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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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Second Life Podcast: How Erin and Sara Foster Stay Authentic in Hollywood

Welcome to  Second Life , a podcast spotlighting successful women who've made major career changes—and fearlessly mastered the pivot. Hosted by Hillary Kerr, co-founder and chief content officer  at Who What Wear's parent company, Clique Brands, each episode will give you a direct line to women who are game changers in their fields

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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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Mars One’s ill-fated dream unsurprisingly ends in bankruptcy

While some are still arguing whether man even landed on the moon at all or not, there are those who have already set their eyes on making Mars humanity’s next home. Elon Musk immediately comes to mind, but he was hardly the only one

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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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2019 iPhone XI changes: Less slippery coating, new front tweaks

Let me tell you how important it is to me that my smartphone is not slippery. Every single time I’ve reviewed a phone in the past almost-decade I mentioned the slippery nature of the phone where applicable. Now, with the 2019 iPhone, maybe called iPhone XI, iPhone 11, there’s a rumor that Apple may have addressed this situation between generations.

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Fitbit debuts Inspire wearable, but only for employee health plans

Fitbit, one of the most recognized names in fitness wearables, has a new model out, but rather than its specs or features, it’s the way it’s being made available that’s the biggest difference. Called the Inspire, the wristband can’t be purchased directly, but instead is issued to users through corporate health initiatives or insurance providers.

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Bugatti Chiron ‘110 Ans’ special edition marks anniversary, limited to 20 models

Bugatti’s Chiron remains just as impressive today as when it first debuted in 2016.

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Scientists discover new type of magnet with potential to improve data storage tech

A team of physicists from New York University have discovered a brand-new type of magnet that differs from any other known to exist. Called a “singlet-based magnet,” it was found within a compound of uranium and antimony known as USb2, and because it can change between magnetized and unmagnetized states quickly and easily, it has the potential to improve data … Continue reading

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Amazon Live is like QVC for your Fire and Echo devices

So you’re already addicted to buying things from Amazon, but you want someone to tell you what to buy next, right? Imagine a world where the 1990’s least exciting television channel, QVC, became popular again here in the internet age. That reality is… real… now with Amazon Live.

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