Although"Life of Kylie" hasn't aired yet, Kylie Jenner's famous sisters, Kim Kardashian West and Khloe Kardashian teased a few spoilers about the lip kit maven's upcoming reality series. On Monday, the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" stars shared details about Jenner's spin-off series and what fans should expect to see. "So you're definitely going to see her friends, her dating, what she does on a daily basis, how hard she really works," Kardashian West told E! News at the NBCUniversal 2017 Upfront. Jenner, who has been romantically linked to rapper Travis Scott since mid-April, was previously in a relationship with "Rack City" rapper Tyga. The two are not known for having a consistent relationship, but in the past, Jenner and the rapper have split and gotten back together.
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CBS has big, high-tech plans for its Super Bowl LIII coverage this February. To start with, it's using 14 cameras, including aerial systems, to create live virtual graphic elements designed to blend into the background. The network promises to show you those AR graphics up close and from various angles -- even if you're just watching on TV -- by using wireless handheld cameras that can track them on the field. In addition to capturing AR graphics in "never–before- seen field level views," CBS will also use multiple 8k cameras to be able to provide dramatic close-ups of everything happening on the field. And, yes, that includes detailed action from the end zone.
The tech giant also plans to boost its smartphone-incorporating Google Cardboard viewer with a new plastic viewer that includes computer chips and sensors, according to the Journal. Tech news site recode said sources confirmed that the new version will be unveiled at the I/O conference this week. Google first debuted Cardboard in 2014, and through a partnership with The New York Times last year distributed the device to more than 1 million people, giving Americans an affordable introduction to the new technology. Google's push into virtual reality during the conference additionally will include news about its Tango project – an effort to digitally map the interiors of buildings and make them accessible using new immersive video applications, Bloomberg reports.