What the rumors say about Google’s upcoming Pixel 3
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What the rumors say about Google’s upcoming Pixel 3

Now that the Note 9’s all good and official, it’s time to move onto the next major smartphone. The Google Pixel 3 leaks haven’t quite hit the fever…

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Nvidia’s new Turing architecture is all about real-time ray tracing and AI
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Nvidia’s new Turing architecture is all about real-time ray tracing and AI

In recent days, word about Nvidia’s new Turing architecture started leaking out of the Santa Clara-based company’s headquarters. So it didn’t come as a major surprise that the…

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Pandora Premium comes to Google Assistant-powered devices
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Pandora Premium comes to Google Assistant-powered devices

Pandora Premium is coming to Google Home, Mini, and Max devices, and other smart speakers and screens with Google Assistant built-in, the company announced this morning. The integration…

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This is Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch
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This is Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch

Note 9 rumors have been a bit of a free-for-all in the lead up to today’s big event. Samsung did manage, however, to do a slightly better job…

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Galaxy Home is Samsung’s HomePod competitor
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Galaxy Home is Samsung’s HomePod competitor

It was just a matter of time, right? We knew Samsung had to be working on a Bixby-based Amazon Echo/Google Home competitor. Welp, the Galaxy Home was announced…

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Chromebooks could dual-boot Windows 10 soon
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Chromebooks could dual-boot Windows 10 soon

Chrome OS has come a long way in the past few years. Even so, it’s still not the full-fledged operating system many of us require on our desktop…

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Galaxy Home is Samsung’s HomePod competitor
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Galaxy Home is Samsung’s HomePod competitor

It was just a matter of time, right? We knew Samsung had to be working on a Bixby-based Amazon Echo/Google Home competitor. Welp, the Galaxy Home was announced…

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Samsung courts mainstream users with the Galaxy Watch
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Samsung courts mainstream users with the Galaxy Watch

Name aside, not all that much appears to have changed with the new Galaxy Watch. Samsung’s clearly used the Gear Sport as the jumping off point here. And…

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Samsung courts mainstream users with the Galaxy Watch
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Samsung courts mainstream users with the Galaxy Watch

Name aside, not all that much appears to have changed with the new Galaxy Watch. Samsung’s clearly used the Gear Sport as the jumping off point here. And…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9: an AR Emojireview
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9: an AR Emojireview

Hi, I wrote a 3K word review of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9. But you’re busy and it’s the weekend. I get it. For the sake of…

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The Flaw Detection is my favorite unsung Note 9 feature
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The Flaw Detection is my favorite unsung Note 9 feature

Today’s big Note 9 event was all about internals, but the company also had a few camera tricks up its sleeve. Scene Optimizer should prove familiar to Android…

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Sony’s 10″ Digital Paper Tablet is an ultra-light reading companion that needs to do more
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Sony’s 10″ Digital Paper Tablet is an ultra-light reading companion that needs to do more

Last year I had a good time comparing Sony’s DPT-RP1 with the home-grown reMarkable. They both had their strengths and weaknesses, and one of the Sony’s was that…

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Crypto mining giant Bitmain on target for $10B revenue this year
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Crypto mining giant Bitmain on target for $10B revenue this year

During a gold rush, Silicon Valley’s line is to always invest in picks and shovels instead of mining. Sometimes it pays just to do both. TechCrunch has learned…

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Femtech hardware startup Elvie inks strategic partnership with UK’s NHS
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Femtech hardware startup Elvie inks strategic partnership with UK’s NHS

Elvie, a femtech hardware startup whose first product is a sleek smart pelvic floor exerciser, has inked a strategic partnership with the UK’s National Health Service that will make…

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Galaxy Home is Samsung’s HomePod competitor
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Galaxy Home is Samsung’s HomePod competitor

It was just a matter of time, right? We knew Samsung had to be working on a Bixby-based Amazon Echo/Google Home competitor. Welp, the Galaxy Home was announced…

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A closer look at Galaxy Home, Samsung’s HomePod competitor
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A closer look at Galaxy Home, Samsung’s HomePod competitor

One thing is very clear upon first look at the Galaxy Home. Samsung is once again trying to beat Apple at its own game. The company could have…

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June’s second-gen oven starts at $599
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June’s second-gen oven starts at $599

All of the good press the June Intelligent Oven got when it launched in late 2016 was overshadowed by one key thing: that ridiculously high price tag. The…

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Analysis backs claim drones were used to attack Venezuela’s president
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Analysis backs claim drones were used to attack Venezuela’s president

Analysis of open source information carried out by the investigative website Bellingcat suggests drones that had been repurposed as flying bombs were indeed used in an attack on the president…

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review
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Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review

IDC’s latest tablet numbers tell a familiar story. Shipments are down yet again, a trend that shows no sign of abating. There is, however, one clear bright spot…

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June’s second-gen oven starts at $599
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June’s second-gen oven starts at $599

All of the good press the June Intelligent Oven got when it launched in late 2016 was overshadowed by one key thing: that ridiculously high price tag. The…

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DJI releases a Spark drone with a bear face on it
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DJI releases a Spark drone with a bear face on it

We’re still waiting for a rescheduled time for the July Mavic 2 event, but here’s something while you wait, I guess. It’s the Spark, but with a bear…

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Venezuela claims drones loaded with explosives used in failed attack on president
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Venezuela claims drones loaded with explosives used in failed attack on president

Is the dystopian future of shoestrong budget weaponized drone attacks here already? The BBC and AP are reporting claims by the Venezuela government of an assassination attempt on its…

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The greedy ways Apple got to $1 trillion
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The greedy ways Apple got to $1 trillion

For being the richest company ever with $243 billion in cash, Apple sure cuts corners in the stingiest ways. The hardware giant became the first trillion-dollar company week.…

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Virus shuts down factories of major iPhone component manufacturer TSMC
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Virus shuts down factories of major iPhone component manufacturer TSMC

Apple touts the cybersecurity of its iPhone, but less can be said for the exclusive manufacturer who makes the processor for the iPhone. Semiconductor foundry TSMC, or Taiwan…

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What we know about the Note 9
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What we know about the Note 9

Some companies keep products a closely guarded secret, like they were nuclear codes or ingredients to a popular cola. Others seem less concerned about the whole thing, as…

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This 3D-printed camp stove is extra-efficient and wind-resistant
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This 3D-printed camp stove is extra-efficient and wind-resistant

I love camping, but there’s always an awkward period when you’ve left the tent but haven’t yet created coffee that I hate camping. It’s hard not to watch…

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LittleBits enlists the Avengers for its latest kit
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LittleBits enlists the Avengers for its latest kit

Being a part of the Disney Accelerator is the gift that keeps on giving, apparently. After introducing R2-D2-hacking Droid Inventor Kit last year, LittleBits is back with a…

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Microsoft Surface Go review
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Microsoft Surface Go review

The Surface Go is an odd thing. Not because of the device itself, so much as how Microsoft ultimately arrived at it. The tablet was reverse-engineered, the low-end…

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Formlabs goes unicorn with latest funding round
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Formlabs goes unicorn with latest funding round

With its latest funding round, Formlabs has achieved unicorn status. The Massachusetts-based 3D printing startup just raised another $15 million. The latest round brings its total funding up…

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Amazon starts canceling free Echo Spot orders
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Amazon starts canceling free Echo Spot orders

Update: Amazon has admitted the error here. No free Spots, sorry. The company provided TechCrunch the following note, which is going out to everyone who purchased a device…

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Back-to-college tech for minimalists and the over-prepared
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Back-to-college tech for minimalists and the over-prepared

Editor’s note: This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter’s independently chosen editorial picks, Wirecutter and TechCrunch may earn affiliate commissions. Heading…

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DJI Ronin-S and Zhiyun Crane 2 Comparison Review
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DJI Ronin-S and Zhiyun Crane 2 Comparison Review

There are only so many times I can pan and rack focus on a tripod before it gets boring. Whenever I see footage shot from a gimbal I…

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Nintendo’s profit jumps 88% as it nears 20 million Switch sales
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Nintendo’s profit jumps 88% as it nears 20 million Switch sales

Nintendo released its latest earnings report today and the headline is that the company has now sold nearly 20 million Switch consoles. The actual number is 19.67 million…

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Logitech is buying Blue Microphones
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Logitech is buying Blue Microphones

Logitech today announced its intention to acquire Blue Microphones, the hardware company behind popular podcasting microphones like the Yeti and Snowball. It’s a pretty logical acquisition, as far…

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PSA: Drone flight restrictions are in force in the UK from today
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PSA: Drone flight restrictions are in force in the UK from today

Consumers using drones in the UK have new safety restrictions they must obey starting today, with a change to the law prohibiting drones from being flown above 400ft or…

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Amazon’s Echo Spot is apparently free right now (Update: aaand it’s gone)
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Amazon’s Echo Spot is apparently free right now (Update: aaand it’s gone)

Update: Nothing gold can stay, Ponyboy. It was fun while it lasted, but both Spots are back to their original $129 asking price — and the white version…

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Arlo adds a smart doorbell to its home security offerings
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Arlo adds a smart doorbell to its home security offerings

Netgear home security spin-off Arlo just added another key hardware piece to its growing portfolio of connected devices. The Arlo Audio Doorbell is a kind of Ring/Nest (to…

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Now Alexa can adjust your Echo’s EQ
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Now Alexa can adjust your Echo’s EQ

Alexa is finally getting an equalizer feature, letting users adjust EQ settings with commands like “Alexa, decrease the treble.” It’s a nice feature that I’m honestly a bit…

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Google is making a fast specialized TPU chip for edge devices and a suite of services to support it
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Google is making a fast specialized TPU chip for edge devices and a suite of services to support it

In a pretty substantial move into trying to own the entire AI stack, Google today announced that it will be rolling out a version of its Tensor Processing…

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SmartArm’s AI-powered prosthesis takes the prize at Microsoft’s Imagine Cup
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SmartArm’s AI-powered prosthesis takes the prize at Microsoft’s Imagine Cup

A pair of Canadian students making a simple, inexpensive prosthetic arm have taken home the grand prize at Microsoft’s Imagine Cup, a global startup competition the company holds…

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Samsung’s new flexible display can withstand a lot of drops
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Samsung’s new flexible display can withstand a lot of drops

There are those who will almost certainly take Samsung’s declaration of an “unbreakable” display as a challenge. That’s just human nature. For every one else, there’s something undeniably…

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Nintendo’s new Labo Vehicle Kit looks like a buggy full of fun
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Nintendo’s new Labo Vehicle Kit looks like a buggy full of fun

Nintendo has just announced the latest in its Labo series of whimsical cardboard accessories for the Switch gaming console, and this one looks like a must-have. Called the…

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Samsung teases Note 9’s extended battery life in new video spot
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Samsung teases Note 9’s extended battery life in new video spot

Based on the many, many Galaxy Note 9 leaks we’ve seen in the past few weeks and months, it seems like a pretty safe bet that the upcoming…

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Google’s first smart display is finally available
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Google’s first smart display is finally available

After months of waiting, the first Google smart display is finally available. The company announced a slew of the devices back in January at CES — no doubt…

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Review: Lenovo’s Google Smart Display is pretty and intelligent
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Review: Lenovo’s Google Smart Display is pretty and intelligent

Smart speakers have come a long way over the past few years as Amazon, Google and Apple have delivered pretty noteworthy strides in the IQs of their assistants.…

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Coding gets a real-life magic wand with Kano’s Harry Potter kit
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Coding gets a real-life magic wand with Kano’s Harry Potter kit

Kano has been an undeniable success story. The company, which began life as a Kickstarter project, had shipped north of 200,000 of its Raspberry Pi coding kits by…

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Apple apologizes, issues update for MacBook Pro thermal throttling bug
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Apple apologizes, issues update for MacBook Pro thermal throttling bug

Apple came out swinging when it announced its latest MacBook Pro update earlier this month. In preparation for the launch, the company seeded souped up versions of the…

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Peloton CEO John Foley will join us at Disrupt SF
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Peloton CEO John Foley will join us at Disrupt SF

Half a decade after its founding, Peloton became a unicorn. During its short existence, the company has found tremendous success riding the wave of successful spin classes that…

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EU fines Asus, Denon & Marantz, Philips and Pioneer $130M for online price fixing
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EU fines Asus, Denon & Marantz, Philips and Pioneer $130M for online price fixing

The European Union’s antitrust authorities have issued a series of penalties, fining consumer electronics companies Asus, Denon Marantz, Philips and Pioneer more than €110 million (~$130M) in four separate…

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DARPA dedicates $75 million (to start) into reinventing chip tech
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DARPA dedicates $75 million (to start) into reinventing chip tech

The Defense Department’s research arm, DARPA, is throwing an event around its “Electronics Resurgence Initiative,” an effort to leapfrog existing chip tech by funding powerful but unproven new…

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Motiv’s fitness ring finally supports Android
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Motiv’s fitness ring finally supports Android

The Motiv ring is a surprisingly capable fitness tracker. Look, I said so right here in my review. Up until now, however, it’s had one glaring omission: it…

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Tap to Alexa brings more accessibility features to the Echo Show
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Tap to Alexa brings more accessibility features to the Echo Show

Amazon announced some new features this morning aimed at bringing more accessibility to the Echo line. At the top of the list is Tap to Alexa (not to…

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Samsung is probably keeping the headphone jack around for the Galaxy Note 9
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Samsung is probably keeping the headphone jack around for the Galaxy Note 9

Let’s be real — the latest batch of Samsung ads are more about the company’s perception of Apple than its own devices. But hey, that tact has worked…

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Trump’s China tariffs could drive up the price of the Apple Watch and Fitbit trackers
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Trump’s China tariffs could drive up the price of the Apple Watch and Fitbit trackers

A new $200 billion round of tariffs on Chinese goods could have some broader implications for U.S.-based hardware companies. New government rulings on the Trump-imposed tariffs single out…

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UK government panel issues inconclusive Huawei security report
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UK government panel issues inconclusive Huawei security report

Huawei’s had a rough go of it here in the States, after concerns around ties to the Chinese government have left the company scrambling to gain a commercial…

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That $20 Wyze Cam now works with Alexa
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That $20 Wyze Cam now works with Alexa

The Wyze Cam has long been a strong contender for the best deal in connected home security. I haven’t actually tried the thing out, but Greg was “surprisingly…

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UPS is testing an Amazon Key-style delivery program in New York
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UPS is testing an Amazon Key-style delivery program in New York

UPS has been quietly testing a  program that lets the shipping service deliver packages inside multi-unit homes while occupants are out. The service utilizes smart locks created by…

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Gorilla Glass 6 is here to withstand your clumsy hands
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Gorilla Glass 6 is here to withstand your clumsy hands

A bit of good news for the perpetually clumsy. Corning unveiled the latest version of its ubiquitous smartphone-encasing material today at an event in California. Gorilla Glass 6…

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Apple reportedly confirms keyboard reliability fix in internal document
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Apple reportedly confirms keyboard reliability fix in internal document

An internal Apple document distributed to Apple Authorized Service Providers and obtained by MacGénération and MacRumors confirms that there’s a membrane under the keyboard to “prevent debris from…

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Some MacBook Pro users complain about throttling issues
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Some MacBook Pro users complain about throttling issues

The new MacBook Pro has a thermal issue. YouTuber Dave Lee found out that the top-performing MacBook Pro can’t operate at full speed for a long time because…

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Nest’s CEO is stepping down
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Nest’s CEO is stepping down

Five months ago, Google decided to rein in Nest. After four years as a mostly independent division of the company, Nest was rolled into Google’s hardware team. Today,…

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Amazon’s Show Mode Dock makes the Echo Show mostly unnecessary
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Amazon’s Show Mode Dock makes the Echo Show mostly unnecessary

Google gave us a hardware blitzkrieg at CES. Among other things, the company announced a new smart display category, aimed at taking on the Echo Show through sheer,…

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Samsung rumored to be releasing a folding screen smartphone in early-2019
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Samsung rumored to be releasing a folding screen smartphone in early-2019

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Samsung’s working on phone with a folding screen. And it’s arriving soonish. You’d be entirely forgiven if you rolled your…

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Nuraphones get active noise cancelling via software update
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Nuraphones get active noise cancelling via software update

I like the Nuraphones a lot. In fact, I named the sound-adapting headphones one of my favorite things of 2017. Clearly I’m not alone in that enthusiasm, either…

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Ocean Solutions Accelerator names its first wave of conservation startups
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Ocean Solutions Accelerator names its first wave of conservation startups

Early this year the Sustainable Oceans Alliance announced that it would be starting its own accelerator with a focus on conservation. The nonprofit has just announced the Ocean…

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Kodak-branded KashMiner Bitcoin mining rig for rent wasn’t — and won’t be
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Kodak-branded KashMiner Bitcoin mining rig for rent wasn’t — and won’t be

Write off another piece of crypto craziness: A Kodak-branded Bitcoin-mining rig that was on show at CES in January, where it generated much headshaking and skepticism that it…

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Living with the new 15-inch MacBook Pro
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Living with the new 15-inch MacBook Pro

When reviewing hardware, it’s important to integrate it into your life as much as possible. If you can, swap it in for your existing devices for a few…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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How much quieter are the new MacBook Pro keyboards? Hear for yourself
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How much quieter are the new MacBook Pro keyboards? Hear for yourself

Specs? We’ll talk specs later. Right now we’re focused on something far more important: keyboard noise. It’s been a common complaint among MacBook users since the company shifted…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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Amazon Prime Day’s best tech deals
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Amazon Prime Day’s best tech deals

When you’re as big as Amazon, you get to make up your own holidays. And if you want to make that day 36 hours long, who’s going to…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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Apple partnered with Blackmagic Design on an external GPU for MacBooks
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Apple partnered with Blackmagic Design on an external GPU for MacBooks

Apple announced external GPU support at last year’s WWDC, finally rolling out support for the feature back in March. Since then, a handful of manufacturers have brought Thunderbolt 3…

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The MacBook Pro gets its own official Apple leather sleeve
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The MacBook Pro gets its own official Apple leather sleeve

After years of producing cases for the iPhone and iPad, Apple finally got into the laptop sleeve business late last year. The leather case sported “high-quality European leather…

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The new MacBook Pro keyboards are quieter, but otherwise unchanged
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The new MacBook Pro keyboards are quieter, but otherwise unchanged

Like any other line of work, tech journalists tend to get fixated on details. When Apple showed off its new MacBook Pros at an event this week, the…

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Apple’s MacBook Pro refresh puts the focus back on creative pros
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Apple’s MacBook Pro refresh puts the focus back on creative pros

New MacBook Pros seemed like a no-brainer for WWDC. Like the rest of the company’s hardware line, however, they were a no-show. Sure, Apple used the opportunity to…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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New Microsoft Surface hardware is probably arriving tomorrow
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New Microsoft Surface hardware is probably arriving tomorrow

Microsoft all but announced as much via the official Surface account. The company tweeted out the leading question “Where will Surface go next?” along with an image of…

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Samsung’s ‘Galaxy Watch’ trademark fuels speculation about a Wear OS device
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Samsung’s ‘Galaxy Watch’ trademark fuels speculation about a Wear OS device

Samsung’s got a new smartwatch on the way. That much seems certain. It’s been about a year since the last big announcement, and the company is about to…

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Canon and Nikon are reportedly both planning full-frame mirrorless cameras this year
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Canon and Nikon are reportedly both planning full-frame mirrorless cameras this year

It’s going to be an exciting year for photographers — finally — as both Canon and Nikon are reportedly planning full-frame mirrorless cameras for debut before the end…

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This is Microsoft’s $399 Surface Go
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This is Microsoft’s $399 Surface Go

Microsoft dropped a pretty clear hint about this big news. After all, the latest addition to the Surface line has been over the past couple of months the subject…

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Musk’s mini sub “not practical” for Thai cave boys rescue
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Musk’s mini sub “not practical” for Thai cave boys rescue

Billionaire SpaceX founder Elon Musk tweeted at the weekend to say he was working with cave experts to build a mini submarine out of rocket parts that he thought…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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Samsung’s new India phone factory is ‘world’s largest’
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Samsung’s new India phone factory is ‘world’s largest’

This week Samsung is opening what it’s calling the world’s largest mobile phone factory in the world’s second largest smartphone market. Expansion, which will be fully complete in…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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Netgear’s Arlo security camera spin-off files for IPO
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Netgear’s Arlo security camera spin-off files for IPO

Netgear’s Arlo wing has been a surprise hit for the networking company. The line of cameras are relatively new to the market, but they’ve utterly dominated the connected…

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US court upholds FAA drone regulations
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US court upholds FAA drone regulations

The FAA just scored a legal win in its ongoing back and forth with drone hobbyists. The U.S. Court of Appeals opted to uphold a ruling granting the…

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Is this DJI’s next Mavic drone?
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Is this DJI’s next Mavic drone?

Here’s what we know for sure: DJI’s got a big event coming up. It was originally scheduled for July 18, but was ultimately pushed back so the company…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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Belkin’s new Lightning-enabled power bank comes with Apple certification
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Belkin’s new Lightning-enabled power bank comes with Apple certification

Sure, there are plenty of power banks out there that can charge your iPhone. The ability to charge up via Lightning cable, on the other hand, is a…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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Bag Week 2018: Chrome’s Niko Hold secures compact camera gear in a sleek package
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Bag Week 2018: Chrome’s Niko Hold secures compact camera gear in a sleek package

Most camera bags prioritize function over form, which makes sense for protecting some of your most expensive gear, but it’s still a bummer. If you’re both practical and…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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Chinese company claims its ‘laser AK-47’ can set you on fire from half a mile away
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Chinese company claims its ‘laser AK-47’ can set you on fire from half a mile away

Lasers! Everybody loves them, everybody wants them. But outside a few niche applications they have failed to live up to the destructive potential that Saturday morning cartoons taught…

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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B
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Hellman & Friedman deal values SimpliSafe at $1B

SimpliSafe, the company behind the well-received SimpliSafe home security service, today announced that Hellman Friedman, the massive venture fund and private equity firm, has taken a controlling interest…

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