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Lenovo ThinkStation P330 line gets refreshed with a trio of smaller PCs

Lenovo has just announced a new entry-level trio of ThinkStation PCs, refreshing the P-series with a lineup of P330 machines. As with their predecessors, packing a decent amount of power into as small a package as possible seems to be the main goal of these business-focused PCs, particularly in the new P330 Tiny and SFF (small form factor). In fact, … Continue reading

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McLaren hybrid plan sees every supercar electrified by 2025

McLaren has revealed an ambitious plan to make all of its sports cars hybrids by 2025, a $1.59 billion project the British automaker has called Track25. A total of eighteen new models are expected to be launched over the next seven years, building on the roadmap set out by the gas-electric McLaren P1.

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Galaxy Note 9 with 512GB storage: you can’t have it

It’s an unfair and honestly unreasonable fact of life that not all smartphones of the same model are created equal.

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Apple Maps navigation and search is down [Update: it’s back]

Apple Maps is down in several core ways, with search, routing, and navigation all offline this morning. Apple confirmed that there was an ongoing issue with the mapping service this morning, and says it’s investigating the issue.

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Ford reveals 700HP, WWII fighter plane-inspired Mustang for charity

For more than a few years now Ford has been creating special edition Mustangs to benefit the Experimental Aircraft Association, each with an aviation-inspired design.

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iPhone 3GS to be sold once again in South Korea

Now that we’ve using smartphones for over a decade, we’re at a point where early models can officially be touted as “retro” devices. An example of this is currently playing out in South Korea, where the carrier SK Telink is going to sell Apple’s iPhone 3GS — first released in 2009 — in limited numbers. A collection of new, unopened … Continue reading

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Apple brings 5G and national security into Qualcomm patent battle

As Apple and Qualcomm’s ongoing legal battle over patent licensing fees continues, the two companies now find themselves before the US International Trade Commission in Washington, D.C., with the chipmaker arguing that iPhones with rival Intel modems should be banned from the country.

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iPhone 3GS comes back from the dead in South Korea

Have you ever wished you could relive the experience of owning a classic smartphone? You can, if you live in South Korea

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Samsung 100% renewable energy vow sets two-year deadline

Samsung announced an ambitious new environmental pledge today, revealing that it will transition to 100-percent renewable energy in the United States, Europe, and China. This is an expansion of the company’s existing renewable energy initiative, expanding it to cover Samsung’s total operations in the three aforementioned locations

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The iPhone X Plus triple camera rumor just won’t die

Apple’s new iPhone X Plus, the rumored super-sized version of the 2018 iPhone, is increasingly expected to feature a three camera array, as hardware rumors continue to circulate ahead of its launch later this year. The new iOS device is tipped to be one of at least three new iPhone models, each borrowing liberally from the current iPhone X flagship. … Continue reading

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