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Samsung will reveal the next Galaxy Note on August 5

By Brian Heater Samsung’s next big Unpacked event is scheduled for August 5. As is the trend these days, the unveiling will be online-only, following in the footsteps of big virtual events from the likes of Microsoft and Apple. It’s…

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Robots Everywhere

By Digital Trends Staff This is Robots Everywhere — a show where we chronicle the slow but steady takeover of our future robot overlords, and show you how they’re making their way into practically every facet of modern life. Source::…

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Uber officially launches its grocery delivery service

By Napier Lopez I never appreciated food delivery services and workers as much as I did during the outset of the pandemic, but now there is another contender entering the fray: Uber. The rideshare giant today announced it had begun…

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How to change your YouTube name

By Jon Martindale Does your YouTube channel’s name reflect the content you produce? If not, it might be time to change it. Source:: Digital Trends       

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New Video Standard ‘VVC’ Reduces File Size By 50%

By Aditya Tiwari Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute has announced the next generation of video compression standard called VVC (Versatile Video Coding). Also known as H.266, it’s the successor to the currently popular format H.265 (HEVC) which is widely used to…

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TikTok Cries It Has “American CEO” Over Fears Of Getting Banned In The US

By Anmol Sachdeva In what termed as a “digital airstrike” by Indian media and politicians, the Indian government banned 59 Chinese apps citing security concerns. Now, the US could follow India and ban Chinese apps, including TikTok. Speaking to Fox…

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Motorola announces €349 5G phone for Europe, promises a sub-$500 model for US this year

By Brian Heater Last year Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 765, promising to usher in an era of low-cost 5G devices. Motorola, naturally, was more than happy to take advantage of the technology. While the company has been flirting with premium…

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Microsoft may get Mortal Kombat and LEGO if it buys WB Games

By Rachel Kaser Rumor has it that Microsoft is one of the parties interested in acquiring WB Games, the game publishing arm of WarnerMedia. If true, it could mean that several very valuable commodities could land squarely in Microsoft‘s lap…

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Dear Google, please let this Pixel 5 ‘leak’ be fake

By Napier Lopez While we’re still waiting for any confirmation of the Pixel 4a’s announcement date, we’re already starting to see alleged leaks of the upcoming Pixel 5. Case in point: today supposed renders of Google‘s upcoming flagship began to…

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“WSL Is A Fantastic Move From Microsoft,” Says Keivan Beigi

By Aditya Tiwari Recently, I contacted Keivan Beigi to know his thoughts and comments on some topics related to open source and Windows ecosystem. For the uninitiated, his AppGet package manager came into the news after Microsoft announced the native…

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‘Hamilton’ gives Disney+ a holiday weekend bump in US, with app downloads up 74%

By Sarah Perez The much-anticipated addition of “Hamilton” seems to have paid off for Disney+. According to new data from app store analytics firm Apptopia, Disney’s streaming service saw a big jump in downloads over the July 4 holiday weekend…

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OnePlus 5/5T Facing Call Recording Issues After Android 10 Update

By Anmol Sachdeva OnePlus kept its promise of offering the Android 10 update to its 2017 flagship devices – OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T. In May, the Chinese OEM rolled out the Android 10 update for OnePlus 5 and 5T….

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The dev career ladder needs reassessing — not all senior developers should be managers

By .cult This article was originally published on .cult by Nadya Primak. .cult is a media platform for untold developer stories, where developers can read content around the softer side of development and watch documentaries about the tech they love. You…

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11 Cheapest Electric Cars Of 2020 (Price And Battery Range Compared)

By Shaheer Anwar Image: Xpeng Motors                                        Xpeng G3 Staring Price RMB 1,43,800/$20,328 Battery Capacity 50.5 kWh Electric Range 249 miles (NEDC)…

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Paper receipts are choking the planet. With Foreceipt, you can ditch ‘em once and for all

By TNW Deals TLDR: Foreceipt Receipt Tracker eliminates the need for paper receipts, handling all your expense report and tax-filing receipt work automatically. The world is moving away from paper receipts. And while that’s good news, the bad news is…

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How Ford is making sure its F150 remains the most popular truck ever

By Clean Fleet Report This article was originally published by Michael Coates on Clean Fleet Report, a publication that gives its readers the information they need to move to cars and trucks with best fuel economy, including electric cars, fuel…

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Best Buy 4th of July Sale 2020: 5 tech deals you can’t afford to miss

By Lucas Coll We’ve rounded up the five best tech deals from the Best Buy 4th of July Sale that you can’t afford to miss. Source:: Digital Trends       

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Meet CutiePi: A 100% Open Source And Ultra-Portable Raspberry Pi Tablet

By Sarvottam Kumar If you have ever used the most popular single-board computer, Raspberry Pi (RPi), you probably know that you need to carry along additional peripherals to use RPi. So, if you want an all-in-one device that not only…

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5 ways to be a better ally in the office, according to psychology

By The Conversation In recent interviews, the American soccer player Crystal Dunn expressed the joy and fear she felt when her teammate Megan Rapinoe decided to take a knee against police brutality and racism in 2016. While Dunn wanted to…

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PM Modi Pushes Home-Made Apps After Banning Chinese Competitors

By Aditya Tiwari Just about a week has passed since the government of India banned over 59 Chinese-origin apps, including TikTok. The decision was made over concerns about security and fears of user data being pumped over to the Chinese…

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