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Whether in real life or Blade Runner, we have some weird robot news for you. Oh, and there's Atari's new box.
You know we love the robots-falling-down genre, and today a security robot joined the pantheon.
We're now about midway through summer -- ergo, it's time to rain on your beach party and talk about the next school year. In our buyer's guide, you'll find advice for gear, gaming and entertainment to keep you going through all-night study sessions and hangovers alike.
HMD Global is reviving the Nokia name with Android-powered smartphones, but its next device will be its first attempt at a higher-end option. Evan Blass shared this image of the Nokia 8 and its Zeiss dual-lens rear camera, while rumors indicate it will be on sale at the end of this month.
A 2012 agreement between Disney and Netflix is finally bringing a Star Wars movie to the service. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is now streaming in the US, while gamers can expect the Destiny 2 beta, Superhot for PSVR, What Remains of Edith Finch on Xbox One and Splatoon 2 for the Switch.
The first new gaming system from Atari in over twenty years will be available in two colors, include an array of ports (HDMI, USB and SD card) and... well, we don't know much else. The Ataribox appears to be more capable than Nintendo's nostalgia-bait systems, but an email to interested buyers stopped at revealing some design details.
Today we get a lot more info about the upcoming Blade Runner sequel with a new trailer. In this one, we're given more views of the futuristic California setting and a few more plot details. And maybe even another hint to Rick Deckard's true identity.
To help astronauts have more time for their experiments, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) sent Int-Ball to the ISS. The spherical camera floats around along with the crew and can be controlled by operators back on Earth. And you thought your drone shots were long-range.
But wait, there's more...
- Google Fiber's new CEO steps down after five months
- Mobile versions of 'RuneScape' and 'Old School RuneScape' sync with the PC games
- Netflix blows past the 100-million subscriber mark
- Apple previews the Emoji 5.0 update coming to macOS, iOS and watchOS
- US Cyber Command may be splitting off from the NSA
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