The morning after – Engadget


In the United States, today is inauguration day, and as Joe Biden prepares to be sworn in as the 46th president, it’s worth revisiting the talks from four years ago. . At the time, the President “the most technophile” is out as all eyes turned to Donald Trump trading in his Android Twitter machine for a secure device.

We know how things turned out afterwards. Donald Trump no longer tweets (at least not from his main accounts), and the country is going through a pandemic. The outgoing president comes from given its temporary YouTube ban extended and, in one of its last official acts, pardoned Anthony Levandowski for stealing autonomous driving secrets from Google subsidiary Waymo.

On the other hand, the new general manager is under surveillance for own a Platoon. Aside from the safety of his exercise equipment, Biden’s administration will take over designated social media grips after he is sworn in, and Twitter has already provided a description of how this will be.

– Richard Lawler

You know you are curious.

Exploded view of AirPods Max

So what’s in a pair of $ 599 headphones? Apparently a lot of screws. You can almost feel the praise implicit in the “both complex and overloaded” description of the electromechanical hinge, which serves as the rationale for this high price tag. Better yet, be aware that you can take the headband out of the earbuds with a SIM tool or paper clip to make repairing easier. Check out the full teardown for more information, as well as a few goodies on the guts of competing headphones from Sony and Bose.
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After nearly six successive deficit years and a commitment of $ 5 billion.

LG mobile phone

The Korea Herald reports that CEO Kwon Bong-seok said in a message to staff members that “it is time for LG to pass a cold judgment” on the ailing mobile division. Citing fierce competition in the cell phone market, the CEO said he was considering “the sale, withdrawal and [a] reduction in smartphone activity. “

In 2016, Engadget asked when LG was finally going lose patience with its loss-making mobile division after a second deep crisis. The company had managed to regain profitability after a loss-making year in 2013, but after declining in 2015, it never seemed close to a recovery.
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Ten more patients are approved for trials in Israel.

KPro

Developed by a company called CorNeat, the KPro is the first implant that can be integrated directly into the eye wall without donor tissue to replace scarred or deformed corneas. Immediately after the surgery, the 78-year-old patient was able to recognize her family members and read numbers on an eye chart. CorNeat transplantation is a relatively simple procedure compared to existing implants and uses a biomimetic material which supposedly “stimulates cell proliferation, leading to progressive tissue integration”.
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ViacomCBS is ready to make a real streaming surge.

Paramount +

Same day Netflix revealed that it has over 200 million paying customers, ViacomCBS has revealed a rebranding for its streaming service. This spring, CBS All Access will become Paramount + in the United States, ahead of its launch in the Nordics, Australia and Canada later this year.

Where All Access was originally focused on the CBS and Internet originals only, the new offering includes shows from a ViacomCBS channel host as well as Paramount’s movie library. In theory, you should have more reasons to subscribe than to follow the latest Star Trek series.
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