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Pixel Buds new gestures: Tappin more

This afternoon Google product manager Sandeep Waraich revealed a set of new ways to use Google Pixel Buds. This new set of features works with the same hardware as before – no upgrade needed. All Pixel Buds users will need is a software update loaded before taking any new actions.

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Common cold cured (or so it would seem)

Researchers just published a paper describing a synthetic molecule that prevents the spread of the common cold.

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2019 Subaru Crosstrek PHEV announced

Subaru has announced its very first plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV). That vehicle is the 2019 Crosstrek Hybrid (not pictured) and the automaker promises that the PHEV will maintain all the capability of the traditional Crosstrek with improved fuel economy. Subaru says that the new hybrid will be able to drive like a normal hybrid or an EV for local … Continue reading

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Snapchat unskippable six-second ads start rolling out

Snapchat’s previously announced unskippable six-second advertisements are now rolling out to users. This is a new type of advertisement that forces the user to watch the entire short ad, blocking their ability to skip them as has, until now, been possible.

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Apple Touch ID might make an ultrasonic, in-display comeback

Apple can sing Face ID’s praises all it wants but that’s not going to chang the fact that there are cases where it is less convenient to use. Then again, even conventional fingerprint sensors, back or front, aren’t always accessible at all times.

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Why Google One is Google’s Amazon Prime

Google introduced Google One this morning as a new brand for consumer storage – but it’s more than that. Before Google One users simply pay a monthly fee for Google storage space that works with Drive, Photos, and Gmail.

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HP’s handsome ENVY laptops branch out to AMD for 2018

HP has started its week with a bang, announcing a ton of new devices in multiple product lines. One line getting some love today is the consumer-focused ENVY series of laptops, which in all is getting four new models this summer. While perhaps not as powerful as HP’s business-centric EliteBook line, these new ENVY laptops should still serve as a … Continue reading

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Tim Cook at Duke University commencement: think different

Being the CEO of one of the world’s most iconic, and therefore most powerful, tech company has ceased to be just an executive and management position. At times, it also takes a political tone

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2019 Mercedes-AMG GT S Roadster is a tempting tweener

Mercedes-AMG’s family of potent AMG GT cars is gaining a new member, with the 2019 AMG GT S Roadster offering a third droptop version to better hear the V8. Expected to arrive in the US late this year, the new car is expected to do 0-60 mph in 3.7 seconds, balancing the affordability of the entry-level Roadster and the performance … Continue reading

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OnePlus 6 leaks in full

The OnePlus 6 wasn’t meant to be seen in all its Android glory until this coming week, but a prematurely posted retailer listing has spoiled the surprise. The new smartphone has already been seen in leaked 3D render form, in “Avengers Edition,” and had its probable specs exposed. Now, we know just about everything.

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