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Twitter adds USB security key as a login verification method

If you’re worried that existing Twitter security measures aren’t adequate enough, good news: the company has added support for security keys. The new option is available as of today, enabling security key owners to setup their account so that they can only log in if they have the right USB key. This method joins third-party app verifications.

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Huawei MateBook D with AMD Ryzen now available in US

During Computex, Huawei took the wraps off its new MateBook D laptop with an AMD Ryzen processor.

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Oculus TV on Oculus Go lets you binge anywhere

Oculus Go is almost like a the middle child of Oculus’ other existing VR devices, the full-featured Oculus Rift and the smartphone-powered Samsung Gear VR. The device, which almost resembles a smartphone in terms of specs, tries to offer the mobility of a Gear VR but without the hassles of having to slot in a phone. To make sure that … Continue reading

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Microsoft Surface USB-C dongle is a joke

It’s almost embarrassing, at least for Microsoft, that Apple would be at the forefront of pushing new standards like USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 while its premier flagship computers obstinately remain in the recent past. Admittedly, there are business reasons for doing clinging to USB-A and DisplayPorts but Microsoft seems to have intentionally missed the USB-C boat even in its latest … Continue reading

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Alamo Drafthouse tests MoviePass alternative with Season Pass

MoviePass has been criticized as an unsustainable threat to cinemas, but it’s still here and popularity is high. We’ve seen a few competitors pop up, none of them quite on MoviePass’s level, and now Alamo Drafthouse can be counted among them. The company plans to beta test a season pass that’ll grant subscribers access to unlimited movies

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Fortnite Playground release: What we know (and why we’re excited)

Last month, Epic detailed a new limited time game mode for Fortnite called Playground. Of all the limited time game modes Epic has created so far, Playground sounds like it could very well be the most unique. Though we didn’t get a release date for the mode when it was first announced, it’s clear now that the mode is just … Continue reading

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Harley-Davidson US production a casualty in Trump tariff war

Harley-Davidson plans to move a sizable portion of the motorcycles it produces outside of the US, blaming the escalating tariff war for spiraling costs in one of its biggest markets. The legendary bike-maker says the production decision comes after it was caught between the new steel and aluminum duties imposed by President Trump, and retaliatory tariffs implemented by the European … Continue reading

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VW I.D. R Pikes Peak racer crushes overall record on America’s Mountain

VW had a very impressive run in qualifying for the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb last week. That top place run gave VW the best starting time overall, assuming Romain Dumas and his electric I.D. R Pikes Peak racer could keep it on the road

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Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro, Mi Pad 4 launched for budget-conscious buyers

Xiaomi has always been known for its dirt cheap yet decent smartphones but with its relatively younger Redmi line, it proved it can go even lower. The popular Chinese OEM is proving so yet again with the launch of its Redmi 6 Pro smartphone and Mi Pad 4 tablet, giving consumers more choices in “bang for buck” value. At least … Continue reading

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Galaxy S10: Iris scanner out, in-display fingerprint in

After foldable displays, it seems that the next Galaxy phone feature no one can seem to agree on is the in-display fingerprint scanner, a.k.a. fingerprint on display (FOD).

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