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Galaxy S10 will have different fingerprint scanners

Next year will be the Galaxy S line’s nth anniversary and it seems that Samsung is going to throw everything into it. Whether it makes complete sense or not. At least the Korean OEM will give buyers their choice of crazy with not one, not even two, but three models to choose from.

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2019 Jaguar I-PACE first-drive review: The go-anywhere EV

The 2019 Jaguar I-PACE all-electric SUV is finally here.

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This $585 TCL 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Roku TV deal is a marvel

With the World Cup in full swing, there’s still time to upgrade your TV and get some 4K Ultra HD soccer action going on.

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Warframe port on its way to Nintendo Switch

Nintendo’s Switch console continues to be successful in attracting a wide range of indie games and big-name titles from other platforms, and now it’s landed another port of the latter. Warframe, the popular sci-fi third-person shooter, is coming to the Switch. The announcement was made by the game’s developer and publisher Digital Extremes at this weekend’s TennoCon, an expo dedicated … Continue reading

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DJI Mavic 2 leak teases swappable cameras and 360 sensing

DJI’s newest – and unannounced – drone, the DJI Mavic 2, has leaked, giving a sneak preview of the sleeker UAV. The new drone could indicate a split of the Pro line, with DJI potentially leaving room for an even more capable version, though there’s still plenty to like in what we’ve seen of this model

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McLaren eSports program tests drivers with PC simulators and mobile games

While professional soccer and basketball teams getting involved in eSports is nothing new, McLaren’s racing division is leading the automotive world’s investment in pro gaming. The carmaker has announced a new expansion to its “Shadow Project” eSports program, which is touted as a “search for the brightest and the best racing talent in eSports.” Throughout the last year, McLaren’s program … Continue reading

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Sonos’ frenemies are its biggest risk as it files to go public

Sonos has filed to go public, with the connected speaker firm aiming to raise $100m but detailing some of the challenges – not least when you’re trying to be assistant agnostic – it faces along the way. The company most recently launched the Sonos Beam, a more compact TV soundbar that includes Amazon Alexa support for voice control.

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Galaxy S10 may boast fingerprint scanning display, triple camera set up

The fact that we’re quickly approaching the reveal of the Galaxy Note 9 doesn’t seem to have slowed the Galaxy S10 rumors.

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Samsung just went live with secret Galaxy Note 9 support

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 confirmations are coming up live, left and right, as the device’s reveal event nears. The release of the Galaxy Note 9 – and every device released by Samsung – is heralded by a number of predictable events.

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AI-powered instant camera prints doodles, not photographs

Digital cameras are old news. Instant film cameras are back in vogue, but hardly inspiring. The market needs something fresh, and that something may be doodles

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