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August 19, 2015

‘BlackBerry Venice’ Rumored for November Launch on all Four Major U.S. Carriers

Back in June we exclusively revealed that BlackBerry’s next flagship device, the Venice slider will be launching in November of this year. According to one of my favorite @evleaks,  not only is that date correct, but you’ll be able to get this device at more places other than just ShopBlackBerry.com.

The latest rumor points to all four major U.S. carriers getting the rights to sell the BlackBerry Slider when it becomes available. There’s no exclusivity in play here, and all of these wireless partners want to sell this new device. For BlackBerry, that’s huge news as it’ll be their first device to be available nationwide like that since the [...]

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August 18, 2015

Review: Motorola Moto G (2015) is the best phone you can get for under $200

When Motorola announced the follow-up to its 2-year-old Moto G line, I have to admit I wasn’t as excited as others. While I understand the purpose, and importance of mid-tier phones, they’ve never really gotten me excited like flagships do. After getting a chance to use the 2015 Moto G, however, my expectations of what a smartphone from this segment is meant to be have been obliterated.

The third-generation Moto G has added a few great improvements from previous versions. It’s a lot nicer to look at, it’s more customizable, has LTE connectivity, a better camera, and pretty decent battery life. In my opinion, it not only redefines what a mid-tier device [...]

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August 17, 2015

Artificial Brain that can Educate Itself Created by Russian Scientists

Russian scientists are one step closer to crafting full artificial intelligence. A physical model of a brain has been designed, with the ability to educate itself.

Tomsk State University in western Siberia housed an international team of scientists who “built mathematical and computer models of the human brain,” said the head of the laboratory, Professor FIT Vladimir Syryamkin. “After that it was designed radio-electronic device comprising perceptrons. It is capable of handling various information (video, audio, etc.) Now we are working to establish the basic system robotic system, which is an intelligent control center.”

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August 14, 2015

Australia Opens First-ever Virtual Reality Experience Facility

Virtual Reality has quickly become the work of fiction into reality, much like drones. Thus far, those who have wanted the VR experience have had to purchase a headset on their own accord. However, that has all changed today, at least for those in Australia (like me).

Zero Latency, located in Melbourne, is the world’s first VR entertainment facility. Today marks their doors officially opening to the public. Zero Latency wants to extend the VR experience to those who want to see what it’s like, but not drop the potentially hundreds of dollars on a headset or thousands on a powerful computer.

It has taken over three years for Zero Latency to get the facility built [...]

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August 13, 2015

Hands on with Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 edge+

While making a fifth generation Galaxy Note is really a no-brainer, making a bigger S6 edge wasn’t exactly a safe bet in my opinion. When we first heard that Samsung was getting ready to super size their S6 edge, I wasn’t convinced this was a smart idea. Thankfully, Samsung has really thought out the design of this device and made it incredibly well. They say first impressions are extremely important and both the Note 5 and the S6 edge + do not disappoint. Here are some quick thoughts on today’s new devices. 

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August 12, 2015

Twitter Removes 140 Character Limit on Direct Messages

The popular social network Twitter has removed their 140 character limit for direct messages, and updates are already rolling out for their iOS, Android and Mac apps, as well as TweetDeck. It’ll be rolling out through the next few weeks so you probably won’t see the change just yet.

We heard about this change back in June, and since Twitter has been making changes on its platform, and its crew, to make the whole Twitter experience better. The limit will only be removed for direct messages, tweets and DMs sent via SMS will still be limited to 140 characters.

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