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A Blurry Photo of Samsung’s Next Foldable is Possibly Out

Published on 01/10/2020 @ 9 AM EST

Based on the information from Korean outlet Ajunews, Samsung's next foldable is to be modeled after a makeup compact and intended to appeal to female customers. Named the Galaxy Bloom, this phone is said to use foldable glass instead of a plastic polymer for its display.

Walmart’s Alphabot Grocery Picker Goes Operational

Published on 01/10/2020 @ 9 AM EST

Working alongside staff in a warehouse behind the Salem superstore, the Alphabot grocery picker are now into the real world. The system will easily locate an item, pick it and bring it to a workstation to be checked and bagged by a staff member.

Spotify Podcast Ads will be Powered by Streaming Ad Insertion (SAI)

Published on 01/09/2020 @ 8 AM EST

Based on user data, Spotify will be using their Streaming Ad Insertion (SAI) technology to show ads in between podcasts. These ads will be targeted based on user preference, location, and a lot more.

Intel is Getting in the Graphics Game with DG1 GPU

Published on 01/08/2020 @ 7 AM EST

The DG1 GPU is based on Xe architecture. It is the same graphics architecture that will power Intel’s integrated graphics on the upcoming 10nm Tiger Lake chips. Previewed at the CES 2020 keynote, these are supposed to deliver doubled graphics performance as compared to the previous version.

Lamborghini and Rivian Will Now Have Amazon Alexa in Their Cars

Published on 01/06/2020 @ 10 AM EST

The new luxury cars to join the Amazon Alexa compatibility league are Lamborghini and Rivian. While Lamborghini is bringing Alexa to its Huracán Evo, Rivian will integrate Alexa into its first two all-electric vehicles, the R1S SUV and R1T pickup truck. It will also be integrated into its 100,000 all-electric Amazon delivery vans.

New Lithium-Sulfur Batteries Can Give Your Phone a 5-Day Battery Life

Published on 01/06/2020 @ 9 AM EST

Monash University researchers have crafted a unique lithium-sulfur battery range that can give your phone 5-day battery life. A car-sized pack of this battery can theoretically keep an EV driving for more than 621 miles. It's also environment-friendly and highly cost-effective at the same time.