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Samsung’s Galaxy Fold is a prototype of the future of phones

“Every year, smartphone companies ask us to part with an increasing sum of cash in exchange for a device that largely resembles the one they released 12 months ago, claiming their minor upgrades can enhance your life through a slightly better camera, or the ability to play Pokemon Go on a marginally bigger screen” writes James Titcomb for telegraph.co.uk. It is no wonder that smartphone sales had their biggest drop on record at the end of last year.But Samsung thinks it has the answer to our phone fatigue, in the…

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Our future is in the hands of our readers

“In the last year, Guardian journalism has reached record numbers around the world and more than a million people have supported our work financially” writes Guardian Staff for theguardian.com. By supporting us you can become part of a global community of Guardian readers with a shared set of values and a vision for a more hopeful world. Source: theguardian.com

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Stablecoins to Play Key Role in Crypto Adoption, Says New Report

“Stablecoins will play a key role in mainstream adoption of crypto technologies, according to a report published by California-based stablecoin startup Reserve on Wednesday, Feb. 20” writes Ana Berman for cointelegraph.com. The Winklevoss twins, who earlier launched their own dollar-backed stablecoin, the Gemini dollar (GUSD), believe that stablecoins and tokenized securities are the future of crypto innovation.Reality in the Race for Stable, Global, Digital Money” is based on information collected from 40 crypto and stablecoin firms.The study analyzes the key features of stablecoins which, the authors believe, can contribute to…

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Sphero RVR wants to be your future hackable robot kit

“Misty Robotics, a spin-off of Sphero, has a hackable robot called Misty II that can prototype advanced ideas like future home and or enterprise robotics… but it costs $2,000” writes Scott Stein for cnet.com. Out of the box, RVR starts a lot more simply, as a basic remote-controlled but programmable robot not unlike the company’s many robot balls.RVR (pronounced “rover”) isn’t a toy: it’s a base for robotics to build on.The new $250 robot, coming in September, is really almost like the moving base you might create more things on…

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Get ready to see even more tech companies invest in Electric Vehicle startups

“So why would the biggest tech companies in the world, with near trillion-dollar valuations, be looking to enter the electric vehicle business?” writes Aakash Jhaveri for mashable.com. The opportunities in the electric vehicle market are enormous, with the market growing manifold, year after year.Over the weekend, we got the news of Amazon partnering with Rivian, an upcoming electric company.With companies so big, it’s almost certain that they are never going out of business. Source: mashable.com

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Sex robots now porn stars…

“Sex robots are now starring in raunchy PORN movies – as a new 18+ erotic TV series airs online” writes Fred Nathan for mirror.co.uk. Dubbed an ‘erotic Black Mirror ‘, Future Darkly is a web sci-fi series forecasting the future of sexual fantasies, in case case a world where X-rated robots roam the earth as companions to human beings. The new season of Future Darkly is six episodes long, and airs online between February and July 2019. Source: mirror.co.uk

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Reportedly Planning to Send Their Future Child to an American School

“It’s still a secret as far as whether Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are having a royal boy or girl, but what’s certain is that their future child will have a blended heritage” writes Holly Rhue for elle.com. While Kensington Palace has yet to release an official comment on the matter, a report from E! suggests that Harry and Meghan’s future child will attend a school in Britain with an American curriculum. Source: elle.com

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GBP News 

Airbus warns of no-deal Brexit, says has spent tens of millions preparing

“A logo of Airbus is seen on a flag at Airbus headquarters in Blagnac Thomson Reuters LONDON (Reuters) – Airbus said on Sunday it would have to make “difficult decisions” about future investment if Britain crashes out of the European Union without a deal, adding it had already spent tens of millions of euros in preparations” reports businessinsider.com. “There is no such thing as a managed ‘no deal’, it’s absolutely catastrophic for us,” senior vice president Katherine Bennett told the BBC’s Andrew Marr.”Some difficult decisions will have to made if…

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