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  1. Galaxy Watch Active Announced (TWiT Bits)

    At Galaxy Unpacked 2019, Samsung recently introduced its newest wearables: Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Fit. The Galaxy Watch Active is powered by dual-core Exynos 9110 (running at 1.15GHz) and 768MB of RAM.

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  2. One Fat Phone, 7/7 Ryzen Rumors, & What is NVIDIA? (This Week in Computer Hardware #505)

    Patrick Norton and Sebastian Peak talk about Samsung's Galaxy Fold & Galaxy S10, Intel's Pentium Gold G5620 processor, Aquacomputer's Cuplex Kryos Next water block, OpenSignal's 4G speed report, Ryzen rumours, Corsair's mesmerising Capellix LED tech, and more!

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  3. Who Owns Emoji? (TWiT Bits)

    Jason Howell and Megan Morrone talk to lawyer Eric Goldman about his quest to clarify emoji in the courtroom. Emoji misunderstandings, emoji precedent, copyright law, and the problems with emoji appearing differently on different platforms.

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  4. Who Owns the Smiling Pile of Poop? (Tech News Weekly #71)

    • Abhishek Singh invented a kit that users can build themselves to create a robot that answers voice queries entirely with animated GIFs and videos.
    • Emoji is living a complicated life of misinterpretation in courtrooms across the US according to Eric Goldman.
    • Mark Spoonauer from Tom's Guide takes a first look at the new Samsung Galaxy S10+.
    • Google mistakenly kept the existence of a microphone on the Nest Secure system from any specifications.
    • When kids are old enough to Google themselves, how will they feel about the vast amount of personal details shared by their parents online?

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  5.  Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e First Look (Hands-On Tech)

    Florence Ion gets hands-on with the new Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e at the big launch event Galaxy Unpacked 2019 in San Francisco, adding new features to their line of premium smartphones like the Dynamic AMOLED display with an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner.

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