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Three US states will spend $1.3 billion to build more electric vehicle charging

Three US states will spend $1.3 billion to build more electric vehicle charging

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Three US states announced major investments in charging infrastructure for electric cars on Thursday. In total, California, New York, and New Jersey will put $1.3 billion on the table in the coming years to help chip away at one of the biggest barriers standing in the way of widespread EV adoption. California’s Public Utilities Commission […]

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LG’s G7 ThinQ is now available to buy in the US

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LG announced the G7 ThinQ about a month ago, and now, the phone is available for purchase in the US for a retail price of around $750. As far as carriers go, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and US Cellular will all sell the phone, and it will also be available on Project Fi. For those who […]

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Spotify officially announces it will roll back its hateful conduct policy

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Following reports last week that Spotify would be walking back its recently implemented hateful content and conduct policy, the company has officially announced it will be “moving away from implementing a policy around artist conduct.” In an update posted to its website, Spotify said that the two-prong policy — which barred both songs with hateful […]

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Kingston Begins Shipping 2TB UV500 Series SATA SSDs

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Kingston, who recently released their new UV500 line of SSD products, has announced it is now shipping a 2 TB capacity drive a 2.5-inch form factor. Kingston states the UV500 is their first 3D NAND-based SSD that features 256-bit hardware-based AES full-disk encryption as well as support for TCG Opal 2.0. The drives are specified […]

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ZOTAC Preps Second-Gen Wearable Backpack “VR GO” PC

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Multiple makers of gaming PCs formally introduced their wearable backpack PCs for VR gaming at Computex 2016 and have never updated these systems since then. But apparently after two years, it is time for an upgrade. ZOTAC announced on Thursday that it would demonstrate its VR GO 2.0 system at Computex 2018 next week. Having […]

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Facebook will remove the Trending topics section next week

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Facebook will remove the Trending news box that’s sat to the right of the desktop News Feed for the last four years, the company said today. The removal comes after years of criticism around how Facebook picked stories to sit in the Trending box, not to mention more than a year of struggles with the […]

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Here’s a leaked look at the Motorola One Power’s iPhone X-like appearance

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A new Motorola phone called the Motorola One Power has allegedly leaked, giving us a peek at its appearance. It looks like the phone will have a different design from most Moto devices, with a wide notch on the front display and a camera and fingerprint sensor on the rear. We first heard about the […]

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What’s in Your Bag, Jon Hopkins?

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A curation of tiny rituals Continue reading…

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ASUS Announces H370 Mining Master: One Motherboard, 20 GPUs

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ASUS has announced the latest addition to its mining motherboards with the H370 Mining Master. This ATX sized board will support up to a mind-boggling 20(!) graphics cards via USB riser cables plugged directly into the PCB. Outside of an obvious benefit of increased density, ASUS says this setup can also minimize downtime by making […]

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Vergecast: Code Conference, Pixel 3 rumors, and WWDC preview

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The Vergecast is here once again to fulfill the weekly prophecy of illuminating tech news. This week, Dieter is at Recode’s Code Conference, but he still calls in to talk to Nilay, Natt, and Paul about what he saw and heard. Also, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is next week, so the crew runs through what […]

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