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Fortnite 3.5 content update is now live: Here’s what it adds

As expected, a new content update for Fortnite version 3.5 went live in the wee hours of the morning. While it’s a bit smaller than many of the content updates we’ve seen before, it still adds a couple of things worth checking out. Unfortunately, those of you hoping for some drastic changes with this patch (such as the destruction of … Continue reading

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Jaguar XE 300 Sport races Olympic speed skater on ice

Jaguar is all about the weird races and it likes to set bizarre records while doing winter sports. Last time Jag towed a skier at 117mph to set a record. This time out a Jag XE 300 Sport has raced an Olympic champion speed skater on a 3km outdoor ice track and won

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Microsoft Translator AI powers now work offline on mobile

AI, especially on our smartphones, is great and all but they have one somewhat worrying requirement. It requires devices to be online in order to send data to remote servers for processing

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TESS planet-hunting satellite launched aboard SpaceX Falcon 9

There are millions if not billions of planets in the known universe but we know very little about them. Thwarted by distance and technology, the best we could do is set up and train our best and brightest eyes on the sky to catch a glimpse and a clue of their nature and composition

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Intel is quitting the smart glasses game, Vaunt canceled

While primarily a silicon maker, Intel has tried its hand at anything and everything that could have a processor inside, from smartphones to smartwatches to smart glasses. Very few of those, however, have yielded any promising fruit.

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Opera VPN for Android, iOS is shutting down

It seems that Opera is in the process of shutting down the mostly free services that have actually resurrected its brand in the mobile market. Last year, it shut down the data monitoring and data saving Opera Max app.

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6.1-inch LCD iPhone to have budget price, dual SIM variant

It seems that Apple will be changing course when it comes to its marketing strategy for this year’s iPhones. With the iPhone X last year, it went with a higher price tag that was meant to offset the low sales numbers.

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Virus removal for Android: A step-by-step in 2018

Today we’re taking a peek at the so-called Android virus, and how one might destroy said malicious entity. Before we go any further, know this: if you stick to Google Play, chances are you’re gonna be safe. Google’s got a fairly good handle on the “virus” game at this point, and any app you’ve installed from Google Play is going … Continue reading

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Google Chrome may now support Oculus Rift

An eagle-eyed Redditor may have just discovered that Oculus Rift is now supported in the latest stable version of Google Chrome. You'll have to do a little menu legwork to set it up by tracking down a setting in Chrome's flags, but the browser can su...

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2019 BMW M2 Competition sees track car star get 405hp

If the BMW M2 wasn’t quite punchy enough for you, never fear: it’s spawned a new, more powerful version, the 2019 BMW M2 Competition. Replacing the old M2 Coupe, the new car gets an M TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder in-line engine, based on what’s under the hood of the not-to-be-underestimated M3 and M4. That’s still 3.0-liters, like the old car, but … Continue reading

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