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It's been 28 years since Nintendo gave us the classic Game Boy. Now, a student in Belgium has super-sized it, building the largest Game Boy in the world, which has earned him a Guinness World Record award. Read more...More about Gaming, Nintendo,...

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By: Monica Chin

The next time you go live for your Instagram followers, you'll be able to spice it up with some face filters.  The fun filters, stickers, and effects with which you bedeck your Instagram photos are now available for live video, Instagram has...

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By: Darrell Etherington

 Instagram is making its face filters available for live video streaming through the app, the company announced today. Instagram had introduced face filters, which add visual effects to detected faces, back in May, but until now it was only...

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By: Rachel Thompson

iOS 11 has just blessed us with a cavalcade of newfangled, super useful features. But, with every blessing comes a curse. One that Snapchat sexters need to know about.  The new update for iPhone and iPad which dropped this week has a swanky...

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By: Stan Schroeder

Bose's new premium, noise-cancelling headphones, QC35 II, come with Google Assistant support, the company announced Thursday.  The news is not exactly new, as these new cans leaked all over the internet a few days ago, but it's still notable....

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By: Paul Thurrott

Google and Bose announced this morning that Google Assistant is coming to the QC35 II noise-canceling headphones. The post Google Assistant Comes to Bose Headphones appeared first on Thurrott.com.

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Last week, we reported that Bose's QuietComfort 35 II Bluetooth headphones might include Google Assistant. Now, it's confirmed. Bose has revealed that this pair of QC headphones is the first to have a Google Assistant integration. They...

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Cnet
By: David Carnoy

The QuietComfort 35 II marks the first integration of Google Assistant in a headphone.

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TheVerge
By: Dieter Bohn

Google and Bose are today officially announcing a new version of the headphone maker’s great noise cancelling headphones, the QC 35s. The big new addition is Google Assistant — or rather, a dedicated button on the headphones that triggers the...

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By: Darrell Etherington

 Bose’s rumored QC 35 II noise-cancelling headphones are rumored no more: Bose made them official today, revealing the update to the company’s popular QC 35 premium noise-cancelling cans. Google worked with Bose to create the new...

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By: Mark Kaufman

Bill Gates has one regret: The two-handed maneuver "Control+Alt+Delete" shortcut that was once required to reboot any Windows computer. He publicly conceded this Wednesday while on stage at Bloomberg's Global Business Forum, in New York City,...

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Did you know there's more than one Louvre? That's right – the world famous Paris museum has loaned its name and some of its art to a new structure in Abu Dhabi, which floats on an artificial island. Ooh la la! Read more...More about Tech,...

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By: Gianluca Mezzofiore

Remember the "Roc"? The awe-inspiring, gigantic carrier aircraft from Stratolaunch, the company owned by Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen? SEE ALSO: Microsoft cofounder tweets a picture of his ginormous rocket-launching plane Back in June, it was...

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By: Pete Pachal

The Apple Watch Series 3 finally completes the picture of what a wearable device should be, thanks to the addition of a cellular LTE radio. Now the smartwatch can stay connected on its own, letting you stream music, send texts, or share heartbeats...

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By: Karissa Bell

Apple products are designed so that the newest one is almost always the best one. It doesn't always work out that way, of course, but the Apple TV 4K not one of those exceptions. With support for 4K and HDR, a speedy new processor, and refreshed...

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Apple's long-awaited fourth-generation Apple TV was almost a slam dunk. The only problem? It didn't have 4K. That was a notable omission since both Amazon and Roku released streaming players supporting the new format in 2015. Now, Apple is ...

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By: Jacob Kastrenakes

The 4K version of the Apple TV comes out tomorrow — so to get a jump on prospective buyers, Nvidia is making an announcement about its own 4K streaming box today: it’s introducing a new configuration of the Shield TV that will sell for $179, the ...

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NVIDIA's Shield TV promised to be an Android set-top box for gamers, and in that sense, it delivered. The company first released it in 2015, but its updated version cut down on price by bundling the $50 remote in to make the base-tier $200...

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By: Darrell Etherington

 Nvidia’s Shield TV, an Android TV-based device that’s currently the best option available for 4K streaming fans, is getting a price drop with a new package that leaves out the included video game controller. Bundled with just the...

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By: Stan Schroeder

The iPhone X is slated to start shipping to customers on Nov. 3. Reports say it'll be in short supply, with most customers not being able to get it this year at all.  But according to a report from Christopher Caso, a chip analyst at Raymond...

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By: Pete Pachal

The rumors are (mostly) true: Google is buying a part of HTC to beef up its hardware business. Google announced the agreement late Wednesday. Senior Vice President of Hardware Rock Osterloh wrote in a blog post that a "team of HTC talent" would join ...

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After weeks (months, and years) of speculation, HTC has announced that its "Powered by HTC" R&D division -- the team behind Google's Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones -- will be purchased by Google with $1.1 billion in cash....

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By: Ron Amadeo

Enlarge The Google and HTC deal is official, it's just not quite what we were expecting. Google isn't buying HTC outright, à la Motorola, but is instead Google and HTC have "signed an agreement" to send some of HTC's employees over to Google,...

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TheVerge
By: Chris Welch

Google is making another big buy into smartphone hardware — or at least the people responsible for creating it. The company has just confirmed that it plans to acquire part of HTC’s mobile division team for $1.1 billion. “These future fellow...

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By: DAISUKE WAKABAYASHI

The deal bolsters Google’s ability to build mobile hardware and joins two companies already working together on one of Google’s upcoming Pixel phones.

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Cnet
By: Roger Cheng

The deal allows Google to hire certain HTC employees, many of whom already work with Google on Pixel phones.

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Fast Company
By: Michael Grothaus

The company announced that it purchased “a team of HTC talent” from HTC’s Pixel phone division, which will now move and work in-house at Google helping design mobile phones. The HTC unit developed the Google Pixel and Pixel XL...

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Fortune
By: Robert Hackett

The Taiwanese company helps make Google's Pixel phones.

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Google’s $1.1 billion deal with HTC carries risks, but the internet giant needs more scale if it is to maintain its influence in the smartphone business.

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By: Vlad Savov

HTC and Google have just made official a $1.1 billion agreement whereby a substantial proportion of HTC’s smartphone design and engineering team will move to work for Google. While the specific details of the deal have not yet been disclosed, one...

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By: Catherine Shu

 The $1.1 billion cooperation deal announced today between HTC and Google ended months of speculation, but prompted new questions. Chief among them is if the agreement and cash infusion can save HTC, which has struggled with a series of...

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By: Darrell Etherington

 Google and HTC have entered into an agreement where certain HTC employees will join Google. As part of the transaction, HTC will receive $1.1B USD in cash from Google. Google will also receive non-exclusive license for HTC’s intellectual ...

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By: Paul Thurrott

Google is stealing away about 2,000 employees from struggling smartphone maker HTC for $1.1 billion in cash. The post Google Steals Away Key Smartphone Assets from HTC appeared first on Thurrott.com.

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By: Vlad Savov

Of the three most influential companies in smartphone design, Nokia fragmented into a million pieces after being bought out by Microsoft, Apple is still going strong, and Google just bought the third with its $1.1 billion deal with HTC. The reason...

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By: Raymond Wong

With Android, Google has already won the mobile war... at least, when it comes to software. Android is the world's most popular mobile operating system and is installed on 64.76 percent of phones and tablets worldwide, twice the size of iOS,...

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By: Colin Daileda

The story goes that, during the Battle of Jericho, God directed seven priests to blast notes from their ram's horns as they circled the city, and the sound from those horns wobbled the walls of Jericho until they crumbled.  This, almost...

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By: Brett Williams

BlackBerry will team up with automotive company Delphi to provide some much needed support for self-driving cars — but the project won't have anything to do with old-school smartphone service.  The two companies signed a commercial...

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By: Darrell Etherington

 Delphi is planning to launch its own autonomous driving solution for car manufacturers and mobility service fleet operators in 2019, and it announced today that it will use BlackBerry QNX as the operating system for the automated drive...

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By: Rachel Kraus

Next month, Switzerland's hospitals will be equipped with a potentially revolutionary autonomous drone delivery network.  Healthcare providers and a Menlo Park, California company called Matternet have teamed up to implement the system across...

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Matternet has long used Switzerland as a testing ground for its delivery drone technology, and now it's ramping things up a notch. The company has revealed plans to launch the first permanent autonomous drone delivery network in Switzerland,...

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By: Monica Chin

Remember how we told you to turn off your Bluetooth? Well, iOS 11 just made that a lot harder.  Turning off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth used to be as simple as swiping upwards and pressing two buttons on your control panel. Those buttons still exist in ...

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By: Nick Statt

Apple’s new Control Center in iOS 11 is a lot more fully featured, with a customizable layout and a number of new added controls accessible with Force Touch. One aspect of it that may have, at least at first, appeared like a big plus is now...

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If you've updated to Apple's new iOS 11, you might have played around with the new Control Center. You also might think that toggling Bluetooth and WiFi "off" in the Center might actually, you know, turn them off. Turns out,...

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By: Mashable Team

Read more...More about Iphone, Mashable Reels, Sn Reels, Iphone Pranks, and Tech

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By: Philips Hue

   In an age where voice assistants can play music, give directions, and define words, it’s no surprise that home lighting is becoming a leading use for this new category.  Philips Hue takes your lighting setup to the next...

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By: Mark Kaufman

  Knightscope, the robot security company famous for the R2-D2-like machine that recently drowned itself in a mall’s pool, has just unveiled an off-roading robot.  The Silicon Valley company calls this model the K7. With its four...

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By: Brett Williams

Google will bring its Android One program to the U.S. for the first time with Motorola's new Moto X4. The phone, which runs the "pure Android experience" without any carrier or manufacturer bloatware, will be available for Google's Project Fi...

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Google's efforts to disrupt the mobile carrier network have certainly proven popular for people who can feasibly use it, but it's no secret that the rollout of Project Fi has been restricted by the narrow choice of handsets available. Now, ...

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Phandroid
By: Ashley King

Project Fi is getting a new trade-in program that will grand service credit when you turn in an eligible device. Language found on the Google Store suggests it will be available there, too.

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Arstechnica
By: Jeff Dunn

Enlarge (credit: Motorola) Motorola’s Moto X4 is coming to Google’s Project Fi network, and it’s bringing Android One along with it. On Wednesday, Google announced that Motorola’s latest smartphone will work with its cellular MVNO service, ...

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By: Leah Stodart

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Real talk: you choose the wine by the label, then promptly toss it into the recycling bin after the goods are consumed. Seems like kind of a...

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By: Jack Morse

In failing to correctly patch a known vulnerability and exposing the personal data of potentially 143 million Americans to hackers, Equifax made a security blunder of epic proportions — however, it appears the company is just getting...

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By: Dan Goodin

Enlarge (credit: https://securityequifax2017.com/) The official Equifax Twitter account encouraged people to visit a knock-off website that mocks the company's security practices instead of the site the company created to warn of a massive data...

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Cnet
By: Alfred Ng

Can you tell the difference between equifaxsecurity2017.com and securityequifax2017.com? One is a lookalike support page set up to teach Equifax a lesson.

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Fortune
By: Robert Hackett

Even the customer support team can't avoid the scams.

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By: Karissa Bell

Nest just expanded its product lineup in a big way. The company's offerings now include a home security system, a connected doorbell, and an outdoor security camera. Nest introduced the new products at a press event in San Francisco Wednesday. SEE...

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TheVerge
By: Nick Statt

Nest is getting serious about home security with an entirely new product family it’s calling Nest Secure. Announced today at a hardware event in San Francisco, Nest detailed a new modular system that is designed to make home security more modern...

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Fortune
By: Jonathan Vanian

Nest debuted web-connected doorbells, a security system, and an outdoor camera.

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Tech Crunch
By: Frederic Lardinois

 Nest today announced its newest camera today: the Nest Cam IQ outdoor. This new outdoor camera brings the features of the company’s smart indoor camera to a more rugged outdoor version. As Nest GM of security products Michele Turner...

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By: Frederic Lardinois

 Nest announced a number of new security products today that all aim to keep your home safe from burglars and others you’d rather keep out. In addition to its new Nest Cam IQ Outdoor, the company also launched Nest Secure, its new, fully...

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TheVerge
By: Lauren Goode

Nest Labs just announced a whole bunch of new hardware products that address various entry points around the home, but the theme that appears across almost all of the products is smarter, more intelligent devices — whether that’s through facial...

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TheVerge
By: Dieter Bohn

Nest has announced that later this “winter,” its new indoor security camera — the Nest Cam IQ — will receive a software update that enables the Google Assistant. That means the $299 camera will essentially become a little Google Home,...

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Cnet
By: Megan Wollerton

The Nest Secure alarm system is a new security system for your entire house.

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Cnet
By: CNET staff

Nest just made a big play for your home's security. Here's everything you need to know about its new security products.

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Cnet
By: Richard Nieva

The last time the smart home company held a big event to enter a new product category, it was a security camera in 2015. A lot's changed since then.

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Nest wants to manage every aspect of your home's security -- not just its thermostats and cameras. The company has announced a slew of products designed to keep an eye on your home while you're away, under the Nest Secure banner. That...

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Cnet
By: Andrew Gebhart

Nest debuted a whole new lineup of smart security products on Wednesday. Take a look at Nest's new souped up smart home.

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Cnet
By: Rich Brown

A new doorbell camera named Hello from Nest brings the company into a new product category.

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By: Lance Ulanoff

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Tech Crunch
By: Brian Heater

 The new Apple Watch is mostly an iterative update over its predecessor, but for one major feature: LTE. The addition of cellular connectivity has been touted as everything from “nice” to “game changing,” but reviewers...

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Apple acknowledged problems with cellular connectivity in its newest smartwatch, raising questions about the device’s most significant feature days before it goes on sale in stores in the U.S. and other countries.

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Fortune
By: Aaron Pressman

Apple says it may have a fix soon.

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Fortune
By: Don Reisinger

And it won't be fixed at launch.

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Inc
By: Anick Jesdanun

An hour of phone calls over LTE will drain your watch's battery.

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Fortune
By: Jonathan Vanian

It's got something to do with the Apple Watch.

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Cnet
By: Ben Fox Rubin

Our expert Scott Stein gives us the real scoop on Apple's latest products.

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Inc
By: Associated Press

The company said it's working to find a fix.

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By: Aj Caldwell

The Sonnet uses Wi-Fi and long range radio to keep service on your phone when your out of range or off the grid. It also has some life saving features that could come in handy. Read more...More about Tech, Technology, Cell Phone, Cellular, and Hiking

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By: Brett Williams

Smelly, loud, gas-guzzling busses might not be around for much longer — not with all-electric busses that can drive for over one thousand miles on a single charge already on the road.  Electric bus maker Proterra claims that its...

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Cnet
By: Andrew Krok

That's about 1,098 miles longer than most would prefer to travel on a bus.

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By: Damon Beres

Creepers will have a field day with iOS 11, the just-launched update for iPhone and iPad that includes a brand new "screen recording" feature. SEE ALSO: iOS 11 review: Great on iPhone, extraordinary on iPad Yeah, that means exactly what you think it ...

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By: Kellen Beck

Looks like that copy of the NES game Golf discovered on the Nintendo Switch earlier this week could be a tribute to Satoru Iwata, the late president of Nintendo. The hidden copy of Golf found on every Switch console appears to reference Iwata in...

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By: Maria Dermentzi

A German startup, called Mellow Boards, designed an electric drive that can fit any skateboard, turning it into an electric hybrid. Just replace your board's rear track with "Mellow Drive" and use the remote control to switch between riding modes....

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By: Brett Williams

Facebook may have just taken a page out of MySpace's playbook: It's now testing a creepy feature that broadcasts your friends online activity status right on their profile page.  Mashable Business reporter Kerry Flynn first noticed the feature...

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By: Raymond Wong

Every new version of iOS in the last decade has always put the iPhone first. Not this year: iOS 11 is the iPad's time to shine. Read more...More about Tech, Apple, Iphone, Ipad, and Ios

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By: Gianluca Mezzofiore

There's a whole world of luxury carmakers who also design superyachts out there, a world you rarely see because, well, you probably aren't loaded enough to afford one. As simple as that.  SEE ALSO: 377-Foot Migaloo Submarine Yacht Is Perfect...

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By: Raymond Wong

Your face could be the next place for Amazon's Alexa voice assistant to invade. Amazon's is reportedly working on a pair of Alexa-powered smart glasses that could be announced at an upcoming product launch event, the Financial Times reports. The...

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By: Rachel Thompson

Figuring out whether your boss, crush or—let's be honest—ex is still following you can be a bit of a faff. But, Instagram is rolling out a new feature that could tell you instantly whether a person has unfollowed you.  SEE ALSO: I...

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By: Karissa Bell

You don't need to buy an iPhone 8 (or an iPhone X for that matter) to get that shiny, new-iPhone feeling. All you need to do is upgrade to iOS 11, which Apple dropped yesterday, to get in on tons of new features, access to the brand-new App Store,...

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By: Gianluca Mezzofiore

After denouncing end-to-end encryption, trying to control the online porn you watch and drafting one of the most invasive surveillance laws ever passed in a democracy, the UK prime minister is after big internet companies. SEE ALSO: Activists say...

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By: Lance Ulanoff

I don't own a dog, but if I did, I bet I would accidentally overfeed it. That's because every time it would look at me with those big brown eyes, begging for another meal, I'd go ahead and feed it. Again. And again.  I hear real dog owners also ...

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By: Emma Hinchliffe

Airbnb is trying to disrupt not just the hotel industry, but the entire travel industry.  That's why the home-rental platform just added the ability to book restaurant reservations directly through its app in just more than a dozen U.S....

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By: Natt Garun

Airbnb today announced that it will now help guests book restaurant reservations during their travels. The feature is yet another one of the company’s expansion from a home rental service to a full-scale travel agency, particularly with Airbnb’s ...

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By: Leah Stodart

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Amazon. Heard of it? It's no secret that the giant is basically gobbling up the entire retail industry like a tasty treat, but luckily, there are...

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By: Tony Lee

Apple Watch Series 3 offers a slew of new features such as in-watch data, a hidden antenna, an electronic SIM, a new dual core processor, and even more storage. Read more...More about Tech, Apple, Mashable Video, Data, and Siri

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By: Lance Ulanoff

Let’s talk about the red dot. The hint of bright color on the Apple Watch Series 3 digital crown serves no function. It’s just a bold reminder that this wearable doesn’t need your iPhone to do its job, thank you very much. SEE...

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Apple Inc. unshackles the Apple Watch Series 3 from your iPhone by giving it its own cellular connection—but the device still isn’t a fully stand-alone wrist computer.

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For those awaiting their new Apple Watch Series 3, be prepared for some connectivity issues. The Verge's Lauren Goode reports that during her review of the new smartwatch, it frequently struggled to connect to LTE and often linked to an unknown ...

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Tech Crunch
By: Matthew Lynley

 There are a lot of reports hitting the ‘net this morning in reviews of the Apple Watch Series 3, which indicate that there are some LTE connectivity issues — causing Apple to take a small dip this morning and a speed bump in its...

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By: Stan Schroeder

Is Apple still working, as once rumored, on integrating a fingerprint scanner into the screens of its phones, or does the company plan to put Face ID in all future iPhones? According to a report from usually accurate analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, via...

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By: Ford

Innovation happens when people come together. Nowhere is that more obvious than in our bustling cities around the world. And as resident numbers continue to climb, some of the most populated locations across the globe are faced with the opportunity...

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By: Ford

The average motorist in Bangkok spent a whopping 64 hours stuck in traffic congestion throughout the course of 2016, according to the INRIX Global Traffic Scorecard. That’s nearly three precious days of a year spent waiting to move! As more...

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By: Mark Kaufman

When Apple's Live Photos first hit the scene with the launch of the iPhone 6S in 2015, it collectively blew everyone's mind.  Now, with the new iOS 11 update, you can turn those photos into GIFs. Here's how it's done: 1. Open the Photos App and ...

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Small Business Trends
By: Michael Guta

The new iOS 11 features will include augmented reality functionality, a scan and sign app, and enhanced maps. Is your small business ready?

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You don’t need a fancy new iPhone to benefit from many of the latest OS tricks.

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Tech Crunch
By: Romain Dillet

 After reading back the preview I wrote back in June, the dominant tone was that iOS 11 is so different that it takes a while to get used to it: I’m not going to lie to you. It takes time to get used to those new gestures. I’m not...

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By: Brett Williams

Lyft wants to create a world filled with self-driving cars, so the ride-hailing company will help the next generation of developers get the education they need to build it. Online education platform Udacity is rolling out a new Lyft-sponsored...

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Online learning portal Udacity launched its first 36-week "nanodegree" course for self-driving car engineering last year. There's a new, introductory course available now as well, focused on bringing students with minimal programming...

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By: Brett Williams

Google is rumored to launch a new tiny smart speaker to take on the Echo Dot at the Pixel 2 event next month — and if a new leak is legit, we now have some more insight about the product's name, pricing info, and even a first look at the...

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Cnet
By: Andrew Gebhart

According to Droid Life, the trimmed down smart speaker will make its debut at Google's upcoming Pixel 2 launch on October 4th.

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Cnet
By: Andrew Gebhart

According to Droid Life, the trimmed down smart speaker will make its debut at Google's upcoming Pixel 2 launch on October 4th.

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Tech Crunch
By: Matt Burns

 There have been rumors for weeks about Google nearing the release of a smaller version of the Google Home. DroidLife just posted what it claims is the upcoming Google Home Mini. If true, the design speaks the same language of the Google Home....

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If Google was trying to keep all its October 4th announcements under wraps, it just failed in spectacular fashion. Droid Life has obtained images and details for three of the headliners, and it's clear that there are a few surprises even if...

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Phandroid
By: Chris Chavez

There have been rumors of Google working on a bite sized version of Google Home for weeks now, but the flood gates have finally opened. Say hello to the Google Home Mini AND new Daydream View VR headset.

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TheVerge
By: Chaim Gartenberg

Google is reportedly working on a smaller version of its Home smart speaker, the Home Mini, and it appears to have just leaked out ahead of the company’s October 4th event, via Droid Life, which discovered the upcoming product. The Home Mini...

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Phandroid
By: Ashley King

After a policy change, it appears Google is no longer replacing out of warranty Nexus 6P devices. Instead, they suggest contacting Huawei for a replacement device.

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Thurrott
By: Paul Thurrott

All of Google's big announcements from next month's event have leaked, including new Pixel 2 smartphones and more. The post All of Google’s Big Announcements Leak Ahead of October Event appeared first on Thurrott.com.

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Tech Crunch
By: Darrell Etherington

 Google’s big Pixel 2 event is coming up very soon – it’s set for October 4. The Pixel 2 XL has leaked, however, with pictures of both a black and a white color option, and the Pixel 2 XL name is apparently going to be the...

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By: Jack Morse

Chill everyone. Just chill. No, the $999 iPhone X is not too expensive. Nor is it out of the reach of the average American. In fact, it's a great deal! Some serious bang for your buck. And when you sit down and really think about it, it'd...

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Fortune
By: Don Reisinger

iPhone X is Apple's most expensive smartphone ever.

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By: Mark Kaufman

  Apple’s new iOS 11 update allows users to select and type with one-handed keyboards — which allows you to more conveniently use your thumb to type when only one hand is available.  Here’s how to do it: 1. Open up your...