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Fortnite patch notes introduce the new Chiller trap

Fortnite received its usual week patch early this morning, and this one is quite a bit smaller than the one that was rolled out last week. Of course, last week’s patch was a big one in part because Fortnite season 6 launched alongside it, so it makes sense that this week’s is a little bit more content-light. We’re still getting … Continue reading

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WiFi 6 gives wireless the big upgrade it really needs

WiFi is about to get a lot more easy to understand, with the Wi-Fi Alliance announcing WiFi 6, its freshly rebranded push to reduce wireless confusion. WiFi 6 isn’t a new technology, in and of itself. Instead, it’ll be the consumer name for 802.11ax, the next-generation of WiFi that isn’t expected to show up in devices until 2019 at the … Continue reading

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Philips Hue now supports iOS 12’s Siri Shortcuts

With the launch of iOS 12, iPhone owners were introduced to Siri's new Shortcuts feature that makes suggestions based on a user's routines. Numerous third-party apps — such as Pandora, Evernote and even Google News — already offer such in...

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Razer Sila is a gaming-grade router for PCs, consoles, mobile

Gaming is Razer’s life blood so it only stands that it would focus on products that empower gamers and improve gaming experience. But while gaming can take different forms on different devices, one thing remains common in modern gaming: an Internet connection. So one of the most immediate and most generic way Razer could push gaming forward would be to … Continue reading

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Tile Mate, Pro get replaceable batteries, Premium service added

For all our powerful smartphones and intelligent assistants, we still can’t stop losing things. Never mind having things stolen, we just sometimes forget where we left our prized possessions, be it at home or, worse, at a public place. That’s where Tile’s Bluetooth trackers come in to clue you in on that “lost” remote.

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Juul marketing materials seized as FDA targets underage vaping

The Federal Drug Administration has seized more than one thousands documents from e-cigarette company Juul, according to a new report. The documents are said to be related to Juul’s marketing practices, the focus being underage vaping and the FDA’s ongoing work to address marketing that some companies may be targeting at teens. The information comes from CNBC, which reports that … Continue reading

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Windows 10 October 2018 update now available: dark mode and more

Microsoft is releasing the Windows 10 2018 update, the one it announced back in late August. The availability was confirmed by Microsoft today during a press event, its name referring to the month of its release, of course. Though anyone can manually update now, automatic updates will take a handful of days to start.

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YouTube brings showtime listings to movie trailer ads

Google is making it easier for YouTube users to purchase movie tickets. The company has detailed a new ad experience for the platform that allows advertisers to include showtime listings for a movie when presenting its trailer as an advertisement.

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Amazon’s IMDB tipped in plan to launch free video streaming service

Amazon’s IMDB will be revealing a new ad-supported video streaming service soon, according to a new report. The service, which has previously leaked as an alleged form of Prime Video that is free to use, will be limited to Fire TV users, but won’t come with the Prime subscription requirement that exists for Prime Video users. The service reportedly will, … Continue reading

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iPhone XS drop test checks if Apple was serious

Almost all of today’s high-end, and even some mid-range, smartphones have glass backs. While those make for visually fantastic designs, they also come with the risk of breaking and, therefore, expensive repairs. That’s why smartphone and component manufacturers spend a lot of resources on creating less breakable glass

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