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Browser-based drive-by cryptomining keeps running even when closed

The fact that people mostly live their computing lives inside their browsers hasn’t escaped attention. Browser makers are adding more power and giving browsers more access to hardware.

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ZTE Axon 7 axed, no successor in sight yet

ZTE isn’t exactly one of the most popular smartphone makers in the US, especially considering how it got dragged into a national security inquiry, along with Huawei. It has had, however, a few highlights, like the dual-screen foldable Axon M or last year’s Axon 7.

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Microsoft unveils huge new Redmond campus with 18 new buildings

Microsoft has unveiled its campus of the future, showing off renders for what will one day be its new location in Redmond, Washington. The company describes this as a multi-year project, explaining that it will renovate 6.7 million square feet of work space at its Redmond campus, as well as adding 18 new buildings, a $150 million transportation infrastructure, and … Continue reading

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Jim Beam smart decanter answers questions and pours whiskey

Jim Beam has just unveiled its own Internet of Things device for people who really love bourbon. Called JIM, this smart decanter is able to pour you a glass whenever you ask, as well as answer some questions you may have, assuming they’re related to whiskey.

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Essential CEO Andy Rubin takes leave of absence

Right now is a pretty important time for Essential, a company headed by Andy Rubin that’s trying to break into the crowded smartphone market with its Essential PH-1. With the phone only a few months old, this can be considered a make-or-break time for the startup. It’s strange, then, that founder Andy Rubin has announced that he will be taking … Continue reading

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Instagram is testing a lot of new features, including a repost button

The Next Web reports today that Instagram is testing a slew of new features, many of which could be quite welcome among users. Maybe the most exciting feature is a native Regram button, which would let users repost others' photos and videos without h...

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Instagram adds replay controls and feature for remixing friends’ photos

Instagram has introduced a new feature that allows users to remix their friends’ photos using doodles and similar things. The feature was announced today, though there is a limitation: you can only do this to photos they send you in a message, not ones they post on the service

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Pokemon GO update: Ho-oh Returns!

Thanks to all the “hard work” Pokemon GO trainers did during Thanksgiving week last week, Ho-Oh returned to the game once again. This week the legendary bird Pokemon was announced to invade the world’s Ex-Raids without mercy. As such, we’ll likely see a whole lot more participants in each raid battle as winter begins to descend upon our ever-crunchier bodies … Continue reading

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iPhone X Face ID again reportedly tricked by new “artificial twin” mask

If the Google Pixel 2 has bugs as its main pain point, the iPhone X possibly has Face ID as its counterpart. Drowning out almost all other discussions about the iPhone X’s strengths and flaws, the industry seems to be largely interested in seeing whether Face ID is as secure as Apple touts it to be. According to Vietnamese security … Continue reading

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Galaxy S8 soon to come in Burgundy Red

Remember when red, or one of its many variations, was the new black? Well, it seems that Samsung does indeed remember.

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