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How We Achieved an Olympic Feat of Immersive Journalism

Photo View of figure skater Nathan Chen in AR. Credit Graham Roberts/The New York Times On Monday, The New York Times published its first augmented reality feature. The article, written by John Branch, includes four AR moments and is a preview of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Readers are able to meet world-class Olympic competitors — the figure skater Nathan Chen, the big-air snowboarder Anna Gasser, the short-track speed skater J.R. Celski and the hockey goalie Alex Rigsby…

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we don’t know how to make voice assistants better, but here’s how not to make them worse / Boing Boing

Every three years, the US Copyright Office asks for proposals for exemptions to Section 1201 of the DMCA, which bans breaking DRM; in 2015, the Electronic Frontier Foundation won a broad “jailbreaking” exemption to modify the firmware of phones and tablets; this year, we’re asking for that permission to be extended to smart speakers like Alexa/Echo, Google Home, Apple HomePods, and the smaller players in the market. We argue that while no one really knows what the best…

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These Bose Noise-Cancelling Headphones Are Half-Off Right Now

Some audiophiles dislike Bose with a passion, and noise cancelling in general. The hate is unwarranted. Here at WIRED, we love these headphones, and it’s hard to top Bose QuietComfort series. Bose’s noise cancelling technology has come a long way, making the QC series among best headphones for travel or to wear during a noisy commute. Usually, you have to pay about $300 for a set of QuietComfort 25s, but this week Newegg is selling the QC25 series for up…

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China’s Didi, SoftBank target Japan in taxi-hailing push

SHANGHAI/TOKYO (Reuters) – China’s Didi Chuxing and SoftBank Group Corp will roll out a venture in Japan later this year to provide ride-hailing services, amid a global battle to control the technology increasingly central to urban transport. The move into Japan underscores a recent push by Didi to beef up its presence in markets outside China, although it will face challenges to expand its services in a country where existing taxi companies are lobbying hard against deregulation. In Japan, ride-hailing…

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Civilization VI: Rise and Fall Review

It took Civilization V two full expansions to become the classic it’s regarded as today. Civilization VI is halfway there. While my 2016 review of Civ VI was glowing, it did come with the historical reservation that Civilization games are so big, and their design process so ever-evolving, that they’re rarely a masterpiece from the get-go. So while Civ VIshould be lauded for some of its positive steps, like the intricate district system and more flexible policies design, it also…

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Amazon’s delivery drones could hitch rides on trucks to save power

Amazon is serious about its Prime Air drone delivery plan, and has a busy R&D team working on the project. Its latest idea may seem a little puzzling, however, as it describes allowing drones to hitch rides on trucks. The post Amazon’s delivery drones could hitch rides on trucks to save power appeared first on Digital Trends. Source link

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Members of the U.K. Parliament grill American tech giants over the spread of fake news.

A Facebook logo is seen at the Facebook Gather conference in Brussels on January 23, 2018. (Reuters/Yves Herman) Eleven members of parliament from the United Kingdom journeyed to a large ballroom in Washington D.C. Thursday to learn about fake news from three U.S. social media giants, Google, Facebook and Twitter. The meeting was unusual — the official parliamentary session was the first time a House of Commons committee broadcast a public hearing live from outside the United Kingdom. And it wasn’t exactly cordial. “Why…

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What Apps Have You Deleted Lately?

After the incessant mind-numbing news cycle and a distressing car accident, I dramatically deleted Twitter from my phone early last year, giving my brain a break from the creeping sense of exhaustion that was building up over the holidays. And when I finally did it, a fellow Twitter user offered a prescient, super obvious warning: “Make sure you don’t just trade addictions,” they said. Don’t just swap one bad behaviour for another. Right, of course I won’t. I wouldn’t! I figured this would…

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Here’s What A Winter Olympics Photographer Carries In Their Bag

In sub-zero temperatures, Ryan Pierse has to get on hands and knees for the perfect shot. As a photographer for Getty Images, he’s tasked with capturing the once-in-a-lifetime moments that occur throughout this year’s PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Aussie Gold medals? He’ll be all over it. With that huge responsibility, he isn’t cutting any corners – he’s brought with him more camera bodies, lenses and hand warmers than should be physically possible – and he’s given us a look at exactly…

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The Unicode Consortium has accepted 157 new emoji, including redheads

The Unicode Consortium has accepted 157 new emoji — how have we not reached an emoji limit, yet? Among the new emoji are red-haired smileys.  In addition to red hair, there’s white hair, curly hair and bald options for all smiley emoji. Also among the 157 new emoji: a smiley face with three hearts, a hot face, a cold face, a dizzy face and a pleading face. There are also kangaroos, raccoons, badgers, superheroes and a supervillain. 🎁 🎉✨ Unicode Emoji…

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