Apple’s Radical New iPhone Suddenly Takes Shape

Apple has already updated its iPhones twice in 2019. The first was planned, the second launched in outrage. But now the company is zeroing in on Huawei and Samsung’s radical folding smartphones, as its most ambitious iPhone to date is taking shape…

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Coinbase providers were selling client data to outside sources, says Sales Director; explains why XRP

Coinbase, one of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges in the United States, is currently one of the hot topics in the cryptocurrency space.

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The Origin of Amethysts May Leave You Tingly

I must start our foray into this month’s birthstone with a confession: I didn’t think amethyst would be exciting. I find it nice but kind of ho-hum. So I decided to go big and explore the origins of those enormous amethyst geodes suitable for making into bathtubs.

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Tesla Model Y SUV to be revealed on March 14

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has just announced the company will reveal the Model Y at its design studio in Los Angeles on March 14. The Tesla Model Y is a crossover SUV that will share 75 percent of its parts with the Model 3, which is currently Tesla’s cheapest car.

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Disney Shutting Down Marvel Comics?

The comic book industry is presently said to be in a state of collapse, and following the recent news of troubles within DC Comics, now it is being speculated Disney may actually be considering shutting down Marvel Comics.

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The best e-reader you should buy right now

E-readers are a niche sort of technology, the antithesis of the “jack of all trades, master of none” philosophy that governs most tablets, phones, and other gadgets. These are intentionally limited devices, built around one central use: to read books.

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New trailers: Detective Pikachu, Hellboy, Dark Phoenix, and more

I’ve watched a handful of Marvel movies, but mostly they’ve been ones that aren’t all that connected to the goings-on of the universe at large.

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Engadget at 15: A look at how much tech has changed

A lot has changed since Engadget was born, both in the gadgets we use and what we do with them on a regular basis. When the site started in 2004, fitness trackers, voice assistants and electric cars were the stuff of fiction.

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Sony has officially stopped producing the PS Vita

The PlayStation Vita is officially done. Sony signaled that it has ended production on the handheld gaming console’s last two models on the Vita’s product page (via Polygon).

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