The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro officially went up for pre-order yesterday ahead of their September 20th launch day. Over the last 24 hours, supply of certain iPhone models has started to dwindle, but plenty of options still remain for day one delivery.
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If you’re a Google One subscriber, there’s a new perk to your cloud storage service. Starting today, all Google One memberships include automatic phone backups as long as you own an Android device.
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Water vapor has been found in the atmosphere of a distant planet that’s just over twice the size of Earth. It’s the smallest world yet found with water in its surrounding atmosphere, and it’s possible that it even rains liquid water there.
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Just two months after GameStop announced ambitious plans to breathe new life into its stores, the company has announced that between 180 and 200 stores around the world will be closing their doors for good before the year is out — and more closures are coming.
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Today, coinciding with the announcement of the Apple Watch Series 5, Apple has launched Apple Watch Studio, a way to mix and match Watch casings and Watch straps to order the exact Apple Watch Series 5 that you want.
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Uber announced an additional round of layoffs Tuesday, this time from its product and engineering teams. A total of 435 people were let go, or around 8 percent of the ride-hailing company’s entire workforce.
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Carnival Row creator Travis Beacham never thought he’d ever see his story on-screen. The Amazon Studios fantasy-drama began as a spec screenplay he began writing in college, he told The Verge. “And it was really just for an audience of one.
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Brazilians can get unlimited two-day shipping and access to Amazon’s original programming now that Prime is available in their country. Amazon has launched its Prime service in Brazil in an effort to get a piece of one of Latin America’s biggest economies.
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Tesla missed its goal of unveiling its electric pickup truck this summer, but it does have some idea of when to expect its smaller cargo hauler. Elon Musk told Twitter followers that the electric pickup’s reveal will “most likely” take place in November.
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You don’t want to lose an item tagged with a Tile Bluetooth tracker, but you’ll at least have an easier time finding it in the near future.
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It’s been easy to find official Twitch apps for consoles, mobile devices and a handful of media hubs, but Apple TV owners haven’t had any such luck — you’ve had to turn to third-party apps that don’t quite match the experience you find elsewhere. There’s a native app at last, though.
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Bogus text messages aren’t just being used to send you to malicious websites or crash your phone — in some cases, they can hijack your emails.
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The way the Switch Joy-Con is now, there isn’t room for any flexibility – making it just like most controllers. You can hold it in your hands or slide it into the system itself, but that’s about it.
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Because of several leaks, it’s been a poorly kept secret that Blizzard has been working on Overwatch for Switch. The news was finally made official today during the latest Nintendo Direct. Overwatch will launch for Switch on October 15.
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Chinese drone juggernaut DJI has made substantial adjustments to pricing and availability on its product lineup in response to increased tariffs on Chinese goods imposed by the Trump administration.
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Apple TV+ is marking another first, but this is one Apple isn’t about to celebrate. Hollywood Reporter sources say Apple has canceled Bastards, an adaptation of an Israeli drama that would have starred Richard Gere.
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Google today added a new setting to the iOS version of its Gmail app that will let you more easily block unwanted email tracking. The setting in question, the ability to prevent Gmail from automatically loading attached images, used to be found only on the web version of Gmail.
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Android 10 has officially released – no more Android Q beta – and we’re diving into the biggest features on our Pixel devices. From dark theme and gestures to privacy controls and smart replies, we’ve got it here!It’s now available for the Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, P
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