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Tesla ending production of Model S 60 kWh

If you’re desperate to own a Tesla, on a budget, and can’t wait for the Model 3’s scheduled release later this year, you better act fast. The iconic electric car-maker has revealed that it’s discontinuing the Model S that comes with a 60 kilowatt-hour battery, in other words its cheapest vehicle currently available.

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ColorWare iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition brings back vintage look

ColorWare has announced that iPhone 7 Plus owners can now get their phone restyled with a classic Macintosh look thanks to its Retro Edition option.

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Heatbuff is a small infrared keyboard finger warmer for gamers

If you tend to play PC games in a cold house, a new Kickstarter campaign has the perfect solution for your no-doubt cold fingers: a small infrared heater that is positioned over a keyboard to keep your fingers warm while gaming. Called Heatbuff, this small contraption looks somewhat like a pair of long, narrow headlights, only with a warm glow … Continue reading

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Secret Service loses encrypted laptop with possible access to classified data

An encrypted Secret Service agency laptop was stolen from an agent’s vehicle recently, it has been revealed, potentially giving the thief access to classified data located on agency servers.

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New Netflix button lets viewers skip the intros on some shows

Netflix has been busy creating all sorts of new features, including the new rating system that will be introduced in the near future.

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Philips Hue E14 candle adds color and white to smart bulbs

Another day, another Philips Hue bulb, and the number of lamps, lights, and fixtures you can give a connected upgrade continues to increase. Philips has added an E14 candle bulb to the Hue line-up, its range of ZigBee-linked, app-controlled LEDs. According to the company, it’s one of the most requested sizes from existing Hue users

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Huawei P10 Lite finally announced, hitting UK later this month

We recently found ourselves in an interesting situation with the Huawei P10 Lite. Even though retailers over in Europe were posting listings for the device – it was first spotted in The Netherlands at CoolBlue and then at Italy’s Monclick earlier this week – Huawei didn’t give the device any kind of official reveal.

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LG G6 prices and dates for US carriers now official

Yesterday we saw a leak revealing the pricing, date, and promos for the LG G6 as far as Verizon is concerned. With the cat out of the bag, carriers have now gone public with their own availability details and promos.

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Google Home’s Beauty and the Beast “ad” raises furor

Trouble seems to be piling up at Google Home land. Although rising in popularity and usefulness, Google’s smart home hub and speaker is also rising in notoriety. First was the admittedly comical and fortunately harmless incident with its Super Bowl ad triggering speakers everywhere

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Gmail for desktop adds video attachment streaming preview

Google has announced what it calls a ‘quality of life improvement’ for Gmail on desktop, one that enables users to view the contents of a video attachment without actually downloading the video itself.

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