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  • There's still half a year to go before you start seeing Google Play's new safety section, which will show you an Android app's privacy information, in listings within the store. Google announced the upcoming feature that's similar to the Apple App Store's (...)

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  • Twitter is the latest social media platform to experiment with new shopping features. The company is allowing a handful of brands to place a “Shop Module” at the top of their profiles that links to products their followers can buy.While it’s not (...)

    » Read moreJuly 28, 2021
  • The PlayStation 5 just crossed a significant milestone. Sony has revealed that it has sold 10 million PS5 consoles as of July 18th, eight months after the system's November 12th debut. The company considered that no mean feat between the pandemic and (...)

    » Read moreJuly 28, 2021
  • The days of seeing Tesla stores in fancy malls and retail centers may be over, according to a report from Electrek. Sources tell the site that Tesla will instead focus on finding cheaper spaces, like parking lots and warehouses, that will house a remote (...)

    » Read moreJuly 28, 2021
  • The next time you open Uber Eats, you might see a new delivery option: a way to have flowers dropped off at your door swiftly with just a few taps. Uber has teamed up with flower industry stalwart FTD for its first nationwide florist partnership as part (...)

    » Read moreJuly 28, 2021
  • Lollapalooza is once again an in-person festival after a switch to a streaming-only gig in 2020, but that's not the only big change for fans. Hulu has become the exclusive streaming partner for Lollapalooza 2021, and will stream the Chicago event to (...)

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  • Snapchat is updating its in-app map to help users keep track of places they’ve visited, and where they may want to go next. An update rolling out today adds a new “Places” section to the map, with educated sections for recommendations, locations (...)

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  • Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing! The post Hello world! appeared first on Geek.

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  • A distant future involving robotic package deliveries is now very much a reality. Advances in robotics, GPS tracking, automation, and navigation now mean you might not find a delivery person at your door with your package. You might find a delivery robot (...)

    » Read moreAugust 19, 2020
  • If you’ve ever used the Pomodoro Technique, you’ve probably noticed an increase in productivity and focus. But most people aren’t aware that there’s a lot more you can do with it. The way that it breaks up your day can lead to some powerful benefits. (...)

    » Read moreAugust 19, 2020
  • Our verdict of the Maxoak SP120:Weighing less than 7lbs, the Maxoak SP120 outputs a serious amount of power in a convenient and portable package. You're paying a premium for the portability though, so consider if you actually need to carry it around (...)

    » Read moreAugust 18, 2020
  • Wherever you are in the world there is always a reason to want to bypass region blocking. For example, internet users outside the US might want to access Netflix or Hulu; those in the US might want the UK version of BBC iPlayer. To combat this, VPNs (...)

    » Read moreAugust 18, 2020
  • Chances are that you’re familiar with the word encryption. You’ve probably heard about how important it is, as well as how vital it is for keeping so much of our hyper-networked lives secure. Use WhatsApp? You’re using encryption. Log into online (...)

    » Read moreAugust 18, 2020
  • The number of quality programs on cable TV has declined dramatically in recent years. Which is one of the reasons why cord-cutting has become so popular. However, even if you hate modern TV and you’re an experienced cord cutter, there will still be (...)

    » Read moreAugust 18, 2020
  • Fans inside your Mac provide a necessary airflow to cool critical components. They’re important because overheating can lead to physical damage. By default, the fans automatically start when the system gets hot and stop once it cools down. There’s (...)

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  • Somehow “GT” became a designation for gaming phones, we’ve seen multiple examples in the last couple of months. The Poco F3 GT went official last week, an international Redmi K40 Gaming edition that will become available in India first. It was (...)

    » Read moreJuly 28, 2021
  • Huawei will introduce its P50 series tomorrow, which is said to include a Pro variant as well. The company hasn't divulged much about any smartphones in the P50 lineup yet, but specifications of the P50 Pro 4G (JAD-AL50) surfaced today, leaving little (...)

    » Read moreJuly 28, 2021
  • Mediatek held its regular earnings call with investors, and while going through the numbers for the first half of 2021, it also revealed its plans for the rest of the year. One of the major takeaways is the company’s next flagship 5G SoC will be based (...)

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  • Last week Poco brought its F3 GT and now the brand is introducing another GT model dubbed Poco X3 GT. The new device is the international version of the China-exclusive Redmi Note 10 Pro though with a Poco badge in place of the Redmi branding. The (...)

    » Read moreJuly 28, 2021
  • We already know that August 11 is reserved for Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event and we’re patiently awaiting the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip3. Ahead of the announcement, Samsung released a teaser video which builds some more hype ahead of its next-gen (...)

    » Read moreJuly 28, 2021
  • Earlier this week we brought you an exclusive first look at Realme Flash – the brand’s upcoming phone with magnetic wireless charging. Now Realme has confirmed a Magnetic Innovation Event set for next Tuesday, August 3 where we’ll see the debut (...)

    » Read moreJuly 28, 2021
  • The rumors were true – there is no One UI 3.5, Samsung is jumping straight to version 4.0. It is based on Android 12 and the company is already recruiting beta testers to try it out. Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+ and S21 Ultra owners are invited to (...)

    » Read moreJuly 28, 2021