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iPhone 11 Pro meets Tesla Cybertruck with Caviar’s ‘Cyberphone’ for an unlisted price

Apple and Tesla make some of the most sought after products and the luxury device accessory company, Caviar is blending the two with its latest iPhone 11 Pro modification, the Cyberphone. Yep, a mashup of Tesla’s upcoming Cybertruck with the latest flagship iPhone. Caviar is known for making outlandish versions of the latest iPhones, like gold and diamond-adorned models that cost over…
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MobileNews

Apple’s Powerbeats 4 appear in latest iOS 13 update

Apple could soon launch a new version of its Powerbeats earbuds if imagery discovered in the latest version of iOS by MacRumors is to be believed. The Powerbeats are Apple’s semi-wireless earbuds. The two earbuds are connected together by a single cable but connect…
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Google could add call recording to its Android Phone app

Google’s Phone app could soon let you not only record calls but transcribe them, according to an APK breakdown from 9to5Google and tests by XDA Developer. The latest version 44 of the app includes code that shows not only the existence of the feature, but how it could be legally implemented. On top of that, another snippet indicates that it might let you transcribe calls, likely using…
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GamingNews

Sensor Tower: Nintendo mobile games have earned $1 billion

Nintendo‘s mobile games have earned a combined $1 billion in revenue, according to market analyst Sensor Tower. This includes six games from Nintendo, starting with Super Mario Run in 2016. The latest, Mario Kart Tour, released in September. 2017’s Fire Emblem: Heroes…
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Pokémon Home app launches in February for iOS, Android, and Switch

The Pokémon Company and Nintendo announced today that Pokémon Home will launch in February for Android, iOS, and Switch. Pokémon Home is an app that will make it easier for fans of the monster-collecting franchise to store, trade, and transfer Pokémon among different games. With the mobile version, players can have access to their critters from Pokémon Go, although support for that game…
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AI & RoboticsNews

Google brings cross-platform AI pipeline framework MediaPipe to the web

Roughly a year ago, Google open-sourced MediaPipe, a framework for building cross-platform AI pipelines consisting of fast inference and media processing (like video decoding). Basically, it’s a quick and dirty way to perform object detection, face detection, hand tracking, multi-hand tracking, hair segmentation, and other such tasks in a modular fashion, with popular machine learning frameworks…
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