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Galaxy S10+ 1TB Limited Edition to launch in mid-March

With most of the specs, features, and designs of Samsung’s upcoming flagships already known, all that’s left to ponder is when the Galaxy S10 will land in stores and for how much. With as much as four models available, some in various configurations, it might be a somewhat daunting decision-making process.

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WebXR Device API to let browsers access VR, AR hardware, sensors

Browsers these days are so powerful you can almost do anything in them. Yes, sometimes even run older (ancient, really) operating systems in a browser tab. Want to play 3D games?

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Google Maps AR mode can be more precise, more useful than GPS

You may not know it yet, but your location is almost as important as your email address and password.

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Japan nears e-waste goal for making Tokyo 2020 Olympics medals

Japan has nearly hit its goal for collecting e-waste that will be used to create the 2020 Tokyo Olympics medals, officials have announced. The nation announced plans to make the medals primarily from metal harvested from old smartphones and other gadgets back in early 2017.

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Google experiments with dark mode for Chrome on phones

It took Google quite some time to get on board with the idea of adding a dark mode to its apps and platforms, but it's definitely looking like the tech giant has gone all in. 9to5Google has discovered that Chrome 73 beta for Android comes with a nigh...

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NASA discovers supernova-surviving cosmic dust

Cosmic dust is created as red giant stars die and their material disperses into interstellar clouds. Supernova explosions, which are considered some of the brightest, most powerful forces in the universe, are known to destroy these dust particles with their blast wave, with the current theory being that regions of space are left empty following a supernova blast.

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Child’s Play reboot teases robotic Chucky doll with homicidal AI

Popular ’80s horror movie Child’s Play is being rebooted for modern audiences with a possibly robotic version of the demented Chucky doll.

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Raspberry Pi Foundation starts selling products in its first physical store

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has started selling products in its first physical store, making it possible for customers to pop in and grab whatever they need without waiting for shipment…assuming they’re in England, that is. The destination is located in Cambridge, UK, at the Grand Arcade shopping center, where it is open every day of the week. The Raspberry Pi … Continue reading

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Incoming Nintendo Switch bundle includes bonus eShop credit

Nintendo fans know that the company doesn’t often like to discount consoles and games.

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iOS 12.2 to remove Safari’s ineffective Do Not Track feature

One of the side effects of promoting yourself as a staunch privacy advocate is that all your actions in that regard will be heavily scrutinized. Apple is indeed facing such attention in light of a major Group FaceTime bug and Facebook’s misuse of its enterprise creds, but even the little things are getting some time in the spotlight

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