Bloomberg reported on April 15 that the price of the PS5 might be higher than previously expected due to its specs and that Sony may offer fewer consoles at launch because it expects the higher price will muffle demand. According to Bloomberg, the company told partners it plans to make 5 to 6 million units by March 2021, which would be fewer than the number of PS4 consoles launched in 2013. Also, the coronavirus pandemic isn't exactly a great time for marketing a new device. … [Read more...] about Sony PS5: Price, release date, games, Xbox Series X comparison and everything else we know
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While most of features on the original Moto X had their own app, on this year's model the major features were gathered together in a single, awesome Moto app. Here, we have the activity-based settings and features in Moto Assist, the gesture controls in Moto Actions, the notifications of Moto Display, and this year's version of Touchless Controls: Moto Voice. … [Read more...] about 5 things new Moto X (2014) owners need to know
2011On Oct. 5, one day before the iPhone 4S (the first iPhone with Siri) went on sale, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died from complications related to pancreatic cancer at the age of 56. Jobs had resigned as CEO six weeks earlier, at which point COO Tim Cook assumed the top spot. Meg Whitman became CEO of HP a year after she lost her bid for California governor, and Ginny Rometty took the reins at IBM. Nest introduced its first Learning Thermostat, Snapchat and Uber officially launched, Twitter played a pivotal role in the Arab Spring, and Google tried its hand at social media with Google+. The social network would close eight years later. … [Read more...] about From Amazon to Zuckerberg: 25 years of technology
In hospitals, the geometry of the room, shadowing, timing and the type of material or object being disinfected are all accounted for when experts determine the right dosage of UVC needed to kill pathogens. But that kind of "quality assurance is really hard out in the world, out in the wild," Scott said. At-home devices don't offer that kind of precision, so using them could offer a false assurance that SARS-CoV-2 has been eliminated when it hasn't, he noted. "Having something you think is clean, but it's not, is worse than something that you know is dirty" because it affects your behavior toward that object, he said. … [Read more...] about Does UV light kill the new coronavirus?
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues unabated in many countries, an ever-growing group of people is being shifted from the "infected" to the "recovered" category. But are they truly recovered? A lot of anecdotal reports have indicated that many of those with severe infections are experiencing a difficult recovery, with lingering symptoms, some of which remain debilitating. Now, there's a small study out of Italy in which a group of infected people was tracked for an average of 60 days after their infection was discovered. And the study confirms that symptoms remain long after there's no detectable virus. … [Read more...] about Two months after infection, COVID-19 symptoms persist