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Galaxy S10’s to-do details list for battling iPhone X Plus

Samsung Galaxy S10 and iPhone x Plus are coming your way next – not super soon, but next. In the unending battle for your cash in smartphone hardware, Samsung and Apple take most of the cake. Not necessarily just in market share – there they’ve got to battle the big-name brands from China, too.

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Fortnite Playground release: What we know (and why we’re excited)

Last month, Epic detailed a new limited time game mode for Fortnite called Playground. Of all the limited time game modes Epic has created so far, Playground sounds like it could very well be the most unique. Though we didn’t get a release date for the mode when it was first announced, it’s clear now that the mode is just … Continue reading

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Harley-Davidson US production a casualty in Trump tariff war

Harley-Davidson plans to move a sizable portion of the motorcycles it produces outside of the US, blaming the escalating tariff war for spiraling costs in one of its biggest markets. The legendary bike-maker says the production decision comes after it was caught between the new steel and aluminum duties imposed by President Trump, and retaliatory tariffs implemented by the European … Continue reading

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iPhone users are getting this temperature warning

No matter what version of the iPhone you own, there’s a warning that can pop up this summer – for one reason only. This is the heat warning, and you might never have seen it before today. It’s important, and not just because it doesn’t include any disclaimers

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Apple News 2018 Midterm Elections section puts US politics in spotlight

Apple is adding a 2018 Midterm Elections section to Apple News, promising curated updates and exclusive highlights about the upcoming US elections. The news app will get a brand new segment and a banner highlighting it in the For You tab, the Top Stories tab, and the Spotlight tab

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The weird & wonderful new Toyota Century epitomizes Japanese priorities

Some cars simply epitomize their makers, and the Toyota Century is just such a vehicle. The Japanese-only luxury sedan has become a mainstay of executive transportation since it debuted in 1967, a singularly unique play for very specific local tastes. Now, Toyota has given the Century its first complete redesign in more than two decades.

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SGDQ 2018: What it is, how to watch, and the must-see speedruns

The speedrunning community has a big week ahead of it, as Summer Games Done Quick 2018 kicks off today. Considering the reach of these twice-yearly Games Done Quick marathons, there’s a good chance you already know what SGDQ 2018 is, and that’s especially true if you’re already a member of the speedrunning community. If you’re new to speedrunning, here’s everything … Continue reading

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Facebook admits it leaked developer reports to app testers

As Facebook tries to recover its damaged reputation following controversies over how it handles users’ personal data, it seems the social media giant still has a few other privacy issues to work on. It was discovered this week that the company had accidentally emailed analytic reports intended for developers to outside testers.

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Fortnite Android app: APK Download do nots

A whole bunch of apps are on the Google Play app store and throughout the web suggesting they’ll give you access to Fortnite. In reality, there IS a way to play Fortnite on Android, but it’s not the same as iOS, and it’s NOT a regular app you can download and run on its own. If you see an app … Continue reading

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NASA details government plan for dealing with asteroids near Earth

NASA has contributed to a multi-agency report detailing ways the United States can prepare to deal with near-Earth objects, more commonly called NEOs. Though our planet isn’t at immediate threat of being struck by one of these large space rocks, it’s only a matter of time before a comet or asteroid gets too close for comfort

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