Daily Archives: February 20, 2019

Get Free AAA Games and In-Game Items by Checking These Services 

https://lifehacker.com/get-free-aaa-games-and-in-game-items-by-checking-these-1832733587 I like free games. And I’m not just talking about freeware or open-source titles that are either maddeningly complex or of occasionally suspicious quality. Triple-A titles, when discounted to the low price of zero, are great. Read more… via … Continue reading

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Here’s Why Most Modern Cars Have That Weird Flat Edge In the Bodywork Around the Wheel

https://jalopnik.com/heres-why-most-modern-cars-have-that-weird-flat-edge-in-1832739443 There’s an extremely common design trend that may have slipped by right under your nose, slowly taking over seemingly ever new car on the road, one by one. It’s only maybe a couple inches wide at most, and at … Continue reading

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Samsung’s foldable phone is finally official—meet the Galaxy Fold

https://arstechnica.com/?p=1459689 43 with 39 posters participating Samsung’s first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold. Samsung Here it is is its folded mode. Those bezels are not tiny! Samsung It’s capable of displaying three apps at once. Samsung It resembles a typical … Continue reading

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Download Coloring Pages From Over 100 Museums

https://lifehacker.com/download-coloring-pages-from-over-100-museums-1832753859 Over a hundred museums and libraries around the world make coloring books based on their collections for the Color Our Collections program, led by the New York Academy of Medicine. Along with three previous annual collections, there are now … Continue reading

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MIT developed a new system to help robots track objects

https://www.engadget.com/2019/02/19/mit-rfid-tags-improve-robotic-accuracy/ Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a new system that will either improve the quality and accuracy of robotics or lead to humanity’s inevitable demise at the hands of mechanical overlords. Using RFID tags, the researchers … Continue reading

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TSMC’s Fab 14B Photoresist Material Incident: $550 Million in Lost Revenue

https://www.anandtech.com/show/13975/tsmcs-fab-14b-photoresist-material-incident-550-million-in-lost-revenue TSMC on Friday revealed more details regarding an incident with a photoresist material at its Fab 14B earlier this year. The contaminated chemical damaged wafers on TSMC’s 12 nm and 16 nm lines, and the company now expects the … Continue reading

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Xbox One Gets Open Modding Platform Through A Third-Party

https://www.gamespot.com/articles/xbox-one-gets-open-modding-platform-through-a-thir/1100-6465093/ Cities: Skylines publisher Paradox Interactive has announced it is partnering with Microsoft to bring its opening modding platform, Paradox Mods, to Xbox One. Beginning today, February 20, players will be able to download and play mods for select Paradox … Continue reading

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