More Details About the ZhongShan Subor Z+ Console, with Custom AMD Ryzen SoC

  1. More Details About the ZhongShan Subor Z+ Console, with Custom AMD Ryzen SoC  AnandTech
  2. Second-generation Threadripper goes on sale: $1799 for 32 cores  Ars Technica
  3. Intel Is at a Crossroads  ExtremeTech
  4. Welcome | Community  AMD
  5. AMD’s 32-core Threadripper dares Intel to match it on cores and price  PCWorld
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Here's Why Pippa Middleton's Custom Christening Dress Looked Familiar

  1. Here’s Why Pippa Middleton’s Custom Christening Dress Looked Familiar  PEOPLE.com
  2. Prince Louis christening: George and Charlotte seen with brother for first time  BBC News
  3. Queen and Prince Philip miss Prince Louis’ christening  CNN
  4. First pictures of Prince Louis’ christening at St James’s Palace  NEWS.com.au
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Samsung Messages Update Brings Custom Per-Thread Ringtones Back

  1. Samsung Messages Update Brings Custom Per-Thread Ringtones Back  Android Headlines
  2. Hands-on photos show ‘Project V’ — a foldable Samsung phone that never was  Android Central
  3. Thank heavens Samsung canceled this fugly foldable Samsung Galaxy phone  BGR
  4. 萌萌的电教on Twitter: “Samsung Project V SM-G929F CANCEL… “  Twitter
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Amazon now lets you share your custom skills made with Alexa Blueprints

  1. Amazon now lets you share your custom skills made with Alexa Blueprints  TechCrunch
  2. Amazon lets you share Alexa Skill Blueprints with other users  VentureBeat
  3. Conversation.one is Amazon Alexa-Certified for Financial Institutions  IT News Online
  4. Inside Amazon’s $3.5 million competition to make Alexa chat like a human  The Verge
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Israel Might Have the Ultimate Weapon: Custom-Built F-35 Stealth Fighters

Israel Might Have the Ultimate Weapon: Custom-Built F-35 Stealth FightersOn May 22, Israeli Air Force commander Amikam Norkin announced that its F-35I stealth fighters had flown on two combat missions on “different fronts,” showing as proof a photograph of an F-35 overflying Beirut. While details on those missions have not been released—apparently, they were not deployed in a massive Israeli air attack on Iranian forces in Syria that took place on May 9—this nonetheless apparently confirmed the first combat operations undertaken by any variant of the controversial stealth jet, which is currently entering service with the militaries of ten countries after undergoing over two decades of development. In fact, Israel’s F-35I Adir—or “Mighty Ones”—will be the only F-35 variant to enter service heavily tailored to a foreign country’s specifications.


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Custom silicon microparticles dynamically reconfigure on demand

Researchers at Duke University and North Carolina State University have demonstrated the first custom semiconductor microparticles to exhibit dynamically selectable behaviors while suspended in water. The study presents the first steps toward realizing advanced applications such as artificial muscles and reconfigurable computer systems.
Source: Science Daily