Cyberpunk 2077 Uses AI To Help Characters Lip Sync Dialogue More Believably
The problem with video games is that while the graphics might look realistic and insanely detailed, there are certain things that could still stand to be improved upon, such as character dialogue where for the most part, the way characters speak doesn’t necessarily match the voice acting.

Facebook Wants To Use AI To Help Forecast Spread Of The Coronavirus
Unless continuous testing of people is being done, it’s hard to predict where a COVID-19 cluster can popup. This is because of the virus’ incubation time which is said to be around 14 days, meaning that anyone could be walking around for two weeks while being infected without necessarily knowing about it.

Parallels On Chromebook Lets You Run Windows 10
Google’s Chrome OS is a relatively lightweight operating system that’s perfect for getting some work done, but there are instances when you might require more powerful apps or tools that are only available on other operating systems like Windows. Instead of buying a separate computer, how about using software instead?

Apple Kills Workaround That Lets You Stream Stadia Games Onto The iPhone
While Google’s Android devices are more than capable of streaming Stadia games, the feature isn’t available to iOS devices yet. Recently, there was a workaround that involved the use of a third-party browser that allowed users to stream Stadia games onto the iPhone, but it looks like that will no longer work.

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Mophie Unveils A 4-In-1 Wireless Charging Mat
A lot of our devices are headed down the wireless charging route these days, and as such, finding a mat large enough to charge multiple devices at once is a good thing. In fact, if you’re after such a device, you might be interested to learn that Mophie has since taken the wraps off its new 4-in-1 Wireless Charging Mat.

YouTube Will Finally Let You Set The Default Video Quality
YouTube is smart in the sense that it can detect your internet connection and based on that, it will automatically adjust your video quality to ensure that your stream does not get interrupted. However, we get that some users don’t actually enjoy this feature as they might want to set a higher quality setting by default, or a lower quality setting by default.

DJI Pocket 2 Camera Officially Launched
It appears that DJI has been on a roll these past couple of months with regards to gimbals. The company first launched a new Osmo Mobile 4 gimbal back in August, and then earlier this month, they launched their new Ronin gimbals designed for larger cameras. Now they’re back with their latest gimbal, the DJI Pocket 2.

Google’s AI-Based Print Subscription Services Are Back
Earlier this year, Google introduced a new subscription service that for a monthly fee, they would use AI to curate some of your best photos and prints physical copies for you. It sounded like a novelty so it didn’t really come as a surprise when back in June, Google announced that they would be shutting it down.

iOS 14.1 Released With A Ton Of Bug Fixes
If you’ve updated to iOS 14 and you’re experiencing some issues with the update and find that certain things are bugging out here and there, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple has since released iOS 14.1. This is the latest update to the operating system that comes with a host of bug fixes.

Google Has Discontinued Its Nest Secure Device
Several years ago, Google introduced the Nest Secure. For those unfamiliar, the Nest Secure is an alarm system that actually fits in rather nicely with the company’s Nest series of smart home devices. It was also Google’s only Nest alarm system that they had not bothered to update for the past few years.

Launch Center Pro Lets iOS 14 Users Change App Icons
One of the new features that Apple introduced in iOS 14 was the ability to add widgets to your home screen. This has since led to many iOS users customizing their home screens in new and creative ways, and some have even gone to the extent of changing their app icons, and Launch Center Pro’s new update makes that process easier.

AirTags Could Come In Multiple Sizes
Apple is rumored to be working on a new accessory called the AirTags. For those who are unfamiliar, the AirTags are a tracking accessory similar to those we’ve seen from Tile. Now according to a tweet by leakster @L0vetodream, they are claiming that Apple could actually be planning multiple sizes for the accessory.

You Can Now Purchase LG’s Rollable OLED TV If You Have $87,000 To Spare
TV’s are a common fixture in the living room, but when not in use, they can sometimes look unsightly as they’re essentially a huge blank black piece of furniture. This is why companies like Samsung have designed some of their TVs to look more like art pieces so that they’re not so obtrusive.

You Can Now Stream Xbox One Games To The iPhone Or iPad
If you own an Xbox One console and love the idea of being able to stream games from it to your iPhone or iPad, you’re in luck because Microsoft has since updated its Xbox app for iOS devices to enable game streaming. What this means is that you’ll be able to stream games from your Xbox One console to your iPhone or iPad and keep playing.

Peak Design Unveils New iPhone Cases And Mounts
Photographers are probably pretty familiar with Peak Design. For those who aren’t, Peak Design is a company that creates camera-related gear and accessories, whether it be backpacks or messenger bags designed to carry cameras, or a foldable tripod system, and now it looks like the company is back with its first ever iPhone accessories.

The First iPhone 12 Unboxing Videos Are Rolling In
The iPhone 12’s have been available for pre-order since last Friday, and it looks like some people are already starting to receive their units earlier than expected. As such, unboxing videos of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro are starting to surface, with the first being uploaded by Ben Geskin.

Apple Will Enable 5G On Dual SIM iPhone 12s Later This Year
An earlier report revealed that based on Apple support documents, it was suggested that 5G on iPhone 12 might not work while dual SIMs are in use. This seemed like a rather strange thing because why wouldn’t it work, especially if the iPhone 12 already supports 5G on a hardware level, and if you’re subscribed to a 5G plan?

Sonos’ Speakers Can Now Work With General Electric’s Appliances
One of the joys of the modern age is that a lot of our home appliances and gadgets have gotten smarter. In fact, if you own a Sonos speaker and you have some General Electric appliances in your home, you might be interested to learn that Sonos and GE appliances can now communicate with each other.

Don’t Break Your iPhone 12 Because It’s Going To Be Expensive
Apple’s iPhones are expensive which is why many take extra care of them by buying protective cases. Another reason for that is because when it comes to repairing the iPhone 12, it will not come cheap and will actually end up costing you more than if you were to repair an iPhone 11.

Don’t Edit iPhone Videos On Windows 10 Until You’ve Patched Your PC
There are plenty of iPhone users who are also Windows users, and as such, some of these users might actually be exporting their photos and videos onto their computers for backup or editing purposes. If you do export your iPhone videos to Windows 10 to edit them on your computer, don’t, at least not until you’ve downloaded the latest Windows 10 patch.

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