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Official Honor Magic 2 photos show notch-killing slider and psychedelic gradients

Official Honor Magic 2 photos show notch-killing slider and psychedelic gradients

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The Honor Magic 2 won’t be formally announced for a week, but that isn’t stopping the Huawei sub-brand from releasing a bunch of photos and video of the new flagship device. As we knew, the Magic 2 features a sliding mechanism that hides the front-facing cameras behind the screen, averting the need for a display […]

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The Pixel 3 only supports fast wireless charging on Google-approved chargers

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One of the more convenient additions to the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL this year was support for wireless charging. Google embraced the new tech with a Pixel Stand accessory that can charge both new phones while providing easy access to Google Assistant and even acting as a photo frame. But it turns out […]

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Apple’s iCloud services are suffering an extended outage

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Apple’s iCloud service appears to be experiencing an extended outage today, with some users reporting problems accessing iCloud-based apps and services like Notes and Find My iPhone. In an update of its System Status page, Apple notes that iCloud is suffering a widespread service disruption of some sort. Not everyone appears to be affected by […]

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Drake now co-owns a professional e-sports organization

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Drake has transitioned from casual Fortnite player into video game overlord today, assuming the mantle of co-owner of professional e-sports organization 100 Thieves. Drake and producer Scooter Braun (best known for working with fellow Canadian superstar Justin Bieber) are now co-owners of Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag’s 100 Thieves, coming in as the company completes its Series […]

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HP Launches EliteBook x360 1040 G5: Now with 14-Inch Display and 32 GB of RAM

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HP on Tuesday announced its first EliteBook-branded convertible, the EliteBook x360 1040 G5. Walking a fine line between an ultraportable laptop, a convertible, and a high-end laptop, HP has set out to meet these goals by putting together a 14-inch cover table that also sports DDR4 support, allowing them to pack in up to 32 […]

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How thinking like a geologist could help us fight climate change

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“Society as a whole is unable to think on anything like geologic time scales,” says Marcia Bjornerud. “Or even decadal time scales.” It’s clear that we need to think long-term about climate and the environment, but instead political leaders are constrained by the two-year Congressional cycle and those working in business are beholden to quarterly […]

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Leaked OnePlus 6T specs confirm bigger battery

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We already know quite a bit about the OnePlus 6T. It’s launching on October 29th with an event in New York City that was moved up a day to avoid conflicting with Apple’s iPad Pro event. And the phone will come with an in-display fingerprint sensor and a tiny notch at the top of its […]

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God of War creators share some of the funniest bugs from development

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Peeking behind the curtain to see the process of game development is already a rare joy, but it’s even more unusual to see some of the flawed, erroneous moments that had to be polished out of a finished piece of work. Thankfully, Sony Santa Monica, the makers of PS4 hit God of War, have lifted […]

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HP Unveils EliteDisplay E243d Docking Display with Webcam, GbE, & 65W Power Delivery

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HP has released its first office display that can serve as a docking station for laptops equipped with a USB Type-C port. The EliteDisplay E243d has an integrated pop-up webcam, a GbE controller, a USB 3.0 Type-A hub, and supports USB power delivery. The monitor will hit the market later this year and for a […]

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Meet Jelly, the new electric scooter science project run by Ford

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Jelly is a new electric scooter company preparing to launch at Purdue University in Indiana. Outwardly, it appears very similar to other scooter startups that have quickly spread across the country in the last 12 months. Except for one key difference: Jelly is apparently a subsidiary of Ford, one of the largest automakers in the […]

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