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Samsung will reportedly debut its next Galaxy S phones in January 2021 – The Verge

Samsung’s next flagship phone could arrive in January 2021, with three models of the Galaxy S30 (or S21): a standard, a Plus, and an Ultra.

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New leaked renders show the camera bump from the S20 line is likely included
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Samsungs next flagship phone could arrive in January 2021, Android Central reported. And new leaked renders show the camera bump of the Galaxy S20 will also feature in the forthcoming Galaxy S30 (or S21; the name isnt official yet).
According to reliable leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer (aka @OnLeaks), the Galaxy S30 standard model will have a 6.2…

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Garmin Instinct Esports Edition with Special Software: An Explainer of Sorts – DC Rainmaker

File this one under ‘Things you didn’t have on your 2020 Bingo Card’, Garmin has launched a new version of the Instinct lineup focused on esports, which will transmit…

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File this one under Things you didnt have on your 2020 Bingo Card, Garmin has launched a new version of the Instinct lineup focused on esports, which will transmit via Bluetooth Smart live your heart rate, stress, and Body Battery metrics (three common metrics on Garmin wearables). Those three live data feeds can then be picked up by a new piece of Garmin software on your PC called STR3AMUP!, which in turn can be used by Streaming apps like OBS or XSplit to be overlaid atop your existing stream….

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Google tests smart displays that activate without a wake word – The Verge

A new feature being internally tested at Google could remove the need to say “Hey Google” before giving a voice command to its Nest Hub smart display. A new “Blue…

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Proximity replaces saying Hey, Google

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Random: Here’s How Microsoft’s Phil Spencer Reacted To Minecraft Steve’s Smash Bros. Meat – Nintendo Life

“Is it bad?”

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You probably know the story by now, but when Minecraft’s Steve joined the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster earlier this month, fans quickly discovered that his victory screen contained a very unfortunate bit of meat placement. It quickly did the rounds on social media and became one of the biggest gaming stories of the day because the internet.
It’s actually been fixed now the game’s latest patch now has Steve gobbling up his meat, rather than simply letting it hang but not before Microsoft’s Phil…

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