Samsung’s big Gear S3 smartwatch arrives November 18

Samsung Gear S3 Been a while since we’ve heard much about the Gear S3. Since it was first shown off back in August at IFA, Apple has announced and released their own new offering and, of course, Samsung’s been slightly preoccupied with other things. But fear not, the super-sized smartwatch will be arriving in time for the holidays. Pre-orders start November 6 and the device will bit hitting… Read More

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DJI sends invites for November 15 event, Inspire 2 likely to debut

033116wb33jyxmz3oj9s98 It seems DJI is about to announce the next generation of the Inspire drone. The company recently sent invites for a November 15 event in LA with the tagline of Control / Create, clearly a nod to the Inspire’s dual-controller capability and target market of Hollywood creators. The event would be two years and one day after DJI announced the original Inspire drone. The first Inspire was… Read More

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Google’s Daydream View VR headset arrives in stores November 10

daydream-view-2 Google has announced exactly when you’ll be able to get your hands on Daydream View, the new headset it created for Daydream-ready Android phones, including the Pixel and Pixel XL. The View headset will arrive in the Google Store online, and at retailers in the US, Canada, the UK, Germany and Australia on November 10 for $ 79 US. Pricing in the other countries varies, but is mostly in… Read More

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Google’s November Self-Driving Car Report Details Learnings, A Pull-Over, And A Rear-End Collision

Screen Shot 2015-12-01 at 3.45.59 PM Google’s monthly self-driving car reports are fun to read through, and gives transparent accounts of what the team is up to, how the cars are performing, and any lessons learned along the way. Last month focused on pedestrians with Halloween being a helper. Read More

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Russia’s Regulators: Google Has Until November 18th To Play Fair

Screen Shot 2015-10-05 at 11.32.59 AM Early last month, Russia’s FAS (Federal Antimonopoly Service) stated that Google had violated Russian competition rules with its stock apps in Android. The folks complaining happen to be Google’s biggest competition in Russia…Yandex. Today, the FAS announced that Google has until November 18 “to eliminate the violation of the law on protection of competition in terms… Read More
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