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Samsung shows us why the iPhone needs an OLED display

Apple prides itself on delivering the best LCD displays you’ll find in a smartphone, but they pale in comparison to the OLED screens offered by its rivals. Samsung proves that — and shows us why the iPhone needs an OLED display — in the awesome comparison video below. Samsung has been using “Super AMOLED” displays […](via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

Has Supergirl Just Hired Its Cat Grant Replacement?

We’re excited to see Supergirl heading to the CW this year, but that excitement is tinged with the sadness of the fact it means the show will have a lot less of its golden regular Calista Flockhart as the fabulously icy Cat Grant. That probability seemingly has become much more certain with the arrival of what appears to be her replacement.Read more... Source: Gizmodo

Apple Watch tops all wearables in customer satisfaction rankings

The first watch from Apple is starting to rack up awards as quickly as its first smartphone did when it launched. In its annual survey for fitness band device satisfaction, J.D. Power found that Apple Watch has a higher rating among customers than any other smartwatch, making it the most beloved wearable in the world. […](via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

Check Out This Robot's Funky Walking Style

All the sensors, servos, and motors that allow humanoid robots like ATLAS to walk on two feet require a lot of battery power—so much so that they’re still impractical for real-world applications. But by more closely replicating a human’s gait—at least one with lots of swagger—Georgia Tech’s DURUS requires far less power.Read more... Source: Gizmodo

Simon Pegg Has a Canonical Explanation For Why Sulu Is Gay in the New Star Trek Universe

We’ve covered the news that the Sulu of Star Trek Beyond is gay, and the arguments on both sides. But here’s something a bit different—tucked into a second response addressing George Takei’s disappointment, co-writer Simon Pegg has shared his explanation for this change, given that the movie timeline only diverged from the original Trek universe upon Nero’s arrival in the 2009 movie.Read more... Source: Gizmodo