Month: March 2022

The Internet’s Response To Ukraine Has Been Peak Cringe

Going back to the pop culture references, many on Twitter are making memes that show Zelensky photoshopped as various Marvel characters, including Captain America. Some people have decided he resembles actor Jeremy Renner, who plays Hawkeye in the Marvel films, and have “cast” the actor in the role of Zelensky…

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Honor’s Earbuds 3 Pro come with built-in temperature monitoring

Along with its 100W charging-capable Magic 4 phone, Honor has announced new Earbuds 3 Pro that include built-in temperature monitoring technology. According to Honor, this technology is an industry first, that owners can experience once the €199 buds are released. Temperature monitoring, among other signals, has become especially important to…

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AT&T wants to give its 5G customers more freedom than ever before

Audio player loading… AT&T has announced its plans to expand its 5G network in an effort to allow customers in the US to roam off of private networks while still remaining connected to its public mobile network. The telecom is collaborating with Microsoft and using Azure private MEC to deploy…

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Instagram says it’ll stop supporting the IGTV app

Instagram has announced that it will no longer be supporting the separate IGTV app, saying in a blog post that it will instead focus on keeping all video in the main Instagram app (via TechCrunch). While the writing’s been on the wall for Instagram’s YouTube competitor for a while, the…

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Facebook blocks RT and Sputnik pages in the EU

Meta, the parent company of Facebook, has blocked Russian state media outlets RT and Sputnik across the European Union, the company said Monday. The change means that the RT and Sputnik pages aren’t visible in the EU on Facebook and Instagram, Meta spokesperson Andy Stone tells The Verge. “We have…

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