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2024 Lexus TX finally fills the long-empty gap

Lexus has long had a hole in its lineup, sitting right between the smaller two-row crossovers and the big, truck-based sport utilities. The TX, which debuted this year, slots into that spot, offering three rows in a unibody crossover format.At a GlanceBased on the Toyota Grand HighlanderGasoline, gasoline-hybrid, and plug-in hybrid optionsLot of interior room and featuresLess in-your-face interior luxuryThe Lexus TX offers seating for up to seven in a family format that Toyota fans will recognize in the Highlander’s…

‘Cyberpunk 2077’ devs relieved players have finally uncovered easter egg

Cyberpunk 2077 developers have shared their relief that players have finally uncovered a long-hidden easter egg. Earlier this week, one fan shared footage of a new easter egg they found on the Cyberpunk 2077 loading screen. If a player leaves the cursor hovering over the portion of the screen that displays the current patch version the game is running for long enough, the numbers will change to 2077 – the year the game is set in. It’s not huge but replying to the post on social media, Cyberpunk 2077’s associate game…

Google Messages app finally gets emoji reaction feature

In a continuous effort to optimize the Google Message application, Google has now introduced a new emoji reaction feature to it. The brand has been adding features like emoji reactions to messages, theme options, and screen effects to the app lately. The new emoji reaction feature not only enhances the overall user experience but also improves user conversation. Telegram-like Emoji reaction is now available on Google Messages The cool-looking emoji reaction is one of the most popular features of Telegram, and it is now…

EU finally adopts AI Act, marking a ‘new era’ for artificial intelligence

The EU has officially adopted the AI Act, the world’s first comprehensive rulebook for artificial intelligence. Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) overwhelmingly endorsed the regulation on Wednesday. The law passed with 523 votes in favour, 46 against, and 49 abstentions. “Europe is NOW a global standard-setter in AI,” Thierry Breton, the bloc’s commissioner for the internal market, wrote on X. Breton’s claim was echoed across the tech world — although not always with praise. Supporters…

Airbnb Finally Bans Creepy Indoor Cameras at Properties Worldwide

Airbnb is banning all indoor security cameras at properties worldwide, according to an announcement published online Monday. The change comes after years of horror stories circulating online about secret hidden security cameras, which have long been banned on the platform, though still pop up frequently around the world.Should Facial Recognition Technology be Banned? | Future Tech“Historically, Airbnb allowed the use of indoor security cameras in common areas of listings, such as hallways and living rooms, as long as…

Thrice-canceled GBA game Kien is finally getting released 22 years after completion

Incube8 Games has announced that they’re going to be the ones to stamping AgeOfGames unreleased Game Boy Advance game, Kien, to cartridge this year. It will be released in Q2 2024 on GBA. Kien was originally set to launch during the GBA’s heyday in 2002. As the story goes, the game made it as far as being sent to review publications at the time, only to be canceled before release. It got picked up and canceled again by other publishers but was never released. However, a prototype ROM did get leaked and made its rounds.…

Infinity-O finally comes to the A3x series with the Galaxy A35

Last updated: March 11th, 2024 at 16:50 UTC+01:00 The Galaxy A3x series is finally starting to look like a modern phone, thanks to one long-awaited design upgrade Samsung introduced today. The company just unveiled the Galaxy A35, and one design improvement that really stands out in the eyes of anyone who knows the recent history of the A3x series is the Infinity-O display. Samsung's new Galaxy A35 is the first in its line to adopt a circular cutout for the selfie camera, or what Samsung calls an Infinity-O design.…

OnePlus Open is finally getting Android 14 in the US

Android 14 has finally started rolling out to the OnePlus Open in the US. Why do I say ‘finally’? Well, the update started rolling out at the beginning of February, not in the US, though. It started arriving to users who were Closed Beta and Open Beta testers first, and only those in India. Android 14 is finally coming to the OnePlus Open in the US We hoped that the update would spread to other markets quicker than this, but there you have it. We had to wait for about a month and a half at this point. The update is…

Threads finally rolls out the in-app camera and drafts

A little while back, we got the news that the Threads team was working on a few interesting features, and now they’re officially launching. According to a post from Adam Mosseri, Instagram’s CEO, the in-app camera and drafts are finally rolling out for Threads. Not too long ago, we saw a post where Mark Zuckerberg was testing out the in-app camera in Threads. He also teased being able to save drafts within the app. At that point, they were testing the features. When you are typing a new post in Threads, but you can’t…

In 2014, an Interstellar Signal Linked to Aliens Was Detected – Scientists Have Finally Discovered Its True Source

Researchers led by Johns Hopkins University have debunked claims that sound waves from a 2014 meteor fireball were responsible for vibrations near Papua New Guinea, revealing the actual cause to be a truck. This discovery casts doubt on the supposed recovery of “alien materials” from the ocean floor related to the meteor, with further analysis showing the materials to be ordinary meteorites or terrestrial contaminants.Sound waves thought to be from a 2014 meteor fireball north of Papua New Guinea were almost certainly…