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Garmin Golf Approach G80 GPS is built to teach and entertain

Garmin is a name mostly associated with car navigation systems but some might also know that the company makes all sorts of devices that are empowered by GPS technology. Even before it was making smartwatches and trackers, however, Garmin was already making Golf watches and handhelds to help players improve their game.

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SwiftKey gets automatic incognito switching in latest beta

The newest SwiftKey Beta update arrived today, bringing with it one simple, important change: automatic incognito switching.

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abode Gen 2 gateway brings 4G backup, Z Wave Plus, soon Siri

There might be an overabundance of connected appliances these days but not all of them speak the same language. For that, you would need a gateway that would act as a hub and translator for the myriad connected products you may have at home. Although its name doesn’t always come up in IoT news, abode’s gateway is one of those … Continue reading

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Galaxy S10 leak leaves little left for Samsung to announce

It’s really no surprise that Samsung’s next flagship would have already been leaked to death by now. In addition to being the next big thing for the world’s biggest smartphone maker, the Galaxy S10 trio (or quartet) is also expected to come with some of the biggest changes ever in a Samsung Galaxy phone

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The 2020 Porsche 911 Wet Mode is supercar-clever: Here’s how it works

Not for nothing did the Porsche 911 earn a reputation for being frisky on wet roads, and though all-wheel drive has helped there, the automaker has something even cleverer for the 2020 911. Porsche Wet Mode is a brand new technology on the eight-generation 911, an assistance system which helps with wet road traction without sacrificing power in the process.

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Two fish species can survive in areas of the Gulf of California with little oxygen

Scientists from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute have discovered two species of fish that can thrive in waters that are nearly devoid of oxygen. The two fish species are catsharks and cusk eels. The researchers found high abundances of fish living in deep Gulf of California waters with … Continue reading

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Verizon will start blocking spam calls for free this year

For a lot of us, spam calls and robocalls have gone from being an occasional annoyance to a frequent problem. Some carriers are attempting to do something about that, and today Verizon is hopping on that train

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Mortal Kombat 11 Kollector’s Edition includes life-size Scorpion mask

Fighting game fans are eagerly poring over all the newly released details on the upcoming Mortal Kombat 11. Following an announcement teaser back in December, this week saw the first real info spilled on the game direct from developer NetherRealm Studios, including gameplay modes, character roster, abilities, and the series’ iconic fatalities

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Fortnite is so big even Netflix is feeling the heat

When it comes to competition in the entertainment industry, you might be tempted to think that companies only consider similar services to be competitors. For instance, Netflix and Hulu obviously compete with one another, but what about Netflix and Fortnite? As it turns out, Netflix considers Fortnite a major competitor, and it often loses out to the popular game when … Continue reading

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MIT researchers develop a new, faster 3D brain imaging technique

Researchers from MIT have announced that they have developed a new way to image the brain with “unprecedented resolution and speed.” The technique allows the location of individual neurons, the tracing of connections between them, and the visualization of organelles inside the neurons over large volumes of brain tissue.

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