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Olympic ski smash highlights the perils of sports photography

A group of professional photographers at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang this week found themselves caught up in the action when a skier lost control and slammed right into them. It happened as Swiss competitor Lara Gut competed in the women’s giant slalom at the end of last week. TV cameras captured the incident, and show Gut falling before sliding at speed into a group of photographers positioned off to the side of the course. The foot...
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Learn to use your tablet like an ace with these eight iPad Pro tips and tricks

Jessica Lee Star/Digital Trends When the original iPad launched in 2010, it was in many ways a glorified iPhone with a significantly larger screen. That’s not to say it wasn’t an amazing product for the time — simply that you couldn’t do a whole lot on it that wasn’t already possible on Apple’s smaller hardware. The idea of a responsive, stylus-free tablet was innovative enough, so things like multitasking support and flashy gesture control...
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Keen to stay with her belongings, a woman climbed into an X-ray machine

Pear TV Security personnel operating X-ray machines at airports and other transport hubs have a hugely responsible job and need high levels of concentration as they carefully analyze the contents of each item passing through. And while most will see nothing particularly outstanding during a typical shift, there will be times when an object causes the operator to sit up and take notice. An object like … well … a human. This is what appeared ...
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Meet the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, the power behind next-gen phones

The highly anticipated and heavily rumored Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor is finally here. The new chip is set to power the next generation of high-power, flagship-quality smartphones this year, likely starting with the likes of Xiaomi and Samsung, both of which took the stage at Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Summit in Hawaii this week. Already, developers are building ways to take full advantage of the new chip. Elliptic Labs, for example, anno...
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Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini robot now features a terrifying appendage

If you found yourself trembling with fear at the sight of Boston Dynamics’ updated SpotMini dog-like robot when it bounded into view last November, then you’re going to suffer a full-on meltdown when you see the latest version. The SpotMini now comes with a terrifying appendage, one so incredibly versatile that the feared robot apocalypse now seems more “when” not “if.” In a video that’s as entertaining as it is unnerving, we first see Nove...
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Apple may be the one of the world’s largest watchmakers

Apple is one of the world’s largest tech companies and thanks to the Apple Watch, it’s now one of the biggest watchmakers as well. In fact, Business Insider has reported that Apple’s line of smartwatches outsold the entire Swiss watch industry last quarter. The data comes from industry researcher   Canalys  and IDC, which compared its estimated sales of Apple Watches to the sales data released by the Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry. ...
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What does it take to photograph the Olympics? Grit, not gear

On Friday, February 9, athletes from a record-breaking 92 countries will stand in the opening ceremonies of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. But as the athletes prepare to compete in the largest global sporting event yet, the Olympics can be almost just as career-changing for another group that will be there: the photographers on the sidelines. So what is it like to wield a camera rather than a pair of skates or a bobsl...
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The Nanocase uses graphene to make your iPhone’s battery last longer

Put this case on, and you’ll get better battery life from your iPhone. How’s that for a benefit? There’s also no extra battery involved, no massive bulky pack to carry around, and actually no need to change anything about your device at all. It’s called the Nanocase and it’s very unusual. It is the world’s first to use graphene — a material with many different benefits, one being to conduct heat 10 times more efficiently than copper — to im...
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Ahead of potential federal law, Seattle is asking Facebook for election data

Federal law doesn’t yet require social media companies to disclose data on political ads, but Seattle is now asking Facebook and Google to send additional data on ad spending from the city’s last election. According to Reuters , the city is asking the tech companies to provide the data in accordance with a 1977 law that was previously unenforced for online ads. The law requires that companies selling ads for the city’s elections to keep pub...
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Everything you need to know about the budget Honor 7X

Honor is making a name for itself as the brand to turn to when you want a bang-up smartphone without having to spend a fortune to get one. The Honor 7X is the follow-up to the  Honor 6X , which launched last year, and it packs in the must-have features we love to see in smartphones these days — a dual-lens camera, a full-display screen, a metal body, and a fantastic design. After its October 2017 reveal in China, the Honor 7X has been avail...
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