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Facebook has already removed 583 million fake accounts this year

Last month, Facebook published its internal community enforcement guidelines for the first time and today, the company has provided some numbers to show what that enforcement really looks like. In a new report that will be published quarterly, Facebo...

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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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The future of smartphone cameras is AI

Even before Google demonstrated its frighteningly believable and controversial Duplex AI, artificial intelligence and machine learning was already a big topic on smartphones. But with very few exceptions AI on smartphones have so far been limited to one common use case: photography.

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Android P on Pixel 2 might have automatic color adjustment

What should have been a great successor to a great first product quickly turned into a disaster. The Google Pixel 2, most especially the bigger Pixel 2 XL, was beset by many complaints and issues.

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Fujifilm instax SQUARE SQ6 is an analog camera in a digital world

We live in a digital age but analog, paper, and mechanical tools not only still exist but also prevail. CDs and Vinyl have surpassed digital sales (but not streaming), paper notebooks have never been hotter, and instant print cameras and Polaroid-type pictures have long made a comeback.

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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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Spigen’s new iPhone X cases have classic iMac G3 and iPhone designs

Spigen has launched a crowdfunding campaign for a series of iPhone X cases designed after the iPhone 2G and iMac G3. The latter device — the G3 — was launched 20 years ago, bringing with it a unique, colorful design. Spigen has used that design as inspiration for its new iPhone X cases, bringing the nostalgic look to Apple’s latest … Continue reading

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New Fortnite update has big changes for Thanos

Fortnite‘s Infinity Gauntlet mode has been live for a few days now, and pretty much the entire time, Epic Games has been fine tuning it behind the scenes. Just a few hours after launch, Epic delivered its first round of tweaks for Thanos, and now the company has launched a new update that includes even more changes.

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MacBook keyboard lawsuit wants Apple to acknowledge bad design

Frustration with Apple’s MacBook keyboard has prompted a class-action lawsuit, after the Cupertino firm refused to acknowledge persistent problems with the “butterfly” keys.

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Audi’s talking traffic lights tech expands to 10 US cities

Audi’s Traffic Light Information system, which puts a countdown to the next green light on your dashboard, is launching in ten more cities across the US, the automaker has confirmed. First launched in 2016, the technology is one of the earliest examples of V2I, or Vehicle-to-Infrastructure, to reach production cars. Back then, though, you’d need to live in Las Vegas … Continue reading

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