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Sonos pulls Facebook and Twitter ads in temporary privacy protest

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, then you likely know that it hasn’t been a good week for Facebook.

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Nest Cam IQ owners are getting a free wall mount

Nest is giving Nest Cam IQ indoor camera early-adopters a free wall mount, filling in one of the more commonly complained-about omissions in the box. The more intelligent version of Nest’s indoor security camera, the Nest Cam IQ out-performed its predecessor in just about every way, aside from one: it didn’t come with a wall mount. Indeed, Nest’s original suggestion … Continue reading

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Toyota turned the 2019 Corolla from tech-dud to gadget-central

The 2019 Corolla Hatchback may have a slick new design and use the automaker’s clever new TNGA platform, but it’s what’s going on in the cabin which really suggests Toyota is finally serious about the dashboard. Set to make its official debut at the New York International Auto Show 2018 next week, the 2.0-liter hatch couldn’t quite wait for that … Continue reading

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Tumblr discloses 84 state-sponsored propaganda accounts

Tumblr has revealed that its platform was used for state-sponsored disinformation campaigns, making it the latest among multiple online social platforms to discover propaganda accounts.

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5 tips to make your Dropbox game as good as their IPO

Dropbox is having a great week thanks to a successful IPO, and you can get in on the fun. The company offers a trio of plans designed to meet all kinds of needs, but there’s a good chance you already have an account.

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2019 Terrain and Acadia Black Editions see GMC get moody

GMC is bringing out some seriously tinted trucks for the New York Auto Show next week, with the 2019 Terrain and Acadia Black Editions giving its SUVs a moody makeover. Offering another option alongside GMC’s existing Denali, chrome-lavished, and color-matched exterior versions, the new Black Edition trim leaves each SUV looking markedly different.

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Galaxy S9 display dead-zones: Here’s Samsung’s response

Being an early adopter of a new device or technology can have its pitfalls, as some Galaxy S9 and S9+ owners are discovering. Though the phones have only been available for about a week now, users have already been reporting a big problem: dead zones on the display. There have multiple posts about this issue both on Reddit and on … Continue reading

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YouTube is still plagued with disturbing kids videos

There's a section of supposedly kid-friendly YouTube that's rife with odd and often disturbing videos. But though YouTube began actively addressing the issue last year, there still appears to be a problem

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2018 Hyundai Tucson Sport gets 2.4L four making 181hp

Hyundai has announced that the Tucson Sport will get a new engine for the 2018 model year. The car will use a four-cylinder GDI engine that makes 181hp and 175 lb-ft of torque. Hyundai says that the power output of the engine gives the Tucson Sport an edge over competitors the Toyota RAV4 and the Nissan Rogue

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CD, Vinyl outsell digital downloads but streaming still king

Those who think that interest in old-school CDs or even older school vinyl is just a passing fad should probably sit down for a bit. The Recording Industry Association of America or RIAA has just released its 2017 report detailing last year’s revenue figures. And for the first time since 2011, sales of physical media have surpassed digital downloads

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