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LG V40 ThinQ review: one phone, five cameras

LG V40 ThinQ review: one phone, five cameras

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The V40 gives you a camera bag full of lenses in one device Continue reading…

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Wi-Fi Naming Simplified: 802.11ax Becomes Wi-Fi 6

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In a bid to simplify the naming of the current and future Wi-Fi standards and ensure that even unexperienced users buy the right equipment, Wi-Fi Alliance on Wednesday introduced a new naming approach for the Wi-Fi brand. From now on, major Wi-Fi standards will be publicly labeled by numbers instead of letters. Nowadays PCs, smartphones, […]

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Samsung’s 85-inch 8K TV will go on sale for $15,000

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Samsung announced its first QLED 8K TV back in August, and now the 85-inch Q900R smart TV is available for preorder for $15,000. There’s no word yet on whether the 65-inch, 75-inch, and 82-inch sizes will be available for preorder, but the 85-inch TV will be shipping on October 28th — just in time to […]

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MoviePass subscribers aren’t going to the movies, and that’s what MoviePass wants

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MoviePass subscribers have had a tough go of it over the last six months, with the service changing terms, dropping unlimited moviegoing, limiting access to first-run movies, and in at least once instance, going offline completely because it ran out of money. The myriad changes have removed most of the incentives that made MoviePass a […]

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Twitter adds Data Saver feature to its iOS and Android apps

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Twitter has released an updated version of its mobile app that includes an option to reduce data usage, as spotted by 9to5Mac. The new feature, called Data Saver, can now be flipped on as an option in Twitter’s settings. Data Saver is already available in several iterations of Twitter, including Twitter for Windows and Twitter […]

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eBay accuses Amazon of poaching independent sellers for its marketplace

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The competition between third-party sellers marketplaces is getting fierce, and now eBay has accused Amazon of poaching its own independent sellers through its own messaging system, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. eBay sent a cease and desist letter to Amazon yesterday, the report states, after the company discovered more than 50 […]

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Sprint is starting to launch Voice over LTE, years after everyone else

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Sprint has begun its soft launch of VoLTE, and starting today, customers in 15 US cities with compatible devices can toggle on the feature. Voice over LTE, which allows for higher quality voice calls through an LTE network, has been available on competitor carriers like Verizon and AT&T for a few years, but the feature […]

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Tile multi-packs for $34.99 come with a free Google Home Mini at Best Buy

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Buying a multi-pack of Tile Bluetooth trackers is a good idea, but it’s even better when you get a free Google Home Mini with the purchase. Starting at $34.99 for a four pack of Tile trackers that loop onto your keychain, Best Buy is including a free Google Home Mini for anyone who buys in. […]

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Microsoft is embracing Android as the mobile version of Windows

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Microsoft unveiled a bunch of Surface hardware during a press event in New York City last night. While matte black Surfaces, headphones with Cortana, and a new Surface Studio were the highlights of the hardware side, Microsoft unveiled an interesting change to its Windows operating system. Windows 10 will soon fully embrace Android to mirror […]

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The first FEMA Presidential Alert just hit phones across the US

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Update 2:38PM ET: The FEMA test Presidential Alert warning successfully out at 2:18PM ET to phones across the country, right on schedule. As expected, the alert followed the existing emergency alert systems on existing smartphones, with the regular tone — although the Presidential Alert heading is new. According to FEMA’s alert, “Some cell phones will […]

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