YouTube now supports HDR video on Apple’s latest iPhones

YouTube has added support for HDR video playback on Apple’s iPhone X, 8, and 8 Plus. The iPad Pro also has a display that’s bright and vibrant enough for high dynamic range content, but MacRumors notes that YouTube hasn’t flipped the switch to enable it on there yet. HDR video …

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Rolls-Royce suggests using its first SUV to go volcano boarding

After years of teasing and testing, Rolls-Royce has unveiled its first SUV, a boat of a vehicle called the Cullinan that’s named after the largest diamond ever discovered. “The most anticipated car of 2018 and, quite possibly, the most anticipated Rolls-Royce of all time,” according to Rolls-Royce, the Cullinan goes …

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New cell tool uses AI to look inside human cells

Using artificial intelligence, scientists have created a tool that lets anyone visualize what the structures inside a cell look like — even when you only have images of the outside. The Allen Integrated Cell, available for free online, creates 3D visualizations that could help researchers better understand disease. This cell …

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Monster Hunter is coming to the Nintendo Switch this summer

The entire time I played Monster Hunter World on the PS4 back in January, I wished I could have a similar experience on the Nintendo Switch. Now, Capcom is making that happen… sort of. Today, the developer announced the series’s debut on Nintendo’s tablet in North America, but it isn’t …

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Instagram’s emoji slider is a new way to poll your friends

Instagram has announced a new variation of its polling sticker for Stories: now there’s an emoji slider that lets you ask and answer questions with an animated emoji on a sliding scale. The sliding scale allows users to ask people “how” instead of simply picking between two options, using an …

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