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Intel ended at CES keynote, but the different unveil DG1 it's very own GPU.
In other words, it's not clear yet whether this will be a replacement for integrated graphics and high end productivity laptops Word of the DG1 will be sold as a replacement for the Nvidia and AMD graphic cards you find in gaming rigs.
But they did demo it running Destiny 2, and that was enough to turn a few heads.
The startup that launched the Impossible Burger in 2016 is now tackling another meat.
At CES, the company debuted Impossible Pork.
A plant-based substitute designed to mimic ground meat from pigs.
It's gluten free and looks strikingly similar to real pork with its light pink hue when raw and juicy texture after cooking.
According to those who tried it, it's surprisingly similar to the real thing.
There's no word yet though on when it'll be sold.
Finally, Oneplus has debuted its first concept phone known as the Oneplus concept one.
The concept one features a special glass that uses an electrical current to tint the lens of the rear cameras, making them essentially disappear when the cameras aren't in use.
The glass is opaque and black.
When it's time to launch the camera, the glass turns transparent.
And the cameras are then visible.
We're not sure who exactly this kind of tech is for, but it's a wild idea and nevertheless.
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