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Turn phone photos into a Jurassic playground with Google’s new AR dinosaur viewer – SYFY WIRE

Wanna park a T-Rex in your driveway? Make a Brachiosaurus the tallest landmark on your lawn? Put an artificially oversized Stegosaurus in the middle of the freeway? Thanks to a reptilian new enhancement to Google’s search features, creating your own Jurassic …

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Pixel Buds picking up new features in addition to audio cutout fixes next month – 9to5Google

Google’s 2nd-generation Assistant headphones went on sale in nine countries today as part of an international launch. Pixel Buds fixes…

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Google’s 2nd-generation Assistant headphones went on sale in nine countries today as part of the international launch. Next month will see more colors become available, as well as a Feature Drop-level update for Pixel Buds that adds new features and fixes audio cutouts.
Not counting a day one, out-of-the-box upgrade, there have been two firmware releases since launch for the Pixel Buds. The first did not introduce any noticeable changes, while the latest one addressed audio hissing. Besides patches, Google plans on introducing “new helpful features over time” for its Assistant headphones that are analogous to Pixel phone Feature Drops.
That first major update is set for “late August,” though Google wearable head Sandeep Waraich did not specify what functionality is coming in an interview with Forbes:
Our next release will have a combination of new featuresand then we’ll also have performance improvements in terms of more stability coming into the product.”
We previously spotted work on “attention alerts” that could detect smoke alarms, barking and crying, while Google previously said that headphones will appear in the Find My Device app.
Meanwhile, the company last month committed to implementing the following Pixel Buds fixes:

  • Decrease instances of phone call cut outs
  • Improve autorecovery when one or both earbuds lose connection
  • Improve media playback stability for phones that have software audio encoding

Waraich pins the primary issue of audio cutouts to the nature of Bluetooth and the physical design of truly wireless earbuds (TWEs) constraining antenna size. That said, he does acknowledge “corner cases” and that Google is planning to address them:
It could be corner cases where it’s just a certain things would trigger the buds to crash.

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Switch firmware updated to Version 10.1.0 – GoNintendo

More stable than ever

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Every time I see one of these updates I hoped Nintendo learned common sense and added fucking folders to organize my 300 or so apps, only to see they never do so
I swear to god, I’m worried they’ll release them right before Switch 2 is announced, and then THAT will launch with no folders whatsoever. 😐 It’s ludicrous, folders on switch are taking longer than they did for 3DS and Wii U.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Looks Absolutely Stunning And It’s Coming In August – Press Start Australia

Microsoft has revealed the release date for Microsoft Flight Simulator and it’s coming on August 18th which includes a release on the PC version of Xbox Game Pass. There will be three versions of the game, but it’s important to mention that all airports will …

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Microsoft has revealed the release date for Microsoft Flight Simulator and it’s coming on August 18th which includes a release on the PC version of Xbox Game Pass.
There will be three versions of the game, but it’s important to mention that all airports will be in the standard version of the game, you’re just paying more for the premium, more detailed versions of certain airports in the Deluxe/Premium versions (which are $139.95 and $179.95) respectively. Sydney is the Australian airport of choice when it comes to that premium build of an Airport (with more detail). That’ll be included in the standard edition of the game thankfully.
The game looks absolutely gorgeous. For those that don’t know, you can literally fly anywhere in the world and to almost any airport in the world (there’s said to be over 40,000 in the game). The game includes dynamic weather and a day and night engine.
Here are the additional airports and planes that you get in the Deluxe and Premium Editions.
Deluxe EditionAdditional Aircraft

  • Diamond Aircraft DA40-TDI
  • Diamond Aircraft DV20
  • Textron Aviation Beechcraft Baron G58
  • Textron Aviation Cessna 152 Aerobat
  • Textron Aviation Cessna 172 Skyhawk

Additional Airports

  • Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (Netherlands)
  • Cairo International Airport (Egypt)
  • Cape Town International Airport (South Africa)
  • OHare International Airport (USA)
  • Adolfo Suárez MadridBarajas Airport (Spain)

Premium EditionAdditional Aircraft

  • Diamond Aircraft DA40-TDI
  • Diamond Aircraft DV20
  • Textron Aviation Beechcraft Baron G58
  • Textron Aviation Cessna 152 Aerobat
  • Textron Aviation Cessna 172 Skyhawk
  • Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner
  • Cirrus Aircraft SR22
  • Pipistrel Virus SW 121
  • Textron Aviation Cessna Citation Longitude
  • Zlin Aviation Shock Ultra

Additional Airports

  • Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (Netherlands)
  • Cairo International Airport (Egypt)
  • Cape Town International Airport (South Africa)
  • OHare International Airport (USA)
  • Adolfo Suárez MadridBarajas Airport (Spain)
  • Denver International Airport (USA)
  • Dubai International Airport (United Arab Emirates)
  • Frankfurt Airport (Germany)
  • Heathrow Airport (United Kingdom)
  • San Francisco International Airport (USA)

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