The next morning: the Galaxy S10 arrives

14:00 ET / 11H PT.
Good Galaxy S10 revelation!

It's hard to believe, sometimes, that Samsung's Galaxy S smartphones have been around for nearly a decade – so it's no wonder the company is trying something a little different for launching of his new Galaxy S10. Samsung takes over the Bill Graham auditorium in San Francisco to celebrate ten generations of flagship phones. Make sure to mark our liveblog here and come back before the launch of Samsung Unpacked at 2 pm ET / 11 am on Wednesday, February 20th.

Why wait?
The latest Samsung leaks show a new watch and headphones from all angles

Who needs leaks when Samsung releases its Unpacked range? In anticipation of its flagship event tomorrow, the Korean technology giant has let a glimpse on its Galaxy Buds and AirPods wireless Galaxy S10 in a Norwegian TV commercial. It offered a close-up of the incoming smartphone that apparently confirmed some of its key features, including its screen punch, ultrasonic fingerprint reader, triple rear camera configuration and reverse wireless charging.

And yes, the special edition has a back "transparent".
Xiaomi Mi 9: practical, fast and elegant

Of course, the high level seems pretty solid: there is a Snapdragon 855 with 6GB or 12GB of RAM on the inside, as well as a bright and gorgeous 6.39-inch AMOLED display running at 2340×1080, all wrapped in a nice curved glass body. But what does it look like to actually use? Chris Velazco is ready to inform you about China's latest flagship phone.

Powered by three hydrogen fuel cells and a 40 kWh battery.
Hyundai Nexo pleads for fuel cell SUVs

The Nexo is comfortable, pleasing to the eye, a little luxurious and, above all, ready to face most of the problems that the owner of an SUV would want to blame him. All this and he only spits H2O at the end of a drive.

Google announces a big game announcement on March 19th

The company plans to unveil a mysterious game project – we infer that this is the Project Stream cloud game service – during a presentation of the Game Developers Conference on March 19 at 1:00 pm (ET), the invitation having only one light on. end of a corridor followed by the cryptic slogan "gather around".

Wait, do people really do that?
FDA: Infusing yourself with young blood is useless and dangerous

Yes, enough people thought it would be a good idea to inject young blood – a real plot from The Simpsons and Silicon Valley – for the government to step in.

Come to Kickstarter first for $ 199.
RVR is a Sphero robot for budding DIYers

RVR – which is pronounced "rover" – is a big change for Sphero. First of all, it's not even a sphere. It is rather a rounded brick with a set of tank treads on each side. But the most notable is also what you can put on the robot: a special plastic cover with slots for all types of circuits and rotors and any other imaginable parts. Raspberry Pi and Arduino boards can be attached, as well as all types of servos, external sensors or speakers if you wish.

They even copied the cave of loot.
Bioware corrects the end of the game – Anthem & # 39; just in time for its launch

Just days after its launch on Origin Access and EA Access, players have spotted a loophole in BioWare's new shooter, which resembles the grotto of Destiny's early booty. The Thoracic Agriculture Tour essentially allowed level 30 players to acquire high-level Legendary and Masterwork materials in the open world areas of Anthem, allowing them to bypass their end-game strategy.

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