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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 world’s first hands-on: Tight core, tons of questions

Enlarge / Treyarch's David Vonderhaar (left) and Dan Bunting speak at the CoDBLOPS4 reveal event. (credit: Sam Machkovech) LOS ANGELES—"Treyarch has never shied away from breaking away from convention." With those words, studio chairman Mark Lamia kicked off a Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 reve...

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Elon Musk talks proof-of-concept tunnel parallel to the 405 in Los Angeles

Enlarge / Elon Musk speaking to a crowd in Los Angeles On Thursday evening in Los Angeles, Tesla, SpaceX, and Boring Company CEO Elon Musk laid out plans for The Boring Company to start building longer tunnels under the city. The first step? A 2.7 mile north-south test tunnel parallel to one of...

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Samsung’s new 49-inch monitor ramps up the resolution for ultra-wide perfection

We are seeing an increasing number of huge ultra-wide monitors hitting the market these days, and apparently Samsung has another model waiting in the wings – a massive 49-inch curved screen with a resolution of 5,120 x 1,440 pixels.As TFT Central reports, this new monitor – which Samsung...

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New Samsung ad is all about Apple’s iPhone throttling mess

Months after the controversy made headlines and angered consumers, Samsung is only now getting around to trolling Apple for throttling iPhones. A new commercial tells the familiar tale of many Samsung ads: an iPhone user gradually becomes so fed up with Apple’s phone that they ultimately make...

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Apple’s Everyone Can Code is expanding to schools that support students who are blind and deaf this fall

Apple’s Everyone Can Code initiative, which introduces young students to coding through the Swift Playgrounds iPad app, is coming to several schools across the US that support students with vision, hearing, and other assistive needs, the company announced today. Eight schools will be participa...

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Here’s a $4,500 iPhone X with a solar charger on the back

A Russian accessory maker named Caviar has started selling a solar-powered version of the iPhone X going for $4,500. Caviar is branding the phone the iPhone X “Tesla” and it initially announced its plans back in November, as spotted by AppleInsider. Since Caviar makes neither iPhones no...

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Google Launches YouTube Music and YouTube Premium

Google has launched two new services: YouTube Premium and YouTube Music. Except they aren’t really new. YouTube Music is Google Play Music with a new name, and YouTube Premium is YouTube Red with a new name. Confused? Don’t worry, we’re confused as well. Google has so many fingers...

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7 Ways Wi-Fi Cameras Can Make You a Better Parent

Being a parent is tough. No matter if you’re raising a toddler or a teenager, there are times when you really need to have eyes behind your head. Thankfully, a new generation of wireless cameras can help parents keep a closer eye on their children. 1. Monitoring If Teens Made Their Curfew Keep...

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How to Recover Your PC Using an Android Device

Your PC’s operating system crashed, and the only chance of recovery is an ISO file flashed to a USB stick. But if you don’t have a spare PC to create installation media with, don’t worry. Android has you covered. Here’s how to recover your PC using your phone or tablet. Your...

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3 Easy Ways to Convert Webpages Into PDFs

Most people know how to save print-friendly versions of webpages for easier reading. They often exclude many of the images and advertisements to save printing time and ink. But what about converting a webpage into a PDF? By doing that, you could read any webpage offline in no-internet zones, making...


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