• Break's over: Who's still up for the Galaxy Fold? By SlashGear   -   Apr 20, 2019

    BREAK'S OVER: WHO'S STILL UP FOR THE GALAXY FOLD?

    Samsung has had better days. After exploding phones, faulty foldable screens were the last thing it could want. From its PR to R&D...

    Tech, Samsung, Phone, Archive, Columns, foldable, Phones
  • China reveals ‘Marine Lizard' amphibious autonomous landing vehicle By SlashGear   -   Apr 20, 2019

    CHINA REVEALS ‘MARINE LIZARD' AMPHIBIOUS AUTONOMOUS LANDING VEHICLE

    Chinese state media has revealed ‘Marine Lizard,' an autonomous amphibious landing vehicle designed for the nation's military. The...

    Archive, Business, China, Military, Weapons
  • American Horror Story Season 9 theme revealed: ‘AHS 1984' By SlashGear   -   Apr 20, 2019

    AMERICAN HORROR STORY SEASON 9 THEME REVEALED: ‘AHS 1984'

    The upcoming ninth season of FX horror series American Horror Story finally has a name, though it's slightly misleading: AHS 1984....

    Archive, television
  • Netflix to launch production hub in Brooklyn as part of NYC investment By SlashGear   -   Apr 20, 2019

    NETFLIX TO LAUNCH PRODUCTION HUB IN BROOKLYN AS PART OF NYC INVESTMENT

    In an announcement on Thursday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo revealed that Netflix will open a production hub in New York City. The...

    Archive, Business, Netflix
  • This ‘watch' may be the future of emergency allergy shots By SlashGear   -   Apr 20, 2019

    THIS ‘WATCH' MAY BE THE FUTURE OF EMERGENCY ALLERGY SHOTS

    Some allergies trigger severe reactions that require immediate medical treatment, and the first response in these situations is typically...

    Archive, medical, Research
  • Amazon Flex now requires delivery drivers to snap selfies By SlashGear   -   Apr 20, 2019

    AMAZON FLEX NOW REQUIRES DELIVERY DRIVERS TO SNAP SELFIES

    Amazon now requires its Amazon Flex delivery drivers to take selfies in order to prove their identity. The company says this new requirement...

    Archive, Amazon, safety
  • Leica censored in China over unauthorized Tiananmen Square video By SlashGear   -   Apr 20, 2019

    LEICA CENSORED IN CHINA OVER UNAUTHORIZED TIANANMEN SQUARE VIDEO

    German camera company Leica has been censored in China following the publication of an unauthorized, dramatic advertisement set during...

    Archive, China, Leica, Photography
  • SiriusXM Essential streaming plan offers 300 radio channels By SlashGear   -   Apr 20, 2019

    SIRIUSXM ESSENTIAL STREAMING PLAN OFFERS 300 RADIO CHANNELS

    SiriusXM, the company known for its satellite radio service, has announced a new streaming plan that offers subscribers more than 300...

    Archive, Audio, SIRIUS, streaming
  • Cannabis users gain less weight despite the munchies By SlashGear   -   Apr 19, 2019

    CANNABIS USERS GAIN LESS WEIGHT DESPITE THE MUNCHIES

    It's no secret that cannabis can cause an increase in appetite typically referred to as the munchies, but that doesn't correlate with...

    Archive, Research, study
  • Epic banned 1100 cheaters during Fortnite World Cup Qualifier By SlashGear   -   Apr 19, 2019

    EPIC BANNED 1100 CHEATERS DURING FORTNITE WORLD CUP QUALIFIER

    Cheaters are a common problem on popular games, and though they're never welcome, these players are a particularly serious issue in...

    Archive, Epic Games, Fortnite, games
  • US police test lasso gun that wraps suspects in Kevlar cord By SlashGear   -   Apr 19, 2019

    US POLICE TEST LASSO GUN THAT WRAPS SUSPECTS IN KEVLAR CORD

    Multiple police departments in the US are testing a ‘lasso gun' that shoots a Kevlar tether at suspects. The non-lethal weapon works...

    Archive, Business, Military, Weapons
  • Blood pressure drug reduces build-up of toxic proteins behind dementia By SlashGear   -   Apr 19, 2019

    BLOOD PRESSURE DRUG REDUCES BUILD-UP OF TOXIC PROTEINS BEHIND DEMENTIA

    Felodipine, a drug used to treat high blood pressure, may also prevent the build-up of toxic proteins in the brain that are associated...

    Archive, Research, study
  • Google wants to curb phishing by blocking embedded Chrome logins By SlashGear   -   Apr 19, 2019

    GOOGLE WANTS TO CURB PHISHING BY BLOCKING EMBEDDED CHROME LOGINS

    Man in the middle attacks are a major concern when it comes to protecting login credentials online, and Google is looking to better...

    Google, Archive, Chrome, google, security
  • Reducing brain aging may be as simple as light physical activity By SlashGear   -   Apr 19, 2019

    REDUCING BRAIN AGING MAY BE AS SIMPLE AS LIGHT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

    Even healthy brains age and that aging process is associated with a number of issues, including problems with working memory and, in...

    Archive, Research, study
  • NASA finally launched bees into space By SlashGear   -   Apr 19, 2019

    NASA FINALLY LAUNCHED BEES INTO SPACE

    Robotic bees, oh god! This is just like that time Homer Simpson brought a bag of chips on a space flight and crashed into an ant farm!...

    Archive, ISS, NASA, Research, Space
  • Netflix's The Witcher series will debut this year By SlashGear   -   Apr 19, 2019

    NETFLIX'S THE WITCHER SERIES WILL DEBUT THIS YEAR

    Way back in May 2017, Netflix announced plans to make a new series centered around The Witcher, a pretty familiar name in the world...

    Archive, Home Entertainment, Netflix, television
  • Samsung S8, S9, S10, Note vital updates: Here's what's new today By SlashGear   -   Apr 19, 2019

    SAMSUNG S8, S9, S10, NOTE VITAL UPDATES: HERE'S WHAT'S NEW TODAY

    Android updates for Samsung devices are coming in fast, and it's high time you got current. Today we're having a peek at the latest...

    Samsung, Android, Archive, Features, google, Phones, smartphones, Software
  • Instagram prototype hides likes for better focus on content By SlashGear   -   Apr 19, 2019

    INSTAGRAM PROTOTYPE HIDES LIKES FOR BETTER FOCUS ON CONTENT

    These days, social media can feel less like a useful way to keep in touch with friends and family and more like a popularity contest...

    Instagram, Archive, Apps, instagram, social media
  • New Star Wars trailer's Emperor hint: JJ Abrams clarifies By SlashGear   -   Apr 19, 2019

    NEW STAR WARS TRAILER'S EMPEROR HINT: JJ ABRAMS CLARIFIES

    The new Star Wars Episode 9 trailer included a laugh track you may've recognized. You probably reacted to the end of the first trailer...

    Archive, movies, Sci-fi, science fiction, Star Wars, trailer
  • Netflix has secretly started testing a ‘random episode' feature By SlashGear   -   Apr 19, 2019

    NETFLIX HAS SECRETLY STARTED TESTING A ‘RANDOM EPISODE' FEATURE

    Netflix, obviously, is a service that offers a lot of content, and sometimes, this can lead to choice paralysis among its users. Attempting...

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