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NBA Restart Plan Includes Using Oura Rings to Catch COVID-19 Symptoms

While the NBA continues to move toward restarting its season with players and other personnel isolated at Walt Disney World in Orlando, details of how it hopes to manage the people on site are leaking out. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, the specifics were laid out in an informational memo dubbed “Life inside the Bubble,” that described testing plans, quarantine protocols and more…


Adobe Wants Users to Uninstall Flash Player by the End of the Year

Adobe plans to prompt users and ask them to uninstall Flash Player from their computers by the end of the year when the software is scheduled to reach End-Of-Life (EOL), on December 31, 2020…


Boston Dynamics Will Now Sell Any Business Its Own Spot Robot for $74,500

Robotmaker Boston Dynamics has finally put its four-legged robot Spot on general sale. After years of development, the company began leasing the machine to businesses last year, and, as of today, is now letting any US firm buy their very own Spot for $74,500…


After 15 Years, Apple Prepares to Break Up With Intel

OAKLAND, Calif. — Silicon Valley is bracing for a long-expected breakup of Apple and Intel, signaling both the end of one of the tech industry’s most influential partnerships and Apple’s determination to take more control of how its products are built…


Samsung Reveals US Pricing for Its Very Curved Gaming Monitors

Samsung revealed its first Odyssey gaming monitors back at CES 2020, and the acute curves and wild designs definitely made an impression on us. We also learned the specs, including the 240Hz refresh rate, 1-millisecond response time and HDR capability of the QLED and VA panels. What we didn’t know then was the US pricing, but Samsung has finally revealed that crucial information today…


Stretchable Displays Are Not a Stretch, Says LG Display

LG Display says it will develop a stretchable micro light-emitting diode (LED) display by 2024 as part of a state-run project led by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy…


Elon Musk’s Company SpaceX Applies to Offer High-Speed Internet Service to Canadians

Elon Musk’s SpaceX has applied to offer high-speed internet to Canadians living in remote areas by beaming it to them via satellites…

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