control, than the video above has exactly what you need. In a promotional short film created by robotics company KUKA (via Slate), we see a manufacturing robot take on ping pong champion Timo Boll, with surprising results.… Read More

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Twitter reverts nearly all blocking changes after user uproar

After user backlash over changes made to its “blocking” functionality, Twitter has swiftly reverted to its previous system for handling unwanted followers or viewers of public accounts. Back are features that keep users from both following and retweeting users, as well as notifications which communicate that a user has been blocked. The earlier changes made to blocking functionality turned what had previously been a tool for navigating harassment, spam, or trolling into a glorified “mute” switch, giving the blocked user far more access.

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Hands-on with Tablo, a DVR that streams over-the-air TV nearly anywhere

Handson with Tablo, a DVR that streams overtheair TV nearly anywhere

Many streaming-savvy DVRs either lean heavily on cloud services or are linked to traditional TV — neither of which is ideal for cord cutters trying to lower their long-term costs. Nuvyyo is promising what could be a more affordable option with its upcoming Tablo DVR. The upcoming, partly crowdfunded set-top box streams both live and locally recorded over-the-air broadcasts to seemingly any internet-capable platform, including Android, iOS, Roku players and web browsers. In theory, it’s as cheap and convenient as internet-only video while delivering the wider content selection of traditional TV. We’ve had hands-on time with a Tablo prototype that suggests the company has at least latched on to a good (if imperfect) idea — read on to see what we mean. %Gallery-slideshow122001%

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Samsung’s 2014 phones will have nearly double the pixels

It’s time to start getting used to discussing WQHD resolution, or 2560 x 1440 pixels, in relation to smartphones. Samsung’s Analyst Day gathering today shed some light on the company’s future plans, and the display category was highlighted by the promise of 560ppi AMOLED panels for phones. Combine that with the 1440p resolution and you get a 5.2-inch handset — the same dimensions as on LG’s 1080p G2, but with 78 percent more pixels. And if that’s not enough, we’re told to look forward to 4K resolutions — also known as Ultra HD or 3840 x 2160 — in 2015.

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