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Chrome, Firefox has been leaking Facebook profiles, names since 2016

Facebook just can’t seem to catch a break and has become everyone’s favorite scapegoat for privacy problems. Sometimes, however, it’s not exactly Facebook’s fault.

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Ticketfly shuts down temporarily after hacker infiltrates site

Ticketfly, a ticket distribution service, has temporarily shut down after discovering a “cyber incident,” the company has revealed. Any attempts to access the Ticketfly website result in a message advising visitors of the event; the rest of the service is unavailable.

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Land Rover aims for all-terrain autonomy

Public trust of autonomous cars is at a low point thanks in large part to high profile fatal accidents such as the Uber vehicle that killed a pedestrian. Land Rover is still pushing forward with autonomy, and in the case of the venerable off-road brand, it wants all-terrain autonomy. Land Rover is developing off-road self-driving tech in a project called … Continue reading

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The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL won’t settle the notch war

Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will again be differentiated by more than just screen size, with notch-haters forced to stomach the screen cut-out if they want the larger of the two flagship Android phones. Expected to debut in October 2018, the two new smartphones are the third generation of Pixel, Google’s showcase for the best of Android and … Continue reading

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Vehicles in Fortnite? The shopping cart and jetpack tease

Fortnite is basking in the spotlight, every week seemingly bringing a new tease, promise, or item. We’ve seen a huge variety of limited and temporary items in Fortnite: the snowball launcher, Thanos, and more

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AR Expeditions show it’s not all about fun and games

Virtual reality and, to a lesser extent, augmented reality have the connotation of mostly being about entertainment. The current selection of VR and AR experiences, plus the media and buzz surrounding them, do reinforce that misconception. That is why proponents like Google are trying to push new experiences that give these technologies a more serious tone

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Wyze Cam Pan 1080p security camera brings pan and tilt for $30

Wyze is back with a new security camera, the budget-friendly Wyze Cam Pan. This model features a rectangular, rather than cube, shape and the same general aesthetic as the Wyze Security Camera. Unlike the first two models, though, Cam Pan offers pan and tilt with motion tracking and waypoint support.

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Let’s Go: Pikachu, Eevee, Pokemon Quest arrive on Nintendo Switch

It seems that the Nintendo Switch game that all owners have been waiting for has finally been confirmed.

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Elago Wrist Fit makes sure you won’t lose your AirPods

One of the biggest concerns people had about the AirPods when they were first revealed was how they could be easily lost or drop off your ear. The latter has so far been debunked but some still worry about misplacing their pair when they’re not in their ears nor in their charging pod. Accessory maker Elago is proposing a solution, … Continue reading

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Imgur on iOS can now upload videos with sounds

Once upon a time, when you wanted to share a photo quickly, you didn’t go to social networks or even Dropbox. Instead, you’d hop on to a service like Imgur. But as sharing became more mobile and more varied, those services seemed to have been left by the sidelines.

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