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Apple considered fitting a camera in the Apple Watch’s wristband

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If the Apple Watch ever does get a camera, it might end up in the wristband.

Apple has indeed mulled ways to add a camera into the wearable, according to a U.S. patent filing that was granted today. The company has come up with a novel solution: It involves placing the camera module inside the product’s flexible wristband, giving you the freedom to aim the lens.

The patent filing contains examples of the concept, which integrates the optical sensor on the end of the wristband. As you wear…

Apple considered fitting a camera in the Apple Watch’s wristband

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If the Apple Watch ever does get a camera, it might end up in the wristband.

Apple has indeed mulled ways to add a camera into the wearable, according to a U.S. patent filing that was granted today. The company has come up with a novel solution: It involves placing the camera module inside the product’s flexible wristband, giving you the freedom to aim the lens.

The patent filing contains examples of the concept, which integrates the optical sensor on the end of the wristband. As you wear…

We’re fracking the hell out of the U.S.A. Can a president slam on the brakes?

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U.S. Route 285, cutting through the Texas-New Mexico border, is perilous.

Lines of speeding trucks lugging oil and fracking tanks gouge big cracks in the narrow two-way highway. Come night, in the blackened, high desert, it can be challenging to even stay on the crumbling asphalt, with hurrying, aggressive big rigs swerving over the faint yellow linesPeople die. Shirts are now sold reading “I survived the 285.”

The remote highway is bustling, often dangerously so, because the U.S. fracking…

Apple considered fitting a camera in the Apple Watch’s wristband

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If the Apple Watch ever does get a camera, it might end up in the wristband.

Apple has indeed mulled ways to add a camera into the wearable, according to a U.S. patent filing that was granted today. The company has come up with a novel solution: It involves placing the camera module inside the product’s flexible wristband, giving you the freedom to aim the lens.

The patent filing contains examples of the concept, which integrates the optical sensor on the end of the wristband. As you wear…

Google employees ask SF Pride to boot their employer from parade

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Pride has always been political, and a coalition of Google employees are doing their best to remind their employer of that very fact. 

In an open letter published Wednesday morning, the group encourages the San Francisco Pride board of directors to kick Google out of the upcoming June 30 Pride parade. The letter, which at the time of this writing is signed by 101 employees of the Mountain View-based tech giant, calls the company to task for both its treatment of LGBTQ+ employees and its…

Apple considered fitting a camera in the Apple Watch’s wristband

TwitterFacebook

If the Apple Watch ever does get a camera, it might end up in the wristband.

Apple has indeed mulled ways to add a camera into the wearable, according to a U.S. patent filing that was granted today. The company has come up with a novel solution: It involves placing the camera module inside the product’s flexible wristband, giving you the freedom to aim the lens.

The patent filing contains examples of the concept, which integrates the optical sensor on the end of the wristband. As you wear…

We’re fracking the hell out of the U.S.A. Can a president slam on the brakes?

TwitterFacebook

U.S. Route 285, cutting through the Texas-New Mexico border, is perilous.

Lines of speeding trucks lugging oil and fracking tanks gouge big cracks in the narrow two-way highway. Come night, in the blackened, high desert, it can be challenging to even stay on the crumbling asphalt, with hurrying, aggressive big rigs swerving over the faint yellow linesPeople die. Shirts are now sold reading “I survived the 285.”

The remote highway is bustling, often dangerously so, because the U.S. fracking…

Trevor Noah and Jimmy Fallon give their best ‘stoned Trump’ impressions

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The Trump impression is something that is a must-have for late night TV hosts — but a high version? Not so much.

That’s where things ended up when The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah dropped in on The Tonight Show for a game of political impressions with Jimmy Fallon.

There are the usual big wigs — Barack Obama, Bernie Sanders, and Beto O’Rourke — but it’s the impression of Trump smoking a spliff for the first time which is the standout.

“Let’s make spliffs big again,” Fallon quips. Read…

Trevor Noah and Jimmy Fallon give their best ‘stoned Trump’ impressions

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The Trump impression is something that is a must-have for late night TV hosts — but a high version? Not so much.

That’s where things ended up when The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah dropped in on The Tonight Show for a game of political impressions with Jimmy Fallon.

There are the usual big wigs — Barack Obama, Bernie Sanders, and Beto O’Rourke — but it’s the impression of Trump smoking a spliff for the first time which is the standout.

“Let’s make spliffs big again,” Fallon quips. Read…

10 best video games of 2019 (so far)

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We’re six months into 2019 and it’s already shaping up to be a pretty dynamite year for video games.

While there have been some big, highly anticipated releases like Anthem and Days Gone, those aren’t really the games that have shined through thus far. The majority of the best games of 2019 so far come from smaller independent developers, managing to touch our hearts, challenge our minds, and dazzle us more than their big budget counterparts.

Of course, we aren’t forgetting the big games…