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  1. Tris Plays

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Well don’t use google play music use Apple Music works amazing. Then don’t use gmail use Apple Mail.

  2. panic 2695

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    linus ive pulled those tabs on the battery. they arent that easy

  3. Randall Smith

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    I like that LTT is able to have some fun w/ their sponsors!

  4. Grayson

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Watching this on my 11 Pro Max.

  5. John Andrews

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    photo reminders have been a thing for a long time…lol

  6. Diego Carrasquillo

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Samsung can attach photos to reminders too though

  7. Overklock

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    You’re seriously complaining about privacy settings after Googles privacy fiasco? And who uses T9?!?

  8. Donato Azavedo

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    When are people going to review the phone (camera, processor, etc) and not the operating system (Siri, reminders, dark mode)?

  9. Overklock

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Android sucks

  10. TyrantTitan

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    10:42 that second chin jiggles when he walks lmao D;

  11. 18matts

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    I would buy an lcd apple phone with Android 100 percent. I know most you guys are oled but please sell me your gorgeous led screen with no burn in

  12. AussieTV

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    iPhone 11 Pro Max Elite Limited Edition Mark III

  13. Mike Schimminger

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Never noticed the perfectly posed Pixar lamp before. Maybe this is the first time it was in a video but I'm too lazy to go back through and look.

  14. Sayt3n

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Did you forget to blur Dennis' home number???

  15. Jimmy Z

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Is that the rumored MBP 16 behind you? The bezel looks suspiciously thin.

  16. Madson Freitas

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    No Zenfone 6 review?

  17. Trenton Gold

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    This guy is a so predictable….. Like so many of the other YouTube tech channels…yawn

  18. Nice Doctor

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    I like the 3D Touch ! That’s why kept the iPhone XS !

  19. pedrotski2007

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Can you please stop showing skinned up new products all the time. Just show the raw product.

  20. Alan Reams

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Good god, I hope apple see’s this video and listens!!!!

  21. 18matts

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Linus burned Android reminder lol "notice my reminder?"

  22. Boltcranck

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    hmm… 1.1K Fan Bois?

  23. Praveen Rajendran

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Fak the notch.

  24. Ying Yen Lin

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    6:51 who did the mask tracking on that Apple watch? lmao

    Just track the letters, don't do it by hand!!!

  25. Kuarinofu

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    At least now you wouldn't have to make an apology video like the last time. You finally learned not to criticize apple.
    The thing with apple is that loyal customers and people who can easily handle the price tag will buy any shit from apple and they don't really care. If you count your money there is no reason to buy an iPhone.

  26. Ben Dunn

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    I think the google related stuff is fully on google not Apple.

  27. Rolf Bjorn

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    If the glass was as hard as you want it to be for scuff protection it would shatter, like everybody's apple product around(the average intact iphone screen around me is lower than 3 months from what I gathered). So they went the flexible way, to they scratch, but don't shatter, you know, like samsung and other competitors from 10 years ago who now offer hard ANd flexible glass on phones that neither scratches or shatter. It's funny and sad how most positives about apple is them correcting or implementing stuff that was available by everybody else, not as well, 10 years later.

    I mean, the S10 battery life is above 10 hours for example.

  28. Brawndo

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    My Apple car play works flawlessly in my Escalade. You can also use Google maps with Apple Car play. I've no delay with Siri when pressing the button on my steering. You can also ask "Give me directions to X place with Google Maps".

  29. Google Administrator

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    That Is, After Our Sp- Presses Right Arrow Key Twice -So Instead…

  30. Vincent Cruz

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    That’s not actually dennis’s home number right?

  31. Web RBio

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    It's official, Linus is an Apple sheep!!

  32. Akatsuki

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Those rugs look anti confront

  33. Basty Lacson

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    11:55 that's all i'm saying

  34. Beerus The Destroyer

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Linus when you called "your SIRI" the one on my iPad too responded 😂

  35. 丘山北鲲

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    why u just revealed the number of Dannis making me cant stop the curiosity to give him a call

  36. Bear

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    For all the fanboys out there 14:15


    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    I actually like the new AA update.

  38. TheArKtec

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Thank you for the Analog output instead of headphone jack.

  39. Marcus Xe

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Credit to apple, the IP11 Pro Max is indeed phone of 2019 after the pixel mess

  40. Beerus The Destroyer

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    "As soon as Apple does it everyone has to follow" can't agree more
    Probably in 5 years Apple announces they're bringing back the "REVOLUTIONARY" headphone jack soon all other stupid companies will follow

  41. OMGItsGutless

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Make more videos for channel super fun

  42. Bass Boosted Boi

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Androids been doing ALL of these things for a while now, iPhone sucks and no one can change my mind ♪┌|∵|┘♪ └|∵|┐♪ I only agree with the bad things about apple you said

  43. Taylor B

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Also consider your CarPlay experience and lag does heavily depend on your head unit. Volkswagen has the best experience with near to no lag, meanwhile other Japanese brands have atrocious lag problems

  44. Halle 00

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    finally he told google and apple to grow the motherfucking up

  45. Jonathan Morley

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    I never used an Apple product (on principal) but an issue I have with Google reminder is that I've had way too many occurrences of them notifying me later than specified. An example is a reminder that a TV show is coming on; the show is 30 minutes long and several times I got the notification after it was over… (face-palm). Imagine if that was an appointment or something more important than a TV show? I even have google services set to high priority so that the battery saving features of Android don't inhibit the notification and cause the delay… but that doesn't help.

  46. NoahMaynardTV

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    If you see this message God bless

  47. AdrianSasaki

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    12:16 me when late to my class

  48. aye126

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    Apple needs to go back to iOS 7 style of lock screen where you swipe left, and swipe from bottom to open camera.

  49. Dad spicable

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    These are mostly the reasons why I stick with Android. But as many other Android users feel FIX THE BATTERY LIFE. I love my S9+ and Samsung Galaxy Watch combo but I mean hot damn it shouldn't die after watch YouTube during a road trip back and forth (about 4 hours)

  50. Julián Yepes Serna

    20.10.2019 at 06:04

    I will never buy an iphone unless they remove that horrible notch. No matter what influencers say.

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Best Buy Black Friday 2019: Get a 13-inch MacBook Air for $900 and other deals



This story is part of Holiday Gift Guide 2019, your source for the season’s best gifts and deals, hand-picked by the experts at CNET.

Best Buy’s early Black Friday sale is heading into the weekend with momentum. Today’s “doorbuster” is a 2019 13-inch MacBook Air with Retina True Tone display. And Best Buy’s 65-inch Vizio Quantum TV costs about $100 less than anywhere else. 

Also noteworthy: The 40mm Apple Watch Nike Plus Series 4 GPS model is now at $299 — its all-time low. And Best Buy is sticking with its $100 discount on Apple’s brand-new 16-inch MacBook Pro, which was announced earlier this week, and its great deal on Lenovo’s loaded Yoga convertible laptop. 

To take advantage of some of Best Buy’s best sale prices, you need to be a member of the retailer’s My Best Buy rewards program, the basic tier of which is free. Discounts are available online and in-store. And Best Buy has also revealed its Black Friday ad, offering many specific products it’s selling for the real Black Friday timeframe later this month. 

We’ll keep this list up to date with the best deals in real time, but the current highlights are below.

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The M-Series Quantum delivers excellent picture quality, with deep black levels, accurate color and very good 4K HDR performance. And its smart system is phone-friendly, with Google Cast and Apple AirPlay control.

Walmart is selling this exact set for $100 more and the the 50-inch model for $467 — but that’s the M7 series, which doesn’t deliver quite the same level of picture quality as that M8. It’s still a great price, however. 

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Yesterday, Apple unveiled a new version of the MacBook Pro with a 16-inch display, a revamped keyboard, improved AMD graphics, a bigger battery and boomy speakers. Today, Best Buy is knocking $100 off its list price.

Read our 16-inch MacBook Pro review.

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Dyson’s lightweight, compact, cord-free floor cleaner was down to $350 when it was Best Buy’s featured doorbuster. Now still a good deal at $150 off list price.

Read our Dyson V10 Cyclone preview.

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We’ve long been fans of Lenovo’s flagship Yoga laptops — and the C940, which debuted in January, is one of a handful of Intel’s Project Athena devices designed to make it perform more like a phone. The C940 wakes instantly from sleep and has a fingerprint reader that works in a second and Wi-Fi that connects just as fast. This model features a 400-nit FHD-resolution and up to 17.5 hours of battery life.

Read our Lenovo Yoga C940 preview.

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We love the UE Boom 2 — a compact, durable wireless Bluetooth speaker that plays loud and sounds good. It’s stain-resistant, shock-resistant and fully waterproof. Battery life is a strong 15 hours, and it can be paired with a second UE speaker for stereo sound.

Read our UE Boom 2 review.

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Sure, this entry-level configuration has lower-end components (Intel Core i3 processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB SSD). But you’re still getting the best Windows two-in-one tablet, with the Type Cover thrown in, for $700. This package was down to $600 last week — but it’s still a fantastic deal at this price.

Read our Surface Pro 7 preview.

Best Buy deals that have expired (but are likely to return)

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The Gram 17 weighs less than most other smaller laptops. It also has an amazing battery life. In fact, its 12 hours of run time made it one of the the top 10 laptops with the longest battery lives we’ve ever tested. Normally, it’s too pricey for us to recommend without qualification. Best Buy’s discount makes the case much more straightforward.

Read our LG Gram 17 review.

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Best Buy comes within $1 of the all-time lowest price we’ve seen for the 11-inch 64GB iPad Pro, $650. And the 256GB model is also on sale for $800. Note that you need to be a member of the retailer’s My Best Buy program to get this sale price.

Read our 11-inch iPad Pro review.

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The Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Animal Allergy vacuum does its job without a filter — and maintains suction over the long haul because of it. It’s great with fine particles and bested the competition at deep cleaning. Our only beef is that it’s too pricey — and Best Buy has taken care of that. This is a steal.

Read our Dyson Cinetic review.

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Best Buy has Bose’s SoundLink Revolve on sale for $120, which is the lowest price we’ve seen for it. This model is smaller than the SoundLink Revolve Plus, but it’s a good compact Bluetooth speaker.

Read our Bose SoundLink Revolve review.

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Best Buy has the JLabs JBuds Air on sale for $30 through Sunday, Nov. 10. They normally retail for $50. JLabs makes a lot of true wireless earphones and this is its most affordable — and frankly, the only one I’d buy. It’s a decent set of true wireless earbuds that’s a relative bargain at $30.

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We saw this deal last year but it’s still a good one: Sony’s micro Bluetooth speaker, the SRS-XB01, is on sale for $15 at Best Buy.

Read our Sony SRS-XB01 review.

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If you’re less inclined to buy from Apple, Garmin’s rugged fitness watches are great. The Fenix 5X cost $700 when it came out in 2017 — now, Best Buy has it for $300. I’ve been using Garmin’s lower-end Forerunner 245 and I like it a lot. The model on sale here includes all of its fitness tracking functions and adds an altimeter and barometer. Plus, you get topographic US maps, routable cycling maps for turn-by-turn navigation and a scratch-resistant sapphire lens.

Read our Garmin Fenix 5X preview.

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Walmart has been selling these headphones for about $120 — a massive $80 discount off the $200 list price. Now, Best Buy takes it a step further by cutting the price to $90.

Read our Powerbeats3 review.

More sales will kick off on Thanksgiving Day

Best Buy stores are opening at 5 p.m. local time on Thanksgiving, with the company highlighting the deals listed below (again, straight from its press release). These will presumably be available online as well.

  • Save $350 on 70-inch Samsung 4K UHD Smart TV with HDR (sale price: $549.99)
  • Save $280 on 58-inch Insignia 4K UHD Smart TV with HDR Fire TV Edition with free Amazon Echo Dot (sale price: $199.99)
  • Save up to $250 on iPad Pro 
  • Save up to $100 on iPad 10.2-inch
  • Save $400-$500 on the Note 10 Series (with qualified activation) 
  • 20% off haircare for My Best Buy members 
  • Save $80 on Google Nest Hello Video Doorbell (sale price: $149.99)
  • Save $1,000 on Hydrow Connected Rower (sale price: $1199)

Free next-day delivery on some items, free shipping on everything else

Feeling the heat from Amazon Prime, Best Buy is now adding free next-day delivery on “thousands of items” purchased on its website. And it’s also offering free standard shipping on everything else through Christmas Day, with no membership or minimum purchase required.

Same-day delivery is also available for some online orders in dozens of US cities, too. 

The full list of Black Friday sales are online, too

Check it out here.

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40 Big Tech Predictions for 2019



Digital transformation has arrived.

Not a single industry is safe from the unstoppable wave of digitization that is sweeping through finance, retail, transportation, and more.

And in 2019, there will be even more transformative developments that will change our businesses, careers, and lives.

Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider’s premium research service, has put together a list of 40 Big Tech Predictions for 2019 across Apps and Platforms, Digital Media, Payments, The Internet of Things, E-Commerce, Fintech, Transportation & Logistics, and Digital Health.

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Army photogrammetry technique makes 3D aerial maps in minutes – TechCrunch



Aerial imagery is a common asset in military matters, but 3D maps can be difficult to collect on short notice without specialized equipment. This new photogrammetry technique from the Army Corps of Engineers, however, can make accurate 3D maps from ordinary aerial footage in just minutes.

Photogrammetry is the process of comparing multiple photos of the same location or item to produce a 3D map of it. It’s a well-known method but in some cases is still reliable on human intelligence to determine, for instance, which frames of a video should be used to produce the best results.

Ricky Massaro from the Army’s Geospatial Research Laboratory in Virginia has mitigated that problem and produced a highly efficient photogrammetric method that can turn aerial imagery into accurate 3D surface maps in near real-time without any human oversight.

This image shows the depth map as color – red being higher. It was created from combining multiple 2D images.

The system was tested by the 101st Airborne, which flew a drone over Fort Campbell in Kentucky and mapped a mock city used for training exercises. It was also deployed in Iraq for non-combat purposes. So this isn’t stuck in a lab somewhere — it’s been put to work, and is now being publicized because the patent filing is in and the Army is now negotiating to commercialize the system.

“Whether it’s for soldiers or farmers, this tech delivers usable terrain and intelligence products fast,” said Quinton King, a manager at TechLink, the Defense Department’s commercial tech transfer organization. “And I’m happy to help companies learn how they can leverage Dr. Massaro’s work for their own products or applications.”

The real-time photogrammetry wouldn’t replace lidar or ground-based mapping systems, but act in concert with them. Being able to produce accurate depth from ordinary aerial imagery, and without having to send tons of data to a central location or involve human experts, makes it adaptable to a variety of situations. If you’re curious about the specifics, you can check out the patent application here.


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