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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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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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Chrome 66 finally blocks autoplaying content by default

Google is on a crusade to banish bad ads from the Internet. Some would argue that it’s a self-serving crusade meant to steer the industry towards its own brand of ads

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Windows Hello wants to replace passwords with keys, fingerprints

Passwords have become practically useless, even dangerous, thanks to human frailty. That is why tech companies keep on trying to kill the password with two-factor authentication, fingerprints, faces, and even security keys.

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Beoplay P6 is the most chic bluetooth speaker of them all

There’s a new smart speaker in town, and it comes from B&O PLAY. That’s a Bang & Olufsen brand, and it means this speaker’s gonna be banging out the beats in a top-notch fashion.

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Netflix 125m subscribers mean more new shows and movies

Netflix has delivered its financial results for the first quarter of 2018, and things are looking pretty great. Netflix revealed that it is now up to 125 million subscribers around the world, which is a truly eye-watering number.

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LG G7 release details leak: Date with big specs

Today we’re having a peek at the LG G7 ThinQ, a sort-of rebranding of the LG G lineup, but still in the G6 swing of things. To be clear – it would appear as though LG’s latest smartphone won’t be significantly different from its predecessors with any regard to its newly donned “ThinQ” branding.

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VW Group says autonomous parking to be ready by 2020

The Volkswagen Group will soon have autonomous parking ready for its series vehicles the company has stated. The new autonomous parking tech will find its way into VW, Audi, and Porsche products with autonomous testing for those vehicles happening at Hamburg airport now

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Top smartwatches to buy in 2018

Smartwatches aren’t dead. Sure, they’re not the hot sellers they were hoped to be but, here and there, you will find someone wearing a wearable in one form or another. And while not as numerous as smartphones, there are still quite a good number of models available making the choice an equally difficult one

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