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Latest iPhone 8 leaked schematics show no fingerprint sensor

Among all the rumors, tipped, and speculated features of the iPhone 8, there are two that no one can seem to agree on up to now. The first is just how much of its face the iPhone 8’s supposedly OLED screen will take up. But the more divisive “feature” is the location of the Touch ID sensor.

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SlashGear’s E3 2017 Wishlist

E3 2017 is right around the corner, and so far there hasn’t been very much indication of what we’ll see there. Obviously, we know what companies like Microsoft and Nintendo will talking about in a general sense, but we’ll have to wait for specifics until the show is finally here. With that in mind, I’ve put together a wishlist of … Continue reading

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Cinder Grill Review: Sous-vide’s even geekier rival

The Cinder grill really wants you to enjoy the perfect steak, and it doesn’t want you to have a headache making it. As a greedy geek with a counter crammed full of kitchen gadgets and a taste for meat, that certainly appealed, as did Cinder’s promise of sous-vide style cooking without the hassle of preheating water baths and bagging up … Continue reading

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Persona 5 Quiz Answers Walkthrough: Easy Guide Time!

The game Persona 5 was released in the United States this month and this week we’ve attained the full “Quiz Answers” from within. This game is long – extremely, super, almost-impossibly long. It can get infuriating too, if the player only wants to play a certain extra-fun part of the game

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10 iPad Pro apps to help you ditch the laptop

Apple has been harping on and on about how the iPad Pro is not a PC and more than a PC but it hasn’t exactly said much about how.

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Postmates offers delivery drivers electric scooter rentals

Postmates may be experimenting with robots to replace human delivery drivers, but a new electric scooter rental program shows it’s not giving up on flesh & blood quite yet.

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Google’s AlphaGo AI to retire after beating world’s best player

Earlier this week in China, AlphaGo, the artificial intelligence from Google‘s DeepMind division, defeated Ke Jie, the world’s number one Go player, in a three-part match. Now the company has revealed that the AI will be hanging up its gloves, so to speak.

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British Airways suffers major system failure, cancels numerous flights

British Airways is having a bad start to this holiday weekend. The airline has announced that its computer systems are having problems around the globe due to a “major IT system failure,” and as a result it’s had to cancel a number of flights departing from the UK, as well as hundreds more being delayed.

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Rolls-Royce Sweptail is a jaw-dropping one-off coupe

True luxury isn’t going to your nearest car dealer and buying the most expensive model on the lot: it’s calling up Rolls-Royce and asking them to make you a completely unique, one-off bespoke ride. Such is the story behind this, the Rolls-Royce Sweptail, the handiwork of several years of the automaker’s expert designers and engineers, and a well-heeled (but currently … Continue reading

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MIT invented shape-shifting pasta that reduces packaging waste

Imagine purchasing a package of pasta that is slim, flat, and contains minimal bits of cardboard or plastic. Now imagine removing that flat, uninspiring pasta and, a few minutes after boiling it, discovering that the noodles had transformed into new shapes.

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