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#1  MKBHD: ROG Phone 6 Pro Review - Daily Driver Material!

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@tech      By Jago      10 hours ago


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#2 MKBHD: M2 MacBook Pro - Why Does This Exist?

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#3  Watch: Happy 15th Birthday AppleÂ’s IPHONE Series

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@tech      By Playboy69      6 days ago


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#4 Youtube channel recommendations?

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  @tech      By Nov      1 week ago


Just looking for Youtube channel recommendations primarily in the areas of:

Travel
Cooking
True Crime
Boxing (although I think im subscribed to most of the top ones #Press1 @CHAMPSIDE)
NBA
NFL
Fitness
Documentaries
Information Technology
Stocks & Investing Period

Thanks in advance for your replies.

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#5 Solana unveils web3 mobile phone

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@tech      By Sin      1 week ago


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#6 MKBHD: Ford F150 Lightning Is The iPhone Of Pickup Trucks!

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@tech      By Jago      2 weeks ago


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#7  Amazon Announces Alexa Can Mimic the Voice of Deceased Relatives

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@tech      By Grimm      2 weeks ago



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In news that is certainly set to raise some eyebrows, Amazon announced an experimental feature for its voice a*sistant, Alexa, that will let it imitate the voices of dead relatives.

At AmazonÂ’s annual MARS conference, the company showed off a demo in which Alexa reads a bedtime story to a child using the voice of his dead grandmother.

Amazon’s head Alexa AI scientist Rohit Prasad said the feature is meant to highlight Alexa’s “human attributes” which have become more important “in these times of the ongoing pandemic when so many of us have lost someone we love.”

Prasad added that while AI can’t eliminate “that pain of loss” it can carry on the memories of the deceased.

Amazon claims that its AI will be able to imitate someoneÂ’s voice after listening to just a minute of their recorded voice.

Details of how this new AI works aside, the internet is already discussing the ethics of such a tool. After all, anything that was the subject of an episode of Black Mirror canÂ’t possibly be something people are clamoring for.

It should be noted that Amazon isnÂ’t the only company experimenting with using AI to memorialize deceased loved ones. In 2021 Microsoft patented a tool that could potentially turn deceased relatives into chatbots users could communicate.

And itÂ’s clear that raising the dead with technology is becoming the norm, as seen with instances in which CGI was used to bring back Peter CushingÂ’s Grand Moff Tarkin in Rogue One, or Anthony BourdainÂ’s voice in a recent documentary about the travel author.

Would an AI imitating deceased relatives interest you? Personally, IÂ’d rather not though it doesnÂ’t seem to be stopping tech companies from exploring the field.
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#8 Android with iPhone lookin' exterior 'The Nothing Phone'

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  @tech      By AfroBucks88      2 weeks ago


A hands-on with the whole glyph interface in lights on the back of this phone. Will that be enough to differentiate it?

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#9  Galaxy fold 3 samsung deal with free watch

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@tech      By nfo187      2 weeks ago

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#10  My Phone Is Anonymous Now

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@tech      By OniEdition      2 weeks ago


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#11 verizon home internet $25 a month........requires 5g mobile plan

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@tech      By messy marv stan      3 weeks ago

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Verizon is offering its fixed wireless and fiber broadband services, including Fios Home Internet, 5G Home Internet and LTE Home Internet, for as little as $25 per month for subscribers with automatic payments and a premium 5G mobile plan. The $25 Fios offer is for the 300 Mbps fiber broadband plan.

The offering seems aimed at taking market share from cable operators. “At a time when Americans are looking more closely at their finances, it’s important to know that you have a new choice for your home internet,” Frank Boulben, chief revenue officer of Verizon Consumer Group, said in a press release about the Verizon $25 internet offer. “You don’t need to stay with an unreliable provider and you don’t have to sacrifice quality to save.”

Cable companies are having success at bundling broadband and mobile, capturing most of the new mobile net adds in recent quarters. In April, a forecast from MoffettNathanson said that by 2025 wireless will comprise 7.2% of CharterÂ’s revenues and 8.2% of ComcastÂ’s


The firm said that it raised its forecast based on cable company plans for spectrum won in the 2020 CBRS auction, the increasingly favorable nature of the two cable operatorsÂ’ MVNO agreements with Verizon and the multi-line pricing that makes cable wireless attractive to a broader range of customers.


Verizon also offered new details on its Fios fiber broadband service.

They include:

A four-year price guarantee on 1 Gbps and 2 Gbps plans;
New 1 Gbps and 2 Gbps plan options where available;
Symmetrical 300 and 500 Mbps plans available
A complimentary router rental for all Fios Internet plans;
Premium plan perks include up to 12 months of Disney+ free (one $7.99/month subscription) and Verizon Cloud Storage and as much as $100 in gaming credits

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#12  Bx our good friend was laid to rest yesterday, come say your goodbyes

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  @tech      By murderers      3 weeks ago



We didn't have the best of relationships and although I ended leaving you for this girl named Mozilla followed by this chick named Chrome.. I'll always be grateful for you for being a shoulder to lean on when I broke up with that AOL chick

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#13  "playstation just crushes xbox subscription service" and there you have it !!!

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#14  Woman uses AirTag to track cheating boyfriend then k*ll him

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#15  Israeli tech prevents motorcycle crashes

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#16  Google places an engineer on leave after claiming its AI is sentient

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@tech      By nwking      3 weeks ago

Google places an engineer on leave after claiming its AI is sentient

Sentient meaning responsive to or conscious of sense impressions

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#17  Too many losing players in CCP's massive 5G scam and now Beijing faces the dilemma too

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@tech      By ice wolf      3 weeks ago


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#18  This Was Ahead Of Its Time!

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  @tech      By Incel      3 weeks ago



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#19 S23 ultra? 200 mp cam

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@tech      By Wiggy wexler      3 weeks ago


The jordan edition


Fixing 2 wipe out apple sheep

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#20 at&t cartel.......cuts free hbo max from unlimited elite plan

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@tech      By messy marv stan      4 weeks ago

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US operator AT&T cut the free HBO Max streaming service from its newest premium wireless tier that launched this week as it continues to re-tool its tariffs.

HBO Max was included on the mobile operatorÂ’s Unlimited Elite tariff. Unlimited Elite cost $85 per month and included unlimited talk, text, data, and 40 GB of hotspot data.

“HBO Max is a great service, but we constantly experiment with the features we offer our customers to give them the best value,” an AT&T spokesperson wrote in an email to Mobile World Live (MWL).

While Unlimited Elite is no longer listed as one of the plans on AT&TÂ’s website, the spokesperson stated current Unlimited Elite customers werenÂ’t impacted by the change.

The loss of HBO Max could be related to AT&TÂ’s decision to combine WarnerMedia, which included HBO, with Discovery in April. Recon Analytics founder and lead analyst Roger Entner noted the decision to drop HBO Max may have been cost related.

“Content bundles rank, in most circumstances, as one of the lowest of the ten purchase decision factors we track at Recon Analytics,” Entner stated to MWL. “Why pay for something that doesn’t sway the purchase decision in a significant way?”

US website NextTV first reported the mobile operator was not offering HBO Max for free on its premium tariff.

AT&T is now offering Unlimited Premium for $50 per month which also includes unlimited talk, text, and 50 GB of hotspot data.

Verizon is still including Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+ on several of its wireless tariffs while T-Mobile US is offering a free standard Netflix subscription on several of its Magenta Max plans


Changing tariffs


In May, AT&T announced it was raising prices on some of its legacy mobile plans by $6 a month for single-line customers and up to $12 a month for families in an apparent effort to offset rising inflation costs.

The same month, Verizon stated it would add administration fees to monthly bills of $1.35 per single voice line up to $3.30 for four lines starting in June.

T-Mobile announced in late May that it wasnÂ’t raising its wireless prices and that it would offer AT&T and Verizon subscribers up to $1,000 to switch.

Earlier this month, Verizon and T-Mobile issued dueling press releases that attacked each otherÂ’s pricing strategies in attempts to convince wireless consumers they offered the best deals

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