The iPhone’s camera app can now read QR codes

 Remember when QR codes were the next big thing? In the U.S. you used to be able to find them on billboards, business cards — you name it. They were supposed to change the way we use our devices. Remember CurrentC? But the technology never really caught on stateside, mainly because users had to download a totally separate third-party app to scan them, and the whole system was pretty… Read More
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Author: Fitz Tepper

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Optoma announces a 4k projector for $1,999

 4k projectors are finally becoming affordable. Optoma today announced the pricing for its first line of 4k projectors. The UHD60 is $1,999 and the UHD65 is $2,499, making these two models the least expensive 4k projectors available. You can send thank you notes to Texas Instruments. Optoma unveiled this line of 4k projectors earlier this year at CES. These projectors use a new 4k UHD DLP chip… Read More
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Author: Matt Burns

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Can’t Take a Joke? That’s Just Poe’s Law, 2017’s Most Important Internet Phenomenon

Those trolls aren’t really spewing hate speech—that’s just you being thin-skinned and missing the irony! The post Can’t Take a Joke? That’s Just Poe’s Law, 2017’s Most Important Internet Phenomenon appeared first on WIRED.


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Author: Emma Grey Ellis

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