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Streamer xoCheerGurlox Blends Strength and Education to Cheer Up the Gaming Space

Streamer xoCheerGurlox can be kind, or retaliatory if your a mean person, and it's through this blend of characteristics that she rapidly built a...

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Can We Please Go Back to Car Dashboards That Are Simpler and Easier to Read?

Car manufacturers have discovered they can provide more information in the dashboard display cluster, but what drivers really need is something...

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TikTok's New Comment Dislikes Doesn't Seem Helpful to Creators—Here's Why

TikTok's new Dislike button on comments doesn't seem helpful for content creators, but another way for TikTok to collect data without clear...

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Why Controlling Your Perception of Time Might Be Key to Better VR

In virtual reality, time as we know it in the real world can be skewed. So, design experts are working to control time in VR which they think will...

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Apple's Big iPhone Accessibility Focus Is a Larger Deal Than You Realize

The iPhone 14 playing a sound during startup to help people with visual impairments highlights how Apple stands above the competition when it comes...

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How 3D Printers Help Provide Affordable Prosthetics to Ukrainians Maimed in War

Many people have been maimed in the Russian Ukrainian war, and to help, companies like Unlimited Tomorrow are using 3D printers to print affordable,...

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The Spell Checker in Your Web Browser Could Have Leaked Your Passwords

The extended spell checkers in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge can leak sensitive information, once again highlighting our dependence on online...

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Getting an Early Look at Games Can Be Good, Depending on How It’s Done

The GTA 6 leak has prompted a discussion about seeing games in early development, with some developers opening up about the development process.

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Logitech’s New Cloud Handheld Is Nearly Here and Supports Loads of Games

Logitech's handheld game streaming console, the CLOUD, has a confirmed price and release date and will support NVIDIA GeForce Now, Xbox Cloud Gaming,...

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Framework Says This New Chromebook Can Be Upgraded as Much as You Want

Framework and Google have teamed up to manufacture a fully upgradeable and customizable Chromebook that has tagged parts for easy replacement, and a...

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Logitech's New Light and Microphone Aim to Boost Your Content Quality

Logitech's new Blue Sona microphone and Litra Beam lights boast studio-level quality without charging studio-level prices.

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Amazon Lights a Flame Under the Fire HD 8 With Four New Tablets

Four new Amazon Fire HD 8 tablets are on the way, claiming better performance and battery life compared to their predecessors.

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Leica May Resurrect the M6, Its Best Ever Film Camera

The M6 may have been Leica's best camera, and now it may be coming back. Kinda.

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Smile! Oppo Debuts Smartphone That Specializes in Portrait Photos

Oppo has just unveiled the Reno Pro 5G, a smartphone built from the ground up to take fantastic portrait photos and videos.

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How Dating in Virtual Reality Could Lead to Love in the Real World

Dating in virtual reality can allow you to be more authentic on some levels, experts say. But others warn that it also introduces problems like a...

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New Windows 11 Update Finally Adds Better Touch Gestures and More

Microsoft has released an annual update for Windows 11 that adds a number of nifty features, including updated touch gestures and video editor, and...

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Your iPhone 14 Pro’s High-Quality Photos May Take Longer to Transfer

The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max can take 48-megapixel ProRAW photos with file sizes nearing 100MB, and transferring them to a PC could be...

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EU's Cyber Resilience Act Could Make Smart Devices Safer For All of Us

The EU has proposed legislation that will require manufacturers of internet-connected devices to build in a minimum layer of security, which could...

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AirPods Pro Fans Are Going to Love the New Version 2

The AirPods Pro 2 might look just like the originals, but the reality is everything has changed, from better sound, to better noise canceling, to...

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Self-Driving Cars Could Get Even Smarter With High-Speed 5G Mobile Data

5G wireless technology is used for smartphones, but it can also make self-driving cars smarter by delivering information and entertainment faster...

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Your Digital Wallet Might Soon Work Just Like a Universal Remote

Using separate digital wallets for different tasks can be irksome, which is exactly the problem the OpenWallet Foundation wants to fix.

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Your iPhone 14 Is Now Much Easier to Repair Than Last Year's Model

The iPhone 14’s easy to remove back glass makes it quicker—and potentially cheaper—for repair shops and individuals to fix. About time, Apple.

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This Drum Machine Might Be the Perfect Analog and Digital Mix—Here's Why

The Korg Drumlogue 2 is a drum machine that also has synth features and combines digital and analogue options, which makes it useful for beginner and...

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iOS 16’s Dog Extraction Mode Is Way More Useful Than You Might Think

Whether you call iOS 16's new subject extraction feature the 'dog extraction feature' or not, it can be fun to remove a subject from an image...

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Hardware With Built-In Security Could Be More Secure Than Software, Experts Say

Could a strong hardware-based security product eliminate the threat of malware? The answer is slightly more nuanced, suggest security experts.

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GoPro's HERO11 Could Thrive Even Against Better Phone Cameras—Here's How

The GoPro Hero11 action camera is designed to be used in rugged environments, so despite the improvements in smartphone cameras, it could still have...

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Some iOS 16 Features Don’t Work on Every Compatible iPhone—What to Know

Some features of the new iOS 16 won't work for every version of iPhone out there, and experts say that may be necessary because these new features...

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TikTok Now Pushes You to Share More of Your Personal Moments

TikTok is working on a new feature called TikTok Now, which encourages users to share more spontaneous personal moments with friends.

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