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Author: Alina Polishchuk

Written by Alina Polishchuk, Palmeiras Digital LDA
Alice Delahunt believes the future of fashion is in web3 and created Syky to put the wheels in motion
Nvidia, on Tuesday at the CES, announced significant updates to its Isaac Sim robotics simulation tool.

Twitter Said to Consider Selling User Names to Boost Revenue

The company has discussed selling some user names through online auctions, people with knowledge of the plans said.

Ushering in a new era of Web3 gaming by making Play-to-Earn sustainable

With the Web3 gaming sector often employing unsustainable play-to-earn economic designs, a service economy approachable gamers to earn without having to invest.

YouTube’s testing free ad-supported TV channels

The feature could help the company compete with other free or low-cost streaming services.

The ultimate homework cheat?

Last week, concerned about cheating students, America's largest education department banned it.

These are real earrings — and also real earbuds

Nova’s audio earrings are made with real pearls, and have built-in speakers that transmit audio up and into your ear.

Inside Facebook’s high stakes debate to reinstate Trump after a two year ban

Meta is contemplating giving Trump back his megaphone on Facebook and Instagram

Startup making sensors out of paper unveils eye tracking sleep mask

Seattle-area sensor company Somalytics is showcasing a wearable mask that detects eye movement during sleep at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Web3 can help artists and companies manage music metadata

The music industry has not shied away from its keenness to adopt Web3 solutions. From nonfungible tokens (NFTs) helping artists connect with their communities, to various blockchain use cases, including event ticketing.

Airbus is testing out autonomous flying tech in some of its planes

The project is called DragonFly and is meant to test out several futuristic capabilities, including autonomous taxiing and takeoff and landing

3D printing reaches new heights with two story home

The enormous printer weighing more than 12 tons is creating what is believed to be the first 3D-printed, two-story home in the United States.

Google Meet emoji reactions are finally here

It’s been almost a year since Google said it would bring emoji reactions to Meet, and now they’ve finally arrived.

Meta Quest users can now track their heart rate in VR workouts

Android users will also be able to automatically sync workout data via Health Connect.

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