GSD Group Partners with Global Design Firm Gensler to Unveil New Atari(R) Hotels Design Inspired by the History and Future of Gaming

The Future of Hospitality Begins with World-Class Atari Hotels, Where Gaming and Pop Culture-inspired Entertainment and Modern Accommodations Converge

SCOTTSDALE, AZ / ACCESSWIRE / October 14, 2020 / GSD Group – an innovation and strategy agency – announced today that it has hired world-renowned architecture and design firm Gensler and unveiled their vision for the highly anticipated pop culture and video game-inspired Atari® Hotels with the first two hotels to open in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Phoenix, Arizona. In addition, GSD Group has secured the rights to build future Atari Hotels opening in Austin, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco, San Jose, and Seattle. The newly announced Las Vegas location will bring an experience that has never existed in a market primed for evolution.

Announced earlier this year as an exclusive licensing agreement with Atari®, the iconic entertainment brand behind seminal video games properties such as Asteroids®, Centipede®, and PONG®, Atari Hotels

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Apple expected to unveil 5G-capable iPhone 12 at event Tuesday

Oct. 13 (UPI) — Apple is expected to announce its first 5G-compatible iPhone during a highly anticipated digital event on Tuesday.

The company has teased the event with the tagline “Hi, Speed” ahead of the event, scheduled for 1 p.m. EDT.

The announcement is expected to come in a pre-recorded video from Apple Park featuring CEO Tim Cook and other executives providing a look at the company’s latest smartphone lineup.

The new device, which would be the iPhone 12, is expected to come in four different models with display sizes ranging from 5.4 inches to 6.7 inches. The retail cost is rumored to begin at $700 and rise to $1,100 for the top-end model.

Apple is also rumored to be developing two new wireless chargers that could release alongside the new phones, after the company canceled its AirPower charger last year.

The release of a 5G iPhone comes at a

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Apple (AAPL) Set to Unveil iPhone 5G at Oct 13 Virtual Event

Apple AAPL is set to host an online event on Oct 13 where it is reportedly set to unveil new iPhones, including those supporting 5G.

Markedly, Apple guided during its third-quarter fiscal 2020 earnings call that sale of new iPhones will begin a few weeks later against the usual late-September release attributed to supply-chain issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Apple has been speculated to launch four new iPhone models that include two cheaper iPhone 12 models at 5.4 inches and 6.1 inches, and two iPhone 12 Pro models with 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch screens. Notably, the 5.4-inch phone will be the smallest iPhone since the iPhone SE was released in 2016 and the 6.7-inch model is the biggest ever.

Per a Bloomberg report in April, the iPhone 12 Pro models are expected to have three cameras and new 3D LIDAR sensors that help with augmented-reality applications. The upcoming iPhones are

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Apple Sets Oct. 13 Online Event, Could Unveil New iPhone

Apple  (AAPL) – Get Report said it would hold an online event on Oct. 13, and industry watchers expect the tech company to unveil the latest iterations of its ubiquitous iPhone.

Four models of the iPhone 12 are expected to be announced at the event, according to Apple Insider. The iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are all expected to debut. 

The new iPhone is expected to be 5G-enabled. The models would arrive just a month after Apple’s September event, where it introduced new hardware and subscription bundles. 

The standard models are expected to have 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch OLED displays, while the Pro versions are expected to have 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch versions. 

The standard models will have two 12-megapixel cameras, according to Apple Insider, while the pro model adds a third camera on the back for telephoto shooting. 

Speculation on the

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Army Secretary visits Austin to unveil latest partnership between military and Texas

AUSTIN (Nexstar) — An autonomous, four-legged robot led the Army Secretary around the University of Texas’ flagship campus Friday, as the school highlighted its military partnerships with the unveiling of its robotics lab.

The facility, a collaboration between UT Austin and Army Futures Command, formally opened with a ribbon cutting Friday, though the advancements in technology have been long-worked on by researchers at The Forty Acres.

Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, Gov. Greg Abbott and Army Futures Command General John M. Murray joined UT Austin President Jay Hartzell for the announcement.

“It’s not simply about a specific project or mission,” Hartzell said. “It’s about our full commitment to developing a technological advantage for the defense of our nation.”

On a tour of the robot lab, Army leadership saw dozens of demonstrations, including tele-surgery equipment for remote medical operations, quadruped robots to help search for targets and vehicles that make adjustments based

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Tesla’s Musk sees no immediate boost from ‘Battery Day’ tech unveil

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(Reuters) – Tesla Inc <TSLA.O> CEO Elon Musk said improvements to be unveiled at the electric-vehicle maker’s “Battery Day” event would not reach “serious high-volume production” until 2022, knocking its shares down.

Analysts were expecting Musk to unveil at the event plans for Tesla to produce its own battery cell as it seeks to cement its lead over General Motors <GM.N>, Volkswagen <VOWG_p.DE> and others.

But in a post on Twitter ahead of the Tuesday event, Musk said: “This affects long-term production, especially Semi, Cybertruck & Roadster, but what we announce will not reach serious high-volume production until 2022.”

Tesla expects significant shortages in 2022 and beyond, Musk cautioned, adding it intended to increase cell purchases from Panasonic <6752.T>, South Korea’s LG Chem <051910.KS>, China’s CATL <300750.SZ>, and possibly other partners.

LG

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Musk sees no immediate boost from ‘Battery Day’ tech unveil

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(Reuters) – Tesla Inc <TSLA.O> Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said on Monday improvements to be unveiled at the electric-car maker’s “Battery Day” event would not reach “serious high-volume production” until 2022, knocking its shares lower.

Many analysts and industry officials expected Musk to unveil battery improvements at the widely-anticipated event, extending the automaker’s lead over General Motors <GM.N>, Volkswagen <VOWG_p.DE> and other rivals.

In a tweet ahead of the event scheduled for Tuesday, Musk said: “This affects long-term production, especially Semi, Cybertruck & Roadster, but what we announce will not reach serious high-volume production until 2022.”

Musk also said Tesla intends to increase battery cell purchases from suppliers Panasonic <6752.T>, South Korea’s LG Chem <051910.KS> and China’s CATL <300750.SZ>, and possibly with other partners as well.

Despite the cell suppliers’ working

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Royale will unveil its FlexPai 2 foldable smartphone on September 21

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  • Royole is holding a September 21 event where it’s expected to unveil the FlexPai 2.
  • The new foldable phone should have an improved screen, faster performance and more cameras.
  • It’s not certain how widely available the FlexPai 2 will be.

You shouldn’t have to wait long for more details of Royole’s sequel to its foldable FlexPai phone. Royole has announced (via Ross Young and Gizmochina) a “new product launch” on September 21 at 10:30PM Eastern (10:30AM Beijing time) where it should formally unveil the FlexPai 2. The event will stream live on Royole’s website and YouTube.

The company isn’t providing many clues as to what you can expect, although the imagery from the invitation leaves little doubt that a foldable device is coming.

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Royole has already confirmed that the FlexPai 2 will revolve around an improved display. The foldable phone will have a much brighter, more color-accurate screen (reportedly

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