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  • Google DeepMind founders and others including Elon Musk promise not to develop AI weapons

    Some of the world’s most powerful tech leaders and many esteemed academics have signed a pledge promising not to develop lethal autonomous weapons. The most notable signatories include the three co-founders of Google-owned AI research company DeepMind — Demis Hassabis, Shane Legg, and Mustafa Suleyman — as well as controversial Boring Company founder Elon Musk and the head of Google’s AI division, Jeffrey Dean.

    Numerous other tech founders and researchers in the fields of artificial intelligence, robotics, and computer science have added to the 2,515 signatures from 176 organizations around the world.

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    Google DeepMind founders and others including Elon Musk promise not to develop AI weapons was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Deal: Verizon now offering BOGO offers on the Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL

    If you still haven’t had the chance to pick up a new Google Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL, there’s no better time than right now as Verizon is currently offering a sweet deal.

    For a limited time, when you buy a Google Pixel 2 or 2 XL on an installment plan, you’ll get another Google Pixel 2 for free! If you go with a Google Pixel 2 XL instead, you can get a second one discounted after receiving $649.99 in credits — you don’t even need to trade in a smartphone in order to be eligible for this deal.

    Conditions:

    Must sign up for a 24-month installment plan
    Google Pixel 2: $27.08/month in handset payments
    Google Pixel 2 XL: $35.41/month in handset payments
    Credit will appear on your monthly bill up to $649.99 over a 24-month period (will appear within 2 billing cycles)
    Must sign up for a new line with Verizon to be eligible
    Verizon’s eligible plans start at just $55/month for 5GB of data and unlimited talk and text. If you don’t use up your data allowance for the month, your remaining b…

  • Deal: Verizon now offering BOGO offers on the Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL

    If you still haven’t had the chance to pick up a new Google Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL, there’s no better time than right now as Verizon is currently offering a sweet deal.

    For a limited time, when you buy a Google Pixel 2 or 2 XL on an installment plan, you’ll get another Google Pixel 2 for free! If you go with a Google Pixel 2 XL instead, you can get a second one discounted after receiving $649.99 in credits — you don’t even need to trade in a smartphone in order to be eligible for this deal.

    Conditions:

    Must sign up for a 24-month installment plan
    Google Pixel 2: $27.08/month in handset payments
    Google Pixel 2 XL: $35.41/month in handset payments
    Credit will appear on your monthly bill up to $649.99 over a 24-month period (will appear within 2 billing cycles)
    Must sign up for a new line with Verizon to be eligible
    Verizon’s eligible plans start at just $55/month for 5GB of data and unlimited talk and text. If you don’t use up your data allowance for the month, your remaining b…

  • Catalyst Galaxy S9 Impact Protection Case review: Jack of all trades

    Catalyst provides excellent protection in a sleek, stylish package.

    Way back in 2014, a Kickstarter was launched for an iPhone 4 case called the EscapeCapsule. It was a fully-enclosed waterproof case that went on to collect nearly $55,000 in funding from almost 600 backers, and today, the company is known as Catalyst with a case for just about every Apple product you could think of.

    This July, Catalyst finally expanded outside of the Apple ecosystem and launched its Impact Protection Case for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+.

    Even though most Android users are probably unfamiliar with the company, Galaxy S9 customers should pay close attention as this is one of the best cases you can buy for the phone.

    Catalyst Galaxy S9 Impact Protection Case

    Price: $39.99

    Bottom line: Offers more than enough protection in a slim, good-looking package….

  • Corning Gorilla Glass DX and Gorilla Glass DX+ want to make your next smartwatch tougher

    Corning is primarily known as a manufacturer and supplier of hardened glass products for essentially every major smartphone brand in the world. But following yesterday’s introduction of the Gorilla Glass 6, billed as the company’s most durable cover glass yet, we’re now reminded Corning also designs market-leading glass composites for wearable devices. Your next smartwatch, be it a Wear OS or Tizen-powered product, is likely to use either Corning Gorilla Glass DX or Gorilla Glass DX+ protection.

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    Corning Gorilla Glass DX and Gorilla Glass DX+ want to make your next smartwatch tougher was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Vivo NEX with pop-up camera launches in India for ?44,990 ($650)

    Vivo NEX undercuts the OPPO Find X by $200 in India.

    Vivo unveiled the innovative NEX a month ago in China, and the phone is now making its way to India. The phone retails for the equivalent of $700 in China, but Vivo is selling the NEX for just ₹44,990 ($650) on Amazon India. That’s a fantastic deal when you consider the tech on offer.

    The Vivo NEX is powered by a Snapdragon 845, and comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage — that’s the default variant in India. There’s also a 4000mAh battery with Vivo’s own fast charging tech, dual 12MP + 5MP cameras at the back — with the primary camera featuring Sony’s IMX363 imaging module, along with 4-axis OIS and 1.4um pixels.

    The highlight is the 92% screen-to-body ratio, facilitated by a retractable front camera that’s hidden away when not in use. The slider pops up in under half a second, and aside from being an elegant solution to the notch, it just looks cool.

    That’s not all, as the NEX also comes with an in-dis…

  • BlackBerry KEY2 picking up July security patch in latest update

    The KEY2 is picking up its first security patch via an OTA update.

    BlackBerry is rolling out a software update to the KEY2 that includes the July 01, 2018 security patch. The phone made its debut last month running Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box along with BlackBerry’s security suite. We’re still digging through the update, but the latest build removes the Wi-Fi calling feature — it’s likely BlackBerry will re-introduce it in a future update.

    There’s plenty to like in the KEY2. It has a fantastic keyboard, and has much more robust hardware in the form of a Snapdragon 660 chipset, 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB of storage, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.0, and a 3500mAh battery. The device isn’t exactly affordable at $650, but if you’re looking for a physical keyboard coupled with decent hardware, there isn’t anything else out there that comes close.

    BlackBerry KEY2

    BlackBerry KEY2 review
    BlackBerry KEY2: Everything you need to know!
    BlackBerry KEY2 specs
    BlackBerry KEYone revi…

  • BlackBerry KEY2 picking up July security patch in latest update

    The KEY2 is picking up its first security patch via an OTA update.

    BlackBerry is rolling out a software update to the KEY2 that includes the July 01, 2018 security patch. The phone made its debut last month running Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box along with BlackBerry’s security suite. We’re still digging through the update, but the latest build removes the Wi-Fi calling feature — it’s likely BlackBerry will re-introduce it in a future update.

    There’s plenty to like in the KEY2. It has a fantastic keyboard, and has much more robust hardware in the form of a Snapdragon 660 chipset, 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB of storage, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.0, and a 3500mAh battery. The device isn’t exactly affordable at $650, but if you’re looking for a physical keyboard coupled with decent hardware, there isn’t anything else out there that comes close.

    BlackBerry KEY2

    BlackBerry KEY2 review
    BlackBerry KEY2: Everything you need to know!
    BlackBerry KEY2 specs
    BlackBerry KEYone revi…

  • Xiaomi Mi Max 3 pairs huge screen with even huger battery, starting at $250 in China

    It’s getting harder and harder to justify the utility of tablets, especially 7 to 8-inchers, when rising mobile industry stars like Xiaomi keep releasing bigger and bigger phones. The Chinese company’s latest sports an almost ridiculous 6.9-inch screen, and to prove how far it’s come in the war against bezels, the gargantuan Mi Max 3 is illustrated alongside an old 4.7-incher. Next time you complain there’s still a “chin” on your new device, take a look at that side-by-side picture, and marvel.

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    Xiaomi Mi Max 3 pairs huge screen with even huger battery, starting at $250 in China was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • HTC is reportedly exiting the Indian market altogether

    Unable to compete against the likes of Xiaomi and Vivo, HTC is leaving India.

    The last few years have been dismal for HTC in India. The Taiwanese manufacturer was largely to blame for its missteps in the country — time and again, HTC launched products that were priced ridiculously high, were vastly inferior, or a combination of both. HTC also failed to adapt to the onslaught of Chinese companies like Xiaomi, Vivo, and OPPO, and as a consequence it now has a market share of less than 1% in the country.

    The company launched the HTC U11+ earlier this year, but made no effort to market the device. It now looks like HTC is planning to exit the Indian market altogether, according to a report on Economic Times.

    The publication notes that HTC South Asia president and India country head Faisal Siddiqui has quit, along with head of sales Vijay Balachandran and product head R Nayyar. HTC is also said to have asked most of its 80-member team in India to quit, with the exception of CFO R…

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