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MasterCard will eliminate credit and debit card signatures next year

Pay for something with a credit card or use a debit card that is run as credit rather than debit and the odds are you’ll have to sign for it.

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Pixel 2 Active Edge remap highlights a big problem

The Pixel 2’s Active Edge is a fairly neat feature, but unfortunately, it’s limited in usefulness out of the box.

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Mac mini still important to Apple, says Tim Cook

Many Apple products have received a significant refresh recently, like the iPhone X, or a pink slip, in the case of the venerable iPod.

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Netflix Punisher series release date is official: November 17

Though the second season of Stranger Things is Netflix‘s most hotly anticipated debut this year, superhero fans have been champing at the bit for the company’s original The Punisher series. We’ve known for a while that this show was in the pipeline, and soon enough we found out that it’d released this year. Now Netflix has finally given us the … Continue reading

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Photoshop finally gets support for Microsoft’s Surface Dial

Adobe’s venerable photo-editing application, Photoshop, now supports Microsoft’s Surface Dial, a literal, physical dial designed for artists. The support has arrived as part of Adobe’s major Creative Cloud 2018 overhaul, though users should expect to encounter some bugs here and there as the feature isn’t yet production ready.

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Nintendo Switch update 4.0 also adds support for wireless headsets

Earlier today, Nintendo pushed an update to Switch consoles that added a few long-requested features. Switch owners now have the ability to move their game data and saves to another console and they can also now record video clips of their gameplay. Though neither feature is perfect just yet, it’s definitely a step in the right direction for the Switch, … Continue reading

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Nintendo Switch passes a huge sales milestone in the US

NPD is gearing up to release another report on the state of the games industry, but before it does, Nintendo is sharing its victories a little early. Nintendo revealed today that the Switch was the best-selling console in the US for the month of September, marking the third month in a row that it’s earned that distinction. Making Nintendo executives … Continue reading

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Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM puts Alexa into 16hr cordless speaker

For many, Ultimate Ears has been the go-to for portable Bluetooth speakers; now, the company is making Amazon Alexa its go-to assistant. Announced today, the Ultimate Ears MEGABLAST and BLAST give UE’s speakers a smart upgrade, adding WiFi to the Bluetooth

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Nokia 7 brings Bothies to the mid-range

The selfie craze has mostly boiled over. And by that, we mean that it has become less of a craze and more a begrudgingly accepted fact of life. Nokia, however, totally missed that boat so it’s doing the next best thing: try to create a new fad, Nokia and HMD call it “Bothie” and it debuted in the Nokia 8.

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Apple TV’s search adds support for more apps in the US and Canada

The latest Apple TV‘s universal search has added support for more apps in the US and Canada. With this expansion, users are now able to view results from BBC America, Oxygen, and Classix in the United States.

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