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iOS 12 developer beta 8 is here to take beta 7’s place

This close to the final launch, you’d think iOS 12’s beta would have very little in the way of big changes, especially those that tend to break things.

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Google Coach fitness and health AI assistant for smartwatches tipped

Google is working on a personal fitness and health assistant, according to a new leak, and it’s reportedly called Google Coach. The new personal assistant is allegedly being developed for wearable devices and will utilize what Google already knows about a user to proactively make recommendations, among other things. Google Coach isn’t limited just to activities, according to the report, … Continue reading

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Diablo 3 for Nintendo Switch launches with expansion in late 2018

Following a teaser suggesting as much earlier this year, it has been revealed that Diablo III will be launching on Nintendo Switch later this year.

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This Audi RS5 has the EV heart of a Tesla

In the enthusiast world engine swaps are nothing new. All sorts of cars end up with engines that were never meant to be crammed under their hoods, but that doesn’t stop performance fans.

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OPPO F9 brings the tiniest notch to the masses

Some manufacturers have wholeheartedly embraced the notch.

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Microsoft Your Phone app available already on Windows 10 version 1803

Microsoft has been giving Insiders a foretaste of features and changes that are coming in the next Windows 10 version. Naturally, it is presumed that those features won’t actually be arriving until that version rolls out later this year. That was definitely the presumption for the “Your Phone” app that promises a seamless connection between Windows 10 and, at least … Continue reading

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2019 Honda Civic gets refreshed, adds Sport trim

Honda has unveiled the refreshed 2019 Civic coupe and sedan that builds on the 10th generation Civic line. Along with updated styling, 2019 also brings a new Sport trim to the series. The front of the car was tweaked to accentuate the low and wide stance and sporty looks

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Fortnite on Android a dangerous slippery slope

It started innocently enough. Android users are no stranger to iOS getting first dibs on apps and games, as long as they eventually get their share

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BlackBerry KEY2 LE gets a date

Samsung’s early launch of the Galaxy Note 9 means only one thing.

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White House bans government use of Huawei and ZTE hardware

The White House has officially banned the government use of hardware made by Chinese companies ZTE and Huawei, including smartphones, routers, and similar devices. The move follows years of debate over the two companies and the potential national security risk their hardware may present. The ban is part of a $716 billion defense policy bill newly signed by President Trump.

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