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iPhone X ghost touch and MacBook Pro SSD fails get free Apple repairs

Apple is offering free repairs to fix the iPhone X ghost touch issue and certain MacBook Pro laptops that may experience drive failure.

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High-temperature semiconductors and stronger magnets pave the way to a cheaper fusion-powered future

One of the goals that scientists around the world have been working towards for years is clean and cheap fusion power. A move to fusion power is believed to be one key to helping reverse climate change created from older methods of generating electricity. Researchers from MIT and Commonwealth Fusion systems are working to speed the development of fusion energy … Continue reading

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T-Mobile offers $50/month prepaid unlimited plan, but only for a limited time

T-Mobile has launched a new $50/month unlimited prepaid plan. The new offering is through T-Mobile Prepaid, not Metro by T-Mobile, and it’ll only be available for a limited time. The plan gives customers unlimited data on T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network, as well as unlimited talk and text, but there are a few big restrictions

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Surprise! The new iPad Pro dumps Lightning for USB-C port

We heard a lot about the new iPad Pro before today’s reveal event. Rumors about the device have been swirling for weeks, and one of the most interesting claims we heard is that Apple’s newest tablet would have a USB-C port. As it turns out, those rumors were correct, as the new iPad Pro does indeed have that oft-rumored USB-C … Continue reading

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Chrome OS 70 brings tablet-friendly treats

If there was still any doubt that Chrome OS is headed towards a multi-form future, release 70 of Google’s operating should probably banish that. This version brings a couple of features that not only improves compatibility with Android apps but also adds features for more touch-friendly tablet use, like floating keyboard. While some Chromebooks do have touch screens, such features … Continue reading

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iPhone XR iFixit teardown gives hope for DIY repairs

iFixit has published its teardown of the iPhone XR, Apple’s latest LCD iPhone model. The company has wrapped up its disassembly of the device, showing off each component and the tedious process of taking the handset apart. Buyers wondering whether they’ll be able to replace their own cracked display are in for some good news: it’s not an impossible task

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Gut bacteria may not fully replenish after antibiotic use: study

A new study has found that gut bacteria only partially replenishes in healthy individuals following antibiotic use. Scientists tested the effects of antibiotics on gut bacteria in heathy men, finding that it nearly eradicated the “good bacteria,” which then slowly replenished over the following half-year. Unfortunately, not all of the beneficial bacteria returned and researchers found that some unwanted bacteria … Continue reading

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Stanford teaches small flying drones to pull heavy objects

Small drones can fly around and observe things, but their ability to interact with the world around them has been limited. Researchers at Stanford University are changing that with the development of small flying drones called FlyCroTug that can move and pull objects around it. These drones can work in teams with a pair of the robots able to attach … Continue reading

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TicWatch C2 Wear OS watch unveiled, TicPods Free now available

Mobvoi has unveiled the TicWatch C2, a Wear OS smartwatch joining the company’s previously launched TicWatch models. The new offering features a combination of stainless steel and genuine leather, as well as classy designs and various color options

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Researchers show off 120-kilowatt wireless charging for EVs

Researchers from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory have demonstrated a new wireless charging system for EVs that can provide six times the power as previous wireless chargers they have shown off. The new charger that the team has demonstrated can charge wirelessly at a rate of 120-kilowatts

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