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Leica Q-P revealed with two batteries

This morning Leica revealed their newest Q-line camera, the Leica Q-P.

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SpaceX Crew Dragon recovery vessel team rehearses astronaut retrieval

Under NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, private space company SpaceX has developed a capsule that will eventually take astronauts to the International Space Station, and it’s called the Crew Dragon.

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HYPER iPad Pro USB-C hub makes a MacBook dongle-monster

The iPad Pro 2018 in both sizes uses USB-C instead of Lightning for the first time in the product’s history. The accessory-makers at HYPER just revealed one of the first USB-C hub accessories that’s made specifically for the iPad Pro 2018.

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Destiny 2 is free to keep on PC until next week

Blizzcon just happened last week and, unsurprisingly, much of the focus was on the company’s biggest money-maker, Overwatch. And there was also that mobile Diablo game announcement that isn’t sitting too well with some Diablo fans.

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro screen has strong green bleeding, complain owners

Halloween is long over but something might continue to haunt Huawei Mate 20 Pro owners like an eerie green ghost. And no, we’re not talking about Ghostbusters’ Slimer. Just days after new, proud owners got their hands on Huawei’s latest and greatest, the flood of complaints regarding screen problems come crashing into forums and social media.

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OnePlus 6T: What you’re not getting and why

The OnePlus 6T might be the near perfect Android phone, especially for its price. Especially if you’re not too picky about not having a vanilla Android experience and if its camera output is more than enough for your needs and tastes. As you might know by now, there are a few trade-offs when you opt for this affordable flagship that … Continue reading

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Nintendo Switch to get YouTube app next week, says leak

The Nintendo Switch is a great portable gaming handheld that’s made even greater by the assortment of games that come raining down on it.

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Northern Virginia believed Amazon’s frontrunner for second headquarters

It was a little over a year ago when Amazon announced it would be looking to build a second headquarters somewhere in North America, in turn kicking off an unofficial competition with cities biding to lure the internet giant with tax and other incentives. Then in January the company announced it had narrowed down the list of candidates to 20 … Continue reading

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Cadillac closes the Book on its monthly car subscription service

Just short of two years ago, Cadillac was one of the first to debut a monthly car subscription service.

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Samsung Bixby assistant will soon support skills from third-party developers

Samsung’s own Bixby assistant has been around for a few years now, but it still trails far behind Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant in usage. This is due to a number of reasons, including poor performance and a lack of features, but also because of Alexa and Assistant’s third-party support, which has resulted in widespread integration with other apps and … Continue reading

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