Domino’s Has a New Pizza Delivery Robot That Lets You Track Your Order While It Drives It Over

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To ensure that you are not without its pizza, the company has dispatched a delivery robot at one of the stores that it says will make the pizza right to customers.
 

Memory maker aims to develop DDR5 modules clocked at over 10,000 MHz

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We still have to wait a bit more for the adoption of DDR5 as the new standard, but manufacturers are already hard at work on it.
 

Hacking the Game Boy's Multiplayer Randomizer Creates the Perfect Version of Tetris

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Twitter’s ‘stacksmashing’ first came to our attention after reverse-engineering and hacking Nintendo’s Game & Watch revival a day before it was officially released, and then quickly figuring out how to get it to natively play other Nintendo games including The Legend of Zelda and Pokémon.
 

Peloton Resists Federal Safety Recall for Treadmill Tied to Child's Death

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Peloton is pushing back against a request from federal regulators to recall its Tread+ treadmill after the product was involved in a child’s death last month, the Washington Post reported Friday.
 

This Mini Modular Computer Helps You Build Gadgets From Scratch

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Some devices managed to pick up steam, like AIAIAI’s TMA-2 headphones, while others, like the Blocks smartwatch and Google’s modular phone, crashed and burned.
 

The Smart Home May Finally Be Unified Under One CHIP

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Or at least that’s the hope for Project CHIP, an open-source initiative introduced in 2019 as a unifying smart home standard across all ecosystems.
 

Go Full Retro-Photography Geek With This 3D-Printed, DIY Camera

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That said, the RUHAcam, a new project by Ping-Hsun “penk” Chen and Ruha Cheng, definitely looks like a fun weekend project for folks who want to create a standalone camera from scratch.
 

You Can Finally Use Book Covers as Kindle Lockscreens

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Either you opted for a cheaper e-reader with ads or you got random stock photos of...
 

You Can Now Buy but Definitely Can't Afford LG's $89,000 Rollable OLED

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As spotted by HD Guru, LG appears to have quietly listed its OLED R television with an “inquire to buy” button on its product page.
 

You'll Probably Have to Put Your Next PC Build on Hold as the Chip Shortage Continues Unabated

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In an earnings statement earlier this week, Nvidia said it expects supply shortages on its graphics cards for the rest of the year.
 

Peloton Quietly Scales Back Apple GymKit Support

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The report contains a screenshot of an Instagram comment, in which a user complains about Peloton suddenly disabling GymKit for Bike Bootcamp classes, which combine strength training with cycling in a single workout.
 

New Leaks Give Us a Peek at Samsung's Next Tablet

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While Samsung isn’t expected to officially announce the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite until sometime in June, new leaked images have seemingly just given us a peek at Samsung’s next tablet a couple of months early.
 

Anker's new AnkerWork product line includes a 1080p webcam and a portable conference speaker

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Both peripherals have been launched under the company's new remote work-focused AnkerWork brand, which will expand with more accessories in the coming weeks.
 

DJI's Upgraded Mavic Air 2S Has a Much Larger Camera Sensor

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Its new sensor can also capture up to 12.5 stops of dynamic range, which is just short of the 14 stops you get from a Mavic 2 Pro, despite the Mavic 2 Pro costing $600 more.
 

Echelon's Connected Rowing Machine Proves Content Is Key

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Companies like Peloton and Apple have embraced online training completely, offering classes that seem as real and vibrant as anything held in a sweaty gym.
 

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