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Driving on cold medicine could get you locked up in the UK - Roadshow - News - June 22, 2018 - 10:27pm
Non-prescription meds like allergy and cold medication are treated like marijuana and cocaine in regard to driving in the UK.

Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (15-inch, 2017) review: No longer the king of high-end laptops, but still royalty - CNET - Reviews - June 22, 2018 - 10:22pm
The old but still current 15-inch MacBook Pro's flawed keyboard bogs it down, but the giant touchpad and its performance hold up pretty well against newer competitors.

Selfies show worm slithered through woman’s face for 2 weeks

Ars Technica - June 22, 2018 - 10:19pm

Enlarge / Doctors were able to extract the worm, a D. repens. (credit: Kartashev and Simon)

A 32-year-old woman who visited a rural area outside of Moscow returned home with a surprising stowaway—in her face. And it was a restless one at that, according to a short report published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM).

After her trip, she noticed an unusual lump on her cheek, below her left eye. Five days later it was gone, but another had formed just above her left eye. Ten days after that, a lump resurfaced on her upper lip, causing massive swelling.

To track the progress of her roving blemish, she took selfies. In reports to doctors, she said that the nodules caused some burning and itchiness but no other symptoms or problems. She also noted her recent trip and recalled being frequently bitten by mosquitoes.

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Amazon is selling the SNES Classic for $80 right now - CNET - News - June 22, 2018 - 10:11pm
At least, they were when I published this post.

More details leak on “Snapdragon 1000,” Qualcomm’s chip for Windows 10 laptops

Ars Technica - June 22, 2018 - 9:55pm

Enlarge (credit: Qualcomm)

Details of the SDM1000, tentatively named Snapdragon 1000, a new Qualcomm chip built for Windows 10 laptops, have started to trickle out.

Microsoft's development of Windows 10 for ARM has seen the company partner with chip company Qualcomm. The first Windows 10 on ARM machines use the Snapdragon 835 processor, with designs based on the Snapdragon 850 (a higher clocked Snapdragon 845 intended for laptops) expected later this year. Snapdragon 1000 will be the follow-up to the 850.

The Snapdragon 1000 is believed to be an even more powerful laptop chip intended to go head to head with Intel's Y- and U-series Core processors. These have a 4.5W and 15W power envelope, respectively, and are used in a wide range of tablets and Ultrabook-type laptops. The Snapdragon 1000 is reported to have a 6.5W power draw for the CPU itself, with a total power draw of 12W for the entire SoC. The Snapdragon 1000 test platform has 16GB of LPDDR4X RAM and two 128GB UFS flash drives. It also has 802.11ad gigabit Wi-Fi, gigabit LTE, and a new power management controller.

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Adobe AI learns to spot the photo fakery Photoshop makes easy - CNET - News - June 22, 2018 - 9:43pm
Photoshop makes it easy to tamper with images, but neural networks could help you figure out which photos are trustworthy.

Samsung's Galaxy S10 might ditch the iris scanner - CNET - News - June 22, 2018 - 9:39pm
In-display fingerprint scanning may take its place.

Smyte users not smitten with Twitter: APIs killed minutes after biz gobble

The Register - June 22, 2018 - 9:38pm
Clients of online abuse-fighting upstart cry foul over being 'royally screwed'

Updated Twitter, known for its rather rocky relationship with developers, cemented its reputation for missteps on Thursday – by announcing the acquisition of content cleansing and security biz Smyte and almost immediately disconnecting the firm's existing customers.…

Tesla to cut nearly 20 percent of its SolarCity installation locations

Ars Technica - June 22, 2018 - 9:31pm

Enlarge / Close-up of logo for Tesla Solar, a home solar power generation solution offered by Tesla Motors, San Ramon, California, March 28, 2018. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images) (credit: Getty Images)

Tesla is planning to close 13 or 14 solar installation locations that were set up by SolarCity before Tesla purchased the company in 2016. Tesla will also end its partnership with Home Depot at the end of the year.

The new information was first reported by Reuters, which obtained internal emails and documents detailing the closures. A Tesla spokesperson told Ars that the closures are part of the layoffs it announced in early June.

An official statement from the company contended that Tesla's solar business is better served in its existing Tesla stores. "Tesla stores have some of the highest foot traffic of any retail space in the country, so this presents a unique benefit that is demonstrated by the growing number of Tesla vehicle customers who are also purchasing energy products through our stores,” the statement said.

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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Release date, cast, plot and rumors - CNET - News - June 22, 2018 - 9:23pm
Get all the buzz about the next Marvel superhero movie, which helps move events towards the hush-hush Avengers 4.

Great news, cask beer fans: UK shortage of CO2 menaces fizzy crap taking up the tap space

The Register - June 22, 2018 - 9:21pm
Brit booze barons worry they will have to go carbon dry-oxide

A carbon-dioxide shortage in Blighty may rid bars and pubs of that fizzy nonsense taking up the tap space of proper cask beer. [Oy! Some of us like a good lager – ed.]

University of Michigan outdoes IBM with world's smallest 'computer' - CNET - News - June 22, 2018 - 9:19pm
The computer, which can stand on the tip of a grain of rice, is one-tenth the size of IBM's version.

2018 Toyota Century is a $180,000 Japanese Rolls-Royce - Roadshow - News - June 22, 2018 - 9:15pm
Imagine going to the dealer to buy a Corolla and seeing one of these bad boys.

Valve revamps its next controller, should make using hands in VR feel way cooler [Updated]

Ars Technica - June 22, 2018 - 9:08pm

Valve's march toward launching new virtual reality video games—perhaps up to three of them—got more interesting on Thursday with the announcement of an update to the company's next official piece of VR hardware. After a quiet 2016 unveil, the "Knuckles" controller is back with a major revision.

Dubbed Knuckles EV2, the mold-to-your-hand controller is still a developer-only prototype, but a huge dump of official information reveals how far Valve has gone to craft what might be the ultimate VR controller: a smart twist on how hands work in virtual space and a bonus slew of buttons for older legacy games.

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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop review: An undeniable gaming laptop bargain - CNET - Reviews - June 22, 2018 - 8:41pm
It'll still set you back around $1,000, but Dell's updated entry-level gaming laptop doesn't disappoint.

Google Chrome will automatically download articles you haven't asked for yet - CNET - News - June 22, 2018 - 8:40pm
Chrome for Android will download the articles when you're connected to Wi-Fi so you can read them offline.

Switch-hacking trolls reportedly loading pornographic profile pictures

Ars Technica - June 22, 2018 - 8:36pm

Enlarge / A shot of the leaked DevMenu tool that lets users upload custom profile pictures on the Switch. (credit: Mizumi / Twitter)

Nintendo only lets users choose from a limited number of preset profile pictures (or custom-made Miis) for their online avatar on the Switch network. So at least one Reddit user was quite surprised to see pornographic profile pictures showing up on the user-placed balloons in Super Mario Odyssey's online "Balloon World" mode.

"The picture was changed several times over the course of my time patrolling, each picture being pornographic content," Redditor ewaison writes, including links to (censored) screenshots of the offending profile pictures in their post. "There are multiple [sic] of these balloons all being made by the same user. This is obviously intentional, and made to upset children."

The reported imagery seems to trace its source back to the recent leak of an internal Switch developer menu online. We've seen pictures and reports of that previously dev-kit-exclusive system menu in the past, but users are now able to make use of an unpatchable Switch exploit to install the leaked menu on standard retail Switch hardware (as seen in his video).

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MoviePass, I beg you. Bring back repeats - CNET - News - June 22, 2018 - 8:24pm
Tearful commentary: I've tweeted at you, other people have tweeted at you. Just bring it back already.

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