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How to quickly make room for iOS 14 on your iPhone

By Rachel Kaser Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. It’s that time of year again: another iOS update is out, and…

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Here’s our best look at Google’s new Android TV Chromecast yet

By Napier Lopez We’ve been hearing rumors about a new Android TV-powered Chromecast — with a proper remote control, finally — for months. There have been sporadic leaks since, but today we’re getting our first good look at the fable…

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Unity Software has strong opening, gaining 31% after pricing above its raised range

By Jonathan Shieber Whoever said you can’t make money playing video games clearly hasn’t taken a look at Unity Software’s stock price. On its first official day of trading, the company rose more than 31%, opening at $75 per share…

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Daily Crunch: Partial US TikTok ban is imminent

By Anthony Ha The Trump administration moves forwards with plans to ban TikTok and WeChat (although TikTok gets a partial extension), Unity goes public and we announce the winner of this year’s Startup Battlefield. This is your Daily Crunch for…

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MIT engineers develop a totally flat fisheye lens that could make wide-angle cameras easier to produce

By Darrell Etherington Engineers at MIT, in partnership with the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, have devised a way to build a camera lens that avoids the typical spherical curve of ultra-wide-angle glass, while still providing true optical fisheye distortion….

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Apple Watch SE vs. Apple Watch Series 3: Which budget Apple Watch wins?

By Michael Archambault Are you having trouble deciding between the Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Series 3? We compare each smartwatch’s features so you can make a smart decision. Source:: Digital Trends       

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Common Google Meet problems and how to fix them

By Michael Archambault Are you having issues when attempting to create or join a Google Meet video call? Here’s how to handle some of the most common ones so you can get connected. Source:: Digital Trends       

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Cookies Are The Past; Your Phone’s Sensors Are Letting Companies Track You

By Manik Berry Since Google finally decided to do away with third-party cookies, advertisers and companies can now track you from your phone’s sensors. In an interview with Abhishek Sen, NumberEight cofounder, Wired brought up the topic. It is now…

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Best Assault Rifles In Call Of Duty Mobile Season 10

By Shivam Gulati In Call of Duty Mobile, both the Multiplayer and Battle Royale game modes flaunt several impressive guns. However, when it comes to charging towards your enemies with firepower, assault rifles are everyone’s first choice. But for new…

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Apple claims Epic is only suing to boost interest in Fortnite

By Rachel Kaser To answer your first question: yes, this nonsense is still going on. Grab your fizzy drink of choice and a fresh tub of buttered kernels, because it’s going off again between Epic Games and Apple. This time,…

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Boston Robotics delivers plan for logistics robots as early as next year

By Devin Coldewey Boston Dynamics is just months away from announcing their approach to logistics, the first real vertical it aims to enter, after proving their ability to build robots at scale with the quadrupedal Spot. The company’s new CEO,…

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Buchardt A500 review and measurements: This feels like the future of hi-fi speakers

By Napier Lopez Last year I wrote that Buchardt Audio‘s popular bookshelf speaker, the S400, was near endgame material. It sounded good enough that I felt it would be difficult to find a speaker that was a clear upgrade without…

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How to pre-order the Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE

By Jackie Dove The Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE, two hotly-anticipated new smartwatches, will be available this month, but you can order them right now. Source:: Digital Trends       

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Amazon makes Alexa Routines shareable

By Sarah Perez Amazon is making it easier for Alexa device owners to use Routines. The feature, which has been around for years, allows Alexa users to combine multiple tasks into a single voice command of their choosing. For example,…

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Facebook Announces Virtual Office Space ‘Infinite Office’ For WFH

By Anuj Rautela Facebook has introduced Infinite Office to let people working from their homes experience a virtual office environment. It has a set of new capabilities that can provide immersive virtual office space through the Oculus Quest VR headset….

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Owner’s Wife Praises Elon For Making Tesla Safe After Surviving Accident

By Shaheer Anwar Image: Pam Baker Tesla electric cars are famous for their impressive electric range, performance, and autonomous driving ability. We have seen many YouTubers and EV enthusiasts testing different parameters of Tesla’s electric cars, including electric range, battery…

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Dear developers, it’s time to stop making the same sports games over and over

By Tristan Greene There are few things more dependable than annual sports game releases. Even gamers who don’t play sports games know that Madden dominates August and NBA 2K casts a long shadow over September. I point this out because,…

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Sony reveals new Final Fantasy and Harry Potter games at PS5 event

By Rachel Kaser Sony‘s PlayStation 5 event showed everyone what games will be coming to the console when it finally launches on November 12. The event, which ostensibly was about the details on the hardware, managed to sneak in some…

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JAWS architect Glen Gordon is joining Sight Tech Global, a virtual event Dec. 2-3

By Ned Desmond For people who are blind or visually impaired, JAWS is synonymous with freedom to operate Windows PCs with a remarkable degree of control and precision with output in speech and Braille. The keyboard-driven application makes it possible to…

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Apple Watch Series 6 vs. Samsung Galaxy Watch 3

By Simon Chandler The Apple Watch Series 6 has taken its place as the best Apple smartwatch. But is it better than the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3? We find out in this comparison. Source:: Digital Trends       

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