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Rimac C_Two heads to Monterey Car Week packing champagne flutes

Rimac has one very cool hypercar with its C_Two and the company has announced that it will be at the Monterey Car Week events with a “reimagined” version of the C_Two. This reimagined version of the car was designed “to tally with the vibrant California scene” says Rimac. The car is covered in a bright blue paint color and brown … Continue reading

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Huawei faked Nova 3 camera output with a DSLR again

The heavy emphasis placed on smartphone cameras these days are sending companies scrambling to prove theirs is the best, be it in camera hardware, AI features, or both. Huawei, who has partnered with famed camera lens maker Leica for its premium models, naturally wants to give buyers of its mid-range smartphones the same assurance

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LG TONE Platinum SE brings Google Assistant to headphone line

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from LG’s self-branded wireless audio lineup, especially its around-the-neck TONE headphones.

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Pokemon GO scans users’ files to root out rooted phones

While rooted devices may have security implications for owners themselves, they’re also seen as potential threats to one specific class of Android apps: online games. Rooted devices have the potential to install modified versions of the game that could, in theory, give players an unfair advantage.

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Pixel 3 XL Black spied in Toronto with notch and two front cameras

Someone in Toronto spotted what appears to be a black Pixel 3 XL smartphone in the wilds of Canada, specifically on a train being used to send messages. The individual managed to take two clear images of the handset, including one partially of the back, revealing a notch, large chin, and single rear camera

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This $224 Essential Phone deal is perfect for Android 9 Pie

Smartphones may generally be getting bigger and bigger, but the Essential Phone bucked that trend – and now its price is getting smaller, too. The Android handset still packs a Quad HD display, dual cameras, and a not-insignificant 3,040 mAh battery, but does so in a relatively tiny package. Essential achieved that by slimming the bezels around the 5.71-inch touchscreen … Continue reading

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Fitbit Charge 3 release date and big changes

The Fitbit Chart 3 fitness tracker was revealed this week as the “smartest tracker yet” from biggest brand known exclusively for wearable devices.

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Audi’s 2019 US lineup ditches manual transmission option

If you are a fan of Audi cars and like to change your own gears, bad news for you. Audi has confirmed that the last cars offered in the US with a manual transmission option are losing that option for 2019. The refreshed 2019 Audi A4 no longer has a 6-speed manual option.

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 leak: AI ray-tracing for the masses

With just a few hours away from NVIDIA’s grand but totally not unexpected unveiling of its GeForce 20 series video cards, one last leak arrives to complete the picture. And it might actually be the one most important one, at least for those who want a taste of that AI-powered ray-tracing that NVIDIA is promising with its new Turing architecture … Continue reading

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Android Messages app removes dark mode, returns to previous design

Android users who are fans of “dark mode” UIs, we have some bad news for you: only a day or so after being updated, Google’s Android Messages app has been rolled back, removing the option for dark mode and returning all other design changes to the previous look. This goes for all users, who will now notice the app’s stark, … Continue reading

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