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Google News learns some data-saving tricks

A few months back, Google overhauled its mobile news experience, deprecating the seldom-used Play Newsstand in favor of a new Google News app. More than just a simple Material Design 2 facelift, the app added Google’s favorite AI sauce to personalize news selection and discovery

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Apple video makes it clear: it wants subscriptions over paid apps

Forget microtransactions and the freemium business model. The next in-app purchase debate will be about recurring subscriptions

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CEOs on the Office Fashion Mistakes That Most Annoy Them

Dress codes vary from office to office , but there's undoubtedly something more important wherever you work, and that's your boss's personal preference. Now, this personal preference doesn't mean that they get a say in whether or not the color yellow is your thing—it means that whether you like it or not, there are certain things you should and shouldn't wear around the office, both according to the HR handbook and according to your boss

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Apple Pay and Google Pay can buy you a Slurpee at 7-Eleven

After years of holding out, 7-Eleven is finally ready to embrace tap-to-pay in earnest. The convenience store chain has followed through on earlier teasers by supporting Apple Pay and Google Pay at its US stores. "Most" American locations will supp...

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Nike Says These New Sneakers "Transcend the Limitations of Time and Space"

Nike loves to hype all of its sneaker releases—the brand has used terms like  "legendary" and  "iconic" to describe its newest shoes. But the brand's latest product description might just top them all

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Galaxy S10 secrets may spill courtesy of Samsung

Samsung Galaxy S10 specs and big-name features might well appear before the smartphone itself in 2019. This includes the long-awaited and several-times-delayed (with good reason) in-display or under-display fingerprint sensor. Word is this week that Samsung will work with Qualcomm to deliver this “best” in-display fingerprint sensor.

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Antarctica Map: Highest resolution terrain map yet made

Today we’re having a peek at the newly revealed and newly-public “most accurate” high resolution terrain map of Antarctica. This is REMA, or the Reference Elevation Model of Antarctica.

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The Boring Company has a non-boring way to drive its drill

Some might be questioning Elon Musk’s mental health of late and there will be others who will probably point to The Boring Company as the earliest signs of its deterioration. The grand vision is definitely worth chasing but Musk’s youngest venture has taken a few odd turns along the way. Now it’s showing off something that’s, yet again, purely for … Continue reading

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro barely survives durability test

Xiaomi may be best known for its dirt-cheap smartphones with flagship features, but as far as JerryRigEverything is concerned, it’s not always a hit when it comes to one critical factor: durability. While it might be too easy to attribute it to a choice of cheap materials to keep costs down, YouTube Zack Nelson has had mixed results from Xiaomi’s … Continue reading

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Nokia 6.1 Plus notch-hiding option returns, Android One indifferent

The notch is a very divisive element.

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