قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / Tag Archives: magic (page 3)

Tag Archives: magic

The ESPN star has a collapse in the air, bringing its own network beyond the time of Magic Johnson, reports Los Angeles Lakers

Stephen A. Smith, ESPN's big star, unloads coverage of his own network's coverage of Magic Johnson's term as President of the Los Angeles Lakers. So disrespectful. At least ESPN star Stephen A. Smith thinks of his own network's decision to publish a report on the malfunction in the Los Angeles Lakers during the term of Magic Johnson as team president. …

Read More »

Magic Leap buys Belgian startup TechCrunch, which builds hologram teleconferencing software

Princess Leia's hologram message to Obi-Wan approaches reality, at least the augmented reality. Magic Leap announced yesterday that they have agreed to acquire the Belgian startup Mimesys. The team has been working to bring volumetric Star Wars-style video calls to the Magic Leap platform, and it seems the Florida AR start-up liked what they developed. We have not received any …

Read More »

Yankees storm past Mariners thanks to the nine-inning magic

Every other night, the Yankees could be considered lucky to beat the Mariners. After all, they botched two flyballs in the outfield and watched their safest infielder make a costly field blunder. Through eight innings on Tuesday, they had no hit with runners in hit position and were handcuffed by leftists. Hander Marco Gonzales, until a long rain delay in …

Read More »

The Nubia Red Magic 3 smartphone shoots 8K and has a built-in fan

The Chinese smartphone company Nubia has unveiled the Red Magic 3, a 48-megapixel photo and 8K video. The unit's performance is so high that it provides liquid cooling via a copper heat pipe and built-in cooling fan . The Red Magic 3 is marketed as a smartphone that excels when playing. It's also a beast on the photography and video …

Read More »

The royals of the world are modernizing, but have they lost their magic?

He met his future wife Michiko Shoda at a tennis tournament. Later, he became the first Japanese emperor in the king's 1,500-year history to marry someone outside the aristocracy. When the couple had children, they were the first Japanese kings to raise them without help – and allegedly even got their children to pack their own school lunches. As the …

Read More »