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These Fantastic Printable Halloween Stencils Are Spookily Creative

When Halloween rolls around, many people are picking out pumpkins to carve. And, over the years, the carvings seem to have gotten more elaborate. You do not see as many plain old pumpkins as before. Many stores sell complete kits and you can even find online tutorials. But using a printable stencil...

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Install Linux to Save Space! These Tiny Linux Distros Are Super Small

Do you have an old PC lying around gathering dust? Would you like to make use of the old small-capacity USB flash drives sitting in your drawer? You can reuse your old computer and USB drives by installing a super small Linux operating system (also known as a “distribution” or “dis...

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Google Store Trade-In Program has Some Things You Should be Aware Of

The trade-in program that Google launched in the Google Store just before announcing the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL sure looks like a sweet option to score a discount on a new phone, especially if you are coming from an original Pixel or Pixel XL and don’t mind ditching your current device. Howeve...

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LG V30: First 10 Things to Do!

As you are now well-aware after watching our LG V30 unboxing, we do indeed have a retail V30 in house and are (finally) progressing towards that official review. Before we get there, though, we like to get to fully know the ins-and-outs of devices like this and share some tips and tricks related to...

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Verizon Moto Z, Z Play, Z Force Updated With Blueborne Patch

The Moto Z, Moto Z Force (software version: NCLS26.118-23-1-1), and Moto Z Play (software version: NDNS26.118-23-4) on Verizon are receiving the September Android Security patch, which includes a fix for the Blueborne vulnerability. If this is the first you’re hearing about Blueborne, click he...

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LG V30 Unboxing!

We have had an LG V30 in the office for some time, but because it was a non-retail unit, we weren’t able to bring you all of the coverage we usually do. We didn’t unbox it, review it, or anything like that. Well, we have a retail unit now, so all of that changes starting today! Before we...

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Report: Galaxy Note 9 May Have Fingerprint Reader Embedded in Display

We’ve seen reports over the past year about Samsung and Apple in a race to embed fingerprint readers in front displays. According to the latest report, Samsung may score a “W” come late next year with the Galaxy Note 9 if all goes smoothly. As reported, Samsung is already receiving...

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OnePlus is collecting user data without permission, and that’s not okay

On his blog, Chris Moore reveals that the Chinese electronics company has been collecting some very specific data from OnePlus users without their permission. Editor's PickNew rumor claims OnePlus 5T is coming in November with an 18:9 display We've been focusing a lot of our energy on the Pixel...

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Google tinkering with autoplay videos in the YouTube app

Personally, whenever I sign into the Facebook app on any of my devices, the first thing I do is turn off autoplay videos. There’s something about an app doing something I don’t want at any given time that rubs me the wrong way, but others view it as a convenience rather than an annoyanc...

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Deal: Qi Wireless Charging Pad, 10 bucks

Today we’re spotlighting a wireless charging pad that normally goes for $21.99, but for a brief time it’s on sale for $10.99. Not many frills or gimmicks here. You’re getting a standard Neva Tech wireless charger for about the price you would pay for a normal MicroUSB cable (which...


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