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Thousands of Nevadans are downloading a new cellphone app that alerts users if they have been exposed to someone with the coronavirus. The ...

New cellphone app helps trace coronavirus in Nevada

Thousands of Nevadans are downloading a new cellphone app that alerts users if they have been exposed to someone with the coronavirus. The ...

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    In May, organizers said they planned to go ahead and hold some events in Las Vegas next year, but the thinking changed as COVID-19 cases ...

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    If the Cambridge Analytica scandal has you rethinking your Facebook account, you’re not alone. But dumping Facebook isn’t easy — and there’s a good chance ...

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    It could have been a scene straight out of a science fiction thriller.

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    “You shouldn’t realize it’s there; you should only be aware of the benefits that come from it.”

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    Your phone is brimming with junk—old photos, old emails, all kinds of useless data adding unnecessary drag.

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    Las Vegas will be getting its second e-sports arena soon, in the space once occupied by the now-closed LAX nightclub at Luxor, according to an ...

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    The ride-hailing service introduces its luxury-car service to our hospitality-driven town.

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    The forward-thinking and experiential weekender, which was previously held in Moapa, announces it will go on hiatus to evolve its concept.

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    You might think virtual reality is overhyped, poised to fade out and never penetrate the mainstream, but it’s gaining traction in commercial markets. Casino operators ...

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    A few years ago, smart TVs were the hot ticket. This year there were virtual reality headsets everywhere.

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    The hands-free, voice-activated speaker that can tell you the weather and shut off your lights will be installed in all of the resort's hotel rooms ...

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    Have a question about a Las Vegas park or your city council representative? Just ask Alexa. Amazon Echo, the increasingly popular voice-controlled device that uses ...

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    Check out their "Can't Stop the Feeling" video, which shows city employees and local residents shaking it to Justin Timberlake's hit song.

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    From insomnia to concussions, UNLV's College of Engineering students have been working on solutions for real-world problems.

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    Despite wet conditions, the festival's second edition improved upon last year's debut with a progressive electronic music program, enlightening discussions and a fully engaged attendance.

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    The program includes virtual reality displays, a demo of the world’s most realistic robotic face and a talk from Requiem for a Dream director Darren ...