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The iMac Pro is the gorgeous Darth Vader of Apple products

The iMac Pro is classic Apple. Although the flagship all-in-one desktop isn’t set to reach Apple Store shelves until December this year, and while it will carry an eye-watering price tag when it does, there’s something about the Mac-maker’s combination of style, hyperbole, and pure performance that is bound to give desktop computer upgraders pause if they’re poised over buying … Continue reading

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Toyota-backed flying car to carry 2020 Olympics torch bearer

Even while most car makers are still settling down on the self-driving car trend, Japanese automaker Toyota is already settings its eyes on the skies.

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What Rihanna, Beyoncè, and The Olsens Wore To Their First CFDA Awards

Only the biggest fashion fans will remember these.

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Why DigiByte’s price is soaring: $DGB, Minecraft, Memes, and Citibank

This morning it became apparent that the cryptocoin called DigiByte ($DGB) was set to skyrocket in price. In the past 24 hours, the price of the coin went up a cool 43%, and beat its own previous top price (from May 21st) – once, and hasn’t looked back since

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Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite arrives in 10, 8 inch sizes

While many Android manufacturers seem to have lost interest in tablets, the device category still has a few supporters, like Samsung, ASUS, and now Huawei. The Chinese OEM has just unveiled its new MediaPad M3 Lite, in 10-inch and 8-inch models, that brings the latest and greatest of Android to the masses. And like its non-Lite namesake from last year, … Continue reading

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OnePlus 2 will no longer receive updates

OnePlus seems to be setting itself for a world of hurt when it launches the OnePlus 5 next week. The startup whose battle cry has been to “Never Settle” is making some rather big compromises at the expense of its users. As if it weren’t bad enough that it has almost very subtly “announced” that the OnePlus 3T has reached … Continue reading

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Essential hit with trademark dispute from Spigen

In the world of consumer electronics these days, it seems like every week there’s news about one company suing another over accusations of copying or theft. Essential, the new smartphone company from Andy Rubin, is now being gracefully welcomed into that world. Accessories maker Spigen has already accused Essential of trademark infringement over the name “Essential,” and sent a cease … Continue reading

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SpaceX lands 11th rocket following first launch of reused Dragon capsule

SpaceX has now achieved its fifth successful ground-based landing for its Falcon 9 rockets, but what makes this weekend’s launch really special was that it was also the first time the rocket company reused one of its Dragon cargo capsules.

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Harvard’s new mini exosuit lets you run farther and faster

Imagine pulling on a pair of shorts that, as long as you’re wearing them, enable you to run farther distances at faster speeds than you’d run without them. Such has become reality, for the most part, thanks to work by Harvard researchers.

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Android Pay is now live in Canada

While Android Pay has been available in the US for several years now, our northern neighbors in Canada can now finally make use of the mobile payments system. Google officially began rolling out Android Pay in the country earlier this week, including support for a number of banks, shops, and restaurants

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