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Apple is readying noise-canceling AirPods and a cheaper HomePod

If you think Apple's AirPods ought to have water resistance or noise-cancellation, and you wish Apple would drop the price of its HomePod smart speaker, you may be in luck.
Topics: Apple

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OtterBox launches OtterSpot modular home and portable wireless charging system for iPhone and more

OtterBox is out today with an interesting take on streamlining the iPhone wireless charging experience. OtterSpot has arrived as a modular home and portable wireless charging system with a stackable design, USB-C, and 5,000 mAh capacity in the...
Topics: Iphone, IPhone 5, Mobile Technology

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You can now sign up for the Minecraft Earth beta on Android

Microsoft first opened up its Minecraft Earth beta to compatible iOS devices last month, and now it’s heading to Android. The software maker is accepting sign-ups for the Android version, and you’ll need an augmented reality (AR-capable) handset...
Topics: Minecraft, Android, Mobile Technology, Microsoft, Ios

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How to Turn On Bluetooth on Your Mac and Pair New Devices

Chances are that you own at least one Bluetooth accessory. This handy short-range communication standard lets you connect all sorts of devices together. Today, we’ll look at how to turn on Bluetooth on your Mac and what to do afterward....
Topics: Bluetooth

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Shhh! Microsoft, Intel, Google and more sign up to the Confidential Computing Consortium

You can make your own joke about foxes and hen houses... The Linux Foundation has signed up the likes of Microsoft and Google for its Confidential Computing Consortium, a group with the laudable goal of securing sensitive data.…
Topics: Microsoft, Intel, Google, Linux

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This Bose smart speaker pairs Alexa and Google Assistant with a 12hr battery

Bose has a new wireless smart speaker, offering not only Alexa and Google Assistant support but a rechargeable battery to properly cut the cord. The new Bose Portable Home Speaker may not have an especially imaginative name, but it’s certainly...
Topics: Google

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Samsung DeX is going into Chicago police cars

While it has become more common these days to connect smartphones to cars, the idea of putting your entire computer on the dashboard is still alien, almost laughable. Yet that is exactly the idea that Samsung is selling with its DeX In Vehicle...
Topics: Samsung, Mobile Technology, Police

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Verizon enlists Boingo to help it bring 5G indoors

Sure, real 5G is up to three times faster than LTE, but there are a few caveats. As we discovered in Chicago, 5G doesn't always hold up when you're trying to use it indoors. Even a pane of glass can cause your signal to flicker between 5G...
Topics: Verizon Communications Inc

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Amazon drops the prices for Eero Home mesh Wi-Fi routers and systems

Smart home configurations require fast and consistent Wi-Fi signals throughout the house, especially in any area with smart devices. Heading into Labor Day, Amazon dropped the prices on eero Home brand mesh Wi-Fi routers and systems.
Topics: Amazon

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and CentOS 6 Receive Important Kernel Security Update

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and CentOS 6 GNU/Linux operating systems have received an important Linux kernel security update that addresses several critical vulnerabilities and fixes various bugs. The new Linux kernel security update is marked...
Topics: Linux, Red Hat

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Satechi Launches Dual-Connector Type-C Multimedia Adapter, Supporting Two 4K Displays

Satechi today announced the Type-C Dual Multimedia Adapter, which plugs into two of the MacBook Pro's USB-C ports to offer a handful of add-on ports. In total, this includes: one 4K HDMI port at 60Hz, one 4K HDMI port at 30Hz, USB-C power...
Topics: MacBook

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Testing Made Easier Via Framework Minimalism And Software Architecture

Testing Made Easier Via Framework Minimalism And Software Architecture Testing Made Easier Via Framework Minimalism And Software Architecture ...

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T-Mobile Experiencing Outage, Some Customers Unable to Make Calls or Send Texts

T-Mobile appears to be experiencing a significant outage, with many T-Mobile customers unable to make calls or send text messages, reports TechCrunch. Based on reports on Twitter and other social networks, the outage started at approximately 3:00...
Topics: Twitter, Social Media

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The Lenovo ThinkPad T490s Is a Solid Laptop with an Identity Crisis

The ThinkPad T490s sacrifices some distinction for wider appeal. Michael Crider When is a ThinkPad no longer a ThinkPad? As a fan of the brand, I had to ask that question to write this review of the T490s. It looks and feels the part, but mainstream...
Topics: Lenovo, Laptops

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Automatic Rewinder Makes Kite Retrieval A Breeze

So you’ve built a fine kite, taken it to the beach, and let it ride the wind aloft on a spool of line. Eventually it has to come down, and the process of reeling all that line that was so easily paid out is likely a bigger chore than you care...

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Largest Chip Ever Holds 1.2 Trillion Transistors

We get it, press releases are full of hyperbole. Cerebras recently announced they’ve built the largest chip ever. The chip has 400,000 cores and contains 1.2 trillion transistors on a die over 46,000 square mm in area. That’s roughly the...

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This AI-powered text generator is the scariest thing I’ve ever seen — and you can try it

OpenAI, a nonprofit focused on creating human-level artificial intelligence, just released an update to its GPT-2 text generator. I’m not being hyperbolic when I say that, after trying it, I’m legitimately terrified for the future of humanity if...

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Vizio TVs and sound systems on sale: Save up to $500 when you shop refurbished

If you haven’t already invested in a home theater setup (think hi-def TV and a soundbar), we’re seriously urging you to reconsider.  While these devices typically aren’t the cheapest, we're featuring a number of refurbished...

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Everything we know about PlayStation Now, including Sony’s plans for the future

PlayStation Now will become a focal point as the PS4's lifecycle ends and the PS5 takes the stage.
Topics: Playstation, Sony

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Chrome Will Soon Be Able To Tell You If Your Passwords Have Been Compromised

These days, the number of data breaches that we’re hearing about seems to be on the rise, showing us that maybe it is time to retire the password or at least enhance it with added security like 2FA. We imagine that it could be a while before...
Topics: Chrome

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