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TechNN Archive: Thursday, July 19, 2018


General Interest
  • "Galaxy Tab S4 Intelligent Scan to compete with new iPad Pro" SlashGear 9:26 PM
  • "Amazon's Part Finder helps you find those weird screws you need: Use your phone's camera to identify the parts you want more of." Engadget 7:30 PM
  • "Mozilla to give out $1.6 million in prize money for projects connecting the unconnected" Neowin 3:37 PM
  • "One day, Google's Fuchsia OS may become a real thing" TechCrunch 1:14 PM
  • "Facebook will prioritize removing fake news that incites violence: But it will only de-emphasize misinformation that doesn't encourage physical harm." Engadget 6:37 AM
  • "Qualcomm shows off ultrasonic fingerprint tech ahead of rumoured Galaxy S10 debut: Chipmaker debuts early prototype of in-display scanning tech" The Inquirer 6:35 AM
  • "Samsung's Bixby speaker might launch alongside the Note 9, Galaxy Watch: 'High-end' device will debut on 9 August, claims the WSJ" The Inquirer 6:35 AM
  • "Gorilla Glass 6 will allow clumsy types to drop their smartphone 15 times: But only from one metre high" The Inquirer 6:35 AM
  • "DARPA's insect-sized SHRIMP robots could aid disaster relief: Meet the tiny, versatile robots built to navigate high-risk environments." Engadget 6:37 AM
  • "OnePlus 6 price, specs and news: OnePlus pushes out new Android P dev beta/Update brings with it camera improvements and a handful of fixes" The Inquirer 6:36 AM
  • "Fujifilm's oddball XF10 fixed-lens APS-C camera costs only $500: It has an 18.5mm f/2.8 lens and 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor." Engadget 6:36 AM
  • "PUBG game apologises for 'offensive mask'" BBC 7:06 AM
  • "Duolingo launches Hindi language course for English speakers: It's available on the web now and will come to iOS and Android soon" Engadget 7:08 AM