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LG's first 5G phone will likely be the V50 ThinQ for Sprint

LG and Sprint haven't been shy about their plans to launch a 5G smartphone in 2019. Now, though, you might be looking at the device in question. Well-known scoop provider Evan Blass has obtained an image of the V50 ThinQ, a Sprint-bound...
Topics: Mobile Technology

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Today’s top deals: $20 headphones, Instant Pots, Philips Hue sale, Google Wifi, Apple Watch...

Surprise! We don't typically round up the best deals of the day on weekends, but there are so many killer bargains out there that we really had to do a roundup today. We love our readers way too much to let them miss out on these great deals!...
Topics: Google, Apple

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How to get the most out of Reminders, the best application made by Apple that's also totally free...

The best application Apple makes is Reminders. Released in 2011 as part of iOS 5, Reminders lets you create to-dos that sync across all your Apple devices, including iPhones, iPads, and Mac computers. You don't need a good memory if you know how to...
Topics: Apple, Ios, Mobile Technology, Tablets

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Debian GNU/Linux 9.8 Released with over 180 Security Updates and Bug Fixes

The Debian Project announced today the general availability of the eighth point release to the Debian GNU/Linux 9 "Stretch" operating system series. Coming only a month after the Debian GNU/Linux 9.7 emergency release that, which included only an...
Topics: Linux

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You’re almost out of time to save $70 on the Sony noise cancelling headphones that blow away Bose

The Sony WH1000XM3 Bluetooth Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones are by far the best Bluetooth headphones on the planet with active noise cancellation. You might think Bose wears the crown, and that's an honest mistake since the QC35 headphones are...
Topics: Sony, Bluetooth

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Windows 10 Will Let You Access Linux Files Using File Explorer

Microsoft’s Linux push in Windows 10 will continue with the release of the April 2019 update, also known as version 1903, and the company detailed some of the changes coming to users in a blog post. One of the most important improvements is the...
Topics: Linux, Microsoft

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Windows 10 app which offers to optimise your battery ionically drains it

The Microsoft Store’s main raison d’etre is to provide applications users can trust.  In January Symantec discovered Microsoft has failed this task, with 8 applications found in the Store infected with crypto-mining software. The...
Topics: Windows 8, Windows Store, Microsoft, Symantec

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Build Your Own Dial-up ISP With A Raspberry Pi

The bing-bongs, screeches, and whiirings of a diai-up modem are long forgotten now. For good reason. Dial up was slow, and if you’re one of those unlucky people reading this and waiting for the animated gif above this paragraph to load, you...
Topics: Bing

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Lego Monorail From Your 3D Printer

If you had to guess the age of a person hailing from a country in which Lego is commonly available, you might very well do it by asking them about the Lego trains available in their youth. Blue rails or grey rails, 4.5, 9, or 12 volt power, and even...
Topics: 3D Printers, Printers

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Behold, the Facebook phishing scam that could dupe even vigilant users

Enlarge (credit: anujraj) Phishers are deploying what appears to be a clever new trick to snag people’s Facebook passwords by presenting convincing replicas of single sign-on login Windows on malicious sites, researchers said this week. Single...
Topics: Facebook, Social Media, Computer Security

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Twitter Discovered To Not Be Deleting Direct Messages For Years

When you delete your private direct messages on Twitter, it is safe to assume that many would probably assume that they are deleted for good. As it turns out it might not be the case. In a report from TechCrunch, it has been discovered that Twitter...
Topics: Twitter, Social Media

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3 types of AI that represent our fears for the future

The AI icon Andrew Ng is quoted as saying, “Artificial intelligence is the new electricity.”  For anyone reading this, that’s a powerful analogy. Electricity empowers our surge in science and globalization over the past 100+ years, but the...

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This incredible Samsung soundbar is more than half off right now

Even if you're not an audiophile, this Samsung soundbar deal from Massdrop is worth checking out.        
Topics: Samsung

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Apple to buy AI voice startup PullString, report says - CNET

It's the same technology that helps power apps on Alexa and Google Home Assistant
Topics: Apple, Startup, Google

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Google Assistant’s Interpreter Mode now available for home use

A couple of weeks ago we told you that the Interpreter Mode was already spotted on the Google Assistant support page but there wasn’t an official announcement yet. Now Google has officially talked about rolling out the new feature for Google Home...
Topics: Google

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Apple Acquires Voice App Startup PullString

Apple recently purchased PullString, a San Francisco startup that enables the design and publishing of voice apps through its PullString Converse platform, reports Axios. PullString could be used to improve the voice capabilities of Siri, Apple's...
Topics: Apple, Startup

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New Nintendo Switch bundle drops today with eShop bonus

We’re smack in the middle of a period that’s generally pretty slow for video game sales, so it wasn’t very surprising to see Nintendo announce a new Switch bundle last week. Though the bundle doesn’t come with a pack-in game...
Topics: Nintendo, Tech Videos

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Future version of Windows 10 lets you browse your Linux subsystem files

Yesterday Microsoft surprised us by releasing a Windows 10 20H1 build,  which according to Microsoft’s changelog contained only a few minor fixes. One unheralded change was however noticed by Windows Subsystem for  Linux users, who noticed...
Topics: Linux, Microsoft

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Add a Universal Heads-Up Display (HUD) to Your Car for Just $32

Use your smartphone as a dash-mounted GPS? Though convenient, this setup is also dangerous. You can improve safety with the HUDWAY, now price dropped to $39.95. Plus you can save a further 15% […] The post Add a Universal Heads-Up Display...
Topics: Mobile Technology

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