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T-Mobile LG V30/V30+ Android Oreo update has a small catch

With the launch of the LG G7 ThinQ, some might despair that LG will start to have selective amnesia over its previous phones.

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Watch Steve Jobs reveal the original iMac and change everything

It’s hard to imagine sometimes that, two decades ago when Steve Jobs stood on stage as Apple’s “interim CEO” and unveiled the original iMac, the Cupertino firm wasn’t the behemoth it is today. The candy-colored, translucent all-in-one computer made its debut on May 6, 1998, and proved to be the tipping point for Apple’s reinvention. It’s worth remembering just how … Continue reading

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Google’s latest AI experiment is an emoji scavenger hunt game

After bringing Where’s Waldo to Google Maps last month, Google is back with another fun time waster, this time based on AI and emoji.

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The games industry must learn Fortnite’s Battle Pass lesson

The video game industry is going through something of a tumultuous discovery phase at the moment. Whether it’s purely down to greed or because of ever-increasing development and marketing costs, major publishers have decided that $60 per game just isn’t enough anymore, and that these titles need to be monetized on an ongoing basis. Many of them have taken a … Continue reading

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Wink just killed its Apple Watch app

Wink users relying on the smart home hub to control their automation from their Apple Watch look set to be frustrated, with the functionality being quietly retired. The company confirmed the news in an iOS app update released this afternoon

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LG K30 makes budget-friendly US debut on T-Mobile

Most of the news on LG this week has been focused on the introduction of the new G7 ThinQ flagship, but the company has another new phone arriving in the US. Dubbed the K30, it’s a budget-friendly, midrange device that’s an updated version of the K10, which was announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress back in February, and it’s … Continue reading

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Apple aware of select iPhone 7 models experiencing disabled mics

If you’re an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus user that’s noticed the phone’s microphone has stopped working properly, you’re not alone. It turns out that certain models of the iPhone 7 have begun experiencing a mic bug after updating to iOS 11.3 or later

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GoDaddy takes down Richard Spencer’s alt-right website

GoDaddy has taken down the website AltRight.com over what it says were terms of service violations. The site, which was founded by white nationalist Richard Spencer, is still unavailable at this time. GoDaddy gave the site’s administrator 48 hours to transfer the domain to a different host, otherwise it will be lost.

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2019 Mercedes-Benz G 550 and AMG G63 first drive: leGendary

You pick up a few names in the space of forty years, but whether you call it the Mercedes Geländewagen, the G-Wagen or, its most modern moniker, the 2019 G-Class is still legendary in every sense, whether you’re on or off the road. Mercedes-Benz’s unwavering commitment – some might say obsession – to maintaining the G’s core essence is instrumental … Continue reading

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GoPro Q1 2018 results show a glimmer of hope

It’s no secret that GoPro has been struggling, but the company saw a glimmer of hope during its first quarter of the year.

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