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Samsung’s new Gear 360 available tomorrow for way cheaper than the original

You can pick up a new Gear 360 starting May 25! The biggest hurdle for most people when it comes to getting into 360-degree photography is price. Cheap 360 cameras don’t take good photos, and good 360-degree cameras aren’t cheap. Samsung is going to put an end to this with its new Gear 360 camera, which will be launching in stores and online just about everywhere for $229. That price undercuts the original Gear 360 pricing by over $100, and makes the next best camera in the lineup considerably more…

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Google’s $5000 Jamboard collaborative whiteboard is now available in the U.S.

This is the future of office collaboration — but it’ll cost you. Google’s enterprise-focused smart whiteboard, called the Jamboard, is now available for those in the U.S. who are ready to increase collaboration and move beyond smelly dry erase markers. The Jamboard at its core is a 55-inch 4K touchscreen panel powered by an NVIDIA Jetson TX1 board, focused on super-fast touch response with low-latency stylus input as well. The Jamboard hooks into G Suite accounts to pull in files and documents from Google Drive, Docs, Sheets and Slides, letting…

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Technology 

Visual Studio may gain AI smarts around available code

Microsoft is eying artificial intelligence capabilities to give its Visual Studio IDE a greater grasp of the available code for a project. Currently in an experimental phase, Visual Studio’s use of AI may enable code analysis, tapping sources ranging from the developer’s code repo to project code to perhaps even GitHub repos under a developer’s jurisdiction. Microsoft is pondering just how many code sources should be considered. [ Review: Visual Studio 2017 is the best ever. | First look: Visual Studio for Mac. ] The company has no timetable for when…

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Android Wear 2.0 SDK finalized and available, developers encouraged publish before tomorrow's launch

Android Android Wear 2.0 is official, and developers can get ready now. Google has the final version of the Android Wear 2.0 SDK ready, and it’s available for download. Support for new hardware features and stand-alone watch apps is included in the release, and all the existing documentation from the developer preview version of the SDK has been merged into the main Wear Developer site and everything needed to produce and publish applications for the new platform version is up and running. You’ll find the new SDK and all the…

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