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By: Brett Williams

Apple is rumored to finally bring wireless charging to the iPhone later this year with the deluxe iPhone 8, so we might be getting some new accessories to go along with it.  The company will likely depend on the Qi inductive standard for the...

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By: Raymond Wong

YouTube TV launched in April to solid reviews (including ours) back in April, but it wasn't perfect. The single biggest criticism was that it only worked in five major U.S. cities: New York, the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Chicago, and...

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By: Jack Morse

The clock was tickingThieves stole $32 million worth of Ether out of a popular Ethereum wallet, and with every passing minute the potential for additional losses grew.  And so the White Hat Group stepped in.  SEE ALSO: It only took hackers ...

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By: Raymond Wong

Mark your calendars! Samsung's just sent out invitations for when it will likely announce its next flagship Android phone, the Galaxy Note 8. As previously reported, the Note 8 will likely be announced next month on August 23 at Samsung's usual...

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Cnet
By: Shara Tibken

The company is expected to launch its big-screen phablet, the follow up to last year's ill-fated Note 7.

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Fortune
By: Julia Zorthian

Invitations to the next Galaxy launch event went out on Thursday

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Phandroid
By: Chris Chavez

We received an invite today for Samsung's Unpacked event in New York where they say they'll be introducing their "newest mobile device": the Galaxy Note 8.

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Tech Crunch
By: Brian Heater

 Samsung’s next Unpacked event is arriving right on schedule — and all signs about to it bringing the Galaxy Note 8 along for the ride. The big show lines up with the phablet’s traditional release schedule, and the graphic...

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Samsung's next large-screened phone is on its way, as invites have just gone out for the company's Unpacked event on August 23rd. A teaser image promises to "Do bigger things," which is about what we'd expect from the...

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TheVerge
By: Chaim Gartenberg

Samsung has officially sent out invitations for an Unpacked event on August 23rd in New York City, where it will presumably reveal the next Galaxy Note device. While Samsung hasn’t quite outright confirmed the Note 8 will make an appearance, the...

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Phandroid
By: Andrew Myrick

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been rumored to be launching by the end of August, so we take a look at everything regarding the device to determine what's going to be coming.

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Cnet
By: Gordon Gottsegen

New unofficial images of the Note 8 pop up about a month before the phone's official unveiling.

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By: Raymond Wong

With people still raging over NES Classic Edition's abrupt discontinuation, and hype through the roof for the upcoming SNES Classic Edition, it feels inevitable that a Nintendo 64 Classic Edition will be released in the future. And now we might have ...

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Cnet
By: Christine Cain

We all saw it coming -- the 1991 Super Nintendo console has been resurrected as an adorable, smaller version of itself. It's making an appearance at San Diego Comic-Con 2017.

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Cnet
By: Jason Parker

Or is Nintendo just covering its bases legally?

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By: Molly Sequin

The holographic chess match played between the droid R2-D2 and Chewbacca in Star Wars: A New Hope could become possible in the near future. SEE ALSO: The world's first glasses-free holographic phone is coming, and it's not from Apple Researchers...

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By: Brett Williams

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is looking pretty jacked lately, and like so many other fitness buffs, Bezos decided to join Instagram to show off his assets — but his first post isn't quite what you might expect from a fitness guru. SEE ALSO: 4 private ...

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Arstechnica
By: Eric Berger

Enlarge / Blue Origin's concept art for a New Glenn rocket launch ascending to orbit. (credit: Blue Origin) Over the last several months Blue Origin has begun to reveal details about plans to develop a large orbital rocket called New Glenn. The ...

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TheVerge
By: Chaim Gartenberg

Instagram has long been the social network of choice for subtly showing off to your friends. If you’re most people, that means videos of your cool vacation or pictures of your perfect brunch. If you’re billionaire Jeff Bezos, though, your...

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By: Marcus Gilmer

A huge global effort shut down a pair of huge dark web marketplaces where transactions of drugs, firearms, and stolen data reportedly generated at least $1 billion. SEE ALSO: A dark web marketplace went down, and oh boy did its customers freak...

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By: Karissa Bell

Google's Street View has arrived in space. You can now explore the International Space Station via Google's Street View. It's the first (but hopefully not the last) time Google has taken its Street View outside of Earth.  SEE ALSO: Google...

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Astronauts aboard the International Space Station just got an adorable floating camera, but what do we get? While nobody's handing out free rides to the ISS, you can digitally explore it now that it's up on Google Street View.

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By: Molly Sequin

Machine learning is one of the hottest buzzwords in tech right now, and it generally refers to software that can improve itself based on user response. But not all developers (including Apple itself) know how to take full advantage of it. Back in...

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By: Suzanne Ciechalski

Finally, the electronics ban has been liftedIt’s been four months since passengers flying from 10 airports in the Middle East had their laptop (and other devices) privileges taken away. On Wednesday, the Department of Homeland Security...

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By: Kellen Beck

For the first time ever, legendary Pokémon are coming to Pokémon Go. On July 22, if players around the world and at the Pokémon Go Fest in Chicago complete certain challenges, legendary Pokémon will appear all over the world in...

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By: Brett Williams

Microsoft continues to put its artificial intelligence, Cortana, in everything as part of a larger effort to make everyday products more connected and easier to use. The next spot it's showing up: the thermostat in your home.  The company...

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By: Raymond Wong

Atari's mounting a comeback with the Ataribox, its first game console in decades, but it's also selling baseball caps with built-in speakers. Yeah, really. The Speakerhat is part of "Atari Connected Life," a subdivision that's "all about retro,...

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By: Brett Williams

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Tech Crunch
By: Darrell Etherington

 Elon Musk said on Twitter that he received “verbal government approval” to build an underground Hyperloop transit network connecting New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington DC, with stops connecting each city center, and a ...

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Inc
By: Kevin J. Ryan

There are no guarantees that a handshake deal on such an expensive endeavor will pan out.

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TheVerge
By: Andrew J. Hawkins

Elon Musk just tweeted that his Boring Company tunnel project has just received “verbal [government] approval” to build a hyperloop connecting New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, DC. Just received verbal govt approval for...

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Autoblog
By: John Beltz Snyder

Filed under: Etc.,Green,Transportation Alternatives,United States,Emerging Technologies,Technology,Future NYC to D.C. in 29 minutes.Continue reading Hyperloop approved between NYC and D.C., says Elon Musk Hyperloop approved...

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Elon Musk's latest venture, The Boring Company, has certainly been a source of amusement. Now, the billionaire visionary has tweeted that he's received verbal government approval to build an New York-Philadelphia-Baltimore-DC Hyperloop,...

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By: Stan Schroeder

Apple released a new version of its mobile platform, iOS 10.3.3, on Wednesday, fixing a couple of security issues. Sounds like business as usual, but one of the bugs squashed with this update was actually quite serious.   The issue, first...

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By: Nikolay Nikolov

An entirely new kind of robot has been developed by researches at Stanford University and the University of California, Santa Barbara. An ivy-like plastic tentacle moves by growing and is capable of vastly expanding in size and overcoming difficult...

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By: Karissa Bell

It's been more than six months since Twitter decided it should finally start taking its troll problem seriously. The good news: Twitter says its many updates to address abuse and improve its reporting process are working. The service is now "taking...

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By: Lance Ulanoff

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By: Raymond Wong

Snapchat, buddy, we need to talk. How long have we been best friends now? If I recall correctly, it's been about two years. We've had a lot of good times, and even though I didn’t always understand you, the more we hung out, the more I...

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By: Yi Shu Ng

If you love the idea of virtual reality, but hate having to wear a headset, this is going to appeal to you. Japan's public broadcaster NHK has come up with an ultra high-definition immersive experience, featuring a rounded 8K projection dome screen...

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By: Stan Schroeder

Ethereum has become a top target for hackers.  The promising cryptocurrency that's also a platform for decentralized applications has skyrocketed in value over the last six months (though it also had a serious drop in price in the last couple...

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By: Jack Morse

Google Home. Amazon Echo. Apple HomePod. Lenovo SmartCast+? The company that brought you the Yoga Book has big plans for an artificially intelligent smart-device future — plans that it will reveal at the June 20 third annual Lenovo Tech World...

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You might know Lenovo for its laptops and Yogabooks, but the electronics maker is apparently used to conjuring up some pretty far-out concepts much more exciting than a 2-in-1. At its third annual Tech World innovation summit, it has revealed not...

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By: Jack Morse

Hey, fellow humans, I thought we were all on the same page here? When news broke that a security robot mall-copping its way through the Washington Harbour gave up and drowned itself, we all rightly celebrated the admittedly small victory for...

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By: Rebecca Ruiz

It's no secret that tech has a diversity problem.  The big-name Silicon Valley companies that release their staffing figures every year often seem embarrassed to do so, because their workplaces are not inclusive or representative of the larger...

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By: Jack Morse

Suits, countersuits, and everything in between. When Apple and billions of dollars are involved, you know things are going to get messy.  Well, messy and interesting. Because, in what can only be read as a "don't mess with us" play from Apple...

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By: Molly Levine

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Paying $4 for your daily dose of espresso each morning is fun, but you might want to save your money and purchase one of these bad boys...

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By: Bari Blitzer

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. The InkCase i7 is rising through the ranks as one of the most unique cases on the market – and it’s guaranteed to transform the way...

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By: Jeremy Glass

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. When it comes to shaving, guys have historically had only two choices in the realm of hair removal.     There’s the bulky...

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By: Suzanne Ciechalski

The all-girl robotics team from Afghanistan that was initially denied entry to the United States for an international competition is taking home the silver medal. SEE ALSO: The Afghan girls robotics team will now be allowed into the U.S. Fittingly,...

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By: Adario Strange

There have never been more ways to watch Game of Thrones legally, but that hasn't stopped the show from continuing to be the most popular TV show for illegal downloads and streams.  SEE ALSO: Here's how Twitter reacted to the 'Game of Thrones'...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Ally Bautista

Game of Thrones has it all - dragons, zombies, epic kingdoms, and even celebrity cameos. As Arya continues on her long-awaited return to Westeros in the season seven premiere, she runs into none other than Ed Sheeran as a Lannister soldier. This...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Kelsie Gibson

A post shared by Ed Sheeran (@teddysphotos) on Jul 19, 2017 at 9:04am PDT Ed Sheeran has no time for haters. On Wednesday, the singer responded to the backlash over his Game of Thrones cameo. While some people were excited to see the Brit on their ...

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Billboard
By: Alexandra Holterman

When Ed Sheeran briefly deleted his Twitter account earlier this week, many believed it was due to the high volume of criticism he'd received on...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Andrea Reiher

The Game of Thrones book series isn't called A Song of Ice and Fire for nothin' - and now author George R.R. Martin has hinted at another facet of the "ice and fire" readers and show fans may be in for: Fire wights. In an interview with TIME,...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Brinton Parker

There's a major Game of Thrones player who has been missing from fans' screens since way back in season one, but according to the preview for the second episode of season seven, she's about to make a triumphant return. This furry character only...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Shannon Vestal Robson

This week's season premiere of Game of Thrones was joyful just for the fact that it's been back after a long year, but like so often, it's mostly setting up events for the coming season. It ends with Daenerys telling Tyrion she's ready to get...

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TheVerge
By: Kwame Opam

With Game of Thrones entering its final short seasons, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are now working on ideas beyond the world of Ice and Fire. HBO announced today that the pair have gotten a series order for a drama called Confederate....

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Ryan Roschke

Even though we're still recovering emotionally from the season-seven premiere of Game of Thrones, we have mere days until the next episode airs. We've already sneaked a peek at what's to come thanks to the episode-two preview, and now we have a...

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By: Stan Schroeder

Google added a neat feature for cyclists in Google Maps in 2014. Whenever you asked for directions from point A to point B, Maps would also provide a little map with an estimated elevation for each part of the route.  Now the same is true for...

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By: Lance Ulanoff

A scooter you can also remote control sounds cool, until you find out it can be hacked. Then it's not cool at all — it's terrifying. Every Friday, I ride an electric Segway/Ninebot miniPRO around the office. It's my favorite rideable (A.K.A....

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By: Colin Daileda

Anyone flying to the United States from the nation's immediate neighbors — Mexico and Canada — will have to go through a new ream of security measures, as of Wednesday. Both WestJet and AirCanada have posted travel advisories warning...

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If you breathed a sigh of relief when the Department of Homeland Security announced that it would not be extending its laptop ban to US inbound flights from Europe, we've got some not-great news for you. Starting today, people flying into the...

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By: Damon Beres

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By: Lindsay Robertson

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. The bathroom can be a dangerous place. In fact, there are roughly 40,000 toilet-related injuries in the U.S. every year. Just ask Wikipedia. Many...

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By: Lindsay Robertson

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. So many books, so little time. It's the motto of every voracious reader; the kind who keep long lists of works they can’t wait to tackle;...

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By: Brett Williams

Mozilla is building a massive repository of voice recordings for the voice apps of the future — and it wants you to add yours to the collection.  The organization behind the Firefox browser is launching Common Voice, a project to...

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By: Alex Humphreys

'Airpaq' is recycling airbags and seat belts from old cars and turning them into sustainable backpacks.  Read more...More about Kickstarter, Recycling, Sustainable, Backpack, and Sustainable Living

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By: Raymond Wong

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By: Karissa Bell

In case we needed another reason to get excited for Marvel's upcoming VR title, we now know the identity of a fourth character that will costar in the game: Deadpool. That's right: everybody's favorite, foul-mouthed antihero will be taking...

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By: Stan Schroeder

Money is pretty simple nowadays: A piece of paper or a digital asset that you can exchange for goods and services. Someone else takes care of all the fine print. Some kind of central authority issues the money, calculates its value, and makes sure...

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By: Stan Schroeder

Ask any Mercedes enthusiast, and they'll tell you that the company's S-Class is the car to beat in the luxury class. It's so far ahead of everything else, that it usually takes other car makers an entire generation of cars to catch up.  And...

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By: Stan Schroeder

Bixby, Samsung's smart voice assistant that was supposed to launch together with the Galaxy S8 and S8+ phones, is now finally available for everyone.  Bixby was previously available only to a small subset of "early access preview" users who got ...

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Cnet
By: Shara Tibken

The long-awaited feature, which will be delivered through a software update, lets you speak to the smart sidekick to control your phone.

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Tech Crunch
By: Jon Russell

 After much delay, Samsung has begun rolling out it Bixby smart assistant to users in the U.S.. The company said today that an update will allow owners of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ to gain voice capabilities for the service. Bixby is the Korean...

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The voice component of Samsung's Bixby assistant has been a long time in coming. The company was quick to boast about its AI helper at the Galaxy S8 launch, but revealed that the signature voice feature wouldn't arrive until later in the...

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TheVerge
By: Chris Welch

It seems that Samsung believes Bixby voice is ready for primetime. The company has announced that the voice capabilities of its digital assistant are rolling out now to Galaxy S8 and S8+ owners worldwide. Bixby Voice has been in opt-in beta testing...

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Thurrott
By: Paul Thurrott

Samsung announced last night that it is finally bringing a full Bixby experience to Galaxy S8 users in the United States. The post Bixby Finally Comes to Galaxy S8 Users in the US appeared first on Thurrott.com.

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Phandroid
By: Joe Fedewa

Samsung has been slowly rolling out the Voice functionality and now it's finally widely available. It's super easy to get it.

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By: Karissa Bell

Google, perhaps more than any other tech giant, knows an astonishing amount about you.  Your search history alone could be enough to paint a surprisingly vivid portrait of everything, from your current hobbies to your deepest darkest secrets ....

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Cnet
By: Richard Nieva

The search giant is trying to tread on Facebook’s territory, even as the social network faces criticism for its handling of news.

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Last December, Google made a change to its mobile search app: the addition of a news feed. Based on your search history and location, it started showing you news, sports and weather that it thought were relevant to you. Today, Google is taking the...

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Tech Crunch
By: Lucas Matney

 More than four years after the launch of Google Now, the company has fully dissolved its AI assistant into the DNA of many of its core product offerings. Nowhere is this impact more evident than in search, where Google has significantly shaken ...

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TheVerge
By: Casey Newton

Google today is rolling out its take on the news feed, a personalized stream of articles, videos, and other content. The feed will appear in its flagship app for Android and iOS, simply called Google. The feed, which includes items drawn from your...

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Cnet
By: Steven Musil

The social media giant plans to test a paywall that would cut off nonsubscribers after they access 10 articles, according to TheStreet.

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By: Yi Shu Ng

Chinese Whatsapp users are fearing that the app is being blocked in the country. On Tuesday, users found they weren't able to send pictures or videos across. It only worked when they used a VPN server instead, possibly indicating that the issue...

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By: Jack Morse

The Internet of Things has shown us time and time again that nothing connected to the internet is safe from hackers, and yet we've mostly written off security-camera fueled botnets as someone else's problem.  But what if the thing in question...

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By: Brett Williams

OnePlus, the startup phone company behind the well-reviewed OnePlus 5, appears to have an issue with another sequence of numbers. Unfortunately, that sequence happens to be 9-1-1.   A video shared to Reddit shows one of the sleek new phones...