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A Faster Samsung Wireless Charger Just Hit the FCC as Galaxy Note 9 Battery Rumors Surface

Now that we’re almost mid-way through 2018, it’s time we start targeting 2nd half of the year phone launches from the big players in the game that actually matter. Samsung remains one of those and their next Galaxy Note phone might be less than two months from a reveal. Assumed to be cal...

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DEAL: Unlocked LG V30S ThinQ 128GB Drops to $599 Today Only ($330 Off)

Instead of announcing a new top tier phone at MWC to help kick of 2018, reports pegged LG at the time as being confused, possibly not knowing what to do with their next major phone. So rather than give us nothing, they re-released the LG V30 and called it the LG V30s. There was no difference between...

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This massive, 14-course (78-hour!) bundle is your ticket to a programming career

The internet is made up of 4.58 billion web pages. If you put them end to end, well, I guess they probably wouldn’t reach very far. Still, that’s a lot of pages. Some are dormant, but many of them are regularly maintained and updated. Others are awaiting redesign or overhaul. And o...

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Why hardcore gaming phones are now a thing

Asus Playing games on our mobile phones has been popular for a long time, but for the most part popular games are pretty casual fare, like Angry Birds, Candy Crush, or Pokémon Go. Plenty of Android games are more hardcore than those franchises, but they haven’t gotten n...

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US officials warn against bringing phones to Russia for the World Cup

FIFA U.S. officials warned the public against taking their personal and business devices to Russia for the World Cup. Officials say hackers and the Russian government could try and compromise devices. The FIFA World Cup takes place in Russia from June 14 to July 15. Taking place every four years,...

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Twitter will emphasize live news and events in your feed, as part of ‘transformation’

Twitter will now emphasize Twitter live news and live events in your newsfeed. There will also be push notifications about live happenings that Twitter thinks you are interested in. This is part of a new, larger strategy focused on the “transformation” of Twitter. It’s no secret...

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This AR guppy feeds on the spectrum of human emotion

Indiecade always offers a nice respite from the wall of undulating human flesh and heat that is the rest of the E3 show floor. The loose confederation of independent developers often produces compelling and bizarre gaming experiences outside of the big studio system. TendAR is the most compelling ex...

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Uber brings on Facebook product director to lead driver product

Uber has brought on Daniel Danker to serve as a senior director and head of driver product. Prior to joining Uber, he was a product director at Facebook responsible for video and Facebook Live. “Drivers are the heart of the Uber experience, and Daniel’s passion for our mission an...

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Here’s what having the biggest game of the year looks like at E3

For all of the beautiful photo-realistic titles shown off at E3 this year, for all the mind-bending storylines and beautiful art styles, it seems that nobody can stop thinking about Fortnite. The battle royale title has picked up users at break-neck speeds, announcing yesterday that it now has 125 m...

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Musical.ly kills its standalone live-streaming app Live.ly

Musical.ly is merging the functionality from its two-year old live-streaming platform Live.ly into its main app, and has disabled Live.ly’s standalone app as part of the transition process. The Live.ly app will eventually be pulled from the App Store and Google Play, the company confirmed to...


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