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Samsung Galaxy X: 3 ways this folding display phone could flex

The Samsung Galaxy X had our attention when we first saw Samsung fold a display, right before our eyes. It was amazing to see how the company – at least the Samsung Display portion of the company – was able to take something that seemed so fragile, and treat it like something far more robust. That was well before we … Continue reading

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Bitcoin price down today: Here’s why

Several factors played into today’s fall in the most popular cryptocurrency pair: Bitcoin to USD. The headlines this morning were just about the opposite of what they were at the start of December, when several all-time-high prices for BTC/USD were achieved

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OkCupid forcing people to use real names on their profile over usernames

Online dating service OkCupid has announced that it will be requiring users to start putting their real names on dating profiles, doing away with the pseudonyms and usernames that have been allowed for years. The company explains that the change in policy is in part to “keep up with the times” as well as to have profiles reflect a real … Continue reading

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Tricked by Russian 2016 election propaganda? New Facebook tool reveals all

Last month, Facebook revealed that it would soon launch a tool enabling its users to check whether they’d unwittingly “liked” a Russian 2016 election propaganda post. That tool has just gone live, giving every Facebook user the chance to check their own “liking” history.

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Xbox Game Pass: 5 reasons to give it a try

Microsoft is rounding out the year by adding a bunch of games to Xbox Game Pass, a service that allows you on demand access to a library of titles. Though it’s similar to PlayStation Now, Xbox Game Pass is still in its infancy as a service, so what’s the benefit of signing up for Microsoft’s service when Sony’s own is … Continue reading

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NASA wants to either fly around one of Saturn’s moons or meet up with a comet next

This week NASA has narrowed down its list of potential next missions to a pair and both sound awesome. Exactly which of the mission will be undertaken we won’t know until 2019, but we do know the two potentials

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Amazon Prime Video app is now on Android TV with a big catch

Google’s and Amazon’s relationship is perhaps best described as “complicated”. Things have recently turned sour when Google, supposedly unprovoked, yanked out YouTube from the Amazon Echo Show. Words were thrown back and forth, conspiracies were drummed up

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Chromebooks running on Snapdragon 845 might be coming

It won’t just be Windows 10 that will be getting the special Qualcomm Snapdragon treatment next year. While there are already at least two Windows 10 on Snapdragon devices slated for the next months, there is one class of devices that may or may not be headed out to the market.

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CaliBurger pilots self-ordering AI kiosks with facial recognition

CaliBurger, a burger joint in California, is testing facial recognition technology as a way for customers to pull up favorite orders and accounts. The tech is only a pilot at this time, one being referred to as a “face-based loyalty program.” The facial recognition is part of self-ordering kiosks with artificial intelligence running NEC’s NeoFace software.

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YouTube for iOS adds full vertical video playback

YouTube on iOS will soon be updated with full vertical video playback support, getting rid of the annoying black bars and instead filling the entire smartphone screen with vertically-recorded footage. Until now, trying to play these vertical videos on iOS devices resulted in big black bars due to the app’s inability to adjust to the unique size. The new version, … Continue reading

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