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Instagram confirms multiple account support is coming this week

The ability to post from multiple accounts inside the Instagram app is a feature users have begged the company to add for quite some time. After making an appearance in both the Android and iOS apps, the tool will go live this week. In addition to making things official today, Instagram says you'll soon be able to add up to five accounts to the app. Of course, this means that you can toggle back and forth without having to log out and log back in each time you want to switch. What's more, you'll be able to receive notifications from each, so long as you have them turned on. It's about freakin' time.

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2016/02/08/instagram-multiple-account-support/

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Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge say hello in leaked photos

Let's start from the back. The first photo -- obtained by ReviewDao.vn -- doesn't offer the most tantalizing view of Samsung's new S7, but it does seem to validate a handful of reports that have made the rounds these past few weeks. Consider that camera, for instance — while we can't tell if Samsung actually swapped the S6's 16-megapixel sensor for a 12-megapixel affair, the hump that houses the lens is much slimmer than it used to be. Moreover, the photo matches up pretty nicely with a render shared by noted leaker/VentureBeat writer Evan Blass, while the curvy back (which should house a bigger battery than in last year's model) syncs up with previously leaked CAD diagrams.

Meanwhile, a separate photo of what appears to be the Galaxy S7 Edge came from China and shows off the device's trademark curved display. Weibo user JKwan managed to get the device running a benchmarking app that identifies the phone as an SM-G9350, a model number that was tied to the S7 Edge when it passed through China's Compulsory Certification organization. Really though, none of us should be surprised that Samsung has a new Edge to go with the regular S7; the company underestimated demand for the S6 Edge last year, and it even accidentally confirmed the phone's existence on its own site. Juicy details like the phones' chipsets and pressure-sensitive screen have yet to be full-on confirmed, but with any luck, we'll learn plenty before we even fly off to sunny España.

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2016/02/08/samsung-galaxy-s7-and-s7-edge-leak/

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SpaceX could try its next sea landing on February 24th

SES didn't reveal an exact time for the event that day, but it did say there's a backup launch date of February 25th, in case any technical or weather issues may come up. For SpaceX, it's another chance to make history, after failing to do so last month.

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2016/02/08/spacex-sea-landing-satellite-ses-9/

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‘Star Wars’ is getting an official electronic music album

There are plenty of Star Wars-inspired songs and remixes (such as Meco's disco adaptations), but the legendary space fantasy series is finally getting something official... and you might want to give it a listen. The upcoming Star Wars Headspace will include electronic tunes that are either influenced by or reworks of the movies, most of them from artists you'll know if you're big on digital beats. The whole thing is produced by Rick Rubin, and there are tracks from Bonobo, Claude VonStroke, Flying Lotus, Kaskade and Röyksopp, among others.

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2016/02/08/star-wars-headspace-album/

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The USAF wants to use the F-35 as a stealth scout plane

The USAF envisions converting existing bomber and cargo planes, like the B1-B or the B-52, into these flying arsenals and tailor their weapon loadouts to fit each specific mission's requirements. The arsenal planes would work in tandem with the F-35's. The fighters would stealthily scout ahead and relay detailed targeting information back to the bombers, who would then launch precision-guided ordnance. What's more, the USAF is also looking into developing higher capacity data links which would allow entire squadrons of these hunter-killer teams -- as well as support surveillance aircraft, UAVs, bombers and close air support planes -- to all share data in real time. The Air Force hasn't yet committed to fully developing the idea but if they do, it could help overcome one of the F-35's most glaring flaws.

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2016/02/08/the-usaf-wants-to-use-the-f-35-as-a-stealth-scout-plane/

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Brain-machine link helps you steer exoskeletons with your mind

Right now, mind-controlling a machine isn't pretty: you typically wear a silly cap or headset, or else subject yourself to open brain surgery to get a deeper link. Australian scientists might have a better way, though. They've developed a brain-machine interface that taps into your motor cortex through a relatively simple operation -- you won't need to gamble with your health to have a permanent connection to robotics. The device (known as a stentrode) would let you directly steer an exoskeleton or artificial limb through thoughts alone, even if you need the implant for "many months" at a time.

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2016/02/08/brain-to-exoskeleton-interface/

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Capcom releases the most badass ‘Street Fighter 5′ trailer yet

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2016/02/08/capcom-releases-the-most-badass-street-fighter-5-trailer-yet/

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What’s on your HDTV: NBA ASG, ‘Vinyl,’ ‘John Oliver’

Blu-ray Games Streaming

  • Spectre
  • Crimson Peak
  • MI-5
  • The Leftovers (S2)
  • Love the Coopers
  • Star Trek: TNG Movie Collection
  • Pokemon: The Movies 1-3 Collection
  • Freaks of Nature
  • Sheba Baby
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: Russia (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles Collection (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
  • Firewatch (PC, PS4)
  • Dying Light: Enhanced Edition (PS4, Xbox One)
  • Siralim (PS3, PS4)
  • Unravel (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
  • Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 (PS4, Xbox One)
  • Neverwinter: Underdark DLC (Xbox One)
  • Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime (PS4)
  • Arslan: The Warriors of Legend (PC, PS4, Xbox One)


  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, CW, 8PM
  • The Fosters, Freeform, 8PM
  • Supergirl, CBS, 8PM
  • Superstore, NBC, 8PM
  • X-Files, Fox, 8PM
  • WWE Raw, USA, 8PM
  • American Dad, TBS, 8:30PM
  • Telenovela, NBC, 8:30PM
  • War Peace: Part 4 of 4, Lifetime, 9PM
  • Homegrown: The Counter-Terror Dilemma, HBO, 9PM
  • Lucifer, Fox, 9PM
  • Jane the Virgin, CW, 9PM
  • The Magicians, Syfy, 9PM
  • Top Gear, BBC America, 9PM
  • Billion Dollar Wreck (series premiere), History, 10PM
  • Castle (winter premiere), ABC, 10PM
  • Lost Girl, Syfy, 10PM
  • Independent Lens: In Football We Trust, PBS, 10PM
  • NCIS, CBS, 10PM
  • Almost Royal (season finale), BBC America, 11PM


  • Fresh off the Boat, ABC, 8PM
  • New Girl, Fox, 8PM
  • Finding Your Roots, PBS, 8PM
  • The Flash, CW, 8PM
  • Pretty Little Liars, Freeform, 8PM
  • Here We Go Again (series premiere), TV One, 8PM
  • 60 Minutes Sports, Showtime, 8PM
  • The Muppets, ABC, 8:30PM
  • Grandfathered, Fox, 8:30PM
  • iZombie, CW, 9PM
  • The Outsiders, WGN, 9PM
  • Brooklyn Nine-nine, Fox, 9PM
  • Shadowhunters, Freeform, 9PM
  • Chicago Med, NBC, 9PM
  • Marvel's Agent Carter, ABC, 9PM
  • Moonshiners, Discovery, 9PM
  • NCIS: New Orleans, CBS, 9PM
  • Inside the NFL, Showtime, 9PM
  • Teen Wolf, MTV, 9PM
  • The Grinder, Fox, 9:30PM
  • Tosh.0 (season premiere), Comedy Central, 10PM
  • American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson, FX, 10PM
  • Chicago Fire, NBC, 10PM
  • Limitless, CBS, 10PM
  • Not Safe with Nikki Glaser (series premiere), Comedy Central, 10:30PM


  • The Middle, ABC, 8PM
  • Unsung (season premiere), TV One, 8PM
  • Arrow, CW, 8PM
  • 2 Broke Girls, CBS, 8PM
  • American Idol, Fox, 8PM
  • Young Hungry, Freeform, 8PM
  • The Mysteries of Laura, NBC, 8PM
  • Mike Molly, CBS, 8:30PM
  • Baby Daddy, Freeform, 8:30PM
  • The Goldbergs, ABC, 8:30PM
  • Supernatural, CW, 9PM
  • Dual Survival, Discovery, 9PM
  • Criminal Minds, CBS, 9PM
  • Face Off, Syfy, 9PM
  • Law Order: SVU, NBC, 9PM
  • The Next: 15 (series premiere), TV One, 9PM
  • Black-ish, ABC, 9:30PM
  • Suits, USA, 10PM
  • Chicago PD, NBC, 10PM
  • American Crime, ABC, 10PM
  • Code Black, CBS, 10PM
  • It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, FXX, 10PM
  • Man Seeking Woman, FXX, 10:30PM
  • Teachers, TV Land, 10:30PM
  • NFL Turning Point (season finale), NBC Sports Network, 11PM


  • You, Me, and the Apocalypse, NBC, 8PM
  • Grey's Anatomy (winter premiere), ABC, 8PM
  • American Idol, Fox, 8PM
  • DC's Legends of Tomorrow, CW, 8PM
  • WWE SmackDown, USA, 8PM
  • The Big Bang Theory, CBS, 8PM
  • Life in Pieces, CBS, 8:30PM
  • Scandal (winter premiere), ABC, 9PM
  • The Blacklist, NBC, 9PM
  • The 100, CW, 9PM
  • Mom, CBS, 9PM
  • Angel from Hell, CBS, 9:30PM
  • How to Get Away with Murder (winter premiere), ABC, 10PM
  • Baskets, FX, 10PM
  • Portlandia, IFC, 10PM
  • London Spy, BBC America, 10PM
  • Workaholics, Comedy Central, 10PM
  • Shades of Blue, NBC, 10PM
  • Elementary, CBS, 10PM
  • Colony, USA, 10PM
  • Shades of Blue, NBC, 10PM
  • Nightwatch, AE, 10PM
  • Idiotsitter, Comedy Central, 10:30PM
  • Dark Net, Showtime, 11PM


  • NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, ESPN, 7PM
  • The Amazing Race (season premiere), CBS, 8PM
  • Sleepy Hollow, Fox, 8PM
  • The Vampire Diaries, CW, 8PM
  • NBA Rising Stars Challenge, TNT, 9PM
  • Hawaii Five-0, CBS, 9PM
  • The Originals, CW, 9PM
  • Grimm, NBC, 9PM
  • Second Chance, Fox, 9PM
  • Shark Tank, ABC, 9PM
  • Blue Bloods, CBS, 10PM
  • Vice, HBO, 11PM
  • Animals, HBO, 11:30PM
  • Childrens Hospital, Cartoon Network, 11PM


  • NASCAR Sprint Unlimited at Daytona, Fox, 8PM
  • Mythbusters, Discovery, 8PM
  • Wrong Swipe, Lifetime 8PM
  • Campaign 2016: Republican Debate, CBS, 9PM
  • Black Sails, Starz, 9PM
  • Saturday Night Live: Melissa McCarthy/Kanye West, NBC, 11:30PM


  • 60 Minutes, CBS, 7PM
  • The EE British Academy Film Awards, BBC America, 7PM
  • Bob's Burgers, Fox, 7:30PM
  • The Bachelor at 20: A Celebration of Love, ABC, 8PM
  • The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth, Showtime 8PM
  • Madam Secretary, CBS, 8PM
  • The Simpsons, Fox, 8PM
  • Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life, Fox, 8:30PM
  • NBA All-Star Game, TNT/TBS, 8:30PM
  • Vinyl (series premiere), HBO, 9PM
  • The Walking Dead (winter premiere), AMC, 9PM
  • The Tonight Show Valentine's Day Special, NBC, 9PM
  • Family Guy, Fox, 9PM
  • The Good Wife, CBS, 9PM
  • Long Island Medium, TLC, 9PM
  • Shameless, Showtime 9PM
  • Downton Abbey, PBS, 9PM
  • Bordertown, Fox, 9:30PM
  • Castle, ABC, 10PM
  • CSI: Cyber, CBS, 10PM
  • Talking Dead (winter premiere), AMC, 10PM
  • Billions, Showtime, 10PM
  • Mercy Street, PBS, 10PM
  • Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (season premiere), HBO, 11PM
  • Comic Book Men (winter premiere), AMC, 11:59PM

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2016/02/08/whats-on-your-hdtv-nba-asg-vinyl-john-oliver/

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Google has the best-paid CEO in the US

Pichai isn't the wealthiest person in Alphabet. As the Guardian explains, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are both worth about $34 billion; ex-CEO Eric Schmidt has about $3 billion in stock. However, the avalanche of shares says a lot about Alphabet's determination to keep Pichai around for the long term. It really doesn't want to lose the executive that has taken Android, Chrome and web search to new heights, especially not when rivals like Facebook could afford to poach him. Unless Pichai has a sudden change of heart, he'll have plenty of incentives to stick around for a long, long while.

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2016/02/08/google-has-best-paid-ceo/

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Smart car algorithm sees pedestrians as well as you can

The key is to quickly and gradually cut out the areas that don't contain people (such as the sky or empty road) and lean on deep learning at the last stages, when you want complex image recognition to confirm what you're looking at. It saves a lot of the computing power normally needed for pedestrian recognition, since you're limiting the focus to just a handful of areas instead of large chunks of the screen.

UCSD's current system can only recognize one object type at a time, so you couldn't just drop it into a car by itself. However, the team plans to have it detecting multiple object types and become far more practical. And it's not limited to vehicles, either. This could be useful in robots, security cameras and other devices that need to spot humans in a heartbeat.

Article source: http://www.engadget.com/2016/02/08/smart-car-algorithm-sees-pedestrians-as-well-as-you-can/

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