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Motorola RAZR could return with foldable screen, suggests patent

Motorola has gone through numerous changes and even numerous owners, but throughout its history, perhaps only one phone has remained an icon and an example of its glory days: the RAZR. Even Motorola was acutely aware of this to the point that it attempted to ride on that nostalgia for the slim clamshell to no avail

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Lyft and SeatGeek team to drop riders off near their event seats

Lyft has teamed up with SeatGeek to make its service more convenient for riders attending events. With this new partnership, Lyft drivers will be able to get as close to the rider’s seat as possible, helping ensure they’re close to the right entrance for pickup and drop-off. This prevents long walks and wasted minutes.

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Walmart eBooks service undercuts Amazon’s Audible as rivalry grows

Earlier this year, Walmart announced a partnership with Rakuten Kobo as the first step in a plan to launch its own ebook service in the US.

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2019 Hyundai Elantra sedan gets safer, more memorable

Hyundai has unexpectedly taken the wraps off the 2019 Elantra sedan, promising extra technology for safety and comfort from the redesigned four-door. The sixth-generation Elantra promises to be more distinctive, with Hyundai retiring some of the more subtle styling of the old model, in favor of sharper creases and bolder angles

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Verizon throttled California fire department’s unlimited data during wildfire

The Santa Clara Fire Department has revealed that Verizon throttled its unlimited data during a wildfire, forcing it to upgrade to a different plan at more than double the original rate. The issue came to light in an addendum to a brief submitted to the attorneys general of 22 states, with the fire department stating that it had informed Verizon … Continue reading

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Logitech G Pro gaming mouse goes wireless with PowerPlay and Lightspeed

It isn’t very often that you hear about pro gamers using wireless mice, but Logitech is hoping to change that with a new iteration of the G Pro. The G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse, as it’s officially called, was developed with feedback from pro gamers in mind, and features many of the technologies we’ve seen in recent mice released under … Continue reading

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Pokemon GO scans users’ files to root out rooted phones

While rooted devices may have security implications for owners themselves, they’re also seen as potential threats to one specific class of Android apps: online games. Rooted devices have the potential to install modified versions of the game that could, in theory, give players an unfair advantage.

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Pixel 3 XL Black spied in Toronto with notch and two front cameras

Someone in Toronto spotted what appears to be a black Pixel 3 XL smartphone in the wilds of Canada, specifically on a train being used to send messages. The individual managed to take two clear images of the handset, including one partially of the back, revealing a notch, large chin, and single rear camera

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The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is 2018’s new graphics star

Kicking off Gamescom in Cologne, Germany, NVIDIA is hosting a keynote address to talk gaming and new hardware. NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang took the stage just a short while ago to make a reveal something that we all knew was coming.

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Surface Go: what you’re really paying for

There are few things in tech history that have gone down in history to be so polarizing, like Apple’s removal of the headphone jack, the notch, and the Surface Go. Reviews are all over the place but, unsurprisingly, they can be easily grouped into the +1s and the -1s.

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