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Apple says iPhone 3D Touch multitasking gesture will return in iOS 11

On iOS 10, the iPhone had two ways of bringing up the multitasking feature for quickly switching between apps: the commonly known double-tap of the home button, or a 3D Touch gesture that used a firm press on the left edge of the screen.

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Nintendo online accounts now have two-step authentication

These days, two-step authentication is a staple in good online security practices, the same as not re-using passwords on multiple accounts/websites. Thankfully Nintendo has learned from Sony’s past mistakes and now offers the feature for its online accounts with the Nintendo Network, which is used on both the Switch and 3DS game systems.

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Intel’s Project Alloy standalone VR headset is dead

It’s been quite some time since we last heard from Intel’s Project Alloy. The VR headset was first revealed last year and was intended to be an open reference for other manufacturers who wanted to make their own VR headsets.

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The SNES Classic Edition is here and I’m already in love

We’re one week out from the launch of the SNES Classic Edition, but today, SlashGear’s review unit landed on my doorstep. Though I can’t give you a full review just yet (that’s coming soon), I can give you an early peek at the mini console itself, along with my initial impressions. It kind of goes without saying, but just like … Continue reading

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Xbox One streamers can now use a third-party USB camera

When it comes to streaming games, both the Xbox One and PS4 can easily broadcast their gameplay to services like Twitch and YouTube.

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Lenovo’s 25th anniversary ThinkPad leaks with images and details

We’ve been hearing rumors about a retro-inspired special edition ThinkPad for a while now, but with the 25th anniversary of IBM’s iconic laptop arriving next month, it looks like the real deal is about to debut. Lenovo, which bought the ThinkPad brand from IBM, is getting close to announcing the “ThinkPad 25,” and details on the laptop have leaked, including … Continue reading

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This AI turns simple sketches into Van Gogh paintings

Cambridge Consultants has demonstrated an artificial intelligence system that takes simple sketches and transforms them into artwork that look like something created by Vincent Van Gogh or other famous painters. The system, which is nicknamed Vincent for obvious reasons, serves as a deep-learning demonstration for the company, which recently showcased the AI’s abilities on video. The system uses machine learning … Continue reading

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YouTube Plus subscription reference found in app code

A tidbit found within the YouTube v12.37 apk indicates that Google’s video service may be preparing to launch yet another subscription option, this one called ‘Plus.’ The subscription seemingly would be a companion to the existing YouTube Red subscription option, but details about it are slight. There doesn’t appear to be any sort of information or documentation about the subscription … Continue reading

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Netflix HDR support arrives for iPhone 8, iPad Pro, and iPhone X

Netflix has just expanded its HDR and Dolby Vision support, announcing that these videos are now available on the iPad Pro, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X. It was a quiet announcement, as with the other devices that get Netflix HDR support, but represents a big expansion to its still-small list of supported mobile devices. Netflix has … Continue reading

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HTC U11 Plus flagship leaked to have 18:9 borderless screen

HTC phones aren’t dead yet. At least for now

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