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Samsung Quick Share AirDrop competitor has a weird quirk

Android has been around for a long time and yet it still seems to have trouble easily and quickly sharing files with one another. Next to iMessage, Apple’s AirDrop is one of the most coveted iOS features that Android users want on their...
Topics: Samsung, Mobile Technology, Android, IMessage, Apple, Ios

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Microsoft details what the new Edge imports from Chrome, and it’s a lot

A week ago Microsoft released the stable version of their new Chromium-based Edge browser, and many of our readers may have noticed that the browser seamlessly imports more or less all of their data from their Google Chrome browser, making it...
Topics: Microsoft, Chrome, Chromium, Google

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Axing Lightning for iPhone would mean unprecedented e-waste, Apple says - CNET

The tech giant argues that "hundreds of millions" of customers would be affected by a forced switch to USB-C.
Topics: Iphone, Mobile Technology, Apple

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LG Android 10 Desktop Mode might be heralding a huge change

It was rather odd that LG, who needs every bit of good publicity it can get, was so silent about the Desktop Mode feature it sneaked in with its UX 9.0 Android 10 update. After all, it’s no small thing when you’re offering a power user...
Topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Android Update

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Broadcom announces new ‘high-performance component’ deals with Apple, valued at $15B

Chipmaker Broadcom has announced that it has inked two multi-year deals with Apple to provide “high-performance wireless components and modules.” These chips will be used in Apple products for the next three and a half years, Broadcom says. ...
Topics: Apple

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Nintendo’s rumoured Switch Pro might not use Nvidia’s Tegra X1+ chip

Nintendo Switch Pro rumours have once again appeared.While the Japanese gaming giant still hasn’t confirmed a higher-end version of the current Switch is in the works, Wccftech says “unspecified sources” claim that the console...
Topics: Nintendo, Nvidia

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LastPass deleted its Chrome extension by mistake, will be back soon

LastPass is my password manager of choice, and recently, the company caused some confusion by accidentally deleting its Chrome extension. Rest assured, though, the extension should be restored any time now. more… The post LastPass deleted its...
Topics: Chrome

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Daily Deal: UX-App -- Interaction & UI Design Software

Wire up working HTML5 prototypes with a uniquely powerful visual interaction design engine and export to working HTML & Javascript. Say "Hi" to UX-App. It's a full-featured product planning tool that allows you to create functional mock-ups for...

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Tinder Adds A Panic Button Along With The Ability To Verify Your Profile

Tinder is one of the most popular dating apps available for smartphones.While it’s fun for some but meeting strangers may not be a good idea all the time.So, Tinder has added some essential safety features that will come in handy if things go...
Topics: Mobile Technology

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You Don't Own What You've Bought: Under Armour Smart Hardware Gets Lobotomized

Time and time again we've highlighted how in the modern era, you don't really own the hardware you buy. In the broadband-connected era, firmware updates can often eliminate functionality promised to you at launch, as we saw with the Sony Playstation...
Topics: Firmware, Sony, Playstation

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Your manager, or 69% of what that person does, will be automated, says Gartner

Bots, intelligent assistants and automation are going to take over most of what your manager currently does.

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Mac users are getting bombarded by laughably unsophisticated malware

Enlarge (credit: Kaspersky Lab) Almost two years have passed since the appearance of Shlayer, a piece of Mac malware that gets installed by tricking targets into installing fake Adobe Flash updates. It usually does so after promising pirated...
Topics: Malware, Computer Security, Kaspersky, Adobe, Tech Videos

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Why your business should focus on understanding speech over voice recognition

If you have ever had to repeat “yes” six times to your automated telephone banking assistant, you’d be forgiven for thinking that automatic speech recognition (ASR) has a long way yet to go. But it might surprise you to know that computers are...

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Amazon discounts these stunning 55-inch Sony 4K TVs by up to $502

The Sony X950G and A8G 4K TVs are visually mindblowing. Save up to $502 when you get them on Amazon today.
Topics: Amazon, Sony

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AI Is About to Spark a Radical Shift in White Collar Work. But There’s Still ‘Plenty of Work...

The story of automation in America has long been told in shuttered factories and declining Midwestern cities. But the latest wave of advancements in artificial intelligence may be bring the prospect of machine replacement beyond blue collar work....

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Sonos changes tack on “legacy” hardware

Older hardware still won’t get new software features after May, but operating them won’t prevent firmware updates for new hardware.
Topics: Firmware

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Amazon discounts these top-of-the-line Roomba robot vacuums, up to $300 off

Enjoy smart and superior floor cleaning without missing out on savings with these Roomba S9+ and i7+ deals.
Topics: Amazon, Roomba, Robots

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What are the main categories of digital marketing?

Digital marketing is not just a buzzword which is thrown around at networking events. It is necessary for you to comprehend the types of digital marketing which you have at your disposal. After this you need to make use of these methods in order...
Topics: Marketing

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Is your home WiFi not cutting it? You need this.

TL;DR: Replace your old router with the full-coverage Eero mesh WiFi system — now $75 off on Amazon. If you're constantly restarting your WiFi router because you can't seem to escape Netflix's 25% buffering ring of despair, it's time to throw...
Topics: Amazon, Netflix

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What does Dell’s XPS 15 excel at?

Dell's 2019 XPS lineup has done well across the board -- both reviewers and consumers alike were impressed by the performance, speed and sleek design of last year's XPS 13. Its big brother, the XPS 15, continued that trend. With a...
Topics: Dell

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