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Google I/O 2021: rumors, news, and announcements

Google I/O 2021: rumors, news, and announcements Ian Carlos Campbell Since Google I/O was canceled completely last year due to COVID-19, this year’s festivities — which will be available online to anyone who wants to watch — are sure to be, well, festive. Today’s two-hour event will introduce what is expected to be a full…

How to watch the Google I/O 2021 keynote

How to watch the Google I/O 2021 keynote

How to watch the Google I/O 2021 keynote Ian Carlos Campbell It’s been over a year since Google last held I/O thanks to the pandemic, but with the COVID-19 outlook slightly more positive in 2021, the company is making its triumphant return to the (virtual) stage with an entirely online Google I/O developer conference. And…

The Morning After – Engadget | Engadget

The Morning After – Engadget | Engadget Half a year since launch, and it’s still a challenge for a lot of us to get our hands on a next-gen console. Sony has reportedly said there will be supply constraints for the rest of the year, but we didn’t even need to be told. If you’ve…

Sony sells 7.8 million PS5s since launch | Engadget

Sony sells 7.8 million PS5s since launch | Engadget In a little over five months, and despite everything that’s going on right now, Sony has sold 7.8 million PlayStation 5 units. The news comes as part of the company’s latest financial reports, which show that the company shifted 3.3 million consoles between January and March.…

Confirmed! We Live in a Simulation

Confirmed! We Live in a Simulation

Confirmed! We Live in a Simulation Fouad Khan Ever since the philosopher Nick Bostrom proposed in the Philosophical Quarterly that the universe and everything in it might be a simulation, there has been intense public speculation and debate about the nature of reality. Such public intellectuals as Tesla leader and prolific Twitter gadfly Elon Musk…

Science Songs: A Spotify Playlist

Science Songs: A Spotify Playlist

Science Songs: A Spotify Playlist Ryan Reid It’s been 10 years since the first Scientific American rundown of science songs, and a great deal has changed in that time. Books, art and music are now under the strict control of the Priests of the Temples of Syrinx, under the auspices of the Solar Federation, and…