4K Chromebook hardware with codename ‘Atlas’ emerges

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Back in February, a commit to the Chromium Gerrit revealed that “secret” 4K Chromebooks were in the pipeline. The comment attached to the commit, at the time, seemed like just a wink and a nod to the future possibility, but it appears there may be a specific name attached to Chrome OS’ 4K future. “Atlas” is the codename for a 4K-equipped board recently discovered in a file on Google’s Chromium Git. 

For the uninitiated, Chromebooks, like Android phones, have a secret name attached to their hardware.

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Facebook latest: video issue emerges; firm blocks data brokers; tech workers say they will delete accounts

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Concerns over Facebook’s privacy policies don’t appear to be diminishing. Some users taking advantage of the opportunity to download an archive of all the data Facebook holds in their account are discovering a surprise: it includes videos they shot but never posted …

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Exynos vs. Snapdragon speed test emerges

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As usual, Samsung has launched not one but two Galaxy S9 versions. Most of the world gets the one with Samsung’s own Exynos 9810, while for North America and China the phone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845. If you’ve been wondering how these two would fare in a classic YouTube speed test, here’s your answer. The video starts off with the launch of a set selection of apps – one by one. As soon as one has fully loaded, the Home button is pressed and then it’s on to the next app (or game). The first “lap” is won by the Snapdragon version, which outdid the Exynos model by…

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Amid the greatest NCAA basketball upset ever, a Twitter hero emerges

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Happy Saturday, everyone! While many things in the world are very bad today, if you were on the Internet last night, you probably caught wind of a pretty cool historic moment in college basketball: UMBC — University of Maryland, Baltimore County — knocked off the overall number one seed in the annual NCAA men’s basketball championship tournament in an absolute landslide.

So, naturally, I absolutely had to find the tech angle here, and if you owned a smartphone, you probably saw a series of extremely excellent tweets from UMBC’s twitter account, which went absolutely ballistic last night. So, we wanted to recognize the other star of the show: UMBC’s twitter account. You probably would too if, as a 21-point underdog, beat what most consider the best team in the country. Most tweet compilations are not great, but this one is very great.

University of Virginia was absolutely crushed during the second half of the game after dominating the world of college basketball for the entire regular season and throughout the conference tournament on the way to the overall number one seed — a system in place where teams are placed in the tournament based on favorable matchups as a reward for their performance. The system is still ripe for upsets, and there have been a lot this year, but this one is arguably one of the biggest upsets of all time.

So, without further ado:

Alarming bucket of truth, that one. We’ll end with this one:

Happy March Madness, all! May fortune favor (the rest) of your brackets.

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Meizu M6S emerges in hands-on video

The next year is just around the corner, and one of the first phones to arrive might be the Meizu M6S. The phone appeared in a hands-on video where the screen, the back panel, and the right side were revealed. The M6S will have a fingerprint scanner on the side, right below the power button, as previously suggested. Having the sensor there is not a new solution – Sony, ZTE and Razer have already done it. Unlike them, Meizu is separating the reader from the actual power button, building them one above the other. The front panel is occupied mostly by the tall 18:9 display with tiny…

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LG V30 enters the JerryRigEverything torture chamber, emerges mostly unscathed

The LG V30 was announced way back at IFA almost two months ago, but it’s only just started shipping to consumers. This phone is almost unbelievably light but that doesn’t mean it’s not sturdy. The latest LG phone has gone through usual JerryRigEverything durability tests and it managed to remain in one piece.

The JerryRigEverything test consists of scratch, flame, and bend portions. The scratch test verifies that the V30’s screen is as durable as other phones sporting Gorilla Glass 5.

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[It lives!!!] Google Glass emerges from 2-year silence with new Enterprise Edition and wider availability to partners

What’s that strange feeling? Almost like I’ve seen a ghost. Oh, Google Glass isn’t dead after all? That’ll be it. There have been recent signs that the seemingly abandoned experimental wearable might be making a return, more than 2 years after the Glass Explorer Program officially ended. The first was an update to the MyGlass app last month, after lying dormant for nearly 3 years. This was followed the next day by a mysterious firmware update making its way to any Glass units still in use.

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Varjo emerges from stealth with awesome new VR/AR display

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It takes a lot of effort to create a solid virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), or mixed reality (MR) experience. The hardware, including the headset and system hosting the experiences, have to be capable of delivering a natural, smooth experience. See also: Ultrahaptics finds deep pockets for its AR/VR tech The Varjo team, which has been operating in stealth mode until now, believes that its 20|20 display will change the game in this emerging space. This new generation of headsets is taking off in a big way. Brands like Sony, HTC, Microsoft, and Oculus are putting a lot of effort…Read More

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