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Google is discontinuing its ‘print replica’ subscriptions for magazines – The Verge

Print replica magazines in Google News were PDF versions of print pages viewable on phones or via desktop. Google will offer full refunds for current subscriptions.

Apple now lets you engrave a poop emoji on your AirPods case – The Verge

Apple will now let you select an emoji engraving for your AirPods case when buying AirPods from its online store. There are only 30 emoji options available, but they look like a fun way to give your AirPods case a little style.

What is going on with Samsung’s ‘artificial human’ project? – Circuit Breaker

For the past few weeks, a Samsung subsidiary named STAR Labs has been teasing what it calls “Neon” — an “artificial human” that will be unveiled at CES 2020. What exactly Neon is or is building isn’t clear, but most signs point to digital avatar technology of…

Segway’s newest self-balancing vehicle is an egg-shaped wheelchair – The Verge

The S-Pod is like a traditional Segway that you can sit in. Instead of leaning to move, though, it’s controlled by a small joystick. And it has an eye-popping top speed of 24 miles per hour.

Nanoleaf’s smart lighting system learns, senses, and reacts to needs – The Verge

Nanoleaf’s Learning Series of smart lighting devices “intuitively learns, senses and reacts to users needs” without relying upon voice or manual controls thanks to the company’s U-IQ sensors and algorithms.

Samsung’s Odyssey G9 curved gaming monitor is a 49-inch QLED monster – Circuit Breaker

Samsung is kicking off CES 2020 with a pair of new gaming monitors, the Odyssey G9 and G7. With a 5120x1440 resolution, 1000R curve, 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and both FreeSync 2 and G-Sync compatibility, the two displays check off every box whil…

Kohler puts an Alexa-enabled smart speaker in a showerhead – Circuit Breaker

Kohler has announced the Moxie Showerhead at CES 2020: a showerhead with a detachable Bluetooth and Alexa-enabled smart speaker. Prices start at $99, and the speaker lasts for five to seven hours on a single charge.

JLab announces $29 pair of true wireless earbuds – Circuit Breaker

JLab’s latest pair of true wireless earbuds, the JLab Go Air, are some of the cheapest we’ve ever come across. The Bluetooth 5 earbuds give 5-hours of battery life out of a single charge, and their case gives you an extra 15-hours.

This AirPower clone is now available to buy – Circuit Breaker

The Zens Liberty, a wireless charging pad which bears more than a passing resemblance to Apple’s AirPower, is now available to buy. It includes 16 overlapping charging coils which can charge two devices simultaneously.

OnePlus’ Concept One smartphone has a ‘disappearing’ camera – Circuit Breaker

OnePlus has been teasing its “Concept One” phone since December, and has finally announced new details. The prototype phone, which won’t be available for general sale, will include an “invisible camera” array on the rear of the device and “color-shifting glas…
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