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Lilbits: WiFi 6E, touchless controls, and Google’s new use for Soli radar?

We’re likely to start seeing routers, PCs, smartphones, and other devices with support for the new WiFi 6E standard soon, and a few days before the official start of the 2021 virtual Consumer Electronics Show, the Wi-Fi Alliance has announced the launch of a certification program for devices featuring the new technology. Meanwhile, Intel has […]

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Lilbits: Facebook smart glasses, GPD Win 3, and Linux smartphone news

Facebook’s first set of smart glasses may arrive this year and, despite the company’s investments in virtual reality (Facebook owns Oculus) and augmented reality, they’re not expected to be AR glasses. Honestly, so far they sound more like Snap spectacles than anything else… but maybe that’s just because Bloomberg’s article on the upcoming wearables is […]

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Intel unveils Compute Stick design with RealSense camera

Intel recently updated its Compute Stick line of mini-computers with new models sporting Intel Core M Skylake processors. But the company isn’t stopping there. Notebook Italia reports that Intel is showing off a new reference design for a PC Stick with a Core M chip and a built-in Intel RealSense, depth-sensing camera. As you’d expect, […]

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Intel launches RealSense Robotic Development Kit for $250

Intel’s RealSense 3D camera technology allows smartphone and tablet users to snap photos and adjust the depth-of field after the fact. Another version of RealSense allows you to interact with a laptop or desktop computer using 3D gestures — by waving your hands in front of the device without touching it. Now Intel wants developers […]

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Intel launches $399 RealSense/Project Tango smartphone for developers

Intel has introduced a smartphone with an Atom x7-Z8700 Cherry Trail processor, a 6 inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel display, 2GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. And the company’s going to sell it for $399. There’s one small catch though: the target market is developers, and the phone is really a development kit designed […]

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Intel RealSense 3D sensors coming to phones, game systems and more

Intel’s RealSense technology brings depth perception to gadgets including phones and tablets. Laptops and desktops with RealSense cameras can respond to gestures you make by moving your hands, fingers, or face in the air, while use can snap pictures using the cameras on tablets like the Dell Venue 8 7000 Series and then adjust the depth-of-field after […]

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Intel RealSense depth-sensing camera coming to smartphones

Intel’s RealSense camera technology adds support for 3D features. On some devices like laptops a RealSense camera lets you control your computer using hand gestures. On mobile devices like the Dell Venue 8 7000 Series tablet, Intel’s RealSense Snapshot camera lets you capture depth-of-field information when snapping a photo, so you can edit the depth after […]

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Dell Venue 10 7000 is a big, business-friendly Android tablet

The Dell Venue 8 7000 which launched earlier this year is a speedy Android tablet with a great display and some unusual features including Intel’s RealSense 3D depth-sensing camera. Priced at $400, it’s also kind of expensive for an Android tablet. But Dell figures there’s room for an even bigger, more expensive model. Meet the Dell […]

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Closer look at Dell’s super-slim Venue 8 7000 tablet with RealSense camera

The Dell Venue 8 7000 Series is an Android tablet with an 8.4 inch, 2560 x 1600 pixel AMOLED display, an Intel Z3580 Moorefield processor, and super-thin case that’s measures just 6mm (about 0.24 inches) thick. Those features alone might be enough to justify the $399 asking price at a time when many Android tablets sell […]

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Dell Venue 8 7000 tablet with WQXGA screen, 3D camera to sell for $499

Dell unveiled an Android tablet with a super-slim design, a high-resolution screen, an Intel Atom Moorefield CPU, and a 3D camera last month… but at the time the company wouldn’t say much about the price or launch date. Now we have a pretty good idea: the Dell Venue 8 7000 Series should ship in late November […]