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The pink lines indicate flooded streets. Of course, this isn't the first time tech has been used to help in a catastrophe. Facebook's "Safety Check" feature is so popular that it's become a permanent placement on its site. Apple has used iTunes to collect donations for disasters. And Google has done everything from making satellite photos publicly available to creating an online person-finder. We knew the destruction from Hurricane Harvey was bad, but this interactive map of Houston's floods show exactly how severe it is.

Online maps have already changed the way we move around in the world, But now, a project called U-Flood promises to show us exactly how bad the flooding from Hurricane Harvey really iphone xs / x brown barely there leather case is, The project, by consultants at the environmental firm Marine Weather and Climate and the tech company Tailwind Labs, is an interactive map of flooding in Houston as well as other cities like Galveston, Baton Rouge and New Orleans, It relies on the community to update the map, and so far has received more than 1,500 reports, Currently, it's counting 991 roads inundated in Houston as a result of Hurricane Harvey..

David Lowes, head of marketing for Samsung's European operations, touts the company's vision what "normal" now is with smart devices. Samsung's now best known for its smartphones, but it has a huge business selling other electronics, including TVs and home appliances. The company typically hosts two separate events at IFA, one for its electronics business and one for mobile. This year, it combined them into an hour-long keynote Wednesday at the Tempodrom in central Berlin. Its talk centered around the theme of "your new normal" -- what life should be like with all of your smart devices.

"What is your new normal?" asked David Lowes, head of marketing for Samsung's European operations, "It's being able to create, capture and share moments in the moment, It's having TV as a work of art, It's having your laundry perfectly done in 30 minutes, It's having a wellness trainer on your wrist, It's about simple innovations that change aspects of your life in ways you never could have anticipated but then can't live iphone xs / x brown barely there leather case without."Samsung's biggest news was three new wearables -- the Gear Sport smartwatch, Gear Fit 2 Pro fitness band and Icon X 2018 wireless earbuds, They all emphasize fitness features, like the ability to swim in salt water with the Gear Sport and Fit 2 Pro, One thing the watch and fitness band don't have is Bixby, Samsung's new voice assistant, though the Icon X 2018 earbuds can interact with Bixby via a Samsung phone..

Here's everything Samsung announced. Tech Culture: From film and television to social media and games, here's your place for the lighter side of tech. Special Reports: CNET's in-depth features in one place. The Korean company packs its event in Berlin with plenty of news on gear ranging from home appliances to wearables. Samsung may have just hosted a major event in New York, but there's no way it was going to sit out the biggest tech show in Europe. That's IFA, held each year in Berlin. And Samsung did have plenty of news (even if it all was pretty minor compared with its new flagship Note 8 smartphone).


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