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Look out, Apple! Xiaomi wants to open 1,000 retails stores in next three years

Xiaomi is looking to a new way of selling its phones in hopes of expanding its market. Or rather, an old way: retail stores. In fact, the company plans on opening 1,000 retail stores over the next three years.The post Look out, Apple! Xiaomi wants to open 1,000 retails stores in next three years appeared first on Digital Trends.

Intel Optane-branded solid-state drive for data centers spotted in leaked specs

A recent leak reveals the specs of an Intel Optane-branded P4800X Series SSD, destined for data centers with a 375GB capacity. It will have a read speed of up to 2,400MB per second and a write speed of up to 2,000MB per second.The post Intel Optane-branded solid-state drive for data centers spotted in leaked specs appeared first on Digital Trends.

Google’s Instant Tethering makes it easier to tether from an Android device

Google is set to make it a whole lot easier to tether Android devices -- the company is currently rolling out "Instant Tethering" to Google Play Services, which will allow users to quickly and easily tether devices connected to a Google account.The post Google’s Instant Tethering makes it easier to tether from an Android device appeared first on Digital Trends.

Meet Cassie, the walking robot that looks like a pair of disembodied ostrich legs

Agility Robotics, a startup spun-off from the College of Engineering at Oregon State University, has introduced its first two-legged robot -- and her name is Cassie. Here's what she can do.The post Meet Cassie, the walking robot that looks like a pair of disembodied ostrich legs appeared first on Digital Trends.

It’s possible iPhone cameras could soon refocus the shot — after a photo is taken

A recently uncovered patent suggests Apple may be trying to bring post focus capabilities to future iPhones. The feature could allow the iPhone to change the focus after the fact. The post It’s possible iPhone cameras could soon refocus the shot — after a photo is taken appeared first on Digital Trends.

Samsung launches the Galaxy C7 Pro in China, but there’s no C5 Pro in sight

Samsung is upgrading its Galaxy C series with follow-ups to last year's Galaxy C5 and C7. Both the C5 Pro and C7 Pro have been the subject of quite a lot of rumors to date. Here's what we know so far.The post Samsung launches the Galaxy C7 Pro in China, but there’s no C5 Pro in sight appeared first on Digital Trends.

Weekly Rewind: Vertical forests, vaping safety, and vending machines for cars

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from this week.The post Weekly Rewind: Vertical forests, vaping safety, and vending machines for cars appeared first on Digital Trends.

Weekly Rewind: Vertical forests, vaping safety, and vending machines for cars

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from this week.The post Weekly Rewind: Vertical forests, vaping safety, and vending machines for cars appeared first on Digital Trends.

Dell is ‘looking into’ getting its XPS 15 notebook eGPU certified

Up to now, Dell hasn't made an effort to get its XPS 15 notebooks, either the old or the new models, eGPU certified to work with newer enclosures. That's changing, however, as the company is now going to "look into" getting it done.The post Dell is ‘looking into’ getting its XPS 15 notebook eGPU certified appeared first on Digital Trends.

Ready to dye your hair? Madison Reed’s quiz finds the right shade

Madison Reed, a "prestige hair color brand," is on the up and up, fresh off a new $13 million funding round, its first physical location -- the Madison Reed Color Bar in Manhattan -- and the hiring of a new chief marketing officer. The post Ready to dye your hair? Madison Reed’s quiz finds the right shade appeared first on Digital Trends.

Panasonic details sensor that can capture both visible and near-infrared light

Normal visible+NIR cameras lose spatial resolution, but Panasonic’s new design avoids this by using two stacked layers of organic photoconductive film (OPF), one for the visible spectrum and one for NIR light.The post Panasonic details sensor that can capture both visible and near-infrared light appeared first on Digital Trends.

Hackers tweak NES Classic Edition to play games from other consoles

Hackers have been able to modify the NES Classic Edition to run RetroArch, giving the system the ability to run games originally released for the Game Boy, Sega Genesis, and Super Nintendo.The post Hackers tweak NES Classic Edition to play games from other consoles appeared first on Digital Trends.

T-Mobile just made your Valentine’s Day a lot better with free Papa John’s pizza

Friday, the Un-carrier announced that beginning on February 14, you'll be able to get a large or pan single-topping pizza from Papa John's for free for the next four Tuesdays. Your Valentine's Day just got a lot better.The post T-Mobile just made your Valentine’s Day a lot better with free Papa John’s pizza appeared first on Digital Trends.

Family of five? Sprint offers unlimited talk, text, and data for $90 a month

On Friday, Sprint announced that new customers can now get unlimited data, talk, and text for $50 a month for the first line and add up to four more lines for $40 more. That's $90 a month for five lines. The post Family of five? Sprint offers unlimited talk, text, and data for $90 a month appeared first on Digital Trends.

Touch-enabled smart cases could come to iPhone, if Apple patent bears out

Imagine if a case actually didn't only protect your phone, but enhanced your ability to use it? That's the thinking behind an Apple patent for a smart case that could actually extend touch-sensitivity to the back of a phone.The post Touch-enabled smart cases could come to iPhone, if Apple patent bears out appeared first on Digital Trends.

Touch-enabled smart cases could come to iPhone, if Apple patent bears out

Imagine if a case actually didn't only protect your phone, but enhanced your ability to use it? That's the thinking behind an Apple patent for a smart case that could actually extend touch-sensitivity to the back of a phone.The post Touch-enabled smart cases could come to iPhone, if Apple patent bears out appeared first on Digital Trends.

Stanford archaeologists re-created a 5,000-year-old Chinese beer recipe

In a new piece of research, students from Stanford Archaeology Center have brewed up a fresh batch of 5,000-year-old Chinese beer with the goal of finding out more about the ancient world. Honest.The post Stanford archaeologists re-created a 5,000-year-old Chinese beer recipe appeared first on Digital Trends.

Giant drone racing is here, and it’s just as awesome as it sounds

Could giant drone racing be the next Formula 1-sized global spectator motorsport? A scrappy Australian startup certainly thinks so -- and it's almost ready to prove its case to you.The post Giant drone racing is here, and it’s just as awesome as it sounds appeared first on Digital Trends.

Skylanders skips a 2017 console release, refocuses on mobile instead

Activision's toys-to-life Skylanders series will skip an annual console release for the first time in franchise history as its developers shift their efforts toward mobile gaming and expanded content for last year's Skylanders Imaginators.The post Skylanders skips a 2017 console release, refocuses on mobile instead appeared first on Digital Trends.

Xiaomi reportedly building its own processors to break away from Qualcomm

It looks like Xiaomi wants to follow in Samsung's footsteps in breaking away from Qualcomm by developing its own processors. According to reports, Xiaomi's upcoming processor could be called Pinecone, and it may be launched within a month.The post Xiaomi reportedly building its own processors to break away from Qualcomm appeared first on Digital Trends.

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