Lenovo rolls out three new sub-$200 tablets, two with Dolby Atmos

But just because they're affordable doesn't mean these tablets are shy on features. The highest end of the lot is the Lenovo Tab 2 A10, which is also the one that's most focused on entertainment. Not only does it have a nice 10.1-inch full HD IPS display for watching movies, but it's also equipped with Dolby Atmos technology and a multi-speaker soundbar to really give you that theatre experience. In a brief demo of the tablet, I thought the surround sound was remarkably good considering its compact size -- it's not too hefty at 509 grams and it's about 8.9mm thin. The speaker soundbar sounded far richer than most tablet speakers, though using headphones would still result in better audio quality. It ships with Android 4.4 KitKat (it'll be upgradeable to Lollipop later this year), runs on a quad-core MediaTek processor, has dual-band WiFi and sports an 8-megapixel camera. Markets outside the US will get an LTE version of the tablet as well. As for the battery life, Lenovo is promising up to 10 hours of charge thanks to the 7,200mAh battery.

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How scientists are fighting antibiotic resistance

The inspiration behind the novel approach is that absolutely everything on the planet is teeming with microbes, which are engaged in a constant epic battle of survival of the fittest. Mid-fight, the microbes secrete biological weapons, aka antibiotics. Extracting those from the natural environment (teixobactin comes from a “grassy field in Maine,” the researchers say) by diluting a soil sample that is placed on special equipment allowed scientists to continue to grow them by immersing that equipment into a box of the very soil from which the diluted sample was extracted. From there, samples can divide and colonize, but these are “domesticated” colonies able to be grown in petri dishes.

Digital Trends Top Tech of MWC nominees

When it comes to the tech you carry every day, such as phones, tablets, and smartwatches, no show looms larger than Mobile World Congress . Tech giants like Samsung, LG, and Sony descend on Barcelona every March to show off their hottest new toys. And if you’re in the market, you’ll find new products that make the gear introduced just months ago look ancient. This year was no exception. A spate of powerful new smartphones, super-thin tablets, and swanky smartwatches you’ll finally want to wear has made it one of the most exciting shows in recent memory.

HTC One M9 preview: A battle between polish and progress

Let's start with the stuff we liked. Build quality is, as usual, just impeccable. The M9 is a hair narrower, shorter and fatter than the model that came before it, and all that, combined with a pair of wider left and right edges make the phone feel more substantial, more slab-like in your hand. This time around, the company went with a dual anodization process, which imparts different finishes (and colors!) to its 2015 flagship, and my two days of testing were spent with a half-silver, half-rose gold M9. It very quickly wound up being my favorite because, well, it's a little batty. The chassis is topped off with a brushed aluminum hairline finish that HTC says is "jewelry grade." I'm really not sure about that, but the M9's chassis is mostly fantastic. The whole shebang is exceptionally snappy, with none of the occasional slowdown that sprung up in LG's G Flex2, despite both devices sharing a Snapdragon 810. The 3GB of RAM helped keep things smooth as I bounded through apps and flicked down webpages, too, and all told, it's a better example of the sort of performance we can expect out of Qualcomm's new silicon.

SanDisk bets smartphone crowd wants more flash storage - CNET

In a different direction, SanDisk also announced a pair of high-endurance microSD cards designed specifically for dashcams and home security systems that can overtax regular flash cards. Flash memory wears out with use, and most flash devices ship with extra capacity to replace bad memory cells. The high-endurance cards are designed for lots of continuous video recording, though -- 10,000 hours for the $150 64GB model and 5,000 hours for the $85 32GB model -- which could be important for those who might want to share videos with insurance companies.

What the FCC Net neutrality rules will mean for Internet users - CNET

New rules that are expected to be approved by the FCC could effect every aspect of how we use the internet. The FCC wants greater authority to treat internet service like a public utility. Saying it's plan will protect the open internet. A concept known as Net Neutrality. That means that your broadband provider can't block or slow down your access to any websites or applications on the internet. And it also means that the broadband provider can't charge companies like Netflix an added fee for access to a fast lane that gets you content any faster. Even after these rules pass, Internet users won't notice changes, because the Internet has always been open. But the rules ensure that it remains open in the future. And doesn't become like cable TV. That's a closed system where you have cable companies that are controlling the channels that you get to see, the content you're able to view. and how easily you're able to find it. President Obama and major tech companies like Google, Amazon, and Facebook support net neutrality. But Republicans want to strip the FCC of any authority over internet regulation and oppose reclassifying broadband as a utility.

“Completely implausible”—a controversial paper exists, but so do black holes

The headlines are reporting on a recent paper submitted to arXiv, which has not, as of this writing, emerged from peer-review, although it builds on the author’s earlier work which has. The paper’s primary author, Laura Mersini-Houghton, a theoretical physicist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, claims her work proves that black holes cannot form in the first place. "I'm still not over the shock," she said in a written statement issued by the university. "We've been studying this problem for more than 50 years and this solution gives us a lot to think about."

Apple Watch reportedly has low-energy 'power reserve' mode

We're  just over a week away from learning a whole lot more about the Apple Watch, but  The New York Times has just revealed a few more details about the new smartwatch. Apple employees involved with the project tell the paper that there will be a special battery stretch feature called "Power Reserve." The low-energy mode will let the Apple Watch continue displaying the time (and nothing else) even with scant battery life left.

Samsung Pay has all the tools it needs to surpass Apple Pay

A lot of the features in the new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge , like curved edges and glass-and-metal design, are examples of Samsung playing catch-up on the latest smartphone trends, but Samsung’s new mobile payments app stands apart. Apple and Google may have brought their contactless payment technologies to the market first, but Samsung Pay fills in sizable gaps that Apple Pay and Google Wallet have in their services.

Google, Stanford say big data is key to deep learning for drug discovery

Importantly, the paper doesn’t claim a major breakthrough that will revolutionize the pharmaceutical industry today. It simply shows that by analyzing a whole lot of data across a whole lot of different target processes — in this case, 37.8 million data points across 259 tasks — seems to work measurably better for discovering possible drugs than does analyzing smaller datasets and/or building models specifically targeting a single a task. (Read the Google blog post for a higher-level, but still very-condensed explanation.)

Qualcomm’s cognitive compute processors are coming to Snapdragon 820 | ExtremeTech

Most of the time, when we talk about Qualcomm, we talk about the company’s Snapdragon line of processors or its LTE modems (back when those were branded separately). Qualcomm powers a huge slice of the Android smartphone and tablet market, but it’s not the company’s only interest. At MWC this week, Qualcomm is talking up its neuromorphic Zeroth platform, and debuting a new brand name — Kryo — for its upcoming custom 64-bit architecture. Both Zeroth-derived processors and Kryo itself will debut with the Snapdragon 820, which is expected to be available later this year. Devices announced at MWC will be using the Snapdragon 810 — that’s the 20nm chip based on ARM’s Cortex-A57/A53 processors.

India’s Ola Buys Smaller Rival TaxiForSure For $200M To Put Pressure On Uber

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Android Pay Is Real, And Will Give Developers The Reins As An API

Google’s Sundar Pichai essentially used today’s Mobile World Congress keynote to let the cat out of the bag for a whole host of interesting Google projects, including Android Pay, a new mobile payments framework that will look to succeed where Google Wallet failed . This time, they’ll be mostly leaving the apps themselves to developers, and Android Pay is intended primarily as a developer tool made available via API, rather than a centralized app like Apple Pay, for instance.

Stratos' Bluetooth connected payment card works everywhere, available this April

Instead of requiring a one-time purchase, Stratos is a recurring yearly membership of $95 per year or $145 for two years. The idea behind this is simple; the company wants you to get the most “complete” experience, with a new card every year that features the latest technology or a replacement if you lose it, similar to how your bank works.

Qualcomm's new fingerprint sensor should be better than Touch ID

Qualcomm has announced a new fingerprint reader that uses ultrasonic waves to verify your fingerprint in 3D, according to today's announcement. Unlike Touch ID, Qualcomm's "Snapdragon Sense ID" technology can read your fingerprint even if it's a little dirty or wet. It can even scan through "glass, aluminum, stainless steel, sapphire, and plastics," which means manufacturers should be able to integrate the fingerprint sensor into the phone's design, instead of having to make a discrete section made of different material just to support the sensor. For instance, the sensor could theoretically be built discretely into the bezel of a tablet.

BlackBerry plans to launch a sliding 'dual-curved display' phone this year

During a press conference at Mobile World Congress today, BlackBerry revealed that it plans to launch a new touchscreen slider device later this year. The new phone doesn't have a name, price, or exact release date, but it has what BlackBerry calls a "dual curved display" that appears similar to that of Samsung's new  Galaxy S6 Edge . It's similar in appearance to the old BlackBerry Torch or even  Dell's Venue Pro from 2010.

House of Cards: Season 3 Review - IGN

Here, with Rachel gone, we focused more on his main obsession - the Underwoods. And how their approval, and use, of him is paramount to his existence. His job and position within Frank's inner circle are what he uses to define himself and without that he's lost. His desire to get back to work was so strong that not only did he somewhat coldly dismiss his brother (who'd been by his side for months while he was in the hospital) but he painfully duct taped his newly broken arm so as to not miss a meeting with Frank. It was a great, offbeat way to start he season when, I presume, most of us expected full-tilt Underwood. Doug seemed to be on a destructive path by the episode's end (though only opting to drink a modest amount of bourbon though a syringe squirt).

Microsoft announces the Lumia 640XL, a poor man's Lumia 1520 phablet

Microsoft’s Lumia 640 and Lumia 640XL, announced on Monday at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, add two new midrange phones to the Windows market. By name alone, the two should be nearly identical. But they’re not, with the larger Lumia 640XL boasting a slightly more sophisticated set of features. And as you might guess from its name, the Lumia 640XL is large—though Microsoft slimmed down the concept a bit compared to the gigantic Lumia 1520 phablet (which is arguably too big).

TNW Index on Product Hunt

@anderson760 @rohinivaze10 We're working on the onboarding process. We see people tracking big companies that they actually might not want to track after all, but feels like the right thing to do when you start. On the one hand this is not a bad thing, you'll learn fast what Index is about and learn how to set up your account in the way you like it. If you want to follow a particular industry, just start typing the name of the industry in the search bar, when it autocompletes, click on it and follow the industry. To be honest we are not at a level yet where we have the tags all in a accurate manner, this is something we'll work on. Also, we'll be coming up with a different solution to follow the right companies, but that is to come over the next 2 months or so.

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A collection of all the latest news and reviews from The Next Web at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona (2-5 March 2015). Full #MWC2015 coverage from TNW: http://tnw.to/mwc2015

Microsoft Wants To Buy Social News Reader Prismatic

On the other hand, the potential for the technology that Prismatic has built is to become part of a bigger business that could either use it for recommendations of other things in addition to — or instead of — news content. For example, it could be applied to product searches, more generic web searches, or to discover apps, music or other content. Those are all areas where a platform company like Microsoft — or indeed the others that have eyed up Prismatic — all want to up their game.

Watch Citizenfour For Free Right Now

Correction (5:30 PM EST) : An earlier version of this post said that Citizenfour was free for everybody. It was too good to be true. That was just a legitimate-looking bootleg. You can find legit versions of the film at Channel 4 (in the UK only) or on HBO —or so we've been told. The stream doesn't appear to be live on HBO at the time of this update.

Help Us Name The World's Most Overrated Design

Here at Co.Design, we love to highlight great ideas . But we also want to cut through the hype. Just because a design is a household name doesn’t mean it’s worthy of universal adoration. In that vein, we’re celebrating March Madness the only way we know how: by pitting what we consider the world's most senselessly overvalued designs against each other in one big bracket of awfulness. At the end of the month, we’ll crown the winner the World’s Most Overrated Design.

February in Latin America: Tech News Roundup

There’s a saying that new year in Brazil starts after Carnival, but this doesn’t hold true in the startup world. As we noted in January , activity in Latin America’s tech scene barely slowed down during the Southern hemisphere’s summer holidays.

Google Researchers Are Ranking Web Pages By Facts Not Links

Internet searches may be based on algorithmic rigour—but that doesn't necessarily guarantee the quality of a suggested page. Now, a team of Google researchers has developed a method that sorts results by factual content rather than how well linked a page is.

Apple Brings Photos App To The OS X Public Beta Program

The graduation of the app to the public beta program means it’s getting closer to a general launch, but it’s not yet clear when exactly that will happen. Apple has a special event planned for next Monday, at which it is widely expected to debut its Apple Watch. The wearable does have a photos tie-in, so perhaps we could see the minor point update for OS X arrive then, but if not, we’ll almost certainly see a broader launch in time for this year’s WWDC.

Once Upon a Time: "Darkness on the Edge of Town" Review - IGN

Once Upon a Time hasn't lost a beat since its midseason finale. "Darkness on the Edge of Town" reset the board with new players and secrets but also made sure to show us the quest to find the author of the storybook is still on. And before the excitement started, we got some lovely scenes of people in Storybrooke enjoying normal life. It's been six weeks since Anna and Elsa left and since Belle expelled Rumplestiltskin. Belle and Hook exchanged a fantastic scene talking about being fooled by Rumple and that moment is just one example of the spot-on dialogue and character interactions throughout the episode.

Sony Does A Tablet With An Add On Bluetooth Keyboard

Sony isn’t done with mobile hardware yet, despite its recent talk of an exit strategy from smartphones . Here at the Mobile World Congress tradeshow in Barcelona it’s showing off a new 10.1 inch Android tablet, the Xperia Z4, coming this June, along with a new mid-tier 4G/LTE smartphone, the Xperia M4 Aqua  — its first octa-core 64-bit smartphone.

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Exclusive: Obama sharply criticizes China's plans for new technology rules

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Monday sharply criticized China's plans for new rules on U.S. tech companies, urging Beijing to change the policy if it wants to do business with the United States and saying he had raised it with President Xi Jinping.

Hands-on with the Huawei Watch at MWC 2015

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Google unveils 'Android Pay' mobile payments API to rival Apple Pay

Here we go Google is going to create fragmentation in payment systems, this only good for Apple. We know apple worked on Apple pay for years they were in conversation with the CC company since touchID first came out, thus the solution we have today. Everyone else is rushing a solution to market which is be completely screwed up. But most people are sheeps an will follow. However, I suspect that Apple attract a large majority of users who are willing to do thing differently. Google/Android will be left with those who are less willing to do things differently and will carry their CC around especially when they go to use their solution and find it does not work all that well.

Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies 2015: A Conversation With Color of Change Executive Director Rashad Robinson

Join the editor of Fast Company Digital, Anjali Mullany, for a live Q&A with Color of Change executive editor Rashad Robinson on Wednesday, March 4th at 12 p.m. ET. You can start submitting your questions now using the "Make a comment" box below.

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Apple's Photos app for OSX now available

Apple's Photos app for OSX replaces iPhoto LOS ANGELES - Say goodbye to an old friend, iPhoto, and hello to Apple's new Photo app, which is about to take its place on computer screens. The Photos app, which will be included on all new Apple computers Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1AwJFkI

BlackBerry to broaden its cross-platform strategy

At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the company said it plans to take this cross-platform strategy a step further and bring the entire BlackBerry experience, including features like the much admired BlackBerry Hub and its virtual keyboard across to devices powered by rivals.

10 things in tech you need to know today

Google is launching a wireless service, Obama has slammed China, and Xiaomi has launched a GoPro competitor.

NXP to buy Freescale, create $40 billion company

The companies expect the deal to close in the second half this year. NXP will fund the transaction with $1.0 billion of cash from its balance sheet, $1.0 billion of new debt and about 115 million of its shares. Freescale shareholders will own about 32 percent of the combined company.

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Hey, Olds: Tinder's New Premium App Will Cost You Double If You're Over 30

Tinder Plus users in the U.S. under 30 will pay $9.99 per month, while those over 30 will pay $19.99. The premium version of the app includes two main features: Rewind, allowing users to undo a left swipe, or indication that they're not interested, in case they rejected a profile by mistake, and Passport, allowing users to search for profiles in other geographic areas, for example in advance of a trip to that region.

This Guy Turned His Drone Into A Star Wars TIE Fighter

Remember that custom Millennium Falcon quadcopter from a few weeks back? It better look out. The Rebel Alliance isn’t the only one with birds in the air anymore.

All cannabis startup parties should be like this cannabis startup party

Before everyone could get high, we had to listen to six speeches. Steinmetz never really told the crowd how Flow Kana came to be, so allow me. He used to run a food distribution company in Venezuela and came to California to explore the opportunities created by legalization. While working as a consultant at a local dispensary, Steinmetz told me on the phone earlier, he came to realize it was an "unhealthy industry." "Reasonable" margins taken by retail operations are 20 to 30 percent, Steinmetz says, but dispensaries are taking up to 85 percent. He visited Humboldt County, where much of the state’s high-grade marijuana is grown, and found an "almost abandoned town," despite its sizable GDP. After meeting some farmers, he concluded that they were "very much getting the shitty end of the deal."

Apple supplier NXP to merge with rival Freescale Semiconductor in $11.8B deal

– A + Apple supplier NXP to merge with rival Freescale Semiconductor in $11.8B deal By AppleInsider Staff Monday, March 02, 2015, 03:58 am PT (06:58 am ET) Dutch chipmaker NXP — which provides near-field communications and motion processing hardware for Apple — announced on Monday that it would spend $11.8 billion to acquire rival firm Freescale Semiconductor, a seminal semiconductor manufacturer and itself a longtime Apple supplier. NXP will pay $6.25 in cash and 0.3521 shares of NXP stock for each share of Freescale stock, valuing Freescale at $11.8 billion. Following the move — which will be funded with $1 billion in cash and a $1 billion debt offering, in addition to NXP shares — the combined enterprise will be worth more than $40 billion, the companies said in a release. "Today's announcement is a transformative step in our objective to become the industry leader in high performance mixed signal solutions. The combination of NXP and Freescale creates an industry powerhouse focused on the high growth opportunities in the Smarter World," NXP CEO Richard Clemmer said.

How Google's New Wireless Service Will Change the Internet | WIRED

Google says its new wireless service will operate on a much smaller scale than the Verizons and the AT&Ts of the world, providing a new way for relatively few people to make calls, trade texts, and access the good old internet via their smartphones. But the implications are still enormous.

Take a tour of the phones at Mobile World Congress 2015 - CNET

The Lumia 640 might not be the Microsoft flagship phone we're anticipating, but if you're looking for a relatively inexpensive taste of Windows Phone, this could be a solid option. The phone is powered by a quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor coupled with 1GB of RAM. There's 8GB of storage, which you can expand with up to 128GB microSD cards. The 2,500mAh battery is also removable, should you need a bit more juice. The 5-inch display has a 1,280 by 720-pixel resolution (294 ppi), and there's an 8-megapixel camera on the rear; don't expect stellar selfies from the 1-megapixel front-facing camera. The price for the LTE model will be about $180, which converts to £117 or AU$230. The 3G model will set you back about $160, which converts to £101 or AU$204. It's expected to ship later this spring.

PayPal Buys Paydiant, The Mobile Wallet Behind CurrentC, To Raise Its Game v. Google + Apple

This is an important move for the company. As a business, PayPal was built for online commerce, and this is still where the majority of its transactions sit: just under 20% — $46 million — of its $226 million in 2014 sales were made on mobile devices, and of that a very small percentage were point-of-sale, physical transactions. Adding Paydiant will bring more point-of-sale volume on to PayPal’s platform, and it will also give PayPal a more established route into tackling more of that large-merchant market, offering them the proposition of developing their own-branded mobile wallets and credit cards alongside other marketing programs like gift cards and loyalty cards.

Pebble Reveals Pebble Time Steel And A Smartstrap System Open To Hardware Developers

Pebble announced Pebble Time last week , the next-generation version of its Pebble smartwatch, and today it’s revealing another new product: Pebble Time Steel. This is the stainless steel version of the Pebble Time, boasting the same interface and software, but in a machined metal case that comes in silver, gold and black finishes, and that also manages to add three days to maximum battery life, bringing Pebble Time Steel’s total potential duration to ten days on a single charge, which beats the rest of the smartwatch pack by a considerable margin.

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